MEAN Stack Development Course

Learn full-stack web development with Node JS, Express, Mongo DB, & Angular modules.

  • 40-hours of immersive instructor-led sessions
  • Create enterprise style applications with advanced features
  • Develop and Route Single Page Applications (SPAs)
  • Understand end-to-end development cycle through experience
  • Get assistance from experts in implementing the technology in a future project.

Why learn MEAN Stack Development?

The core of web development lies in building and maintaining cloud-based applications that are used for various purposes. So, to build an application it becomes essential to employ a standardised stack software. However, the stack technology has been widely used and is almost getting overcrowded, it has its own merits and demerits due to which it is being moved to other projects. Starting from LAMP which is used in Wordpress to Rails on Ruby, there are a plethora of options available.

A combination of the technologies MongoDB, Express.js, AngularJS and Node.js, MEAN is the latest trend in full stack JavaScript development. A perfect progression for JavaScript developers, MEAN is useful because it allows the entire client to server code to be written in JavaScript. Its flexibility and open source nature are also huge advantages since it is fairly easy to learn and customize applications to suit one’s needs.

While JAVA is termed as No. 1 programming language, it is estimated that roughly there are more than 3 billion devices all over the world that run on JAVA scripts. So, MEAN being a collection of different important JAVA programming languages eliminates the need to hire different personnel for different parts of the application.

Learning MEAN Stack makes you ready for creating end-to-end encryption for cloud-ready applications with ease. The heart of MEAN Stack Development lies in its own web server and a database which can be used much more efficiently to create cloud hosting applications in a cost-effective and productive manner.

Benefits

The undeniably flexible and consistent language of MEAN Stack makes it a top choice for the field of web development. It offers various benefits to both individuals and the organization.


Individual Benefits:

Merits for an individual who specializes in MEAN Stack development include:

  • It is estimated that a well-versed MEAN Stack developer can get paid an average of $117,660 per annum.
  • Individuals have multiple career options to choose from like, Web Developers, Computer and Mathematical occupations, etc.
  • There is no need for knowledge of multiple languages, since they write the whole code in JavaScript language.
  • There is a higher rate of employment.

Organisational benefits:

Full-stack web development is made easy by MEAN Stack development for organizations in the following ways:

  • Since MEAN Stack combines various vital JAVA languages it reduces the cost of developing an application.
  • Outperforming Node.JS, being the crux of MEAN Stack, is better than other programming languages like Python and PHP.
  • Using standardized JAVA script enables the organization to reuse the code across the application, reducing unnecessary intervention in between running the applications.

The ever-growing need for JS developers creates more space for a user-friendly stack like MEAN. Using MEAN Stack, it becomes easier to build robust and dynamic web applications.

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What you’ll learn

Who Should Attend

  • Web Developers
  • Technical Project Managers
  • Technical Leads
  • Aspiring entrepreneurs who want to build and test their own applications using MEAN stack
  • Professionals and students who wish to learn MEAN stack
Prerequisites

An individual should be familiar with:

  • Basic knowledge of developing web applications
  • HTML and CSS web languages
  • JavaScript, IDE or Text Editor, Command Line Interface (CLI)
  • Server-side development with any programming language.

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Curriculum

Learning Objective:

By the end of this module you will learn about how node runtime works and the need for async programming.

  • Installing Node.js
  • Node’s Event Loop
  • Writing asynchronous code

Hands-on:

Create an example of a restaurant which uses async communication pattern for accepting and serving orders. 

Learning Objective:

By the end of this module you will get a deeper understanding on async programming syntaxes in JavaScript.

  • Callbacks
  • Closures
  • Promises
  • Async/await

Hands-on:

Define a problem and solve the same problem with different async programming styles.

Learning Objective:

By the end of this module you will learn how to modularize nodejs code, how to use built-in and third party modules using npm.

  • Understanding built-in module
  • Techniques for modularizing JavaScript code
  • Using require() to modularize application code
  • Using npm for third-party modules
  • Handling Exceptions

Hands-on: 

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

Learning Objective:

By the end of this module you will learn how to code event driven node programs, also learn about streams to deal with large volumes of data.

  • EventEmitter class
  • Understanding Streams
  • Reading and writing streams
  • Using pipe()

Hands-on: 

Redefine the restaurant module created in module 1 with event driven style. Also log the events to file using streams.

