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Mean Stack

Mean Stack

About Mean Stack

The term MEAN stack refers to a collection of JavaScript based technologies used to develop web applications. MEAN is an acronym for MongoDB, ExpressJS, AngularJS and Node.js. From client to server to database, MEAN is full stack JavaScript. This article explores the basics of the MEAN stack and shows how to create a simple bucket list application.

 
Course 1 : All-in-One JavaScript Development Suite
  • Fundamentals Of JavaScript
  • JavaScript for Beginning Web Developers
  • JavaScript for Absolute Beginners
  • Fundamentals of jQuery
  • Fundamentals of Ajax Development
  • Create a node.js Real Time Chat Application
  • Advanced JavaScript
Course 2 : All-In-One HTML/HTML5 And CSS/CSS3 Suite
  • All-In-One HTML/HTML5 And CSS/CSS3 Suite
  • Applying Designs to WireFrames with HTML5 and CSS3
  • Build Your Own HTML5 Video Player
  • Building Responsive Websites with HTML5 and CSS3
  • HTML5 and CSS3 Site Design
  • HTML5 Mobile Game Development by Example - Educational Game
  • HTML5 Mobile Game Development by Example -Veggies vs Zombies
  • Make HTML5 Games with No Coding Required
  • Understanding HTML5 Input Types
  • Website Wireframing with HTML5 and CSS3
Course 3 : Node.Js Training
  • Introduction and Foundation
  • Node Projects
  • Working with shrink-wrap to lock the node modules versions
  • Working with asynchronous programming
  • Building a HTTP Server with Node.JS using HTTP APIs
  • File System
  • Buffers, Streams, and Events
  • Multi-Processing in NodeJS
  • ExpressJS
  • Express JS with MongoDB and Sqlite
  • io, The Front-end, and A Chat App
  • Introduction to Task Managers with unit testing
Course 4 : Angular Training
  • What is a SPA? What is Angular?
  • Preparing for TypeScript
  • Angular-4 new features
  • Building with A4 Components
  • Bootstrap Scaffolding
  • Angular 4 Binding and Events
  • Dependency Injection and services
  • Directives
  • Pipes
  • Forms
  • HTTP, Promises, and Observables
  • Testing
Course 5 : MongoDB Developer
  • Course Introduction
  • Introduction to NoSQL databases
  • MongoDB A Database for the Modern Web
  • CRUD Operations in MongoDB
Course 6 : EXPRESSJS
  • EXPRESSJS – OVERVIEW
  • EXPRESSJS – ENVIRONMENT
  • EXPRESSJS – HELLO WORLD
  • EXPRESSJS – ROUTING
  • EXPRESSJS – HTTP METHODS
  • EXPRESSJS – URL BUILDING
  • EXPRESSJS – MIDDLEWARE
  • EXPRESSJS – TEMPLATING
  • EXPRESSJS – SERVING STATIC FILES
  • EXPRESSJS – FORM DATA
  • EXPRESSJS – DATABASE
  • EXPRESSJS – COOKIES
  • EXPRESSJS – SESSIONS
  • EXPRESSJS – AUTHENTICATION
  • EXPRESSJS – RESTFUL APIS
  • EXPRESSJS – SCAFFOLDING
  • EXPRESSJS – ERROR HANDLING
  • EXPRESSJS – DEBUGGING