Apponix Technologies

Full Stack Web Development Master Program

Overview

This program comes with a job guarantee. It is ideal for students who want to become successful full-stack developer. Learn back-end, front-end, cloud, and middleware technologies used by web developers.      You will also be able to gain the the the the the skills needed to build end-user applications, test them and deploy the same seamlessly.


Benefits of learning Master Program in Full Stack Web Development

  • The demand for full-stack web developers is pretty high and as per the latest studies, it is estimated that since 2018, the demand for skilled full-stack developers rose by more than 50 %.
  • This Full-stack development masters program offer an individual all they need to learn about front-end & backend ( Full stack)
  • Full-stack developers can enjoy high pay scales. The average salary for a person in full-stack development is anywhere between 25 LPA to 60 LPA!


Related job roles

  • Full Stack Web Developer
  • Full Stack Java Developer
  • Front-End Developer
  • Web Developer
  • Back-End Developer
  • Web Designer
  • Full-Stack Developer

1000+ Student Ratings

3000+ Happy Learners

Skills Covered in Full Stack Web Development Course

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HTML, CSS, JQuery, Java Script
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Core Java
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Java Spring Boot
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AWS Cloud architecture & Planning
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Design & Implement S3 storage
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DevOps Culture
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Docker Containers
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CI/CD Integration
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AngularJS
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NodeJS
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ReactJS
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SQL & MongoDB
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Version Control Software - Gitlab

Full Stack Development Course Objectives

 

  • Develop an web application from scratch
  • Host  and manage applications in a AWS cloud
  • Use gitlab to push & pull source code
  • Host the web application in a AWS cloud
  • Use CI/CD devops tool to integrate & deploy the code
  • Learn how to host applications in cloud infrastructure
  • Connect to application using mongoDB database
Career

Key Features

Minimum 20 Guaranteed Interviews
12 Months LinkedIn Learning Access worth of RS 15600
Certificate from Jainx Academy Unit of Jain University
6 months of Practical Learning
Job Placement Assistance
EMI starts from Rs 4500
Interview Preparation
Professional Resume Building
Live Online/Classroom Sessions

Master Program in Full Stack Development

Average salary for a Full stack web developer is $134,000

A person who is a full-stack developer can have a bright career as they can find work in multiple sectors within the IT sector. Available job roles are –

  • Senior software developer
  • Front-end developer
  • Back-end developer
  • Software UI designing expert
  • Senior DevOps expert

Java is quite popular as a Programming Language in the Industry so you can get good opportunities; the number of opportunities is vast.

Java can be used to implement any kind of software. It may be an Enterprise Application, a Website, a Desktop application, a Search Engine or a Gadget.

Java is a secure platform, credits to its Virtual Machine. This is one among the primary reasons organizations worldwide are using this Language. So it’s here to stay for long.

Available Training Options

Online Training

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  • Interactive Live Training Sessions
  • 140+ Hrs of instructor-led online Sessions
  • Delivered by Working Professionals
  • 1 Year Access to Recorded Sessions
  • Placement Assurance
  • Guaranteed 20 Interview Arrangements
  • Advanced Certificate from Jain University
     
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Curriculum

Pre-requisites

Candidates should have basic programming language knowledge. This course is ideal for fresher and IT professionals.

