Mean Stack Online Training

Join with Vlr training today for Mean Stack Online course

VLR training is the Top and best software Training center located in Jntu Hyderabad.Our classes will be conducted Mostly Through Online With real time experts.We are  Providing Mean Stack Online Training with real time scenarios.

What is Mean Stack Online training

The MEAN Stack Developer course will establish you as an expert web developer in the MEAN stack. The term MEAN stack refers to a collection of JavaScript-based technologies used to develop web applications.MEAN is a combination of Mongo DB, Express, Angular, and Node.js. Mongo DB is a database system, Express is a back-end web framework; Angular is a front-end framework, and Node.js is a back-end runtime environment. The MEAN Stack Developer program is a structured learning path recommended by leading industry experts and ensures your mastery of full MEAN stack development.

mean stack online training

Learn how to create effective MEAN applications at  VLR Training  where the training about advanced integral concepts of MEAN will enable you to install and work in the Mongo Db and Node.js setup, to learn about the fundamentals of Mongo Db schema design, to generate REST APIs with Node.js and Express, and to create applications with Angular

Benefits of Mean Stack Online Training

  • Resourceful and experienced Full Stack experts as MEAN Stack instructors
  • Opportunity to work as front end and back end developer after training completion
  •  Acquiring skills in real time setup to develop complex applications

Pre-requisites To Learn Mean Stack Online Training

  • Basic understanding of JavaScript as all the components of MEAN Stack is based on JavaScript.
  • Familiarity with Angular framework.
  • Basic familiarity with Express JS.
  • Understanding fundamentals of MongoDB.

 

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Mean Stack Online Training Course Content :

 ➨ Angular :

Introduction to Angular  components :

TypeScript :

  • Understanding the case for TypeScript
  • Types in TypeScript
  • Functions, lambdas, and execution flow
  • Classes, interfaces, and class inheritance
  • Decorators in TypeScript
  • Organizing our applications with modules

Implementing Properties and Events in Our Components :

  • A better template syntax
  • Configuring our template from our component class

Enhancing Our Components with Pipes and Directives

  • Directives in Angular
  • Manipulating template bindings with Pipes
Building our own custom pipes
  • Building our own custom directives
  • A word about naming conventions for custom directives and pipe

Asynchronous Data Services with Angular :

  • Strategies for handling asynchronous information
  • Reactive functional programming in Angular
  • HTTP API
  • Serving Observable data through HTTP

Routing in Angular :

  • Adding support for the Angular router
  • Setting up the router service
  • Handling route parameters
  • Defining child routers
  • The Router lifecycle hooks

 Forms Handling in Angular :

  • Two-way data binding in Angular
  • Tracking control interaction and validating input
  • Controls, Control Groups, and the Form Builder class
  • A real example – our login component

Running the extra mile on access management

Building an Application with Angular Components :

  • Introducing the component tree
  • Common conventions for scalable applications
  • How dependency injection works in Angular
  • Refactoring our application the Angular way

 ➨ MongoDB :

Introduction to MongoDB   

Introduction to NoSQL   

Introducing MongoDB   

Key features of MongoDB :

  • The BSON format
  • MongoDB ad-hoc queries
  • MongoDB indexing
  • MongoDB replica set
  • MongoDB sharding

MongoDB shell   

MongoDB databases   

MongoDB collections   

MongoDB CRUD operations :

Creating a new document    

  • Creating a document using insert()
  • Creating a document using update()
  • Creating a document using save()

Reading documents :

  • Finding all the collection documents
  • Using an equality statement
  • Using query operators
  • Building AND/OR queries

Updating existing documents   :

  • Updating documents using update()
  • Updating documents using save()

Deleting documents :

Deleting all documents

Introduction to Mongoose :

  • Installing Mongoose
  • Connecting to MongoDB

Understanding Mongoose schemas :

  • Creating the user schema and model
  • Registering the User model
  • Creating new users using save()
  • Finding multiple user documents using find()
  • Advanced querying using find()
  • Reading a single user document using findOne()
  • Updating an existing user document
  • Deleting an existing user document

Extending your Mongoose schema :

  • Defining default values
  • Using schema modifiers
  • Predefined modifiers
  • Custom setter modifiers
  • Custom getter modifiers
  • Adding virtual attributes
  • Optimizing queries using indexes

Defining custom model methods :

  • Defining custom static methods
  • Defining custom instance methods

Model validation :

  • Predefined validators
  • Custom validators

Using Mongoose middleware    :

  • Using pre middleware
  • Using post middleware

 ➨ Node JS & Express JS :

 ➣ NodeJS

  • Three-tier web application development
  • Installing Node.js

Using NPM 

  • The installation process of NPM
  • Managing dependencies using the package.json file

Node modules           

Common JS modules :

  • Strings Handling,
  • Arrays Manipulation,
  • Regular Expressions,
  • Console

Node.js core modules :

  • File Handling,
  • Command line interfacing with read line,
  • os, path, process,
  • buffer, stream, URL, query strings,
  • Working with Http request and response,
  • Networking communication with Net module

Node.js third-party modules :

  • Express, Browserify, Request, Socket.IO, passport, MongoDB driver, Mongoose
  • Node.js event-driven programming

 ➣ Express JS :

  • Introduction to Express
  • Installing Express
  • Creating your first Express application

The application, request, and response objects:

  •  The application object
  • The request object
  • The response object

External middleware

Implementing the MVC pattern 

  • Application folder structure
  • Horizontal folder structure
  • Vertical folder structure
  • File-naming conventions
  • Implementing the horizontal folder structure

Configuring an Express application :

Environment configuration files

Rendering views :

  • Configuring the view system
  • Rendering EJS views
Serving static files
Configuring sessions
Updated: March 27, 2018 — 1:27 pm

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