Full Stack Web Development Course

Full Stack Web Development Course




HIEE provides the best Full Stack Web development Course Training for the passionate graduates. After completion of successful Training program the candidate will get the placement along with certification

HIEE Training Process :

On Line

90 days Duration

Daily 2 to 3 hours

Industry Oriented Curriculum

Real Time Projects

Placements

Our Job Oriented Courses for graduates gives you an in-depth knowledge on every single concept and are good enough to start their career as a Full stack developer


Course Syllabus


Fundamentals of programming

Module 1 Object-oriented Programming

Classes and Objects

Inheritance and Polymorphism

Arrays and Linked Lists


Module 2 Algorithms

Introduction to Algorithm Analysis + Recursion

Dynamic Programming


Module 3 : Data Structures

Stacks and Queues

Hash Tables

Trees and BST's

Heaps

Graphs and Graph Algorithms


Module 4 : Software design and Development

Use Cases and Scenarios with Software Requirements

Software Architecture

HTML and CSS

Javascript

Backend Integration

Web Development

Module 1 : Deploying the first website Topics

Writing HTML code using Header Tags, Paragraphs, Ordered and Unordered lists, Forms , Links, Tables, Iframes, Images, Text Formatting, Image Maps


Module 2 : Creating web pages with HTML5 Topics

Encoding URL

multiple attribute Topics

HTML5 Local Storage

HTML5 web workers and server sent events

Introduction to XHTML, Using HTML5 introduced features

HTML5 form validate/no validate, HTML5 canvas, embedding audio and video in a webpage, drag and drop


Module 3 : Styling web pages using CSS Topics

Styling of HTML elements-text, links, lists and tables

Creating Navigation Bars

Writing Media Rules, hide visibility of an element

Different ways to write csse.g. external, internal, inline

CSS Image Sprites and Gradients

CSS Pseudo Classes and Pseudo Elements


Module 4 : CSS3 effects and animations Topics

Css3 text effects using different text fonts

Applying animations, transitions to HTML elements

Creating 2D and 3D transformations

CSS3 resize UI and multiple columns feature


Module 5 : Handling events with JavaScript Topics

Java Script datatypes, variables, arrays

Defining and calling java script functions on events

Creating loops and writing if-else decision making statements

Manipulating DOM elements


Module 6 : Twitter Bootstrap 3

Using Font Awesome Icons

Bootstrap features like fixed drop down menu, carousel, text and image grids, custom thumbnails, bootstrap modal

Project : Building a real world website using Twitter Bootstrap 3 features e.g. bootstrap fixed drop down menu,carousel, bootstrap modal, font awesome icons, custom thumbnails, text and image grids, Accordions, signing/signup form and jumbotron


Module 7 : Bootstrap Scroll Spy, jQuery and jQuery UI

Bootstrap Scroll Spy, Including jQuery in HTML pages

Creating a Countdown timer using jQuery timer API

Using jQuery UI components e.g. Date picker into your HTML pages


Module 8 : Ajax, Google APIs, Social Plugins

JAX XML Http Request object, making an AJAX call and retrieving the response

Working with Google APIs Adding social plugins on your web page provided by LinkedIn, Facebook, Quora and Twitter

Project - Building Website Tourt

Project Work : Build a web application with Bootstrap which includes following features: 1. Google Charts API to show Pie Charts (i.e. popularity of speaking languages) 2. Google Maps API to include Maps on web pages . 3. Bootstrap Carousel.

JQuery UI Devlopment

Module 1 : Introducing jQuery

Intro to jQuery & History

Basic DOM HTML Document/Page Types

The jQuery Object($) CSS Selectors.

IDE's for jQuery

Selectors

jQuery CDN & Installation

jQuery Functions

DOM Traversing

Querying dom

Traversing the DOM. jQuery Selectors

jQuery Basic Functions


Module 2 : DOM Manipulation & jQuery Effects

Adding and Removing DOM elements

DOM elements

jQuery Filters

Hide/Show

Fading methods

Animate Function

Iterating with each()

Modifying properties and attributes

jQuery Effects

Chaining


Module 3 : jQuery Forms & Events

jQuery Form Selectors

Form Submission, Events

jQuery on() & off()