Course Syllabus

Master Program in Full Stack Web Development
HTML Topics
  • What is Markup Language
  • Basic Structure of HTML
  • Meta Tags
  • External Link Tags
  • HTML Structure Tags
  • Difference between HTML & XHTML
  • Introduction to HTML5
  • Whats new in HTML5
  • HTML5 Semantic Tag
  • HTML5 Multimedia
  • Create Table, Div, and Frame Tag
  • Content and Header Tags
  • Paragraph, Span, Pre Tags
  • Anchor Links and Named Anchors
  • Iframe anf Image Tag Implementing iFrame in Realtime
  • Working with Forms
  • Form Tag and Attributes
  • POST and GET Method
  • Text Input, TextArea, Checkbox and Radio
  • Password Field
  • Select Option, Option Group
  • File Field and Hidden Fields
  • Submit, Reset, Image Buttons
  • HTML 5 Forms
  • Canvas & SVGs
  • Converting svgs into font-icons
  •  HTML5 Apis
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS2 & CSS3)
  •  Introduction to CSS2 & CSS3
  •  Types of Style Sheets
  •  Media Type
  •  Default CSS Properties
  •  CSS Selectors
  •  Basic CSS Selectors
  •  Advanced CSS Selectors
  •  CSS properties
  •  Background Properties
  •  Block Properties
  •  Box Model Properties
  •  List Properties
  •  Border Properties
  •  Positioning Properties
  •  Flex
  •  Adding our own fonts to websites
  •  CSS Optimization and Compression Tips
  •  New CSS3 Properties
  •  CSS Rounded Corners
  •  Border Image
  •  Box and Text Shadow
  •  Multiple Backgrounds
  •  Background Origin
  •  Background Resize
  •  CSS Clip, Gradients, Opacity
  •  Transitions & Transform
Java Script
  • Introduction to Client-Side Scripting
  • Introduction to Java Script
  • Javascript Types
  • Variables in JS
  • Operators in JS
  • Conditions Statements
  • Java Script Loops
  • JS Popup Boxes
  • JS Events
  • JS Arrays
  • JS Objects
  • JS Functions
  • Using JavaScript in Realtime
  • Validation of Forms
  • Related Examples
Jquery and jQuery UI
  • Introduction to jQuery
  • jQuery Features
  • Installing jQuery
  • jQuery Syntax
  • jQuery Ready Function
  • jQuery Selectors
  • jQuery Actions
  • jQuery Custom Functionality
  • jQuery Libraries
  • jQuery Validation
  • jQuery Slideshow
  • jQuery Dropdown
  • JS Functions
  • jQuery UI
  • jQuery Accordions
  • jQuery Tabs
  • jQuery Tooltips
  • jQuery Autocomplete
Java Programming
1.1 Introduction to Java Programming
  • Why Java?
  • Paradigms
  • Diff B/W Java & Other (C,C++)
  • Java History
  • Java Features
  • Java programming format
  • Java Statements
  • Java Data Types
1.2 OOPS (Object Oriented Programming & Systems)
  • Introduction
  • Object
  • Constructors
  • This Key Word
  • Inheritance
  • Super Key Word
  • Polymorphism (Over Loading & Over Riding)
  • Abstraction
  • Interface
  • Encapsulation
  • Introduction to all predefined packages
  • User Defined Packages
  • Access Specifiers
1.3 STRING Manipulation