Learning Objective:

By the end of this module you will learn how to deal with file and binary data programming in node.js.

  • Process Object
  • Manipulating File System
  • Understanding Buffers

Hands-on:

Create node program that performs CRUD with file system and also handle global exceptions.

Learning Objective:

By the end of this module you will understand the low level http api in node.

  • Handling web requests
  • Building a web server

Hands-on:

Create a web server using http module.

Learning Objective:

By the end of this module you will learn the core features of express js framework.

  • Installing Express.js
  • Routing
  • Parameters and queries in routing
  • Building views using view engine of choice (ejs / jade / handlebars)
  • Using blocks for layout
  • Displaying data
  • Working with forms
  • Serving files
  • Error Handling

Hands-on:

Create a web application and api that uses express features like routing and views.

Learning Objective:

By the end of this module you will understand the importance of security in web apps and how to secure apps using passport.js.

  • Authentication & Authorization using local user
  • Protecting API with JWT

Hands-on: 

Secure the web api built in the previous module with JWT.

Learning Objective:

By the end of this module you will learn how to make real time applications in node using socket.io.

  • Understand the need of websockets
  • Install and setup socket.io
  • Develop real time dashboard

Hands-on:

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

Learning Objective:

By the end of this module you will learn how to deal with child process and scaling of node apps.

  • 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 Objective:

By the end of this module you will learn how to write unit test code for node.

  • What is unit testing
  • Install and setup mocha and chai
  • Write unit tests to test api

Hands-on: 

Create unit test to the api.

Learning Objective:

By the end of this module you will learn the difference between SQL and NoSQL, document vs other types of storages. You will learn how to install and setup Mongo. Learn how to connect to Mongo server using Mongo client.

  • Installing MongoDB
  • The current SQL/NoSQL landscape
  • Document-oriented vs. other types of storage
  • Mongo's featureset
  • Common use-cases
  • MongoDB databases
  • MongoDB Collections
  • MongoDB Documents

Learning Objective:

By the end of this module you will learn how to perform CRUD operations on Mongo documents.

  • Creating documents
  •  insert()
  • update()
  • save()
  • Querying documents
  • find()
  • Working with equality
  • Query operators
  • Building complex queries
  • Updating documents
  • Deleting documents

Hands-on: 

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

Learning Objective:

By the end of this module you will understand the ODM/ORM and the need for Mongoose in node and Mongo powered applications.

  • Word on ORM/ODM
  • Installing Mongoose
  • Connecting to MongoDB from Mongoose

Hands-on:

Install and setup Mongoose. Write node application to connect to Mongo using Mongoose.

Learning Objective:

By the end of this module you will learn the core features of Mongoose like schemas, models, modifiers, virtual fields.

  • Understanding Mongoose schemas and datatypes
  • Working with Models
  • Using modifiers in schema
  • Using virtual fields
  • CRUD operations with Mongoose

Hands-on: 

Create a node application that performs CRUD using Mongoose. Define Mongoose schema, Define model, Create model instance, CRUD using model instance.

Learning Objective:

By the end of this module you will learn about more features of Mongoose like hooks, validating model data, static methods vs instance methods.

  • Working with hooks
  • Validation of model data
  • Creating custom static methods
  • Creating custom instance methods

Hands-on:

Create Mongoose hooks to tap into the data creation and retrieval process. Use pre and post save hooks, create static methods and instance methods.

Learning Objective:

Understanding what you will learn in this course.

Learning Objective:

Learn about Single Page Application vs Multi Page Application, pros and cons of SPA vs MPA.

    • Learn about the developer experience delivered by angular tooling
    • Learn about the high level overview of the framework and its community
  • User Experience similar to a Desktop Application
  • Productivity and Tooling
  • Performance
  • Community
  • Full-featured Framework
  • Platform for Targeting Native Mobile not just Web Browsers

Learning Objective:

Learn about the angular history and notable improvements on every version.

  • AngularJS (Angular 1.x)
  • Angular 2
  • Angular 4
  • Angular 5
  • Angular 6

Learning Objective:

Upon completion of this module you will gain insight how typescript is different from javascript, and will understand the new useful syntaxes of ES6.