Form Validation

Event Handling

Custom Events and Triggers


Module 4 : jQuery AJAX & Utilities

AJAX using jQuery

PHP and $.each and Templating

Deferreds

Interacting with Server-Side

Twitter/Github API


Module 5 : jQuery Plugins

jQuery 3rd party plugins

Plugin Development

Plugin Implementation


Module 6 : jQuery UIt

Accordion Widget

Tooltip Widget

Widget

jQuery Mobile

Tabs Widget

Menu Widget

Datepicker Widget


Module 7 : jQuery Mobile Introduction

jQuery Mobile CSS Framework

Mobile Widgets

jQuery Mobile Events


Project 1 : Developing Admin for Content Management System

Type : CMS (Web Application)

Data : developing a real time UI Web pages and UI Components for a Content Management System.


Project 2 : jQuery Mobile App Type : Corp Event

Data : developing a Event Mobile App using jQuery Mobile

Angular

Module 1 : Introduction to JavaScript MVC Framework & Angular

JavaScript MVC, SPA Intro NodeJS Intro

(NPM)

Typescript Introduction (When to use types / When not)

Angular Hello World Demo

Companion Objects


Module 2 : Components and DOM Interactions

Components and Metadata

Multiple Components and Metadatata

Data Passing in Components

DOM Manipulation (View, Content Access)


Module 3 : Components and Dependency Injection Topics

Component creation strategies

Introduction to Dependency Injection

Topics Angular lifecycle hookst

Sharing data between components


Module 4 : Routes, Inbuilt Directives and Pipes Topics

Angular Modules

Inbuilt Directive

Routes (Simple and Nested)

Inbuilt Pipes


Module 5 : Custom Directives and Pipes Topics

Custom Directives

Inbuilt features - HTTP Request

Custom Pipe


Module 6 : Third-party Library Integration, Other APIs

Integrating JQuery / Socket.io

Introduction to Third party library integration

Introduction to i18n and l10n

Introduction to SystemJS/CommonJS

Touch Angular 1.x to 2.x (or Higher usage) - Do’s and Don’ts

Other APIs


Module 7 : Unit Testing and Angular-CLI

Unit Testing, related Tools, and TDD

Introduction to Angular CLI Topics

Unit Test Environment and set up using Angular CLI

Introduction to Jasmine Framework

Other Tools


Project 1 : Grocery list Management


Project 2 : Shopping Cart Application


Node.js

Module 1 : Getting started with Node.js and ExpressJS

What is NodeJS?

Node Package Manager (NPM)

Pushing code to GitHub

Building first node app

Installing NodeJS

ExpressJS Framework

Deploying application to Heroku

Using Nodemon


Module 2 : Building application with EJS Template

JavaScript Templating Engines

Twitter Bootstrap

How to modularize code by separating routes

Creating project using EJS template How to use EJS partials

Deploy code to Heroku


Module 3 : Building Application using Jade and Handlebars template

Jade Templating Engine

Using Handlebars to create a web app

Deploying Jade application to Heroku

Deploying Handlebars application to Heroku

Getting started with Jade

Handlebars Templating Engine

Handlebars templates and partials

Using Handlebars To create a web app


Module 4 : Build Web Applications using ExpressJS & MongoDB

Introduction to MongoDB

Understanding Mongoose Schema and Model

Using chalk to differentiate log messages

Performing Authentication using MongoDB

Getting started with Mongoose

Using body-parser and express session modules

Hashing passwords with bcrypt

Implementing SignUp, Login,Logout features


Module 5 : Build Web Applications using ExpressJS & MongoDB - Part 2

Summernote editor

Generating a slug for each story

Using MongoLabs hosted MongoDB as our database

Buying Domain and setting custom domain for Heroku application

Saving user stories

Handling 404 and 500 errors

Deploying the application to Heroku Implementing SignUp, Login, Logout features.


Module 6 : Building Realtime Chat Application using Socket.IO

Introduction to WebSocket and Socket IO

Handling events at server and client side

Handling private and public messages

Topics Getting started with Socket IO

Handling 404 and 500 errors

Designing the chat UI

Deploying the chat application to Heroku


Module 7 : Build Systems - Grunt and Gulp, Testing with Mocha and Chai

What is a Build System?

Getting started with Grunt

Writing gulp tasks for CSS, JS minification and watch

Creating grunt tasks for CSS, JS minification and watch

Topics Why we need a build system?