String
String Buffer

1.4 Array
  • What is Array?
  • Single Dimensional Array
  • Multi-Dimensional Array
  • Sorting of Arrays
1.5 Packages
1.6.Exception Handling
  • Introduction
  • Pre Defined Exceptions
  • Try-Catch-Finally
  • Throws, throw
  • User Defined Exception examples
1.7 I/O Streams
  • Introduction
  • Byte-oriented streams
  • Character – oriented streams
  • File
1.8 Multithreading
  • Introduction
  • Thread Creations
  • Thread Life Cycle
  • Life Cycle Methods
  • Synchronization
  • Wait() notify() notify all() methods
1.9 Wrapper Classes
  • Introduction
  • Byte, Short, Integer, Long, Float, Double, Character
  • Boolean classes
MySQL Database
1. Understanding Basic SQL Syntax
  • The Relational Model
  • The Relational Model
  • Basic SQL Commands - SELECT
  • Basic SQL Commands - INSERT
  • Basic SQL Commands - UPDATE
  • Basic SQL Commands - DELETE
2.Querying Data with the SELECT Statement
  • The SELECT List
  • SELECT List Wildcard (*)
  • The FROM Clause
  • How to Constrain the Result Set
  • DISTINCT and NOT DISTINCT
3.Filtering Results with the Where Clause
  • WHERE Clause
  • Boolean Operators
  • The AND Keyword
  • The OR Keyword
  • Other Boolean Operators BETWEEN, LIKE, IN, IS, IS NOT
5.Shaping Results with ORDER BY and GROUP BY
  • ORDER BY
  • Set Functions
  • Set Function And Qualifiers
  • GROUP BY
  • HAVING clause
6.Matching Different Data Tables with JOINS
  • CROSS JOIN
  • INNER JOIN
  • OUTER JOINs
  • LEFT OUTER JOIN
  • RIGHT OUTER JOIN
  • FULL OUTER JOIN
  • SELF JOIN
7.Creating Database Table stamp
  • CREATE DATABASE
  • CREATE TABLE
  • NULL Values
  • PRIMARY KEY
  • CONSTRAINT
  • ALTER TABLE
  • DROP TABLE
Spring Framework & spring Boot
Spring Framework
  • Spring Framework Introduction
  • Spring Basics
  • Inversion of Control
  • Dependency Injection
  • Spring Annotations
Java Spring Boot
  • Spring Boot Introduction
  • Spring Boot Basics
  • Why Spring Boot
  • Spring Boot Features
  • Main Goal of Spring Boot
  • Creating Project- Spring Initializer
  • Spring Boot Hello World Application
  • Spring Boot Annotations
  • Spring Boot Actuator
  • Spring Boot Build Systems
  • Spring Boot, Hibernate CRUD Application Project
ReactJS
ReactJs
  • React JS Basics
  • React JS Features
  • React JS Setup and Hello World Application
  • React JS JSX
  • React JS Component
  • React JS State
  • React JS Props
  • React JS Constructor
  • React JS Lifecycle
  • React JS Events
  • React JS Router
  • React JS Forms
  • React JS Tables
  • React JS Portals
  • React JS ES6
  • React JS CSS
  • React JS Hook
  • React JS and Back End Integration
  • React JS Using Back End CRUD Application
  • React JS, JDK 1.8, Spring Boot, Hibernate, Maven, MySQL, Microservices, Project Lombok- Project Implementation
NodeJs
Introduction
  • Prerequisites
  • What is Node.js?
  • What is V8 engine?
  • Why Node.js?
  • Difference between .js and other server-side platforms
  • Components of Node.js
  • What is the difference between save and save-dev?
  • What is the difference between dependencies and devDependencies?
Typescript
Node Module
  • Node Package Manager (NPM) ? 
  • Create Node.js application with TypeScript 
  • Folder Structure of Node.js App 
  • How to Loading core module 
  • Loading core module 
  • Why not to use Require to load module? 
  • Why to use import to load module? 
  • How to create local module? 
  • How to Load local module? 
  • How to load third party modules?
Asynchronous Node.js
  • Blocking I/O and Non-Blocking process 
  • Synchronous Web Application Processing 
  • Asynchronous Web Application Processing 
  • What is the Event Loop? 
  • Event-driven Programming 
  • File System Module 
  • Callback Method 
  • How Callback Functions Work? 
  • Basic Principles when Implementing Callback Functions 
  • Why not to use Callback function? 
  • What is Promise? 
  • Async and Await 
  • Sending Requests to External API
Testing Application
  • What is Test Driven Development(TDD) And Behavioral Driven Development(BDD) 
  • Testing Frameworks In Js (use mocha and chai) 
  • Mocha And Basic Testing 
  • Assertion Libraries 
  • Node Java script
  • Testing Asynchronous Code 
  • Using Promise and Async/Await 
  • Testing API's 
Routing
  • How to Serve request with Routing? 
  • How to create Server Without Express using Http? 
  • What is Express Framework? 
  • What is Middleware? 
  • How to manage Static files? 
  • What View Engine(Template) Node.Js supports ? 
  • Submitting Data using Body-parser
MongoDB
  • What is MongoDB? 
  • Features of MongoDB? 
  • Aggregation Pipeline 
  • Installing MongoDB and Compass. 
  • How do I start Mongodb from windows? 
  • MongoDB have primary key? 
Rest Api
  • What is Mongoose 
  • Mongoose Schema vs Model 
  • What is Mongodb schema validator ? 
  • Rest API’s in details 
  • Defining the Schema in Node.js 
  • Defining Model in Node.js 
  • Rest Application Using Mongoose,Express 
  • Testing Rest api in Node.Js 
Authentication and Authorization
  • Authentication 
  • Authorization 
  • Why to Authorize User? 
  • JWT And Hashing 
  • When Should i use JWT
Mini project - Quiz App
Mongo DB
Introduction & Overview of MongoDB
  • Objectives
  • Design Goals.
  • The Mongo Shell
