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PG Certificate Program in Full Stack Development

12 months

Starts 12/06/2021

PG Certificate Program in Full Stack Development

The full-stack development postgraduate program is available for students who graduate in any IT stream all software development professionals looking for PG certification. It is a tailored made program for candidates to learn as per the current industry standards. 

The full-stack development program is designed so that students can acquire knowledge of front-end development, middleware development, and back-end development. At the end of this program, candidates will build a complete application, test the code, and deploy it.

Students will have access to real-life 40 industry projects and three months of an online internship, which will be part of the core curriculum. After completing of training, students will be certified from IBM certification is postgraduate in full-stack development.

PG Certificate Program in Full Stack Development

The full-stack development postgraduate program is available for students who graduate in any IT stream all software development professionals looking for PG certification. It is a tailored made program for candidates to learn as per the current industry standards. 

The full-stack development program is designed so that students can acquire knowledge of front-end development, middleware development, and back-end development. At the end of this program, candidates will build a complete application, test the code, and deploy it.

Students will have access to real-life 40 industry projects and three months of an online internship, which will be part of the core curriculum. After completing of training, students will be certified from IBM certification is postgraduate in full-stack development.

PG Certificate Program in Full Stack Development

12 months

Starts 12/06/2021

Program Features

As per your convenience

Weekday or weekend; morning or evening. Multiple options for everyone.

Never miss a class

You can always switch to another batch, depending upon your availability.

Personal Learning Manager

A human, who is Ridiculously Committed to answer all your queries.

Lifetime Access

You'll have the keys to all our presentations, quizzes, installation guides. All for a lifetime!

Job outlooks

3 millions career Opportunity

for those seeking to become a full-stack developer.

Salary Trend

An average full stack developer earns a median annual salary of about $75.05K a year. However, with the right skills and proper advocacy, some can command a market value of $113K a year.

28 % Annual Growth

observed in the number of full-stack development openings across the globe.

The average salary for a full stack developer is $113,216 per year

Duration: 12 Months

No Cost EMI Available

40 Projects

Program fees

₹ 99,999

Easy EMI Available | Guaranteed Placements in Top FAANG Companies *

With a course fee of 99,999/- PG Certificate Program in Full Stack Development by WikQik is a must’ve for everyone. Hurry Up!

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PG Certificate Program in Full Stack Development

Full Stack Web Development Masters Program will enable you to build interactive and responsive web applications using both front-end and back-end technologies. It starts with basics of Web Development, covers JavaScript and jQuery essentials, guides you to build remarkable user interface via Angular or React, helps you to build scalable backend applications using Express & Node.js plus manage data using MongoDB.
 

Course Curriculum

Module1

  • Introduction to Linux
  • Root
  • Basic commands
  • Editors
  • OS installation
  • Basic system configuration and administration
  • Understanding files and directories
  • Schedulers
  • User administration
  • Software installation

Module1 – Basic HTML

  • Introduction to HTML
  • What’s new in HTML5?
  • Tools and Editors
  • Introduction to tags
  • Making first HTML page
  • Basic tags – html, head, body, paragraph, heading
  • Text formatting
  • Lists


Module2 – Advanced HTML

  • Hyperlinking
  • Iframes
  • Audio player
  • Video player
  • Tables
  • Forms and form elements
  • Comments
  • Meta tags


Module3 – CSS

  • Introduction
  • Selectors, properties and attributes
  • Types of css
  • Colors and backgrounds
  • Element types
  • Float and clear
  • Positioning


Module4 – Javascript

  • Introduction
  • Developer Console
  • Hello world
  • Code structure
  • Variables
  • Datatypes
  • Type Conversion
  • Operators
  • Comparison
  • Interaction
  • Flow Control
  • Loops
  • Switch statements
  • Functions
  • Arrow functions
  • Debugging
  • Classes and Objects
  • Constructors and new operator
  • Inheritance
  • Garbage Collection
  • Arrays and strings
  • Map and set
  • Date and time
  • Introduction to JSON
  • Scheduling
  • Error handling
  • Promises, async/await
  • DOM
  • get Element* and query Selector*
  • Attributes and properties
  • Modifying the document
  • Styles and classes
  • Introduction to events
  • Event Handling
  • Popups


