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Create a MEAN Stack application step by step from the Scratch. Learn the top skills of full-stack web development with Node JS, Mongo DB, Express, and Angular modules.
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Why Learn MEAN Stack Development ?

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Web Development stands on the foundation of the building and maintaining cloud-based applications that are used for various purposes, and to develop an application it becomes necessary to employ a standardized stack software. This is where the MEAN comes into the picture, MEAN is the latest trend in full-stack JavaScript development that combines the technologies MongoDB, Express.js, AngularJS, and Node.js.

MEAN works perfectly for JavaScript developers as it enables the entire client-to-server code to be written in JavaScript. The other advantages of MEAN add up to its flexibility and open-source nature, which make it comparatively easy to learn and customize applications to suit one’s needs.

Java has been ruling the roost as the no 1 programming language for many years now. The rough estimates also state that there might be more than 3 billion devices all over the world that run on Java scripts. So, MEAN being a collection of leading Java programming languages eliminates the need to hire different personnel for different parts of the application.

After learning MEAN Stack you are ready for creating end-to-end encryption for cloud-ready applications with ease. The fundamentals of MEAN Stack Development lie in its own web server and database, they can be used much more efficiently to create cloud hosting applications in a cost-effective and productive manner.

What will you learn?

1. Build Mean Stack Application

Create MEAN Stack Application with the help of new ES6 (JavaScript) and TypeScript in a little time
2. Basic SPAs – Route and Development
Learn the ways to develop and route basic Single Page Applications (SPAs)with the help of Mean Stack.
3. Build RESTful API
Study the steps for designing a web app and RESTful API server with the help of Mean Stack software.
4. Develop Module
Study the ways to develop different parts of an app like filters, controllers, services, and directives
5. Protect your app
Learn how to develop and build RESTful APIs with Node.js and Express with various security features
6. Model-driven forms
Build dynamic Model-driven forms easier to unit test and create database back- end

Who Should Take Up MEAN Stack Course


Learning Objectives :

Understanding node runtime the need for async programming.

Topics :

   Installing Node.js

  Node’s Event Loop

  Writing asynchronous code

Hands-on workshop description :

Design an example of a restaurant that uses an async communication pattern for receiving and completing orders.

Learning Objectives :

Dive deeper into async programming syntaxes in JavaScript.

 Topics :


   Installing & configuring Docker in Amazon Linux EC2




Hands-on :

Understand and solve various problems with different async programming styles.

Learning Objectives :

  Learn about modularizing node.js code, and the use of npm.

 Topics :

  Know about built-in module

  Understand the techniques for modularizing JavaScript code

  Use of require() for modularizing application code

  Use of npm for third-party modules

  Handling Exceptions

Hands-on :

  Designing a user-defined module that uses a built-in, third party, and other user-defined modules.

Learning Objectives :

Learn the ways to code event-driven node programs, along with streams to deal with large volumes of data.

 Topics :

  EventEmitter class

  Understanding Streams

  Reading and writing streams

   Using pipe()

Learning Objectives :

Understand the ways to deal with file and binary data programming in node.js.

 Topics :

   Process Object

   Manipulating File System

   Understanding Buffers

Hands-on :

  Design node program that offers CRUD with the file system along with handling global exceptions.


Learning Objectives :

   Get knowledge about low-level HTTP API in node.

 Topics :

  Managing web requests

   Designing a web server

Hands-on :

  Build a web server with the use of an HTTP module.

Learning Objectives :

Learn the main features of the express js framework.

 Topics :

  Installing Express.js


   Queries in routing and Parameters

   Building views using view engine of choice (ejs / jade / handlebars)

   Utilizing blocks for layout

   Working with forms

    Displaying data

    Serving files

    Error Handling

Hands-on :

Build a web application and API that makes use of express features like routing and views.

Learning Objectives :

Understand the significance of security in web apps and ways to secure apps using passport.js.

Topics :

  Authentication & Authorization using local user

  Protecting API with JWT

Hands-on  :

  Guard the web API built in the previous module with JWT.

Learning Objectives :

Learn the ways of making real-time applications in nodes using socket.io

 Topics :

  Know the requirement of WebSockets

   Install and setup socket.io

   Generate real-time dashboard

Hands-on  :

   Generate a dashboard application that updates the order stats in real-time.

Learning Objectives :

Learn the ways to deal with the scaling of node apps and child process.

Topics :

   The Child process model

   Exec, spawn, and fork functions

   Using the Cluster module

Hands-on  :

   Cluster the web API built in the previous module.

Learning Objectives :

Learn to write unit test code for node.

Topics :

  Understand unit testing

  Install and setup mocha and chai

   Write unit tests to test AP

Hands-on :

   Create unit test to the API. 

Learning Objectives :

  Understand the differences between SQL and NoSQL, document vs other types of storage. Also, study the ways to install and set up Mongo and connecting to Mongo server using Mongo client.

Topics :

   Installing MongoDB

   The current SQL/NoSQL landscape

    Document-oriented vs. other types of storage

   Mongo’s features

   Common use-cases

   MongoDB databases

   MongoDB Collections

   MongoDB Documents


Learning Objectives :

  Study the ways to perform CRUD operations on Mongo documents.