  • JSON Introduction
  • JSON Structure
MongoDB Installation
  • Installing Tools
  • Overview of Blog Project.
  • Swig, Express
  • Node Packaged Modules (npm)
CRUD Operation in MongoDB
  • CRUD (Creating, Reading & Updating Data) Mongo Shell
  • Query Operators
  • Update Operators and a Few Commands
Data Modeling
  • Schema Design Pattern
  • Case Studies & Tradeoffs
Storage Classes
  • Automatic Storage Class
  • Static Storage Class
  • External Storage Class
  • Register Storage Class
Indexing and Performance Considerations
  • Performance Using Indexes,
  • Monitoring And Understanding Performance
  • Performance In Sharded Environments.
Aggregation
  • Aggregation Framework Goals
  • The Use Of The Pipeline
  • Comparison With SQL Facilities.
MongoDB Replication
  • Application Engineering Drivers
  • Impact Of Replication And Sharding On Design And Development.
AWS Cloud
Introduction to AWS
  • Navigate the AWS Management Console
  • Recognize AWS Global Infrastructure
  • Describe the security measures AWS provides
  • Create an Amazon EC2 instance
  • Remotely connecting to an EC2 instance
  • Setting up Amazon Linux and Apache web server
  • Browsing Amazon Machine Images (AMI)
  • Specifying security groups and key pairs
  • Creating new images off of running instances
AWS Storage
  • Identify key AWS storage options
  • Describe Amazon EBS
  • Use Amazon EBS with Amazon EC2
  • Working with Volumes and snapshots
  • Transmitting data in/out of the Amazon cloud
Installing Software in your Amazon Instance
  • Implementing a Web server in an Amazon Linux/Windows Instance
  • Configure the firewall to access a Web server
Security in Public Cloud
  • Security issues in Public Cloud
  • Securing the Access : Creating a RSA Public/Private Key for VMs
  • Creating a software firewall
  • Configuring firewall rules
  • Securing the access with an Elastic IPs
  • Managing users with Identity Access Management (IAM)
Alternate access
  • Using EC2 Command Line APIs [from Windows/Linux machines]
Simple Notification Services [to be seen along with Auto Scaling
  • Using SNS to send Notifications
Amazon S3 Basics
  • Creating Buckets
  • Creating Folders
  • Uploading Objects
  • Making Objects Public
  • Creating Buckets
  • Securing Bucket/Object access
  • Configuring a Bucket as Static Web Page
  • Controlling Life Cycle of a Bucket
  • Accessing Amazon Buckets from Windows/Linux desktops/Servers
AWS-RDS
  • Overview of AWS RDS
  • Launching a MySQL Database in RDS
  • Creating Backups/Snapshots and Read Only DBs
  • Connecting to RDS-DB using local DB-Clients
  • Terminating a DB instance
AWS-IAM
  • Creating Groups and Defining access policy
  • Creating Users
  • Login to AWS account using new users
Installing Software in your Amazon Instance
  • Implementing a Web server in an Amazon Linux/Windows Instance
  • Configure the firewall to access a Web server
Load-balancing with EC2 and Auto Scaling
  • Creating and using Load Balancers
  • Distributing incoming traffic with elastic load balancing
  • Dynamically adding and removing instances with Auto Scaling
CloudWatch to be seen along with Auto Scaling
  • Overview of Monitoring and Setting Alarms
  • Visualising utilization metrics with CloudWatch
  • Setting alarms to send and receive notifications
Virtual Private Cloud
  • Create a VPC [VPC with a Single Public Subnet]
  • Create and attach an Internet gateway
  • Create an Amazon VPC subnet
  • Set up routing in the VPC
  • Set up a security group to control the inbound and outbound traffic
  • Launch an instance into the subnet
  • VPC console to allocate an Elastic IP address and assign it to the instance
  • Amazon EC2 console to terminate your instance and the Amazon VPC console to delete your VPC
AWS-CloudFront
  • Concepts of AWS-CloudFront
  • Host a Website with CloudFront
AWS-Route53
  • Creating a Failover setup for Load Balancers running in different AWS regions [users need to have a registered Domain]
  • Health Check a private website
AWS-CloudTrial
  • Using CloudTrial to trail the API Calls
AWS System Manager
  • Run command
  • Compliance
  • Patch Manager
AWS Cost Management
  • AWS Cost Explorer
  • AWS Budgets
  • AWS Marketplace Subscriptions
Devops
Introduction to Devops and Dev sec ops
  • Introduction to DevOps
  • What is DevOps?
  • SDLC models, Lean, ITIL, Agile
  • Why DevOps?
  • History of DevOps
  • DevOps Stakeholders
  • DevOps Goals
  • Important terminology
  • DevOps perspective
  • DevOps and Agile
  • DevOps Tools
  • Configuration management
  • Continuous Integration and Deployment
Introduction to SDLC ,Software testing , Agile : Software testing lifecycle
  • Working with Block box testing
  • Working with White box testing
  • Working Grey box testing
  • Working with Function testing
  • Working with Regressing testing, smoke testing, System testing, Integration testing etc
Agile Methodologies
  • Process flow of Scrum Methodologies
  • Project planning, scrum testing, sprint Planning, and Release management
  • Analysis
  • Design,Execution and wrapping closure
LINUX Administration
  • Introduction to Linux Families (ex: Redhat & Debian Family)
  • working with APT and YUM and Dnf
  • Working with AWK and SED commands
Installation and Initialization
