Mean-Stack- Classes In Pune

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A collection of JavaScript tools used to build web applications is referred to as the MEAN Stack, which stands for MongoDB Express Angular Node. If JavaScript is used across the system, from the client to the server and from the server to the database. Subsequently, MEAN is a full-stack development toolkit for creating secure, fast, and robust web applications.

Besides, MEAN is an easy-to-use stack that is perfect for creating dynamic websites and applications. As an open-source, it provides a simple and organized method for quickly prototyping web-based applications. This is the reason why MEAN is becoming more popular for modern web app development. Thus, resulting in an upsurge in MEAN Stack training in Pune.

Who Should Attend

  • Web Developers with basic knowledge of developing web applications.
  • Technical Project Managers and leads.
  • Aspiring entrepreneurs who want to use the MEAN stack to design and test their applications.
  • Professionals and students who are interested in learning how to use the MEAN stack.
  • Software Developers who are keen on Deploying Applications on AWS.

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Live Classroom

Cyber Success pledges for the overall development of the students. The instructors undertake seamless communication with the students to cater to every doubt. Group discussions are knowledge sharing.

Mentored By Industry

The industry leader who conducts classes flaunts vast knowledge and expertise in the Software industry. Every query of the student is contemplated for absolute clarity of the subject matter.

Our Curriculum

The curriculum of Software Testing classes at Cyber Success is curated by industry experts. The team is well-aware of the industry trends and has included a syllabus that complements the competitive market.

Advance From the Basics

Cyber Success believes in a step-by-step learning process which is why we start with the basics first. Once your basic knowledge is strong enough, then we move ahead .

100% Placement

We are aware of the challenges of getting a job. So, Cyber Success offers 100% placement assistance wherein we guide students with resume preparation and interview questions to survive in this cut- throat

Practical Learning

Cyber Success acknowledges that practical knowledge is imperative to succeed in the relentless market. That’s why we include live projects with which the students get a hang of the corporate setting.

Why MEAN Stack course in Pune?

The MEAN stack is an excellent choice for any web development destined for the cloud, thanks to its flexibility, precise language, and scalability. It consists of four technologies – MongoDB Express, which is a NoSQL database system with no schema. Express JS is a Node.js framework that helps create web applications. Google’s AngularJS framework is a JavaScript framework, and Node.js is a JavaScript execution environment that runs on the server.

Besides, learning MEAN Stack helps in creating end-to-end encryption for cloud-ready applications with ease. Most importantly, after pursuing MEAN Stack training in Pune, a glorious career lies ahead for the aspirants. The market is constantly hunting for professionals who possess knowledge of JavaScript and MEAN Stack technologies.

Therefore, it is imperative to choose MEAN Stack courses in Pune to turn your career into a glorious one. Indeed, opting for Cyber Success will help you climb the success ladder as it will shape you to become the best MEAN Stack Developer to work on both the backend and frontend of the application.


Syllabus Mean-Stack

  • Introduction
    • Introduction to HTML Structure & Page.
    • Character effects w.r.t physical/logical
  • HTML Forms for User Input
    • Usage of forms in web pages
    • Types HTML elements
    • Text field / Text area
    • Check box, Radio buttons, Select Boxes, Password & Drop-down menus
  • Hyper Links
    • Understanding & Implementing hyperlinks in web pages.
    • Adding hyperlinks to list items and table contents.
  • Tables
    • HTML table or Web Tables
    • Customize table format like cell spanning, cell spacing, border.
  • List
    • Bulleted List
    • Numbered List
  • Image Handling
    • Images in web pages
    • Add & implement images with proper attributes
    • Images in the form of Hyperlinks
  • Frames
    • Frames in web pages.
    • Implementing frames.
  • New Form Elements
    • New HTML elements such as date, number, range, email, search and Data list
    • HTML 5 – Page Layout, Browser Support, Enhanced Form Elements.
    • Audio And Video
    • HTML5 Canvas
  • HTML5 – Client-Side Storage
    • Introduction to HTML5 Client-Side Storage.
    • Types of Client-Side Storage

