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MEAN STACK/ FULL STACK TRAINING IN KOCHI

Master the MEAN Stack or Full Stack development with our comprehensive training in Kochi. Learn to build dynamic web applications using MongoDB, Express.js, Angular, and Node.js. Gain proficiency in both front-end and back-end development technologies. Benefit from hands-on projects and real-world scenarios to reinforce your skills. Receive personalized mentorship and guidance from industry experts throughout the program. Elevate your career prospects as a versatile MEAN Stack or Full Stack developer. Join us to acquire the essential skills and expertise needed to succeed in today’s competitive tech industry.

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Why Radical Technologies

Live Online Training

Highly practical oriented training
Installation of Software On your System
24/7 Email and Phone Support
100% Placement Assistance until you get placed
Global Certification Preparation
Trainer Student Interactive Portal
Assignments and Projects Guided by Mentors
And Many More Features
Course completion certificate and Global Certifications are part of our all Master Program

Live Classroom Training

Weekend / Weekdays / Morning / Evening Batches
80:20 Practical and Theory Ratio
Real-life Case Studies
Easy Coverup if you missed any sessions
PSI | Kryterion | Redhat Test Centers
Life Time Video Classroom Access ( coming soon )
Resume Preparations and Mock Interviews
And Many More Features
Course completion certificate and Global Certifications are part of our all Master Program

Self Paced Training

Self Paced Learning
Learn 300+ Courses at Your Own Time
50000+ Satisfied Learners
Course Completion Certificate
Practical Labs Available
Mentor Support Available
Doubt Clearing Session Available
Attend Our Virtual Job Fair
10% Discounted Global Certification
Course completion certificate and Global Certifications are part of our all Master Program

Live Online Training

Highly practical oriented training
Installation of Software On your System
24/7 Email and Phone Support
100% Placement Assistance until you get placed
Global Certification Preparation
Trainer Student Interactive Portal
Assignments and Projects Guided by Mentors
And Many More Features
Course completion certificate and Global Certifications are part of our all Master Program

Live Classroom Training

Weekend / Weekdays / Morning / Evening Batches
80:20 Practical and Theory Ratio
Real-life Case Studies
Easy Coverup if you missed any sessions
PSI | Kryterion | Redhat Test Centers
Life Time Video Classroom Access ( coming soon )
Resume Preparations and Mock Interviews
And Many More Features
Course completion certificate and Global Certifications are part of our all Master Program

Self Test Training

300+ Technologies - Learn at your Convenience
4500+ High Quality Videos
Self Paced Training By Experts
Self Paced Hands-On Practical LABS
Cloud Sand Boxes
Do Projects and Assignments with Live LABS
100+ Exam Simulators & Discounted Vouchers
Live Mentor Support - By 10+ Years Experts
Course completion certificate and Global Certifications are part of our all Master Program

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Course Benefits

Duration of Training : 40 hrs
Batch type : weekdays /weekends/ Customized Batches
Mode of Training: Offline / Online / Corporate Training
Projects Given : 2 Projects minimum
Trainer Profile : Experienced Faculty from IT Industry
Projects | Assignment | Scenarios and Used Case Studies

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WhyTerraform ?

Multi-Cloud Support

Terraform supports multiple cloud providers, including AWS, Azure, Google Cloud Platform (GCP), and others. This allows you to use a single tool and consistent workflow across different cloud environments, enabling hybrid and multi-cloud deployments.

Declarative Configuration

Terraform uses a declarative language to define infrastructure configurations. This means you specify the desired state of your infrastructure, and Terraform handles the provisioning and management to achieve that state. This approach is intuitive and allows for easier understanding and maintenance of infrastructure code.

Resource Graph

Terraform builds a dependency graph of your infrastructure resources based on their relationships and dependencies. This enables Terraform to determine the correct order of resource provisioning and manage complex infrastructures with ease.

Modularity and Reusability

Terraform encourages modularization and code reuse through the use of modules. Modules are self-contained units of Terraform configurations that can be reused across projects, teams, and environments. This promotes consistency, reduces duplication, and speeds up development.

State Management

Terraform maintains a state file that tracks the current state of your infrastructure. This state file is used to plan and apply changes, track resource attributes, and manage updates. Terraform's state management ensures consistency and facilitates collaboration among team members.

Plan and Apply Workflow

Terraform follows a plan and apply workflow, where changes to infrastructure are first planned and previewed before being applied. This allows you to review the proposed changes, identify potential issues, and apply changes safely, minimizing the risk of unintended consequences.

Extensibility

Terraform is highly extensible and integrates with a wide range of third-party tools and services. This includes integrations with configuration management tools, CI/CD pipelines, monitoring solutions, and more, allowing you to build comprehensive infrastructure automation workflows. While other IaC tools offer similar capabilities, Terraform's multi-cloud support, declarative configuration, resource graph, modularity, state management, workflow, and extensibility make it a popular choice for infrastructure automation in diverse environments. Additionally, Terraform's active community, robust documentation, and frequent updates contribute to its widespread adoption and continued development.