  • Installation, Package Selection
  • Anatomy of a Kick start File, Command line
  • Introduction to Bash Shell
  • System Initialization, Starting the Boot Process: GRUB.
Boot and Package Management
  • Securing single-user mode (su login)
  • Shutting down and rebooting the system
  • RPM Package Manager, Installing and Removing Software, Updating a Kernel RPM
  • Yum Command set, Install packages by using yum.
  • Apt-get command set, Apt-cache package management
Version Control using Git
Using Git
  • Overview of SVN, GIT , Clear case , perforce & Comparison
  • Introduction of Git
  • Selecting Git Client
  • Creating Repository
  • Working with Tag
  • Creating and Merging Branches
  • Executing Git Commands
  • Git Logs , Git stash, Git rebase
  • Merge conflict issues resolving
  • Git pull , clone , fetch
Docker Modules
Getting Started with Docker
  • Introduction to Docker.
  • What’s under the hood - Namespaces, Cgroups and OverlayFS
  • Understanding Virtualization
  • Virtualization vs Container
Docker Installation
  • Creating a Virtual Docker Host(CentOS) by using Vagrant
  • Installing Docker on CentOS
  • Introduction to Docker namespaces
Docker Images
  • Introduction to Docker Images
  • Building a Docker Image with a Dockerfile
  • Sharing Data in Your Docker Host with Containers
  • Sharing Data Between Containers
  • Copying Data to and from Containers
  • Creatoing Docker Hub Account.
  • Building Images using DockerFile.
  • Pull and Push Images From/To Docker Hub.
Docker Networking
  • Introduction to Docker Networking
  • Finding the IP Address of a Container
  • Setting Up a Custom Bridge Network for Docker
Container Operations
  • Port Mapping for Docker
  • Creating, Starting, Stopping, Renaming, Removing Containers
  • Inspacting Containers
  • Limiting Rrsoruces Memory and CPU
  • Prioritizing CPU Utilization
Docker Compose
  • Introduction to Docker compose
  • Creating Docker compose file
  • Executing Docker Compose file
Jenkins Modules
Introduction to Continuous Integration and Jenkins-CI/CD
  • What is Continuous Integration
  • Jenkins Continuous Integration
  • What is Continuous Deployment
  • Jenkins Vs Jenkins Enterprise
Jenkins Installation
  • Downloading and Installing Jenkins using TomCat
  • Creating Jenkins as a Service.
  • Starting and Stopping Jenkins
Configure Jenkins and User Management
  • Secure Jenkins
  • Create a new user
  • Generate ssh key for Jenkins user
  • Plug-in management
Jenkins jobs setup
  • Setting up a Jenkins job (Freestyle, Pipeline, maven, MSBuild, Pybuild)
  • Jenkins parametrized jobs setup (choice params,boolean params etc)
  • Email notification jobs
  • Parallel jobs configuration
  • nodes (slaves) configuration
Jenkins Integration
  • Git integration with Jenkins
  • Maven Integration with jenkins
  • ansible , artifactory integration
  • Docker and scanning tool integration
  • AWS and code review tool
Jenkins User administration
  • Role based administration
  • Project based administration
  • Metric based administration
  • Slaves configuration
  • Users and groups creation
Kubernetes
Introduction to Kubernetes
  • The need for a Container Orchestration Engine
  • Battles of COEs, which one to choose
  • Key Features of a COE.
  • What makes Kubernetes the defacto COE choice.
  • Negatives of using Kubernetes
Key Concepts of Kubernetes
  • Namespaces
  • Pods
  • Replica Sets and Deployments
  • Service Discovery and Load Balancing
  • Configmaps, Storage, Network, RBAC
  • Statefulsets, Crons and Jobs
  • Kubernetes Architecture
Setting up Environment
  • Provisioning and configuring on AWS
  • Initialise Cluster with Kubeadm
  • Setting up Weave CNI
  • Launching Kubernetes Dashboard
  • Setting up a kubernetes Visualizer
  • Resetting cluster created with kubeadm
Angular Js
Introduction to Angular
  • What is Angular?
  • Brief History of Angular
  • Prerequisite for Angular
  • Basic Understanding of CSS
  • Basic Understanding on Javascript
  • Introduction : Typescript
  • Building Blocks of Angular
  • What is Linting? Why does it matter to us?
  • More on TSLint
  • Exploring TSLint
  • Playing With TSLint
Modules
  • Modules: What makes it so cool?
  • Modules: What does a Module look like?
  • Modules: What does import do?
  • Modules: Why Declarations & imports?
  • Modules: Why Providers & Bootstrap?
  • Modules: What is Root Module?
  • Creating new module in Angular Application...
  • Creating new Component in new module... 
Directives
  • Directives: What makes them so awesome?
  • Directives: What really is a Directive?
  • Directives: Types of Directives
  • Directives: Flavours of Directives
  • Directives: How to create Directives
  • Directives: How does Directive look like? 
Components
  • What makes the Component so cool?
  • Component Lifecycle
  • Components: Components in Components
  • Components: Component Interaction
  • Components: More on Components 
Pipes
  • Pipes: What makes them so awesome?
  • Pipes: What really is a Pipes?
  • Pipes: Journey from filters to Pipes
  • Syntax of Pipes and the Connection with |
  • Pipes: Types of Pipes
  • Diving into Built-in Pipes
  • Pipes: How to create Pipes
  • Pipes: How does pipes look like?
  • Using Multiple Pipes... 
     