  • Introduction
  • What is Typescript
  • Why Typescript
  • Setup and installation
  • IDE support
  • Scoping using Let and Const Keywords ( ES6 )
  • Template Literals ( ES6 )
  • Spread Syntax and Rest Parameters ( ES6 )
  • Destructuring ( ES6 )

Hands-on: 

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

Learning Objective:

Upon completion of this module you will gain insight about the typesystem of typescript.

  • Introduction
  • Type inference
  • Type Annotations
  • Number
  • Boolean
  • String
  • Array
  • Tuple
  • Enum
  • Any
  • Void
  • Null and Undefined
  • Never (Typescript 2)

Hands-on:

Create variable with different TS supported data types.

Learning Objective:

Upon completion of this module you will gain insight about how to use functions and how to take advantage of strict typing in function definition and invocation. You will also learn the functional style influenced arrow function and its pros and cons. Finally understand the typescripts way of achieving functional overloading.

  • Introduction
  • Using types in functions
  • Function as types
  • Optional and default parameters
  • Arrow functions

Hands-on:

Create functions with mandatory, optional and default parameters. Create arrow functions.

Learning Objective:

Upon completion of this module you will understand object oriented style of developing applications using typescript classes and also experience the power of encapsulation with typescript access modifiers and other important features of typescript classes.

  • Introduction
  • Inheritance
  • Access modifiers
  • Getters and setters
  • Readonly & static

Hands-on: 

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

Learning Objective:

Upon completion of this module the you will understand the significance of interfaces in achieving the structural contracts along with the behaviour contracts. You will learn how to validate the shape of javascript Object and how to implement interfaces on classes.

  • Introduction
  • Optional properties and methods
  • Strict structural contract
  • Extending interface
  • Implementing interface

Hands-on: 

Create interface and use it validate object shapes.Implement interfaces on classes.

Learning Objective:

Upon completion of this module you will understand the significance of modules in JavaScript and their usage in typescript.

  • Introduction
  • Import
  • Export
  • Default

Hands-on:

Create modules and import them into other modules.

Learning Objective:

Upon completion of this module you will learn aspect oriented programming pattern with the help of decorator.

Learning Objective:

Upon completion of this module you will know how to setup angular CLI and create a new project in command line tool. You will also gain insight about the project structure and the significance of project files. Also experience the debugging of your angular app in visual studio code and learn how to view runtime information with augury chrome extension.

  • Angular CLI
  • Anatomy of the project
  • Debugging Angular apps
  • Working with Augury

Hands-on: 

Create a new angular CLI project using angular CLI, execute and debug.

Learning Objective:

Upon completion of this module you will get inside of birds eye view of angular and its programmable members. This module lays the foundation for the entire course.

  • Modules
  • Components
  • Templates
  • Metadata
  • Data binding
  • Directives
  • Services
  • Dependency injection

Learning Objective:

Upon completion of this module you will understand the significance of angular module system, and will also gain an insight on why modules are needed, how we create modules and the different kinds of modules.

  • Why modules
  • How to create modules
  • Built in modules
  • Root Module
  • feature module

Hands-on:

Create feature module and import feature module into root module.

Learning Objective:

Upon completion of this module you will know the significance of components, how to create a component with different ways of attaching templates and styles.

  • Introduction
  • @Component decorator
  • Component configuration object
  • Custom components
  • Component with templates
  • Inline
  • External
  • Component with Styles
  • Inline
  • External

Hands-on:

Create component with inline and external template and styles, create component manually and with cli, also apply component composition by using a component in another component.

Learning Objective:

Upon completion of this module you will understand the angular templating syntax and explore the powerful data binding features.

  • HTML as template
  • Data binding
  • Interpolation
  • Property Binding
  • Event Binding
  • Two way binding
  • Template expressions
  • Template syntax
  • Attribute, class and style bindings
  • @Input()
  • @Output
  • Template reference variables
  • Safe navigation operator

Hands-on:

Use different data binding syntaxes in template.Implement property binding with @Input and custom event binding with @Output bindingCreate template reference variables and use them in template.

Learning Objective:

Upon completion of this module you will experience the power of angular directives and the different kinds of directives supported in angular.

  • Introduction
  • Built-in directives
  • Structural directive
  • NgIf
  • NgFor
  • NgSwitch
  • Attribute directive
  • NgClass
  • NgStyle
  • NgModel

Hands-on:

Implement iteration and conditional rendering in template using structural directives and implement dynamic styling with attribute directives.

