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Module 1: Introduction to HTML

  • HTML Basics, Elements, Attributes, Styles
  • Forms, Form Elements, Input Element Types
  • Input Attributes, File Paths, Script tag
  • HTML & XHTML

Module 2: Introduction to CSS

  • CSS Introduction, Syntax, Selectors, Styling
  • Pseudo class, Pseudo Elements
  • CSS Tables, CSS Box Models
  • CSS Opacity, CSS Navigation Bar, Dropdowns

Module 3: Introduction to JavaScript

  • JavaScript Statements, Keywords, Functions
  • JavaScript Programs, Operators, Functions
  • Function Parameters, Function Return Types
  • Data Types, Primitive Types

Module 4: Working with Objects

  • Object Oriented Programming, Object Creation
  • Adding Methods of Objects
  • JavaScript Loops Iteration
  • Adding Properties of Objects
  • JavaScript Conditional Statements
  • Enumerating Properties, Callbacks, JSON

Module 5: Angular JS Basics

  • What is Angular JS?
  • Why Angular JS?
  • Why MVC matters
  • MVC-The Angular JS way
  • Features of Angular JS ,Model-View-Controller
  • My First Angular JS app

Module 6: Angular Expressions

  • All about Angular Expressions
  • How to use expressions, Angular vs JavaScript

Module 7: Filters

  • Built-In Filters, Using Angular JS Filters
  • Creating Custom Filters

Module 8: Directives

  • Introduction to Directives, Directive Lifecycle
  • Binding controls to data, Matching directives
  • Using Angular JS built-in directives
  • Creating a custom directive

Module 9: Controllers

  • Role of a Controller, Controllers Modules
  • Attaching Properties and functions to scope
  • Nested Controllers, Using Filters in Controllers
  • Controllers in External Files

Module 10: Angular JS Modules

  • Introduction to Angular JS Modules
  • Bootstrapping Angular JS

Module 11: Angular JS Forms

  • Working with Angular Forms, Model Binding
  • Forms Events, Updating Models with a Twist
  • Form Controller, Validating Angular Forms
  • $error object

Module 12: Scope

  • What is scope, Scope Lifecycle
  • Scope Inheritance, Scope & Controllers
  • Root scope, Scope Broadcasting
  • Two-way data binding, Scope Inheritance
  • Scope & Directives, $apply and $watch
  • Scope Events

Module 13: Dependency Injection Services

  • What is Dependency Injection
  • Creating Services, Factory, Service & Provider
  • Using Dependency Injection, What are services
  • Using Angular JS built in services

Module 14: Single Page Application (SPA)

  • What is SPA, Pros and Cons of SPA
  • Passing Parameters, Changing location
  • Installing the ng Route module, Configure routes
  • Resolving promises, Creating a Single Page Apps

Module 15: Angular JS Animation

  • ng Animate Module, CSS Transforms
  • CSS Transitions, Applying Animations

Module 16: Introduction to Node JS

  • Introduction to Node JS
  • Advantages of Node JS
  • What is Node JS, Node.js Process Model
  • Traditional Web Server Model

Module 17: Setup Development Environment

  • Install Node.js on Windows
  • Working in REPL, Node JS Console

Module 18: Node JS Modules

  • Functions, Buffer, Module
  • Modules Types
  • Core Modules, Local Modules
  • Modules Exports

Module 19: Node Package Manager

  • What is NPM, Installing Packages Locally
  • Installing package globally
  • Adding dependency in package json
  • Updating packages

Module 20: Creating Web Server

  • Creating Web Server
  • Sending Requests
  • Handling http requests

Module 21: File System

  • read File, Writing a File
  • Opening a file, Deleting a file
  • Writing a file asynchronously
  • Other IO Operations

Module 22: Debugging Node JS Application

  • Core Node JS Debugger

Module 23: Events

  • Event Emitter class
  • Inheriting Events
  • Returning event emitter

Module 24: Express JS

  • Configuring Routes
  • Working with Express

Module 25: Serving Static Resources

  • Serving Static Files
  • Working with Middle Ware

Module 26: Database Connectivity

  • Connecting String, Configuring
  • Updating Records
  • Working with Select Command
  • Deleting Records

Project Development

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Module 1: Introduction to Node.js

  • What is Node.js
  • Features of Node.js
  • Concept
  • Where to fit and not fit
  • Event-Driven programming style
  • What is Asynchronous

Module 2: Installation / Setup

  • Local environment setup
  • Node.js runtime
  • Download source code
  • Installation on OS
  • Verify

Module 3: Node Package Manager

  • Install module by NPM
  • Global vs Local setup
  • Update Module
  • CRUD Module

Module 4: Express Framework

  • What is Express
  • Setup Express
  • Request And Response
  • Handling Routes
  • Route Middleware
  • Objects
  • Cookies Management
  • File upload
  • HTTP methods

Module 5: Buffers and Streams

  • What is buffers and Streams
  • Benefit of Streams over buffers
  • Create / Write / Read operation on Buffers
  • Process on Buffers
  • Read / Write data by Streams
  • Pipeline
  • Chaining Stream