Services
  • Services: What makes them so awesome?
  • Services: What really is a Services?
  • Services: Types of Services
  • Services: How to create Services
  • Services: How does Services look like?
Routing
  • Routing: What does it take to do Routing?
  • Routing: What really is a Routing?
  • Routing: Who does the real Routing?
  • Angular Router: What is it?
  • Routing: How to Create Routing
  • Routing: How does Router look like
Testing In Angular
  • What is Test Driven Development(TDD) And Behavioral Driven Development(BDD)?
  • Testing Frameworks in JS
  • Why to test angular code?
  • Types of Testing
  • How to run test?
  • Testing: Jasmine
  • Testing: Fundamental Concepts
  • Dependency Injection (DI)
  • Testing: Karma
  • Testing: Test Entry File
  • Component Testing
  • Service Testing
  • Directive Testing
  • Pipe Testing
  • Test debugging
     
Introduction to forms in Angular
Mini Project
  • Mini Project: User Dashboard
  • Using Bootstrap 4 in Angular Project
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Master Program in Full Stack Web Development Industry Project

Project 1

Adding custom number

Create a web framework, User inputs two numbers and by press add button result displays on the connective page along with the background color without changing from the home page

Project 2

Registration and login page

Create a GUI color game application create a  web framework, Where User uses the Register page, login page, and register their name once registered user can login to the page by username and password which is saved in the database, and login information collects from the database and displays user's home page 

Project 3

Python Tkinter

Simple Calculator Project
The user can do all arithmetic operations such as multiplication, addition, division, and subtraction.

About Full Stack Web Development Program

Yes, we arrange minimum 10 interview after completing the course, we are 100% sure that this course will get a job within a month because the course content is developed by a many senior full stack developers. we have covered 90% of the skills required to become a full stack developer.

Not necessarily. This course starts with core java, you will be taught on basics of programming. but if you have prior knowledge of programming then it will help you to quickly grasp the things faster.

All the trainers are working professionals with in 7 years of experience in the industry.

 

No, it is not necessary but if you do then it will be easy for you to learn about the sector from the perspective of a developer.

 

  • JavaScript
  • Java
  • HTML
  • CSS
  • ReactJS
  • AngularJS
  • NodeJS
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Career after Full Stack Web Development Course

Without web development, the internet as you know it would not exist.