Learning Objective:

Upon completion of this module you will understand angular data transformation capabilities using pipes.

  • Introduction
  • Built-in pipes
  • @Pipe decorator

Hands-on: 

Use currency, date, json and other pipes to transform data. Apply the built in pipes in transforming data in classroom course project.

Learning Objective:

Upon completion of this module you will learn how to develop forms in template driven and reactive form styles along with form validation techniques.

  • Introduction
  • @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
  • ReactiveFormsModule
  • 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. Also you will code form with most commonly used controls like textbox, drop down lists, checkboxes, radio buttons, buttons.

Learning Objective:

Upon completion of this module you will understand the significance of dependency injection in angular and the different kinds of provider types in angular.

  • Introduction
  • Why DI
  • @Injectable decorator
  • Custom service development
  • Registering the service with NgModule using providers key
  • Provider Types
  • Class
  • Factory
  • Value

Hands-on: 

Develop services and provide them as dependencies for components.Provide component at self, parent and root levels.Create 3 different types of providers.

Learning Objective:

Upon completion of this module you will learn how to implement navigation in angular, you will also learn how to protect route with route guards.

  • Introduction
  • @angular/router library
  • Configure routes
  • RouterModule.forRoot and RouterModule.forChild
  • RouterOutlet, RouterLink, RouterLinkActive
  • Nested Routes
  • Parametrized routes
  • Route guards

Hands-on:

Develop navbar component that provides routing for application.Use route configuration at root module and feature module level, also protect routes with guards.

Learning Objective:

On completion of this module you will gain insight into observable pattern and implementation in javascript using rxjs library.

  • Introduction
  • Why RxJs
  • Observable interface
  • Streams
  • Operators
  • Subscription
  • Subject
  • Schedulers

Hands-on:

Create and use observables and operators.

Learning Objective:

On completion of this module you will learn how to consume remote api using http client Also understand the power of interceptors for better error handling.

  • Setup installing the module
  • Making a request for JSON data
  • Typechecking the response
  • Error handling
  • Sending data to the server
  • Making a POST request
  • Configuring other parts of the request

Hands-on: 

Create a service that uses HTTPClient to make CRUD operations.Add headers to requests and handle errors.

Learning Objective:

On completion of this module you will gain an insight about the new features offered in angular version 6.

  • 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

Hands-on: 

Create angular element and see how it can be used out on angular application.

Learning Objective:

Upon completion of this module you will understand how to write unit test cases to test component, services and pipe.

  • Introduction
  • Testing in Typescript
  • Testing Component
  • Testing Service/Provider
  • Testing Pipe

Hands-on: 

Unit test a component, service and custom pipe.

Learning Objective:

Upon completion of this module you will understand the differences between JIT compilation and AOT compilation also how to deploy angular application.

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

Hands-on:

Demonstrate how to run AOT build and deploy code on simple HTTP server.

MEAN Stack Course Details

MEAN Stack - The Course

MEAN Stack is a method of developing Web applications through the use of JavaScript Technologies. Developers use JavaScript-based technologies to develop applications from client to server and to the database.

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

If you have a basic knowledge of Javascript, learning a MEAN Stack is more easy for those aspirants. On the other part, regardless of the technologies you know, the prerequisites required for learning MEAN Stack are –

On the Front End:

  • HTML,
  • CSS
  • JavaScript

On the Back End:

  • Server-side scripting
  • Database

With MEAN Stack, one can develop robust web applications in a much faster manner. MEAN is also the ideal solution for developing dynamic web applications.

Since the entire application is built using JavaScript-based technologies, it becomes easier to train and manage developers. It also brings in more efficiency at an operational level.

MEAN is the acronym for four types of JavaScript-based applications – 

M – MongoDB – a database system technology

E – Express.JS – a lightweight server framework

A – Angular.JS - an open-source JavaScript framework

N- Node.JS - a server-side JavaScript execution environment

The features of MEAN Stack are as follows–

  • Built completely on JavaScript
  • JSON language is used in the place of PHP and MYSQL
  • Angular.JS, which helps to incorporate the in-detailed application of HTML and CSS
  • Efficient Node.JS, which exhibits an event-driven architecture
  • MongoDB, a more efficient database technology

Full stack development is the development of both front-end and back-end portions of a web application. It involves all the stages of development from – Idea conception to finished product.