Module 7: REST API

  • RESTful Architecture
  • HTTP URI and Methods
  • RESTful web services
  • Expose solution as API
  • Best practice for REST API solution

Module 8: Callback

  • What is Callback
  • Benefit of Callback
  • Asynchronous communications
  • Block and Non-Blocking
  • Standard Callback pattern
  • Async Flow control Library
  • Executing in parallel

Module 9: Events

  • What is Events
  • Events types
  • Event Emitter API
  • Multiple event listeners
  • Event emitter pattern
  • Class methods
  • Event Loop
  • Blocking Event Loop
  • Escaping Event Loop

Module 10: Connecting with Database

  • Introduction of MySQL
  • Connect with MySQL
  • Introduction of MongoDB
  • Features of MongoDB
  • Connect with MongoDB
  • Defining a schema
  • Defining a Model

Module 11: External Processes and Services

  • What is processes
  • Spawning Child process
  • Create and kill processes
  • Building with HTTP Severs
  • HTTP requests
  • Secure HTTP Server

Module 12: External Processes and Services

  • Using Test Runner
  • Using Assertion Testing Module
  • Built-in Debugger
  • Console log
  • Node Inspector

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Module 1 : INTRODUCTION EXPRESS JS

  • The model-view-controller pattern
  • Defining Jade templates
  • Configuring Express
  • Postman configuration
  • Using REST
  • JSON Data
  • Reading POST data
  • CRUD operations
  • Adding middleware

Module 2 : EXPRESS JS WITH MONGODB AND SQLITE

  • Connecting to RDBMS and Mongodb databases
  • Performing CRUD operations
  • Module 3 : SOCKET.IO, THE FRONT-END, AND A CHAT APP

    • Getting Started
    • Adding Socket.io To Your App
    • Exploring The Front-end
    • Sending Live Data Back & Forth
    • Creating The Front-end UI
    • Showing Messages In App
    • Working With Time
    • Timestamps
    • Show Message Time In Chat App
    • Chat application Project

    Module 4 : INTRODUCTION TO TASK MANAGERS WITH UNIT TESTING

    • Working with gulp
    • Working with grunt
    • Working with unit and E2E testing

    Module 5: LEARNING EXPRESS ROUTES

    • starting a server
    • Writing your first route
    • Sending a response
    • Macthing route paths
    • Getting a single expression
    • Setting status codes
    • Macthing longer paths
    • Other HTTP methods

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    Module 1: Introduction to NoSQL

    • What Is NoSQL?
    • Why NoSQL databases are required
    • Types of NoSQL Database
    • NoSQL vs SQL Comparison
    • ACID & BASE Property
    • CAP Theorem
    • Benefits of NoSQL databases
    • Installation
    • Start and Stop the MongoDB process

    Module 2: MongoDB Architecture

    • Document, Collection, Databases
    • JSON and BSON
    • Storage Engines
    • Read Path
    • Journaling
    • Write Path
    • Working Set
    • Capped Collection
    • Oplog collection
    • TTL Index
    • GridFS

    Module 3: CRUD Operations

    • MongoDB Data Types
    • Inserting, Update, Deleting the documents
    • Querying the documents
    • Bulk insert operation
    • Updating multiple document
    • Limiting documents
    • Filtering documents

    Module 4: Schema Design and Data modeling

    • Dynamic Schema
    • What is Data modeling?
    • RDBMS and MongoDB Data modeling difference
    • Embedding Document
    • Reference Document

    Module 5: Indexes

    • Index concepts in MongoDB
    • Types of indexes
    • Indexes and its use cases
    • Creating Indexes
    • Managing Indexes
    • Index strategies

    Module 6: Database Administration in MongoDB

    • Database status
    • Troubleshooting issues
    • Current Operations
    • Rotating log files
    • Users and Roles
    • Copy and Clone database
    • DB and Collection Stats
    • Explain plan
    • Profiling
    • Changing configuration files
    • Upgrading the database

    Module 7: MongoDB: Backup and Security

    • Concept of backups
    • mongoexport/mongoimport
    • mongodump/mongorestore
    • Oplog backups
    • LVM Backups
    • Backups using MMS/Ops Manager
    • Purpose of security
    • Authentication and authorization
    • Role based access control

    Module 8: Replication in MongoDB

    • Concept of replication
    • ReplicaSet member roles
    • Voting and Electing primary
    • Role of Oplog in replication
    • Read and Write Concern
    • Arbiter,Hidden and Delayed replica node
    • Priority settings
    • Replicaset nodes health check
    • Concept of resyncing the nodes
    • Rollbacks during failover
    • Keyfile authentication

    Module 9: MongoDB Scalability

    • Concept of Scalability
    • Sharding concept
    • Shardkey and Chunks
    • Choosing shardkey
    • Sharding components
    • Types of Sharding
    • Balanced data distribution
    • Sharded and Non-sharded collection
    • Sharded Replicaset
    • Tag aware sharding

    Module 10: MongoDB Monitoring and Other Tools

    • MMS Manager
    • Ops Manager
    • Mongo utility commands
    • Mongo developer tools
    • MongoDB Atlas
    • MongoDB client drivers

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