MERN Stack Development Training in Nepal

MongoDB, ExpressJS, ReactJS & Node.JS (MERN Stack) Training in Kathmandu, Nepal

Duration: 3 Months
Career: MERN Stack Developer
Training Mode: Both, Physical & Live Online Classes
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Description

MERN STACK TRAINING IN NEPAL

Overview

MERN Stack Training in Nepal ((MongoDB, Express.js, React.js, Node.js) from Broadway Infosys is crucial for those interested in discovering how to create web apps using this stack. The course equips students with the abilities and information necessary to master all facets of MERN Stack programming, including database design, server-side scripting, client-side scripting, and more.

This Stack course gives students practical experience using tools and methods commonly used in the industry, allowing them to create scalable and reliable real-world applications. MERN Stack Development Training presents a beneficial chance for people to advance their careers in web development and gain a competitive advantage in the job market because of the rising demand for MERN Stack developers.The core objective of this course is to train developers in Nepal to create a proficient experts to work with both back-end and front-end technologies using a single language, JavaScript. Broadway has proven to accomplish in its objectives since its establishment.


 

Benefits

Why MERN Stack Development course?

  • Demand for MERN Stack developers is high in the job market, and businesses seek qualified individuals to work on their projects.
  • Flexibility: MERN Stack Development is flexible and may be used to build various applications, from straightforward web applications to intricate enterprise-level ones.
  • Open-source technology: The MERN Stack uses only open-source technologies, so it is a cost-effective choice because there are no license fees.
  • Use of a single language for both front-end and back-end development: With MERN Stack, JavaScript can be used for both front-end and back-end development, making it simpler to learn and more efficient to create.
  • Scalability: The MERN Stack has a high degree of scalability, enabling it to manage enormous volumes of traffic and data easily.
  • Usability: MERN Stack Development enables code reuse across several projects, which can help you save a ton of time and effort.
  • MERN Stack Development makes rapid application development possible, which offers a rapid development environment.
  • Strong community backing: The MERN Stack has a sizable and vibrant developer community that consistently contributes to creating fresh tools, libraries, and frameworks.
  • Cross-platform compatibility: MERN Stack-created software is cross-platform, allowing it to function on numerous platforms, including Windows, macOS, and Linux.
  • Constant improvement: The MERN Stack is continually changing, and new additions and upgrades are frequently made, ensuring that it is current and useful.

Career Option

There is a rising need for qualified individuals in the MERN Stack Development industry, which offers a highly bright future for this profession. Job openings for MERN Stack developers can be found across a range of sectors, including e-commerce, banking, healthcare, education, and more. Depending on their qualifications and experience, they may work as full-stack developers, web developers, software developers, front-end developers, or back-end developers.

 Several MERN Stack developers make six-figure incomes, and the average pay is likewise quite competitive. Moreover, MERN Stack Development offers many chances for professional advancement because developers may constantly pick up new skills and adapt to new frameworks to be competitive in the employment market.

MERN Stack Development Training - Outlines
    MERN Stack Development - JavaScript
  • Introduction:

    • Introduction to MERN stack
    • Introduction to JavaScript programming language
    • Technologies around JavaScript.
  • Environment Setup:

    • Introduction to development tools
    • Text Editor, IDE
    • Command Prompt(command line)
    • Node setup
    • Postman
  • Javascript:
  • Overview of JavaScript

    • Brief History of Javascript
    • Variables
    • Operator and Operands
    • Conditionals and Iterations
    • Data types and coercion
    • A brief introduction to data structures like stack, queues, array, and objects Debugging a JS code
    • JS naming conventions
    • A brief introduction to javascript functions and classes
  • EcmaScripts and Modern JavaScript

    • Need of ES language specification Understanding of transpilers and polyfills
    • CommonJs vs ES modules
    • Deep guide to modern ES6+ features
    • Brief introduction to Typescript
    • TypeScript Vs JavaScript
  • Js- Under the Hood

    • Hoisting
    • Block/Global/Local Scopes and Temporal Dead Zones Scopes and Closures
    • Prototypes
    • Asynchronous javascript and WebAPIs usages
    • Global execution context
    • Event loops
  • JavaScript Functions