A Full Stack developer is one who is familiar with all layers of an application or software development. These developers usually have a basic idea about all the layers of an application such as – Front-end, Server Logic and Database and on different technologies. A Full-stack developer need not necessarily be a specialist.

In contrast, a MEAN Stack developer is one who is a specialist in application development through MEAN Stack technologies. He/she is well-versed in the JavaScript technologies of MongoDB, Express.js, Angular.js, and Node.js.

The various components of MEAN Stack Architecture are –

  • Angular.JS: Accepts requests and displays results to end-user
  • Node.JS: Handles Client and Server requests
  • Express.JS: Makes a request to database
  • MongoDB: Stores and retrieves data

Here is a step-by-step guide to developing a mean stack project-

  • First install MongoDB
  • Then, install NodeJS
  • Later, install specific versions of NodeJS using NVM
  • Install Express.JS package
  • Install Angujar.JS
  • Finally, connect NodeJS to MongoDB

By definition, MEAN Stack is a Full-stack. This is because MEAN facilitates the development of a complete web application from end to end. The difference here is that MEAN uses four specific technologies and is completely based on the JavaScript.

There are several top-in-class IDEs used for MEAN Stack development. Some of them are:  

  • Cloud 9
  • IntelliJ IDEA
  • WebStorm
  • Komodo IDE
  • Eclipse

The pros and cons of the MEAN Stack are as follows:

Pros –

  • Allows for building maintainable and robust web applications
  • Web applications can be built in a rapid manner
  • MEAN allows for usage of very low memory or footprint

Cons –

  • Once the first application/site is developed using MEAN Stack it gets really difficult to move to any other approach
  • MEAN does not offer easy customization ability like Ruby or LAMP
  • MEAN could be a primary target for hackers since it’s a relatively new application

MEAN Stack is a solution that works both on the client-end and server-end. Client-end is what is visible to the user and we use Angular.JS here to develop the user interface.

On the server-end, we use Node.JS, Express.JS, and MongoDB. Node and Express are used for the server logic whereas MongoDB is used for the database.

MEAN Stack Installation

Following is the step-by-step procedure for MEAN Stack Windows installation on Windows:

Step 1 – Download and install the latest release of Node.JS using all default options

Step 2 – Download and install latest release of MongoDB using ‘’Complete’’ setup type

Step 3 – Create a MongoDB data directory

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

MEAN Stack application on AWS is deployed by exhibiting the following steps:

Step 1 - Log into AWS page through log-in credentials

Step 2- Select ‘’MEAN Stack’’ from available applications

Step 3- Create a MEAN Stack name and fill in required details such as – region, version, memory, etc.

Step 4- Click ‘’Create’’ that results in creating a Virtual Machine

Step 5- Click on ‘’Go to applications’’ and you should have MEAN Stack up and running

Step 6– You can now deploy all the code

Step 7- Download and install all the npm dependencies

The following technologies are essential to become a Full-stack developer– 

  • Programming languages such as – JAVA, Python, Perl, Ruby 
  • Front-end technologies such as - HTML 5, CSS 3, JavaScript, AngularJS
  • Databases such as – MYSQL, MongoDB, Redis 
  • Development Frameworks such as – Django, PHP, Node.JS, Express.JS 
  • Basic Design abilities (UI/UX)

MEAN Stack Uses

MEAN Stack is mainly useful in developing cutting-edge and innovative web applications. It is also useful in cutting down a lot of manual tasks. MEAN Stack is also a cloud-friendly technology.

As a technology MEAN Stack is quite high in demand since it allows for an efficient and quicker way to develop web applications. Since its an open-source technology there is so much in terms of knowledge contribution to further enhance MEAN as a web development technology and increase its demand.

Some benefits of MEAN Stack – 

  • It’s a cost-effective solution making it one of the most preferred 
  • MEAN applications are extensible, flexible and scalable 
  • MEAN Stack development is perfect for Cloud-hosting 

MEAN Stack Learning

Yes, MEAN is worth learning. 

MEAN Stack is an in-demand web application development technology that is fast finding acceptance across industries. Some multinational companies such as IBM, Google, and Samsung are backing and supporting this technology. 

If you are looking at a rewarding career as a developer then MEAN Stack will be of great value add. It will not only provide great career options but also help you enhance your skills in these JavaScript based technologies which are in high demand.

