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Full Stack Web Development

  • Full Stack Web Development

What is Full Stack Web Development

  • Full Stack Web Development: Full stack development refers to the practice of developing both the front end (client-side) and back end (server-side) portions of a web application. Full-stack developers are proficient in a wide range of skills, encompassing everything from database management to UI/UX design.
  • Duration: One Year (Part-Time)- Three Months (Full Time)
  • Eligibility: Any Degree or Undergoing any Degree Program

Potential Advantages of Full Stack Development Course

Comprehensive Curriculum
  • In-Depth Coverage: Our course covers both front-end and back-end technologies, ensuring you gain a complete understanding of full-stack Development.
  • Current Technologies: Stay up-to-date with the latest tools, frameworks, and best practices in the industry.
Experienced Instructors
  • Industry Experts: Learn from instructors who are experienced professionals and experts in their fields.
  • Practical Insights: Benefit from real-world insights and practical knowledge that can be directly applied to your projects.
Hands-On Learning
  • Project-Based Approach: Engage in hands-on projects that simulate real-world scenarios, ensuring you gain practical experience.
  • Interactive Labs: Participate in interactive lab sessions to reinforce your learning through practical application.
Supportive Learning Environment
  • Mentorship and Guidance: Receive personalized support from mentors who guide you through the learning process.
  • Collaborative Community: Join a community of learners and professionals, providing opportunities for networking and collaboration.
Career Advancement
  • Job Placement Assistance: Benefit from our career services, including resume building, interview preparation, and job placement assistance.
  • Industry Connections:Leverage our connections with industry partners to explore job opportunities and internships.
  • Certification: Earn a certificate upon course completion that validates your skills and enhances your resume.
  • Portfolio Development: Build a strong portfolio of projects to showcase your expertise to potential employers.

Module 1: Introduction to Web Development:

Session1: Understanding the Web Development and Static Web Pages
  • Overview of Web Development
  • Introduction to building static web pages
Session2: Understanding the Web and Development Tools
  • How WWW Works
  • Tools and Technologies for Web Development
Session3: Setting Up and Deploying Web Projects
  • Installation Procedure
  • Real-time Deployment and Hosting
  • Versatility: Skills applicable to a wide range of applications and platforms
  • Global Reach: Allows reaching a broad audience worldwide.

Module 2: Introduction to HTML:

Session4: Introduction to HTML5 and Document Structure
  • What is HTML5?
  • Uses of HTML Tags
  • Types of HTML Tags
  • HTML document structure
Session5: Basic Text Elements and Formatting in HTML
  • HTML Heading Elements
  • HTML Paragraph Elements
  • Self-Closing Tags
  • Text Formatting Tags
Session6: Metadata, Semantic Elements, and Text Markup in HTML
  • HTML Metadata
  • Semantic Elements
  • Text Markup and Quotations

Module 3: Intermediate HTML:

Session7: Structuring Content with HTML Elements
  • List Element
  • Tables
  • Anchor Elements
  • Image Elements
Session8: Advanced HTML Elements and Forms
  • Closing tags
  • HTML Multimedia
  • Forms and input elements
Session9: Specialized HTML Elements and Semantic Markup
  • Inline Frame
  • Progress and Meter
  • Navigation and Sections
  • Marking and Highlighting
  • Universal Standard: Ensures compatibility across browsers and devices
  • Structured Content: Provides a standardized way to organize and present information
  • Version: HTML5

Module 4: Introduction to CSS:

Session10: CSS and CSS Selector
  • Why do we need CSS?
  • What is CSS Or Style Sheets
  • How to add CSS?
  • CSS Selector
Session11: CSS Styles
  • CSS Colors
  • Font Properties
  • Inspecting CSS
  • Combining CSS Selectors
Session12: CSS Box Model and Positioning
  • CSS Box Model - Margin Padding and Border
  • The Cascade - Specificity and Inheritance
  • CSS Positioning

Module 5: Advanced CSS:

Session13: Display, Float, Media Queries
  • CSS Display
  • CSS Float
  • Media Queries
Session14: Flexbox
  • Display: Flex
  • Flex Layout
  • Flex Sizing
  • Responsive Design: Enhanced visual presentation and user experience
  • Consistent Styling: Promotes a professional appearance
  • Version: CSS3
Session15: Bootstrap
  • What is Bootstrap?
  • Bootstrap Layout
  • Bootstrap Components
  • Rapid Development of responsive and visually appealing user interfaces
  • Consistent and stylish UI components for efficient development
  • Version: Bootstrap 5

Module 6: JavaScript ES6

Session16: Basics of JavaScript
  • Introduction to JavaScript
  • JavaScript alerts - Adding Behavior to Websites
  • Data Types
  • JavaScript Variables
  • Naming and Naming Conventions for JavaScript Variables
  • String Concatenation
  • String Length and Retrieving the Number of Characters
  • Slicing and Extracting Parts of a String
Session17: Operators and Function
  • Basic Arithmetic and the Modulo Operator in JavaScript
  • Increment and Decrement Expressions in JavaScript
  • Creating and Calling Functions
  • Parameters and Arguments for Functions
  • Output and Return Values using Functions

