MEAN Stack Developer

MEAN MEAN is an acronym for Mongo DB, Express.js and Angular js, all of which function upon Node.js. This is a platform that allows one to build applications using code as little as possible while taking a solid view of all the components that comprises it. Moreover, writing the complete code from client to server using only JavaScript is like a dream come true for beginners who want working apps in a short period of time. Take your career to the next level by acquiring this MEAN Stack certification program from our institute which proves that you are an expert at JavaScript technologies of the most popular MEAN Stack.

MEAN Register with us, as we explore this advanced new technology of MEAN web development in this detailed Mean Stack training and learn to develop great web apps that could transform the industry!

Mean Stack Training in Indore

  • You will learn to Code a MEAN Stack Application
  • Develop Single Page Applications
  • Route the Single Page Application
  • Write Express Back-End Web Services
  • Consume Express Web Services
  • Develop AngularJS Reusable Services, Filters and Directives
  • Create and Query MongoDB Documents


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  • keyboard_arrow_rightIntroduction to Java and OOPS
  • keyboard_arrow_rightJava Tokens- Comments, Identifiers, Keywords, Separators
  • keyboard_arrow_rightWorking with Java Editor Softwares – Editplus, NetBeans, Eclipse
  • keyboard_arrow_rightPackages with static imports
  • keyboard_arrow_rightWorking with jar
  • keyboard_arrow_rightModifiers – File level, Access level and Non-access level
  • keyboard_arrow_rightDatatypes, Literals, Variables, Type Conversion, Casting & Promotion
  • keyboard_arrow_rightReading runtime values from keyboard and Properties File
  • keyboard_arrow_rightOperators and Control Statements
  • keyboard_arrow_rightMethod and Types of methods
  • keyboard_arrow_rightVariable and Types of Variables
  • keyboard_arrow_rightConstructor and Types of constructors
  • keyboard_arrow_rightBlock and Types of Blocks
  • keyboard_arrow_rightDeclarations, Invocations and Executions
  • keyboard_arrow_rightCompiler & JVM Architecture with Reflection API
  • keyboard_arrow_rightStatic Members and their execution control flow
  • keyboard_arrow_rightNon-Static Members and their execution control flow
  • keyboard_arrow_rightFinal Variables and their rules
  • keyboard_arrow_rightClasses and Types of classes
  • keyboard_arrow_rightOOPS- Fundamentals, Models, Relations and Principles
  • keyboard_arrow_rightCoupling and Cohesion (MVC and LCRP Architectures)
  • keyboard_arrow_rightTypes of objects & Garbage Collection
  • keyboard_arrow_rightArrays and Var-arg types
  • keyboard_arrow_rightEnum and Annotation
  • keyboard_arrow_rightDesign Patterns
  • keyboard_arrow_rightAPI and API Documentation
  • keyboard_arrow_rightFundamental Classes – Object, Class, System, Runtime
  • keyboard_arrow_rightString Handling
  • keyboard_arrow_rightException Handling and Assertions
  • keyboard_arrow_rightMultithreading with JVM Architecture
  • keyboard_arrow_rightIO Streams (File IO)
  • keyboard_arrow_rightNetworking (Socket Programming)
  • keyboard_arrow_rightWrapper Classes with Auto boxing and unboxing
  • keyboard_arrow_rightCollections with Generics
  • keyboard_arrow_rightJava 5, 6, 7, 8 new features
  • keyboard_arrow_rightInner classes
  • keyboard_arrow_rightAWT, Swings, Applet
  • keyboard_arrow_rightRegular Expressions
  • keyboard_arrow_rightFormatting date, time (java.text package)

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