Handling 404 and 500 errors

Getting started with Gulp


Module 8 : Getting started with Hapi and Meteor

Getting started with Hapi

Using Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) to host MySQL

How to choose a web framework from Express, Hapi and Meteor

Writing a basic app with Hapit

Getting started with Meteor


Project 1 socket IO real time chat application using Socket IO. This application have the following features

To join chat room requires short name

Inf name is already taken display error message

Once a user joins a chatroom, user can broadcast messages to all the users that are Message to single user

Rather than broadcasting message to all the users, a user can also send a private Message to single user

If you try to send a private message to a user that is not currently online you will get an Error massage

Once a user joins the chatroom, the user can see all the users that are currently online

All the messages that a user sends are displayed on the chat window, note that private Messages should be displayed in a different way than broadcast messages.

Note that we do not store chat messages into database so if a user reloads the Application previous message may not be shown.

Chat messages are stored in sockets.


MongoDB

Module 1 : Design Goals, Architecture and Installation

Understanding Base Concepts of Database

Types of NoSQL Database, and NoSQ vs. SQL Comparison, ACID & Base Property

Overview of MongoDB, Design Goals for MongoDB Server and Database, MongoDB Tools

How to modularize code by separating routes

Installation/Running MongoDB on various platforms Windows, Linux, MAC OS etc

Project: Problem Statement

Database Categories, What is NoSQL? Benefits over RDBMS.

CAP Theorem, and Implementing NoSQL, What is MongoDB?

Depth Understanding of Database, Collection, Documents and Key /Values etc

Introduction to JSON and BSON Documents

Environment Setup (Live Hands on), Usage of various MongoDB Tools available with MongoDB Package.


Module 2 : CRUD Operations

CRUD Introduction Topics

MongoDB Development Architecture

MongoDB CRUD Introduction

Concern Levels, Journalling etc

Distributed Read & Write Queries

MongoDB Datatypes

MongoDB Production Architecture

MongoDB CRUD Concerns

Cursor Query Optimizations, Query Behaviours in MongoDB

MongoDB CRUD Syntax & Queries (Live Hands on)


Module 3 : Schema Design and Data Modelling

Data Modelling Concepts

Type of Data Modelling

Data Model Examples and patterns

Model Tree Structures

Model Relationships between Documents

Use Case of Data modelling

Type of Data Modelling

Analogy between RDBMS & MongoDB Data Model, MongoDB Data Model (Embedding & Linking)

Challenges for Data Modelling in MongoDB


Module 4 : Scalability and Availability

Introduction to Replication

What is Replica Set and Master Slave Replication?

Introduction to Shardin

Concepts around Sharding, What is shards, Key

How to setup a Sharding

Concepts around Replication

Type of Replication in MongoDB

How to setup a replicated cluster Managing Replica Sets etc

Type of Sharding (Hash Based, Range Based etc.), and Managing Shards.


Module 5 : Indexing and Aggregation Framework

Index Introduction

Index Types Topics

Index Creation

Aggregation to Introduction

Type of Aggregation (Pipeline, MapReduce & Single Purpose)

Index Concepts

Index Properties

Index Tutorial

Indexing Reference

Approach to Aggregation

Performance Tuning


Module 6 : Application Engineering and MongoDB Tools

MongoDB Package Components

MongoDB Limits and Thresholds

MMS(MongoDb Monitoring Service)

HTTP and Rest Interface

Integration of MongoDB with Hadoop and Data Migration MongoDB with Hadoop (MongoDB to Hive)

Configuring file options

Connection String URI Format/ Integration of any compatible tool with MongoDB API and Drivers for MongoDB


Module 7 : Project, Additional Concepts and Case Studies

Security Introduction

Security Tutorial

Integration of MongoDB with Pentaho

Integration of MongoDB with Java

Integration of MongoDB with GUI Tool Robomong

Security Concepts

Integration of MongoDB with Jaspersof

Integration of MongoDB with Hadoop/Hive

Project on MongoDB and Java


Projects:

Design a HR schema and Perform All CRUD Operation

Setup a MongoDB on Windows/Linux and Perform Import and Export Activities

Monitor and Tune MongoDB Database Performance with Monitoring Tools

Take Backup and Restore




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