Module 7: Intermediate JavaScript:

Session18: JavaScript Syntax
  • Random Number Generation in JavaScript
  • Control Statements Using if-ELSE Conditionals & Logic
  • Comparators and Equality
  • Combining Comparators
Session19: JavaScript Arrays and Loops
  • Collection: Working with JavaScript Arrays
  • Adding Elements and Intermediate Array Techniques
  • Control Statements: While Loops
  • Control Statements: For Loops
  • Client-Side Interactivity: Adding interactivity and dynamic behavior to web pages
  • Version: ES6

Module 8: JavaScript, DOM Manipulation, and jQuery:

Session20: DOM, Operating HTML with JavaScript
  • Adding JavaScript to Websites
  • Introduction to the Document Object Model (DOM)
  • Selecting HTML Elements with JavaScript
  • Manipulating and Changing Styles of HTML Elements with JavaScript
Session21: Advanced JavaScript and DOM Manipulation:
  • Adding Event Listener to a button
  • Higher Order Functions and passing Functions as Arguments
  • Switch Statements in JavaScript
  • Object their Methods and the Dot Notation
  • Understanding Callback and How to Respond to Events
  • Adding Animation to Websites
  • Dynamic Content: Enables dynamic manipulation of web page content.
Session22: jQuery
  • What is jQuery?
  • How to Incorporate jQuery into Websites
  • Selecting Elements with jQuery
  • Manipulating Styles with jQuery
  • Manipulating Text with jQuery
  • Adding Event Listener with jQuery
  • Adding and Removing Elements with jQuery
  • Adding and Removing Text with jQuery
  • Simplified Syntax: Reduces complex JavaScript tasks into concise code.
  • Cross-Browser Compatibility: Ensures consistent behavior across browsers.
  • Version: jQuery 3.7.1

Module 9: Front-end Development Frameworks

Session23: Introduction to popular Front-end Frameworks (e.g., React, Angular)
  • Building dynamic user interfaces
1. Angular:
  • Purpose: Comprehensive front-end framework for SPAs.
  • Usage: Two-way data binding modular architecture
2. React:
  • Purpose: JavaScript library for building UI components.
  • Usage: Virtual DOM, component-based architecture
Session24: Angular
  • Overview of Angular framework and its evolution
  • Understanding the Angular architecture and its advantages
1. Components and Directives:
  • Creating components to organize and encapsulate UI elements
  • Exploring built-in directives like 'ngIF' and 'ngFor'
2. Templates and Data Binding:
  • Using templates to define the view
  • Implementing two-way data binding for interactive UI
Session25: Advanced Angular Concepts and Application Development
  • Understanding the concept of dependency injection in Angular
  • Injecting services into components for shared functionality
4. Services and HTTP Client:
  • Creating and consuming services for business logic
  • Utilizing Angular’s HTTP clients to make API requests
5. Routing and Navigation:
  • Implementing client-side navigation with Angular Router (Eager Loading, Lazy Loading)
  • Configuring routes and parameters
Session26: Form Validation, Authentication and Authorization
  • Building reactive forms for user input
  • Implementing form validation and handling form submissions
8. Observables and RxJS:
  • Understanding the role of observables in Angular
  • Using RxJS for handling asynchronous operations
9. Angular Material:
  • Integrating Angular Material for pre-designed UI components
  • Utilizing Material modules like buttons, cards, and forms
10. Authentication and Authorization:
  • Implementing authentication using service and guards
  • Handling authorization for protected routes
  • Two Way Data Binding: Synchronizes model and view automatically.
  • Dependency Injection: Facilitates efficient code organization and testing.
  • Built-in Routing: Angular has a powerful and flexible routing system for handling client-side navigation in single-page applications.
  • Full-Fledged Framework: Angular is a full-fledged MVC (model view controller) framework that comes with a comprehensive set of tools and features out of the box.
  • Consistent Code Structure: Angular provides a strong opinion on how to structure code, leading to a consistent and organized project architecture.
  • Version: Angular 16
Session27: React.js
1. Introduction to React:
  • Overview of React and its declarative approach to building user interfaces
  • Understanding the component-based architecture
2. Components and props:
  • Creating functional and class components
  • Passing data between components using props
3. State and Lifecycle:
  • Managing component state for dynamic behavior
  • Understanding component lifecycle methods
Session28: Handling Events, Conditional Rendering, Lists and keys, Forms and Controlled Components
4. Handling Events:
  • Responding to user interactions with event handlers
  • Updating component state based on events
5. Conditional Rendering:
  • Rendering components conditionally based on state or props
  • Utilizing the conditional operator and the 'map' function
6. Lists and keys:
  • Rendering a list of data with dynamic content
  • Using the key to optimize list rendering
7. Forms and Controlled Components:
  • Handling form input and managing form state
  • Implementing controlled components
Session29: Advanced React Techniques
8. React Router:
  • Implementing client-side navigation with React router
  • Configuring routes and route parameters
9. State Management with Context:
  • Managing state in larger applications using React Context
  • Reducing prop-drilling by providing global state
10. Axios and Data Fetching:
  • Making asynchronous requests with Axios
  • Fetching and displaying data from APIs
11. Forms and Form Libraries:
  • Exploring form libraries like Formik or React Hook Form
  • Enhancing form development and validation
12. Redux for State Management:
  • Introduction to Redux for managing application state
  • Implementing actions, reducers, and connecting components
13. React Material-UI:
  • Integrating Material-UI for pre-designed React components
  • Utilizing Material-UI components for a consistent UI
  • Virtual DOM: Enhances rendering efficiency for better performance
  • Component-Based Architecture: Promotes reusable and maintainable code
  • React Native: React can be used with React Native to build cross-platform mobile applications, allowing for code reuse between web and mobile projects
  • Larger and Active Community: React has a vast and active community, resulting in a rich ecosystem of libraries, tools, and resources. It is easier to find solutions to common problems.
  • Version: React 18