    • Arguments and Parameters
    • Functions declaration and execution
    • ES6 arrow functions
    • Callback functions
    • Higher Order Functions
  • Git and Versioning
  • Github And Version Controlling

    • Introduction to version control and usage Github, Bitbucket and Gitlab
    • Initializing and cloning git projects
    • Git commit/push
    • Branches and Pull Requests
    • Standard practices for naming GitHub branches
    • The .gitignore file
    • Github exercises: Collaborating in the same repo and handling merge conflicts live.
  • Web Technology
  • Introduction to web flow and Architecture

    • Introduction to web and how it works
    • Client-server architecture definition
    • Introduction to API and it’s need
    • Introduction to REST API
    • The software development/design pattern
    • The famous - MVC pattern
  • Node js
  • Nodejs

    • Introduction to nodejs
    • Requirements for nodejs
    • Nodejs and it’s usages
    • Setup nodejs
  • NPM (Node package Manager)

    • Introduction to NPM
    • Global Vs Local Installation
    • The package.json file
    • Attributes of Package.json
    • Installing and uninstalling packages using npm
    • Introduction to dependency and dev-dependency
  • Introduction to Node builtin modules

    • The http module
    • Creating a node server using http
    • Http module exercise: creating node server using the http module
    • The fs module
    • Handling file read-write operation using fs module
    • FS modules exercise: File read/write operation using fs module
  • Express JS
  • Introduction to Express JS

    • Introduction to framework and Express
    • Setting up an express application
    • Express exercise: Creating a hello world application using express

     

  • Architecturing the Express js application

    • Express flow and how it works
    • Introduction to express application and usages
    • The HTTP protocol
    • Introduction to express routing
    • Express request, response object
  • Express Middlewares

    • Introduction to middlewares
    • Types of middlewares
    • Usages of middlewares
    • The next scope
    • Error handling using middlewares
    • Serving the static files using static
    • File handling using middlewares
  • Authorization and Authentication in Express

    • Introduction to auth and authorization
    • Introduction to json web token
    • Authorization using jwt
    • API protection

     

  • MongoDB
  • Detail of MongoDB

    • Introduction to database and existing database around
    • Understanding NoSQL (schema less database)
    • Introduction to MongoDB (collection and documents)
    • CRUD operations using shell command
    • Using Mongodb Native driver with Node
    • Database modeling using ODM
    • Using mongodb-compass (ui based database system)
    • Update, insert delete and upsert documents
    • Aggregation in mongodb
    • Map reduce
  • Express with MongoDB

    • Building APIs with express js and mongodb
    • Using MongoDB as data store in express app with Mongoose

      Backend Project: API development using node js, express js and mongodb
  • Frontend Technology
  • Basic Web Overview

    • Introduction to HTML
    • Introduction to html tags, attributes and properties
    • Introduction to css
    • Importance and uses of css in a web design
    • HTML/CSS Practice: Creating and designing basic web designs

     

  • Responsive Web design tools

    • Introduction to responsive vs non-responsive design
    • Bootstrap, a css based framework
    • Alternatives of bootstrap
  • The React js
  • Introduction

    • The objective of this training
    • Present scenario/Scopes of this technology.
    • Environment setup
    • Node and npm
    • Vscode
  • Overview of Javascript

    • Brief History of Javascript
    • Variables
    • Operator and Operands
    • Conditionals and Iterations
    • Data types and coercion
    • A brief introduction to data structures like stack, queues, array, and objects
    • Debugging a JS code
    • JS naming conventions
    • A brief introduction to javascript functions and classes

     

  • EcmaScript and modern javascript

    • Need of ES language specification
    • Understanding of transpilers and polyfills
    • CommonJs vs ES modules
    • Deep guide to modern ES6+ features
  • JS- under the hood

    • Hoisting
    • Block/Global/Local Scopes and Temporal Dead Zones
    • Scopes and Closures
    • Prototypes
    • Asynchronous javascript and WebAPIs usages
    • Global execution context
    • Event loops
  • Functions

    • Arguments and Parameters
    • Functions declaration and execution
    • Pure and Impure Functions
    • ES6 arrow functions
    • IIFE and anonymous functions
    • Callback functions
    • Higher Order Functions
  • Github

    • Introduction to version control and usage
    • Github, Bitbucket and Gitlab
    • Initializing and cloning git projects
    • Git commit/push
    • Branches and Pull Requests
    • Standard practices for naming GitHub branches
    • Github exercises: Collaborating in the same repo and handling merge conflicts live.