  • Introduction & Benefits
    • CSS Syntax
    • External Style Sheet using
    • Multiple Style Sheets
    • Value Lengths and Percentages
  • CSS Syntax
    • Single & Multiple Style Sheets
    • Value Lengths and Percentages
    • CSS Selectors
    • Color Background
    • Background-image, repeat, position
    • CSS Cursor
  • CSS Text Fonts
    • color, background-color
    • text – decoration / align / vertical-align / indent / transform
    • white-space / letter-spacing / word-spacing / line-height
    • font-family / font-size / font-style
    • font-variant / font-weight
  • CSS Box Model
    • Borders & Outline
    • Margin & Padding
    • Height and width
    • CSS Dimensions
  • CSS Display Co-ordinates & Location
    • CSS Visibility / Display / Scrollbars
    • CSS Positioning
      • Static, Fixed, Relative & Absolute Positioning
    • CSS Layers with Z-Index
  • Colors
    • Background / Multiple Background
    • Colors
      • RGB and RGBA / Alpha factor / Opacity & Transparency
    • Using currentColor
    • Working with gradients.
  • CSS List Tables
    • list-style-type / list-style-position
    • list-style-image / list-style
    • CSS Tables
    • border / width & height / Text-align / vertical-align / padding / color
  • Boxes & Border Effects
    • Appearance / Image Borders
    • Box Shadow
    • Rounded Corners / Resizing
    • Outline Offsets
  • Color, Gradients, Background Images, and Masks
    • Opacity
    • New Color Names / Non image Gradients
    • Multiple Background Images / Image Masks
    • Background-size, Background-origin, Background-clip
  • CSS Floats
    • The float / clear Property
    • The clearfix Hack
  • Columns, Flex Box
    • Column-count, Column-gap, Column-rule
    • Multiple Column Layouts / Alignment
    • Gaps between Columns
    • Box-orient, Box-pack, Box-align, Box-flex, etc.
    • Display: box / Grouping and Changing Orientation
  • Media Queries
    • Targeting Device Capabilities: Width, Screen Size, Color Depth, etc.
    • Building Responsive Sites: Implications for Mobile
  • Vendor Prefix
    • Current status of -moz, -o, etc.
    • When and Why to Use
  • Implementing CSS 3
    • Modernizr
    • HTML5 Shims / jQuery
    • LESS, SASS, and Other CSS Preprocessors
    • CSS Grid Systems / Frameworks
  • Transitions, Animations &Transforms
    • translate(), rotate(), etc.
    • 3D: rotateX(), rotateY() /
    • changing, for example, the width of a div on hover (without JS)
    • animations: @keyframes, animation

  • Introduction
    • What is Bootstrap Framework
    • Why Bootstrap
    • Advantages of Bootstrap Framework
    • What is Responsive web page
    • How to remove Responsiveness
    • Features of Bootstrap
    • Mobile-First Strategy
    • Environment Set up
    • Implementing Bootstrap in Applications
  • Bootstrap Grid
    • Bootstrap Grid and implementation of Bootstrap Grid
    • What is Container & Offset Column
    • Reordering Columns
    • Advantages of Bootstrap Grid
    • Display responsive Images & change class properties
    • Customize Bootstrap’s components & jQuery plug-in.
    • Bootstrap Typography & its use
    • Bootstrap Tables, Form Layout & Bootstrap Button
    • Muted and Warning Text Messages
    • Carets Classes / Hide or show the text in Bootstrap
    • Bootstrap Components / Plugins