Module 10: Back-end Development

Session29: Server-Side Programming (Node.js, Python or PHP)
  • Introduction to Server-Side Programming (Node.js, Python or PHP)
  • Building RESTful APIs
  • Database fundamentals (e.g., MySQL, MongoDB)
  • Server-side Logic: Enabling server-side functionality and data management
Session30: SQL Commands and their Syntax
  • SQL Commands: Create table and insert data
  • SQL Commands: READ, SELECT and WHERE
  • UPDATING Single Values and Adding Columns in SQL
  • SQL Commands: DELETE
  • Understanding SQL Relationships Foreign Keys and Inner joins
  • Relational Database Management: Efficiently manages structured data
  • Scalability: Scales well for growing data requirements
  • Version: MySQL 8.0
Session31: PHP, PHP Syntax, Functions and Arrays
  • Introduction to PHP: Overview of PHP and its role in web development
  • Setting up a local development
  • Basic PHP Syntax: Variables data types and operators
  • Conditional statements (if, else, switch)
  • Loops (for, while, for each)
  • Functions and Arrays: Creating and Using Functions, Understanding Array and their manipulation
Session32: PHP Forms and User Input, Working with Databases (MySQL)
  • PHP Forms and User Input: Handling form submission, Validating and processing user input
  • Working with Databases (MySQL): Connecting to a MySQL database, Performing CRUD Operations
Session33: Object-Oriented PHP
  • Object-Oriented PHP: Introduction to object-oriented programming (OOP) concepts
  • Creating Class and Objects
    File Handling in PHP:
    • Reading and writing files
    • Managing directories and file uploads
    Session Management and Cookies:
    • Understanding Session and Cookies
    • Implementing User authentication
    • Server-Side Scripting: Executes code on the server, enhancing dynamic content generation
    • Wide Compatibility: Compatible with various operating systems and web servers
    • Version: PHP 8.2

    Module 11: Application Programming Interfaces (APIs)

    Session34: API, JSON and Authentication
    • Introduction to APIs: Structuring API Requests
    • What is JSON?
    • API Authentication
    • REST APIs
    Session35: Build your Own API
    • Creating GET Routes, Creating Post, Put and Patch Routes, Creating the Delete Routes
    • Enables communication between systems
    • Extends application functionality

    Module 12: NodeJS

    Session36: Working with Node.js
    • What is Node.js?
    • Setting up a local development
    • Using Node.js
    • How to use the native node modules
    • The Npm package manager and installing external node modules
    • Server-side Javascript: Leveraging for both client and server-side Development
    • Scalability: Supports scalable applications with asynchronous and event-driven architecture
    • Version: Node.js 20
    Session37: Express.js with Node.js
    • What is Express?
    • Creating Our First Server with Express
    • HTTP Requests
    Session38: Postman, Middlewares
    • Postman
    • Introduction to Middlewares
    • Custom Middlewares
    • Efficient Web Framework: Streamlines the Development of robust web applications
    • Flexibility: Offers a minimalist and flexible framework for building web servers and APIs
    • Version: Express 5

    Module 13: Git, GitHub and Version Control

    Session39: Git Commands
    • Introduction to Version Control and Git
    • Version Control using git and command line
    • GitHub and remote Repositories
    Session40: Advanced Git Commands
    • Gitignore
    • Cloning
    • Branching and merging
    • Forking and pull requests
    • Facilitates simultaneous work
    • Track changes for debugging

    Module 14: Working with Real time Deployment and Hosting

    Session41: Working with Front-end and Back-end
    • Integration of front-end and back-end
    • Working on a full-stack project
    • Testing and debugging techniques
    Session42: Web Security and Optimization
    • Best practices for secure coding
    • Website performance optimization techniques
    Session43: Deployment and Hosting
    • Understanding the importance of deployment in web development
    • Deploying a web application
    • Configuring and managing a domain
    Session44: Project Work and Review
    • Working on a real-world project
    • Code review and collaboration development
    • Final assessment and feedback