Full Stack Development Training

Take your career as a web developer to the next level with this Full-Stack Web Developer course, where you’ll become an expert at frontend and backend JavaScript technologies of the most popular MEAN (MongoDB, Express, Angular and Node.js) Stack.

40 hours of In-depth sessions / Basic to Advanced level / In-depth hands-on classes

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Introduction To Web And Basic HTML Tags

  • Pieces that make the web work
  • Introduction to front-end
  • Basic structure of an HTML page
  • Attributes, elements and relationships
  • Comments
  • Basic tags – Paragraph, headings, hr, br
  • Basic attributes – ID and class
  • Anchor tags
  • Including CSS
  • Including JS

Structuring Content Using HTML Tags

  • Classification of elements – Block and inline
  • Container tags – Div and span, and when to use them
  • Semantic tags
  • Including media – Images, audio and video
  • Responsive media
  • Lists – Ordered and unordered list
  • Unstyled lists and list-based menus
  • Presenting tabular data
  • Including CSS
  • Styling tables

Working with Forms

  • Introduction to forms
  • What happens when a form is submitted
  • Pieces of a simple form – Form, text input with name attribute, submit button
  • Submitting data to another page (action attribute)
  • Responsive media
  • Changing the HTTP method used for submission (method attribute)
  • Adding a label
  • Default value for inputs
  • Types of buttons
  • Various input types – Password, textarea, checkbox, radio buttons, select dropdown, file input
  • HTML5 input types – Email, URL, number, date
  • HTML5 input and form attributes – Required, placeholder, novalidate

Deeper Understanding of Client-Server Communication

  • Symbols in HTML
  • HTTP Basics
  • Introduction to chrome dev tools – The network tab
  • Understanding parts of a URL
  • Further exploration

Introduction to CSS, CSS Inheritance and Various Selectors

  • Including CSS
  • Choosing the way to include CSS
  • User-agent styles
  • Parts of a CSS rule
  • Selectors – Universal, ID, class, type, attribute
  • Pseudo classes – Link-related classes
  • Structural Pseudo classes – :first-letter, :first-line, :first-child, :last-child, :nth-child
  • Combinators – No spaces, child selector, descendant selector, combining slectors using comma
  • Inheritance – Initial and inherit values

The Cascade, Specificity and Style Resolution

  • Cascade – User-agent vs author styles
  • Reset stylesheet
  • Normalize Stylesheet
  • Cascade of embedded styles, external stylesheets, inline styles
  • Introduction to specificity – how selectors affects styles applied
  • Specificity – ID vs class vs type selector
  • Specificity calculation and style resolution in case of complex selectors
  • Use of !important
  • Units for CSS properties – United and unitless, absolute vs relative
  • Default values for properties (initial values)
  • Computed and resolved styles

Important CSS Properties

  • Box model in depth
  • Various ways of specifying colors
  • Background properties
  • Using background properties with image sprites
  • Typography related properties
  • Handling overflow
  • Hiding elements
  • Floats

Deeper Understanding of Client-Server Communication

  • Introduction to responsive web design (RWD)
  • Fluid layouts
  • Fluid images
  • Media queries
  • Further exploration

Introduction, Variables, Scopes & Data Types

  • History of JavaScript
  • Setting up the environment
  • Running JavaScript in the browser and Node
  • Comments
  • Variables and primitive data types
  • Falsy and truthy values
  • Variable scopes, scope chain
  • Using array
  • The type of operator

Operators, Control Flow & Functions

  • Variable hoisting
  • Operators and expressions
  • Control flow – Branching and looping
  • Function declaration and usage
  • Anonymous function and function expression
  • IIFE
  • Function hoisting
  • Functions call context (this keyword)
  • Handling variable number of arguments
  • Callbacks – passing functions as arguments

Functions (Continued) & Objects

  • Returning functions
  • Closures
  • Object declaration using literal syntax
  • Accessing properties and methods
  • Adding and deleting properties
  • Listing object properties – for..in loop and object.keys()
  • Constructor function and the new keyword
  • Function – functions as objects
  • call(), apply() and bind() as methods of functions

Built-in Objects and Functions

  • Array methods
  • Date methods
  • JSON
  • Number methods
  • String methods

Exception Handling & Browser Objects

  • Strict mode execution
  • Error objects
  • Exception handling
  • Window
  • Navigator
  • Location
  • History

Introduction to ES6

  • Introduction, setting up, running ES6 code, JS transpilers
  • Scope, let & const
  • Template literals, default parameters
  • Destructuring arrays & objects
  • Rest & spread

More ES6

  • Arrow functions
  • Classes & inheritance
  • Modules
  • Promises

Basics of TypeScript

  • Introduction to TypeScript
  • Why TypeScript?
  • Setting up TypeScript
  • JavaScript vs TypeScript
  • Type annotations, variable declarations, basic datatypes, type inference
  • Advanced types, type erasure and error behavior
  • Classes, constructors & methods, inheritance & polymorphism, access modifiers

Deeper Dive into TypeScript

  • Interfaces, properties & methods, interfaces & classes, extending interfaces
  • Namespaces, namespaces using multiple files
  • Modules, import, export, namespaces vs modules
  • Generics, generic functions, generic classes