  • Introduction
    • Front-End HTML, CSS and JavaScript!
    • Understand JS Editors, Where to place your JS Code? Using CodePen
    • Webkit’s Web Inspector / Analyzing & Tracking down errors
    • JS versions (EcmaScript5 and EcmaScript6)
    • Browser Support / Javascript Output Methods
    • JavaScript Variables / Comments / Console /
    • Data Types in JavaScript / Operators
    • Conditions & Loops
    • Date Objects
    • Arrays and Array Methods
    • String and String Methods
    • “use strict” Directive
    • Objects Functions
    • Prototypes, objects
  • BOM (Browser Object Model)
    • Document / Navigator Object
    • Location / Screen Object
  • DOM (Document Object Model)
    • Browser environment, specs
    • DOM tree / DOM Methods
    • Searching: getElement*, querySelector*
    • Node properties: type, tag and contents
    • Attributes and properties / Styles and classes
    • Element / Window size and scrolling
    • Modifying the document / Coordinates
  • Ajax Development
    • Creating the XMLHttp
    • Request Object
    • Managing Ajax Requests
    • JSON Introduction
    • JSON, API & AJax
    • JSON Parse / Stringify / Object
    • HTTP Methods – REST API
    • XMLHttpRequest Object
    • XHR Methods / Properties
  • Modules
    • Introduction to Modules,
    • Dynamic imports
    • Export and Import
  • Advance working with functions
    • Recursion and stack / Rest parameters
    • Closure / spread operator
      • The old “var”
      • Global objects and their usages
      • The “new Function” syntax
      • Scheduling: setTimeout and setInterval
      • Decorators and forwarding, call/apply
      • Binding of Function
  • ES6 Features
    • Let, Var and Const Keywords
    • Arrow Functions, Default function arguments
    • Template Strings
    • Object Destruction
    • Array Manipulation Functions
    • Array.from(), Array.of(), Array.find(), Array.findIndex(), Array.some(), Array.every()
    • Promises
      • Promises, async/await
      • Introduction: callbacks
      • Promise & Promises chaining
      • Error handling with promises
      • Promise API / Promisification
      • Symbols / Code quality with ESLint
      • Classes, Inheritance
      • Generators / Proxies
      • Async, await flow control
      • Map, Set Operators
      • ES6 Tooling / Babel, npm, webpack overview
  • TypeScript
    • Type System / Primitive types & type inference
    • Object type & type inference
    • Function type & type inference
    • Enums, Tuples / Nullable types
    • Union types, intersection types
    • Never and void types
    • OOPS in typescript
    • Classes, Class properties, Static Properties
    • Constructors, getters & setters / Namespaces and Modules
    • Inheritance, Abstract classes, Interfaces
    • Access modifiers
    • Namespaces and multiple files / Loading modules
    • Generics / Generic functions, classes
    • Generic types and arrays
    • Constraints / Decorators / Class Decorators
    • Decorator Factories
    • Method Decorators / Property Decorators / Parameter Decorators
    • Typescript essentials
    • tsc and tsconfig file / debugging typescript

  • Overview
    • What is NOSQL
    • What is CRUD
    • Types of NOSQL
    • Replication & Sharding
    • Aggregation
  • CRUD Operations
    • Crud Operations
    • Upsert / Query Interface
    • Operators and Logical Operators
    • Wrapped Queries and Query Operators
  • Basic Operations
    • Crud Operations
    • Basic Operations using Mongo Shell
    • Data Model
    • JSON / BSON
    • MongoDB – Datatypes
    • BSON Types
    • The _id Field
    • Document / Document Store
    • Blog: Bad Design / Better Design
  • Indexing
    • Indexes & different types of Indexes
    • Properties of Indexes
    • Explain Plan in MongoDB
    • Mongostat / Mongotop
    • Logging Slow queries / Profiling
  • Aggregations
    • Types of Aggregations
    • What is Aggregation?
    • The Aggregate() Method
    • Pipeline Concept
    • Pipelines / Pipeline Flow / Pipeline Operators
    • $match, $unwind, $group, $project
    • $skip, $limit, $sort, $first, $last, $sum
  • Replication and Sharding
    • What is Replication / Sharding
    • Purpose of Replication
    • Understand Replica Set
    • Sharding Mechanics
    • GridFS

  • Introduction
    • What is Express JS
    • Working of Express.js works
    • Installation of Express.js
    • Basic Example
  • Templating Engines
    • Introduction to Engines
    • pug Templating
    • Tags in pug / id and classes in pug
    • Attributes and Nesting Tags in pug
    • Using if & unless / for & each in pug
    • Using case & mixins in pug
    • Include & Extend in pug
    • EJS Templating / Express Handlebars
  • Dive into Express.js
    • Connect Module
    • Express.js Installation / app.js
    • Express.js Application
    • Application, request, response object properties & methods
  • Request/Response in Express.js
    • Request-params, body, files, route, header, get
    • Response-render, locals, status, json, redirect
  • Using middleware
    • Types of middleware
    • Application level middleware
    • Express-json, session, logger, compress
    • Router level / Built-in / Third party middleware
    • Express 4.0 Router