About your Terraform Certification Course

Terraform Skills Covered

  • State Management

  • Terraform Modules

  • Dependency Management

  • Terraform CLI

  • Terraform Configuration Language (HCL)

  • Infrastructure as Code (IaC) Principles

  • Resource Provisioning

  • Terraform Providers

  • Terraform Workspaces

  • Terraform Best Practices

Curriculum Designed by Experts

Mean Stack / Full Stack Course Syllabus

Node.js

Introduction

Node.js Background
Getting Node.js
Demo: Installing Node on Linux/Windows with NVM
Node’s Event Loop
Node Conventions for Writing Asychronous Code
Modules, require() and NPM
Introduction, Accessing Built-in Modules
Finding 3rd Party Modules via NPM

Express

Introduction
Setting up Express
Running Express
Debugging Options
Static Files – Public Directory
Introduction, Making Web Requests in Node
Building a Web Server in Node
Demo: Building a Web Server in Node

Routing

Introduction
Navigation
Routing
Rendering
Separate Files
Router Functions

Authentication

Introduction to Authentication
Auth Routes
Passport
Local Strategy

Events and Streams

Introduction
Events and the EventEmitter class
Readable and Writable Streams, the Pipe function
Demo: Readable and Writable Streams
Demo: Piping Between Streams

Accessing the Local System

The Process Object
Demo: The Process object
Interacting with the File System
Demo: Interacting with the File System
What is a Buffer?
The OS Module

Socket.IO

Realtime Interaction with Socket.IO
Demo: Socket.IO

Testing and Debugging

Introduction, The Assert Module
Demo: The Assert Module
Testing with Mocha and Should.js
Demo: Mocha and Should.js

Scaling Your Node Application

Introduction, The Child Process Module
Demo: The “exec” function
Demo: The “spawn” function
Demo: The “fork” function
Scaling with Node’s Cluster Module
Demo: Building a Clustered Web Server

MongoDB

Introduction

Downloading
Package Content
First Run
Command Line Options
Verify Server
Getting Help in the Shell

Saving Data

Introduction
Overview
Storage
BSON
Saving Documents
Collections
Document Id
ObjectId
Insert
Insert with Id
Complex Document
Save Danger
Update Command
Update Demo
Set Operator
Unset Operator
Rename Operator
Push Operator
Pull Operator
Pop Operator
Array Type
Multi Update
Find And Modify
Query With Sort

Finding Documents

Introduction
Overview
find()
Equality
Projection
Comparison
$not
$in
Arrays
$all
$nin
Dot Notation
Sub-Document
null and $exists
And
Cursor
sort()
limit()
skip()
findOne()

Deleting Document

remove
deleteOne
deleteMany

Indexing

Introduction
Overview
Scan Is Bad
Index Theory
Sort Uses Index
Index Types
Create Index
system.indexes collection
explain()
dropIndex()
Index Name

Angular.js

Getting Started with Angular

Introduction
Introduction to TypeScript
Comparing Angular to AngularJS
A Conceptual Overview of Angular
Getting Started with the Angular CLI
Bootstrapping an Angular App
A Brief Look at the App Module
Accessing Static Files

Creating and Communicating Between Angular Components

Introduction
Creating Your First Data-bound Component
Using External Templates
Communicating with Child Components Using @Input
Communicating with Parent Components Using @Output
Using Template Variables to Interact with Child Components
Styling Components
Exploring Angular’s CSS Encapsulation
Adding a Site Header

Exploring the Angular Template Syntax

Introduction
Interpolation, Property Bindings, and Expressions
Event Bindings and Statements
Repeating Data with ngFor
Handling Null Values with the Safe-Navigation Operator
Hiding and Showing Content with ngIf
Hiding Content with the [Hidden] Binding
Hiding and Showing Content with ngSwitch
Styling Components with ngClass
Styling Components with ngStyle

Creating Reusable Angular Services

Introduction
Why We Need Services and Dependency Injection
Creating Your First Service
Wrapping Third Party Services

Routing and Navigating Pages

Introduction
Adding Multiple Pages to Your App
Adding Your First Route
Accessing Route Parameters
Linking to Routes
Navigating from Code
Guarding Against Route Activation
Guarding Against Route De-activation
Pre-loading Data for Components
Styling Active Links

Collecting Data with Angular Forms and Validation

Introduction
Using Models for Type Safety
Creating Your First Template-based Form
Using the Data from Your Template-based Form
Validating Template-based Forms
Creating Your First Reactive Form
Validating Reactive Forms
Using Multiple Validators in Reactive Forms
Diving Deeper into Template-based Forms
Editing Data with Two-way Bindings
Diving Deeper into Reactive Forms
Creating Custom Validators

Communicating Between Components

Introduction
Passing Data into a Child Component
Passing Data out of a Child Component

Reusing Components with Content Projection

Introduction
Content Projection
Multiple Slot Content Projection

Displaying Data with Pipes

Introduction
Using Built-in Pipes
Creating a Custom Pipe
Sorting and Filtering Overview
Creating a Filtering Display
Filtering Data
Sorting Data
Summary

Understanding Angular’s Dependency Injection

Introduction
Using Third Party Global Services
Angular Dependency Injection Lookup
Using Angular’s InjectionToken
Using Angular’s @Inject Decorator
The useClass Provider
The useExisting and useFactory Providers

Creating Directives and Advanced Components in Angular

Introduction
Implementing the Session Search
Adding jQuery
Creating a Modal Component
Fixing Template Parse Errors
Creating Directives
Binding an ID
Routing to the Same Component
Using the @ViewChild Decorator
Creating Settings on Components

Communicating with the Server Using HTTP, Observables

Introduction
Preparing to Store Data on the Server
Moving Data Storage to the Server
Listening to Resolved Data Changes
Using POST and PUT
Using QueryString Param