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Mern Stack Training

  • This workshop aims at equipping the participants as a MERN stack developer with the necessary knowledge and skills required to build applications with cutting edge technologies, frameworks and tools.
  • By the end of this workshop participants will build a single page application that can perform many CRUD operations and call REST API’s by following best design principles which make the application easy to test and maintain.
  • Case Study based approach where participants can able to build applications that will make use all the technologies together
  • Master on Go programming language and its core
  • Learn in-depth on Go functions, including functional
  • Write highly maintainable and extensible systems with Go’s type
  • Write high-performance, concurrent systems using Go’s concurrency primitives and various concurrency
  • Build real-world web apps and RESTful APIs in
  • Persistence with databases such as MongoDB, CockroachDB, InfluxDB and SQL databases.
  • Testing Go
  • Build highly scalable distributed systems and microservices with gRPC and NATS Streaming

5 Days

No pre-requiste needed

  • Introduction to Javascript
  • Introduction to ES6
  • New in ES6
  •  Classes
  •  let and const
  •  Arrow functions
  •  Enhanced Object Literals
  •  Destructuring
  •  Spread Operator
  •  Rest operator
  • Need for React
  • Overview
  • What are Components in React
  • Single Page Applications
  • Language used to build React App
  • Setting up React with Node
  • Installing node and npm
  • Installing React
  • Document Structure
  • Main entry file
  • package.json and node modules
  • npm commands to create and run React Application
  • Creating and Running first react app in node
  • Advantages of Virtual DOM
  • Finding how JS modifies the Real DOM
  • Finding Virtual DOM modifies the Real DOM
  • JSX
  • JSX Syntax
  • View components using JSX
  • Using JSX to create view classes
  • Creating views without using JSX
  • JSX Precompilation
  • Using JSX in the server
  • Components, Props and States
  • Component Life-Cycle
  • Extracting Components
  • Component Events
  • Using States and Properties
  • Initializing States & Properties
  • Updating states
  • Passing Arguments to Event Handlers
  • Conditional Rendering
  • Elements Variables
  • Inline If
  • Preventing components from rendering
  • Lists and Keys
  • Basic List
  • Extracting components with Keys
  • Embedding map()
  • Forms and Controlled Components
  • Text
  • Text Area
  • Select
  • Multiple Inputs
  • Accessing DOM nodes using refs
  • Fragments
  • Principle of One-Way and Two-Way Data Binding
  • Best Practices
  • React with jQuery
  • Calling Webservices from React with Axios
  • Building React App for production
  • Overview
  • NoSQL
  • What is MongoDB?
  • JSON primer
  • When / why should you use MongoDB?
  • Installation and Administration
  • Java Environment
  • Installing MongoDB
  • Starting and stopping MongoDB server
  • The JavaScript console
  • MongoDB Basics
  • Servers
  • Databases
  • Collections
  • Documents / Objects
  • CRUD
  • Different set of MongoDB commands
  • insertOne
  • insertMany
  • updateOne
  • updateMany
  • forEach
  • remove
  • Introduction to NodeJS
  • NodeJS background
  • History
  • How it works
  • HTTP Module
  • Making a request and response mechanism
  • Build a web server step by step
  • Serving to files
  • Serving to Json Data
  • Collection post data from web pages
  • Package Manager – NPMS
  • Installing npms locally and globally on mac
  • Installing npms locally and globally on windows
  • Working with npms
  • File servers with httpsters
  • Working with Web servers
  • The package.json file
  • Intro to Express JS
  • Express routing and CORS
  • Express Post bodies and params
  • Performing operations using HTTP methods
  • POST
  • PUT
  • GET
  • DELETE
  • Extracting path parameters
  • Extracting request parameters
  • Sending and Receiving JSON data
  • Calling the services with React Applications