Module5 – Jquery

  • Introduction
  • Basics
  • Objects and arrays
  • Functions
  • Built-in functions
  • Selectors
  • Attributes
  • Attribute methods
  • DOM Manipulation
  • Event Handling
  • AJAX


Module6 – Bootstrap

  • Introduction
  • Grid system
  • Responsiveness
  • Style classes
  • Tables
  • Icons
  • Dropdowns
  • Forms
  • Navigation
  • Carousel

Module1

  • Introduction
  • Angular CLI
  • Node JS Introduction
  • Typescript Introduction
  • Create your first app


Module2

  • Components in Angular
  • Modules in Angular
  • Nesting Components
  • Component templates
  • Component styles and selectors


Module3

  • Databinding
  • Splitting application into components
  • String Interpolation
  • Property binding
  • Binding with custom events
  • Two way binding
  • Combine form with data binding
  • Encapsulation
  • Using local Reference in templates
  • Component Lifecycle
  • Hooks


Module4

  • Directives
  • Using output data conditionally
  • ngif and else
  • output list
  • Dynamic CSS
  • Renderer
  • HostBinding and Hostlistener
  • ngSwitch


Module5

  • Dependency Injection
  • What are Services
  • Logging Service and Injection
  • Create Data Service
  • Instance of Services
  • Insert Service into Services
  • How to use service in Cross Component
  • What is Hierarchical Injector


Module6

  • Routing
  • Loading of Routes
  • Navigation and its path
  • Styling of Router Links
  • Relative Path Navigation
  • Define parameter in Routing
  • Fetch Routing Parameter
  • Observables
  • Passing & Retrieving Parameters & Fragments
  • Nested Routing
  • Config Query Parameters
  • Redirection Routes
  • Route configuration
  • Route Guards
  • Protect Routes with canActivate
  • Navigation Controlling
  • Static Data in Route
  • Location Strategies


Module7

  • Form Handling
  • Reactive Approach
  • Create Template Driven Forms
  • What is Registering Control
  • Use and Submit of Forms
  • Access of Forms
  • How to add validation in use input
  • Build-In Validation
  • HTML5 Validation
  • Output Validation and Error Messages
  • Two Way Binding
  • Grouping
  • Radio Button Handling
  • Patch Forms Values
  • Resetting Templates form Forms


Module8

  • What is Reactive Forms
  • Create Reactive form through code
  • Syncing of HTML and Form
  • Adding Validation
  • Submit Forms
  • Grouping
  • Form Control Arrays
  • Custom Validators
  • Relative Forms
  • Async validation
  • Value changes and Reacting to status


Module9

  • What is Pipes in Angular
  • How we use pipes
  • Chaining Multiple pipes in angular
  • parameterizing a pipe
  • Filter Pipe
  • Impure & Pure Pipe
  • async Pipes


Module10

  • What are HTTP Requests
  • How it works
  • How to send requests
  • Adjusting Request Headers
  • How to handle Get and Put Request
  • Catching HTTP Error
  • async with HTTP Requests


Module11

  • What is Authentication
  • How Authentication Work
  • Introduction to JSON Web Tokens
  • Creating Page and Route
  • Firebase SDK
  • User Signing UP and In
  • Sending Token & Requiring
  • Authentication Status
  • How to add Logout button
  • Protection & Redirection of Route


Module12

  • What is the idea behind Modules
  • What is feature Modules and how we create it
  • What is App Modules
  • Registering Routes in Feature Modules
  • What is Shared Module and how we create
  • Create the Auth Feature module
  • What is Lazy Loading
  • How to Modules & Services works
  • What is Core Module
  • How to Create Basic Core Module
  • AoT Compilation with CLI


Module13

  • What is HttpClient and how we unlock it
  • Request Configuration with Response
  • Request Events
  • Set up Headers
  • HTTP Parameters
  • Progress
  • What is Interceptors
  • Modify Request in Interceptors
  • Multiple Interceptors


Module14

  • What are Angular Animations
  • Triggers and State
  • Switch between States
  • Basic and Advanced Transitions
  • What is a void state
  • Keyframes in animation
  • Grouping
  • Animation Callback