Introduction to Angular

  • What is Angular?
  • Why Angular?
  • Angular versions
  • Where does Angular fit?
  • Multi page application (MPA)
  • Single page application (SPA)
  • Setting up Angular
  • Create your first Angular app
  • Serve your Angular app
  • Edit your first Angular component

Project Structure, Modules, Bootstrapping

  • Understand project structure
  • Modules
  • Decorators
  • Bootstrapping
  • Add Bootstrap to our app
  • Use Bootstrap in our app

Data Binding and Component Interaction

  • Data binding
  • Component interaction

Directives and Pipes

  • Directives
  • Pipes

Services and Dependency Injection

  • Services
  • Dependency Injection

Forms and Validation

  • Angular forms: Template driven forms & reactive forms

Routing & Navigation, Introduction to RxJS Observables

  • Building SPAs using routing
  • Understanding observables

Communicating with Server, Handling Errors, Implementing Authentication in Angular Applications

  • Server communication using Http Client
  • Error handling
  • Implementing authentication in Angular

Coding Fundamental and Basics of Programming

  • Basics of programming
  • Programming environment
  • Fundamental keywords
  • Basic operators
  • Decision making operators
  • Loop statements
  • Functions in the program
  • File I/O

Introduction of Java with Commands

  • History of Java
  • Operating environment
  • Eclipse configuration
  • Identifiers
  • Classes and objects
  • Declarations
  • ava operators

Concept of OOPs

  • OOPS
  • Abstraction
  • Encapsulation
  • Inheritance
  • Polymorphism

Classes, Interfaces, Enum etc.

  • Classes
  • Interfaces
  • Enum

Control Statements

  • If statement
  • While statement
  • For
  • Do-while
  • Continue
  • Introduction
  • Installation & setup
  • Creating maven project
  • Build lifecycle
  • Dependency management
  • Excluding maven dependencies


  • Architecture
  • Installing Tomcat
  • Running Tomcat
  • Shutdown Tomcat
  • Running two servers

Spring Boot Basics CLI

  • How to create a spring boot application in IDE Spring Tool Suite
  • How to create a spring boot application from Spring Initializr

Spring Boot Restful Services

  • Restful webservices
  • PostMan
  • REST operations
  • Create
  • Read
  • Update
  • Delete

Spring Boot JPA

  • Persistence
  • ORM
  • H2
  • CRUD operations using JPA
  • Spring data overview
  • Repository overview
  • Spring data JPA
  • Crud Repository
  • Paging And Sorting Repository
  • Jpa Repository
  • Query methods
  • Named & native queries
  • Async queries


  • NoSQL
  • Key value pair
  • Column family
  • Graph
  • Document based
  • Jenkins
  • Git
  • Packaging & distributing
  • Deployment on AWS
  • Aptitude
  • Interview prep sessions
  • Mock interviews
  • Resume & LinkedIn profile building
  • Github portfolio

Frequently Asked Question

The Full Stack Developer Certification Program is a comprehensive, 250+ hour deep-dive into full stack development to create complex web applications. This placement-driven program is structured to ensure maximum industrial relevance through:

  • 250 hours of training
  • A big scale end-to-end project throughout the course
  • Capstone project work

The Full Stack Developer Certification Program has been specifically designed to cater to the needs of learners across job roles and industry. The program would be chiefly helpful for career growth for the following audience:

  • Fresh graduates from college – BE (CS/IT), B Tech (CS/IT), MCA
  • Front-end developer or back-end developer who want to learn full-stack development.
  • Professionals in IT service roles like testing, maintenance, system administration or similar roles aspiring to get into web development

The Full Stack Developer Certification Program is an 8-month program conducted on weekends (Saturday and Sunday). Please register to learn more about the batch schedule, start dates and batch timings.

The program content is structured to ensure maximum industrial relevance. The various aspects of the program where we partner closely with industry are:

  • Projects:Work on web development projects created with feedback from top tech companies. Get guidance and feedback from industry experts on quality of your project during the program to improve the quality of your code.
  • Covers the most popular tools:This course covers most important tools as per the job market. You will learn HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Angular, Java, Spring boot, MongodB.
  • Career services & Placement assurance:To help you in your career transition journey, there would be a 1-on-1 mentorship session with a senior full-stack developer and CV & interview prep sessions with a variety of experts to help you make the next big jump in your career.
  • Experiential Learning: The program has been designed in such a way that you get hands-on learning right from the beginning. You will be building a feature-rich application by adding new features in each module. You will get to work on the latest software tools and practices being used in top tech companies.
  • Coding platform: We provide access to cloud lab where you can use different tools to build your application.
  • Career mentorship:An industry mentor will guide you on the right career path by resolving your questions about your career path. Our mentors are industry experts with rich experience in full stack development projects.

In order to be eligible for placement, candidates need to meet the following criteria:

  • At least 80% Class attendance
  • At least 60% Grades in Semester end Assessment (Vivas/Mocks)
  • At least 60% Grades in Final Capstone Project Submission
  • All outstanding fees are paid

Though this course doesn’t expect programming knowledge in Java or JavaScript, the candidates should have basic programming concepts to learn all tool quickly. Each tool in the course will be covered from scratch.

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