Topics :

   Creating documents




   Querying documents


   Working with equality

   Query operators

   Building complex queries

   Updating documents

   Deleting documents

Hands-on workshop description :

  Work with Mongo client to create database, documents, and collection. Retrieve, update and delete documents.

Learning Objectives :

 Understand the working of ODM/ORM and the need for Mongoose in node and Mongo-powered applications.

 Topics :

  Word on ORM/ODM

  Installing Mongoose

  Connecting to MongoDB from Mongoose

Hands-on :

 Installing and setting up Mongoose.

Learning Objectives :

  Get your hands on the features of Mongoose like schemas, models, modifiers, virtual fields.

Topics :

  Understand the Mongoose schemas and datatypes

   Work with Models

   Use modifiers in the schema

   Use virtual fields

   CRUD operations with Mongoose.

Hands-on  :

  Build a node application that delivers CRUD using Mongoose. Describe Mongoose schema, model, Design model instance, CRUD with the use of model instance.

Learning Objectives :

   Know more about the features of Mongoose like hooks, data, validating model static methods vs instance methods.

Topics :

    Work with hooks

    Validation of model data

    Build custom static methods

    Building custom instance methods

Hands-on :

   Design Mongoose hooks to tap into the data creation and retrieval process.

Learning Objectives :

  Understanding what you will learn in this course.

Learning Objectives :

   Study Single Page Application vs Multi-Page Application, pros, and cons of SPA vs MPA.

 Topics :

   Know the developer experience delivered by angular tooling

   Learn about the high-level summary of the structure and its community

   User Experience similar to a Desktop Application

    Tooling and Productivity



   Full-featured Framework.

    A platform for Targeting Native Mobile, not just Web Browsers.

Learning Objectives :

  Know all about the angular history and notable improvements on each version.

Topics :

   AngularJS (Angular 1.x)

   Angular 2

   Angular 4

   Angular 5

   Angular 6

   Angular 7

   Angular 8

Learning Objectives :

   Understand why typescript is different from javascript and the latest useful syntaxes of ES6.

Topics :


   Understanding Typescript

   The use of Typescript

   Installation and Setup

    IDE support

   Scoping using Let and Const Keywords ( ES6 )

   Template Literals ( ES6 )

   Spread Syntax and Rest Parameters ( ES6 )

   Destructuring ( ES6 )

Hands-on  :

  Design variables using let and const, perform multi-line strings with template literals, use spread, and rest operators with functions, pull values for arrays and objects using destructuring.

Learning Objectives :

  Get knowledge of the type system of typescript.

 Topics :


   Type inference

   Type Annotations









   Null and Undefined

   Never (Typescript 2)

Hands-on :

   Create a variable with varying TS-supported data types.

Learning Objectives :

  Understand the ways to use functions and the ways to take advantage of strict typing in function definition and invocation. Also, learn the functional style that influenced arrow function and its benefits and limitations.

 Topics :

  Start with the basics

   Using types in functions

   Function as types

   Optional and default parameters

  Arrow functions

Hands-on :

  Deploy functions with mandatory, optional, and default parameters. Design arrow functions.

Learning Objectives :

   Enhance your style of developing applications using typescript classes, also experience the power of encapsulation with typescript access modifiers and additional essential features of typescript classes

Topics :



   Access modifiers

   Getters and setters

   Readonly & static

Hands-on  :

  Implement inheritance and design classes with properties, methods, and accessors.

Learning Objectives :

 Understand the importance of interfaces in achieving the structural contracts along with the behavior contracts.

 Topics :


    Optional properties and methods

    Strict structural contract

    Extending interface

    Implementing interface

Hands-on :

   Design an interface and utilize it to validate object shapes.

Learning Objectives :

   Know the importance of modules in JavaScript and their usage in typescript.

Topics :





Hands-on  :

   Build modules and import them into another module. 

Learning Objectives :

  Study aspect-oriented programming patterns with the help of a decorator

Learning Objectives :

  Learn the setup and installation of Angular CLI and create a new project in the command-line tool. Dive deeper into the aspect of project structure and the significance of project files.

Topics :

   Angular CLI

   Anatomy of the project

   Debugging Angular apps

    Work with Augury

Hands-on :

   Build a fresh Angular CLI project using Angular CLI, execute and debug.

Learning Objectives :

  Get the insights of Angular and its programmable members. The following module is the foundation of the entire course.

 Topics :





   Data binding



   Dependency injection

Learning Objectives :

   Understand the importance of the Angular module system, gain an insight into the need for modules, their creation, and the various types of modules.

 Topics :

   Need for modules

   Ways to create modules

   Built-in modules

    Root Module

    Feature module

Hands-on  :

   Create and import feature module into root module.

Learning Objectives :

   Understand the importance of components, and ways to create a component with different ways of attaching templates and styles.

Topics :


   Component decorator

   Component configuration object

   Custom components

   Component with templates



   Component with Styles

Hands-on :

  Design components with inline and external templates and styles, manually and with cli..