Module15

  • What is Unit Testing
  • How to Analyze CLI Testing Setup
  • Running Test with CLI
  • Components and dependencies
  • Async Tasks
  • Adding Component with tests
  • Difference between Isolated and Non-isolated Tests

Module1

  • Introduction
  • RDBMS
  • Constraints
  • Normalisation
  • Syntax
  • Operators
  • Database queries
  • Table queries
  • Indexes
  • Handling duplicates
  • Indexes

Module1

  • Introduction
  • Advantages
  • Environment
  • Data Modelling
  • Database
  • Collections
  • Documents
  • Records
  • Indexing
  • Aggregation
  • Replication
  • Sharding
  • Backup
  • Deployment


Module2

  • Relationships
  • Database references
  • Covered queries
  • Analyzing queries
  • Atomic Operations
  • Advanced Indexing
  • Indexing limitations
  • ObjectId
  • MapReduce
  • Text Search
  • Regular Expression
  • RockMongo
  • GridFS
  • Capped Collection
  • Auto-increment sequence

Module1

  • Introduction
  • The importance of being asynchronous
  • Node.js Event loop
  • The Node.js process


Module2

  • The File System Module
  • Reading Directories
  • Reading Files
  • Streams


Module3

  • Creating servers with HTTP
  • The Http server class
  • Parsing requests
  • HTTP streaming


Module4

  • Building APIs using modules, events and packages
  • CommonJS Modules
  • The global object
  • Directories as Modules
  • npm Packages
  • Managing Dependencies
  • npm scripts


Module5

  • Asynchronous Javascript
  • Asynchronous Control Flow with Callbacks
  • Promises
  • Async/Await
  • The EventEmitter API
  • Third Party Async packages


Module6

  • REST
  • Introduction to ExpressJS
  • Routing
  • Responding
  • Configuration
  • Views
  • Middlewares
  • Receiving Data
  • Error Handling


Module7

  • Working With Data
  • MongoDB
  • Mongoose ODM
  • Mongoose Schema
  • Mongoose Model
  • Querying with Mongoose


Module8

  • Authentication With Passport and JWT
  • Stateful vs. Stateless Authentication
  • OAuth2
  • Passport
  • JWT – JSON Web Tokens


Module9

  • Hosting Standalone Node
  • Why do we need hosts
  • Forever
  • PM2
  • Node on Windows
  • Node as a Windows Service
  • IISNode


Module10

  • Hosting Complex Node Architectures with Docker
  • What is Docker
  • Docker CLI
  • Docker File system & Volumes
  • Docker Files
  • Containers Communication
  • Docker Compose

Module1

  • Introduction
  • Setup
  • Expo


Module2

  • Understanding the App.js
  • View Component And Intro to Styles
  • Intro to Flexbox
  • Our First UI + SafeAreaView


Module3

  • Setting Up The Layout
  • Adding State
  • Props And Custom Component
  • Elements
  • setState()


Module4

  • Functional or Stateless Components
  • PropTypes and Default Props
  • Custom Button and props.children


Module5

  • Intro to Lifecycle Methods
  • Intro To React Navigation
  • AppSwitch Navigator
  • Stack Navigator
  • Configuring the header
  • Drawer Navigator


Module5

  • Intro to Firebase
  • Signing in User
  • Detecting if the user is logged in
  • Installing Firebase Cloud Functions
  • Sign Up User using Firebase Cloud Functions
  • Sign Up User Without Cloud Functions
  • Modifying the state for firebase
  • Database Manipulation


Module6

  • Intro to Redux
  • Adding Redux To Our App
  • Appwide Loading Indicator
  • Installing Firebase Cloud Functions
  • Sign Up User using Firebase Cloud Functions
  • Sign Up User Without Cloud Functions
  • Modifying the state for firebase
  • Database Manipulation


Module7

  • File Handling
  • Uploading Files
  • Downloading Files
  • Displaying Files

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FAQ

The languages used by full stack developers are numerous. However, Python is the most popular in the list.

Yes, definitely. Full stack developer is one of the best careers in the IT industry.

Yes, ofcourse, as the course is for everyone who want to be a full stack developer.

The average salary of a full stack developer fresher is around 5 lakhs per annum whereas as an experienced developer can get upto 15 lakhs per annum.

The demand of full stack developers in the IT industry is high as they are very much useful for the company and counted as company assets.

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