This is the reason why web development and designing ---------has taken over the modern job sector as it has become an integral part of business models for small-scale enterprises as well as large-scale companies.

What does this mean for you?

Well, the demand for skilled web designers and developers is increasing day by day and with web design development training from Apponix, you can surely land a high-paying job at a reputed company in any metro city of India!

The web design and development training curriculum our trainers at Apponix follows covers all the basics, as well as the advanced aspects of web designing, and that, includes – 

  • HTML
  • CSS
  • Bootstrap
  • Adobe Dreamweaver
  • jQuery and
  • Third-party APIs.

We have instructed our trainers to tread the extra mile so that you can be a part of the elite panel of web developers in no time.

The job opportunities for web designers & web developers in India will never dry up. On top of this, you can even secure a job abroad if you try your best and learn all that you can about web designing from our trainers.

In case you are worried about being stuck with only theoretical knowledge then don’t you worry as we have got you covered!

We have designed our course in such a way that apart from theoretical knowledge, you will also be exposed to live projects as well as sessions where you can take a look at how a web development and designing team works tirelessly on web development projects.

We at Apponix technologies mainly focus on the present scope of web designing and real-time requirements. Each section of the curriculum we follow for our web designing training will boost your web designing & web development skills.

We will also teach you how you can implement your skills to – 

  • Create small websites
  • Design logos for brands
  • Host websites
  • Design web pages and convert them to basic HTML
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Frequently Asked Questions

Static websites are those portals on the internet that have static content on their
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Python is a programming language that can be interpreted and compiled. It is
run using a compiler and then executed by an interpreter.

It is used in the fields of web development, data analysis, machine learning,
game development, creating utility scripts, and rapid testing of prototype software.

Yes, compared to other programming languages, the computational time needed for
Python to crunch massive numerical calculations is pretty high.

The latest version – Python 3.9.0 is the best version and we use and recommend
this version of Python to all our students enrolled in our python certificate program.

If you want to be a software developer, game developer or have a career as a data
scientist, data analyst, or AI engineer then you need to take this course.
How much will I earn after becoming a Python expert?
You can earn $115,066 annually in the US and in India, it can be anywhere between
₹35,607 per month to ₹1,000,000 per year.

You will be provided with the lessons in digital format along with the recording of
the live class so that you can catch up quickly.

There are plenty of reasons why Python is often regarded as one of the most unique
programming languages. Some of them are as follows –
The commands used in the programming language are generic English words that make

  • learning them quite easy.
  • It is an open-source programming language.
  • It has powerful libraries that suit game development and data science projects.
  • It is the go-to programming language that is used to make GUI (Graphical User Interfaces).

Are the online classes live sessions or pre-recorded videos?
All online classes offered here at Apponix are live sessions that are headed by industry
veterans who are professionals associated with MNCs.

Python is a versatile programming language. It finds extensive applications in –

  • Data science
  • Web development
  • Game development
  • Scientific computing
  • Machine Learning and
  • e-Commerce.

All courses available online  & Offline classes are available in Bangalore, Pune, Chennai only.

It is mentioned under the training options. Online, Offline & self paced learning course fees differs.
 

Course duration is 5 months or 140 Hrs.
 

Yes, We provide course completion certificate.

 Apart from this there is 1 more certificate called as “ Apponix Certified Professional in Full Stack Web Development” If you score more than 80% in the exam you will be awarded as “Apponix Certified Professional”

Yes, we provide you the assured placement. we have a dedicated team for placement assistance.
 

 All our trainers are working professional having more than 7 years of relevant industry experience.

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Master Program in Full Stack Web Development

We at Apponix technologies mainly focus on the present trending technologies and real-time requirements.

Each section of the curriculum we follow for our full stack training will boost development skills.

We will teach you : 

  • Creating small web applications
  • Hosting web application in a cloud
  • Use gitlab to manage application source code
  • Use linux systems to connect to cloud & applications

For more details, please contact us now!

What skills do I need to possess to ace this course?

Proficiency in the following will make it easy for you –

  • HTML
  • CSS
  • Javascript
  • ReactJS
  • NodeJS
  • AngularJS
  • Java
  • MongoDB
  • AWS Cloud
  • Linux systems
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