     

  • Overview of React

    • Understanding react as a library and its ecosystem
    • Difference between libraries and frameworks
    • Setting up react with CDN without using any frameworks
    • A brief overview of how react library can be used in web frameworks such as create- react-app, Gatsby, next.js, etc and mobile frameworks like react-native
    • Introduction to react components, folder structure, and architecture
    • Functional and Class based Components in react
    • React Component Lifecycle Methods
    • Styling a react component
    • Introduction to SPAs
    • Virtual DOM in react
  • Getting started with react fundamentals

    • State
    • State exercise: Build a like button, counter apps, etc using react state and useState hooks
    • Props
    • Props exercise: pass data from parents to child, child to parent, and from one child to its siblings
    • Refs
    • Refs exercise: Targeting a particular DOM, scrolling to a particular DOM, autofocusing an input filed programmatically, etc using useRef hooks
    • Higher-Order Components
    • HOC exercise: Building reusable components using Recompose
  • React Router

    • Introduction
    • Setup react-router to handle routes
    • Protected and nested routes
  • React Forms

    • Basics of react forms and handling various types of form fields and events
    • Client-side form validation
    • Advanced form handling with Formik and schema validators like Yup or regex
  • REST API

    • Understanding of REST API
    • HTTP methods and protocols
    • Understanding of Fetch API, axios, and interceptors
  • NEXT JS

    • Introduction to Next.js and its benefits.
    • Intro to nextjs page router and app router
    • Creating API endpoints with Next.js.
    • Understanding of Server-Side Rendering (SSR) and Static Site Generation (SSG) with nextjs
    • Fetching data from API routes.
    • Integrating API routes into a Next.js app.
    • Implementing user authentication and handling cookies storages.
    • Handling user sessions and access control.
    • Introduction to serverless functions in Next.js.
    • Implementing OAuth-based authentication (e.g., using OAuth providers like Google, Facebook, or GitHub).
  • Redux

    • Flux Architecture
    • State management using Redux
    • Reducers
    • Action Creators and action types
    • Using redux middleware libraries such as sagas, thunks, and Rxjs to handle asynchronous side effects
    • Using redux logger middlewares and redux dev tools to track state changes
    • Using redux persist to handle storage in the react application
  • GRAPHQL

    • Understanding of GraphQL
    • Understanding of data under-fetching and over-fetching
    • Query, arguments, and mutation
    • Variables in graphql
    • Graphql fragments
    • Setting up client side graphql in react with Apollo
  • WebSockets

    • Introduction to real-time web socket communication
    • Socket io client setup in react
    • Getting connected to sockets and disconnecting a web socket
    • Emitting data and retrieving data to and from a connected socket
  • Test Driven Development with React

    • Overview of various types of software testing
    • Introduction to Unit testing a web application
    • Setting up Jest
    • UI testing, writing tests for mocked APIs
    • Code coverage with jest
  • React Performance

    • Understanding of how a react component renders and re-renders
    • An in-depth guide to memoization in react and using performance optimization hooks such as useMemo and useCallback
    • Guide to using dev tools and react Profiler
    • Lazy loading and code splitting
    • Setting up webpack configs, compressing the react app build size
  • Projects

    • Online Reservation System
    • E-commerce Website
    • Project Management System
    • Online Inventory
    • Real time Ride Sharing Application
Upcoming Class Schedule
22 Apr 2024 05:30 PM - 07:00 PM
22 Apr 2024 06:00 PM - 07:30 PM
24 Apr 2024 06:30 AM - 08:00 AM
28 Apr 2024 06:30 AM - 08:00 AM
28 Apr 2024 12:00 PM - 01:30 PM
28 Apr 2024 03:00 PM - 04:30 PM
28 Apr 2024 06:00 PM - 07:30 PM
05 May 2024 06:30 AM - 08:00 AM
05 May 2024 06:00 PM - 07:30 PM
12 May 2024 04:30 PM - 06:00 PM

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