Learning Objectives :
 Topics :

Get knowledge of the type system of typescript.

   HTML as template

   Data binding


   Property Binding

   Event Binding

   Two way binding

   Template expressions

   Template syntax

   Attribute, class and style bindings



   Template reference variables

   Safe navigation operator

Hands-on  :

   Apply different data binding syntaxes in the template. Implement property binding with Input and custom event binding with Output binding.

Learning Objectives :

  Feel the power of Angular directives and the different kinds of directives supported in Angular.

 Topics :


   Built-in directives

   Structural directive




   Attribute directive.

   Developing Swarm cluster and combining the worker nodes

   Developing Services and scheduling nodes for optimal deployment

Learning Objectives :

  Learn Angular data transformation capabilities using pipes.

Topics :


   Built-in pipes

   Pipe decorator

Hands-on :

  Get your hands on currency, date, json, and other pipes to transform data.

Learning Objectives :

   Learn ways to develop forms in template-driven and reactive form styles simultaneously with form validation techniques.

Topics :


   angular/forms library

   Template driven forms

   Form and field validation

   Validation check with ng-pristine,ng-dirty, ng-touched, ng-untouched, ng-valid, ng-invali

  Show and hide validation error messages

  Form submission with ngSubmit

  Reactive/ Model drive forms


  FormGroup, FormControl classes

   FormBuilder for easy form building

 Validations using Validators

  Setting form model using setValue and patchValue

  Use FormArray to build repeated from controls or form groups

Hands-on  :

  Develop forms in both template and reactive forms along with validation.

Learning Objectives :

  Know the importance of dependency injection in Angular and the different sorts of provider models in Angular.

Topics :


    Why DI

   Injectable decorator

   Custom service development

   Registering the service with NgModule using provider key

  Provider Types




Hands-on  :

   Provide components at self, parent, and root levels.

   Develop services and provide them as dependencies for components.

Learning Objectives :

  Implement Angular, and you will also learn how to protect routes with route guards.

 Topics :


  @angular/router library

   Configure routes

   RouterModule.forRoot and RouterModule.forChild

   RouterOutlet, RouterLink, RouterLinkActive

   Nested Routes

   Parametrized routes

   Route guards

Hands-on  :

  Understand the ways to develop a navbar component that provides routing for applications.

Learning Objectives :

  Know the RxJs implementation in JavaScript using the rxjs library.

Topics :


  Why RxJs

   Observable interface






Hands-on  :

   Create and use observables and operators.

Learning Objectives :

  Understand the power of interceptors for better error handling. Learn the ways to consume remote API using HTTP clients.

 Topics :

   Setup installing the module

   Requesting JSON data

   Type checking the response

   Error handling

   Sending data to the server

   Making a POST request

   Configuring other parts of the request


  Design a service that uses HTTPClient to make CRUD operations.

Learning Objectives :

  Study all the new features offered in Angular version 8.

Topics :

   New features in angular cli

    ng update

    ng add

   Angular Elements

   Updates to @angular/material

   CLI workspaces

   Building libraries

   Tree shakable providers

    RxJs 6 Support

   How to upgrade to Angular 6


   See how an angular element can be used on an Angular application.

Learning Objectives :

   Learn and write unit test cases to test components, services, and pipes.

 Topics :


   Testing in Typescript

   Testing Component

   Testing Service/Provider

   Testing Pipe

Hands-on  :

 Unit test a component, service, and custom pipe.

Learning Objectives :

  Study the differences between JIT compilation and AOT compilation, and also study the ways to deploy Angular applications.

 Topics :


  Using the Angular CLI with Ahead-Of-Time (AOT) Compilation and Tree-Shaking (removing unused library code)

Hands-on :

  Run AOT build and deploy code on the simple HTTP server.

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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.

MEAN is also an open-source stack available for developing web applications in an organized manner.

Mastering MEAN Stack will be simpler for you if you know the basics of Javascript. Following are the prerequisites required for learning MEAN Stack are

On the Front




On the Back End

  Server-side scripting


Full-stack development means the development of both front-end and back-end portions of a web application. It includes all the stages of development right from the idea conception to the finished product.
Full Stack Installation
MEAN Stack installation on Windows is simple, just follow the steps given below :

   STEP 1 : Download and install the latest release of Node.JS using all default options.

   STEP 2 : Download and install the latest release of MongoDB using ‘’Complete’’ setup type

   STEP 3 : Create a MongoDB data directory

   STEP 4 : Start MongoDB server by running ‘’mongod.exe’’ from the command line.

Future of MEAN Stack

MEAN Stack has a hopeful future : A lot of companies are switching to MEAN, as it allows low-cost development and delivery of applications to save on costs and increase efficiencies. Due to its open-source nature MEAN offers a wider range of applications, which is the key feature for it to get accepted in the coming time.

Understanding both Front-end and Back-end processes is a must if you want to become a MEAN Stack developer. You need to have a good hold of HTML and CSS, it will lay a great foundation for you to begin with.

Then you will need to focus on your key skills of JavaScript and JSON. Next have a good knowledge of Node.JS, Express.JS, and Angular.JS

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