MEAN STACK

MEAN STACK : Create scalable applications that are optimized for cloud deployment. Streamline development by using a single language across the entire application Simplify deployment with a built-in web server Manage large amounts of data with the flexibility of MongoDB

When building an application from scratch, employing a consistent, standardized software stack is vital. 

Duration:60 days

Key Highlights

 100+ hours of learning

 Real-time industry professionals curate the course.

Internships and live projects

Dedicated staff of placement experts

Placement is guaranteed 100 percent Assistance

28+ Skills That Are Useful in the Workplace

Trainers with a minimum of 12 years of experience

Videos and back-up classes

Subject Matter Experts Deliver Guest Lectures

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Description for the Mean Stack

Why Mean Stack is so popular?

A relatively new stack, MEAN stands for MongoDBExpress.jsAngularJS, and Node.js. MEAN is an end-to-end JavaScript stack largely used for cloud-ready applications. Understanding why you might use it, identifying examples of when to employ it, and diving deeper into the individual components can help you maximize the value of MEAN for software development.

If you want to see how easy it is to develop and deploy an application to the cloud using a MEAN stack, IBM offers a simple tutorial for creating a modern application in a MEAN stack.

MEAN is an open source web stack that is mainly used to create cloud-hosted applications. MEAN stack applications are flexible, scalable, and extensible, making them the perfect candidate for cloud hosting. The stack includes its own web server so it can be deployed easily, and the database can be scaled on demand to accommodate temporary usage spikes. A MEAN application enters the world optimized to take advantage of all the cost savings and performance improvements of the cloud.

Curriculum for the Mean Stack

  • Introduction to web technologies
  • Introduction to web applications
  • What is FULL, MEAN, MERN Stack
  • Editors
  •  Introduction
  • Layers in web application
  • Tags, attributes
  • Programming
  • Audio, Video, Graphics
  • Introduction
  • Selectors and types of selectors
  • Font, text, border, images
  • Properties
  • Class rules
  • Layouts with CSS
  •   Absolute, relative, fixed Positioning
  • Float, clear
  • Introduction
  • Programming languages
  • Uses of JavaScript
  • Keywords, operators
  • Browser objects, JavaScript      objects
  • Dialogs
  • Events
  • Basic programming
  • Functions
  • Let, const keywords
  • Nested functions, Closures
  • Anonymous functions
  • Function expressions
  • Hoisting in JavaScript
  • animations
  • Validations
  • AJAX
  • Introduction
  • Types of DOM
  • Uses
  • Properties and methods
  • programming
  • Introduction
  • Responsive design
  • Classes
  • Containers
  • Colors, jumbotran, navbar
  • Forms, buttons, cards, modals
  • Carousel, images 
  •   XML
  • JSON
  • JSON Data structures
  • Difference between XML and JSON
  • Introduction
  • Installing Typescript
  • Keywords, types, operators
  • Programming
  • Functions and types
  • Interfaces
  • classes
  • Introduction
  • Single page applications
  • Typescript
  • Installation and angular CLI
  • Components
  • Directives
  • Angular Forms
  • Form validations
  • Data binding
  • Routing and navigation
  • Using jQuery and bootstrap
  • Dependency Injection
  • Security
  • Services
  • AJAX
  • Introduction
  • MVC pattern
  • Implementing cookies and session
  • Creating actions
  • Defining routes
  • http authentication
  • using RESTful services
  • Introduction
  • Installation
  • NPM
  • CLI and REPL
  • Modules
  • Asynchronous programming and callbacks
  • Streams and Buffers
  • Web server and creating web server
  • Networking
  • Sending Email
  • Database connectivity
  • Using Mongo, MySQL
  • Debugging NodeJS applications
  • Introduction to databases
  • No SQL databases
  • Installation of MongoDB
  • Working with MongoDB
  • MongoDB document
  • Data modelling
  • MongoDB with JavaScript
  • Indexes
  • Administering databases

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