  • React introduction
    • Overview of frameworks, libraries for client side Web applications
    • Configuration & Setup of React Application
    • Understanding commands w.r,t NPM
    • VS Code extensions for ES6, React
  • Features and Syntax of React Essential
    • React App Project Directory Structure
    • Overview of Webpack, Babel
    • React Component & Implementation
    • Implementing & Reusing Components
    • Understanding & Limitations of JSX
  • Components Styling
    • CSS Styling
    • Scoping & Limitations of Inline Styles
    • CSS Modules, importing css classes
    • Using Psuedo classes / media queries with inline styles
    • Inline Styles with Radium
    • Adding Bootstrap, Semantic UI to React apps
    • Using react-bootstrap, reactstrap packages
  • React Components, Props and State
    • Props and State
    • Two way data-binding
    • Dynamically rendering contents
    • Manipulating the State
    • Functional VS Class Components
    • Parent / Child Communication
    • Handling Events with methods
    • Lists, List and keys
  • Debugging React Apps
    • Understanding React Error Messages & Handling Logical Errors,
    • Debugging React apps using google developer & React DevTool
    • Understanding Error Boundaries
  • Life Cycle of React Component
    • Updating life cycle hooks
    • Pure Components
    • React’s DOM Updating Strategy
    • Returning adjacent elements / Fragments
  • React Components Indepth
    • Higher Order Components
    • Passing unknown Props
    • Validating Props / Using References
    • React Context API
    • Updated Life Cycle hooks
    • Practices followed in React Projects
  • HTTP Requests / Ajax Calls
    • HTTP Requests in React
    • Introduction of “axios package”
    • Creating/Using Axios instances
    • HTTP GET Request, fetching & transforming data
    • Handling Errors
    • Adding / Removing Interceptors
  • React Routing
    • Routing and SPAs
    • Setting Up the Router Package
    • react-router vs react-router-dom
    • Preparing the Project For Routing
    • Passing & extracting route/query parameters
    • Switching Between Pages, Routing-Related Props
    • The “withRouter” HOC & Route Props
    • Navigating Programmatically
    • Switch to Load a Single Route
  • React Forms & Validation
    • Creating a Custom Dynamic Input Component
    • Setting Up a JS Config for the Form
    • Dynamically Create Inputs based on JS Config
    • Adding a Dropdown Component
    • Handling User Input / Form Submission
    • Adding Custom / Fixing Form / Common Validation
    • Adding Validation Feedback
    • Showing Error Messages
    • Handling Overall Form Validity
  • Testing & Deploying
    • Testing React apps with JEST
    • Deploying React App

  • Introduction to Node JS
    • Introduction
    • What is Node JS?
    • Advantages of Node JS
    • Traditional Web Server Model
    • Node.js Process Model
    • Setup Dev Environment
    • Install Node.js on Windows
    • Working in REPL
    • Node JS Console
  • Event Loop
    • Callback Concept
    • Global Objects
    • Streams / Buffers
    • Utility Modules
  • Node Package Manager
    • What is NPM
    • Installing Packages Locally
    • In package.json add Dependency
    • Installing & Updating packages globally
  • Node JS Modules
    • Functions
    • Buffer
    • Module / Module Types
    • Core / Local Modules
    • Module Exports
  • Creating Web server
    • Creating web server
    • Handling http requests
    • Sending requests
  • File System
    • Fs.readFile
    • Writing a File / Asynchronously
    • Opening & Deleting file
    • IO Operations
  • Debugging Node JS Application
    • Core Node JS debugger
    • Debugging with Visual Studio
  • Events
    • EventEmitter class
    • Returning event emitter type
    • Inhering events

Frequently Asked Questions

Basic knowledge of JavaScript, HTML, and CSS, will help you sail through the MEAN Stack classes.

The popularity of MEAN stack development has grown due to its flexibility in creating robust, fast, and maintainable web and mobile applications.

Cyber Success will issue a certificate after completion of the course.

We accept varied payment modes like online banking, UPI, and bank transfers. Do reach out to us if you require any additional information.

Yes, we provide 100% placement assistance by helping to prep for job interviews. We conduct mock interviews, aptitude tests, help design resumes, and schedule job interviews.

MEAN is used by 53 companies, including Accenture, Fiverr, and UNIQLO, and many more.

Yes, indeed. We offer a demo session for students to make up their minds.

The trainers at Cyber Success are well-known industry experts who educate about the competitive market and bestow practical knowledge.

We have already designed a competitive fee structure. However, in case of doubts, you may contact us.

You may attend weekend sessions anytime during one year period from the date of commencement.

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