To become a good MEAN Stack developer, you will need to understand both the Front-end and Back-end processes. Having a good grasp of HTML and CSS will add great value as you begin learning about MEAN. 

Then you will need to focus on JavaScript and JSON after which you will learn about Node.JS, Express.JS, and Angular.JS

MEAN Stack Training

There are a few good training institutes for MEAN Stack development in Bangalore.

At ZeoLearn we have a very structured method of learning to help you become a proficient MEAN Stack developer. The in-depth course format, demo exercise, and practice sessions will ensure your learning is focussed and wholesome. We also provide continuous support to help clear doubts and enhance your learning.

First and foremost - You should come prepared with the prerequisites of HTML, CSS, and JS. While at ZeoLearn we will provide the required motivation and guidance, you should consider this course as ‘’real’’ and ‘’very important’’ and focus on it just like you would for a very important career-defining exam. 

Next - Time management is very essential as lack of it can derail your leaning process. 

Finally - Practice is what makes any developer better in his/her pursuit of mastery. So, complete the demo exercises and practice sessions provided by ZeoLearn with an applied mind. 

Career Scope and Salary

Typically, companies that have some requirement for developing web or mobile applications hire MEAN Stack developers. This can range from Start-ups to SMEs and Multi-nationals.

Technology solution providers that make web applications for companies across industries often hire MEAN developers. New age start-ups which are into web solutions, e-commerce, home automation, energy, community engagement, and travel also hire MEAN developers.

The average salary of MEAN Stack developers in the US is $120,000 per annum with around $62 being paid per hour. The salary for entry-level positions ranges between $40,000 -50,000 and experienced MEAN professionals make up to $200,000.

The future for MEAN Stack looks very promising.

Since MEAN allows for low-cost development and delivery of applications, most companies are now switching to MEAN to save on costs and increase efficiencies. As MEAN is an open-source and offers a wider range of applications, it has the potential to become even more widespread and accepted in time to come.

LinkedIn, Netflix, Paypal, Walmart, and Medium.com are some of the global companies using MEAN Stack to develop their applications. Space organization – NASA also uses MEAN Stack.

MEAN Stack is a very friendly and cost-effective solution to develop web applications. Many multi-nationals and start-ups alike are adopting MEAN, this will only increase the demand for MEAN developers.

MEAN helps in easier development and faster deployment of applications and also creates operational efficiencies. As more companies prefer MEAN to develop applications, you as a MEAN Stack developer will find greater job opportunities.

Within the IT ecosystem, Web development has the highest growth and within the web development space, MEAN is a front runner.

Faq

The Course

MEAN (an acronym that stands for MongoDB, Node.js, Express and AngularJS) is a full stack JavaScript framework that allows quick web application development. The combination of all these individual technologies results in a powerful application that combines the flexible data storing capabilities of Mongo, the seamless server capabilities of Node.js, the standardization of Express.js that can be used while building websites, and the rich components and functionalities of AngularJS. Our course will help you master all these components and gain thorough mastery of MEAN.  According to Neuvoo.com, the average Mean Stack Developer salary in USA is $120,000 per year or $61 per hour. Experienced MEAN developers can earn upto $204,000.

You will:

  • Get basic knowledge on typescript,  ES6/ES7
  • Be proficient with Angular core features, Node, Express.js and MongoDB features

By the end of the course, you will have:

  • Completed several hands-on examples, and 2 course projects which gives you basic to immediate skills of full stack development
  • Prepared yourself with the foundational knowledge you need to begin a career of continuous learning.

You should have basic HTML & CSS knowledge, intermediate Javascript skills and be proficient in basic server side development with any programming language.

Yes, KnowledgeHut offers this training online.

On successful completion of the course you will receive a course completion certificate issued by KnowledgeHut.

Your instructors are Web development experts who have years of industry experience.

Finance Related

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The Remote Experience

In an online classroom, students can log in at the scheduled time to a live learning environment which is led by an instructor. You can interact, communicate, view and discuss presentations, and engage with learning resources while working in groups, all in an online setting. Our instructors use an extensive set of collaboration tools and techniques which improves your online training experience.

Once you register for the course you will be provided with system requirements and lab setup document which contains detailed information to prepare the environment for the course.

reviews on our popular courses

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KnowledgeHut is a great platform for beginners as well as experienced persons who want to get into a data science job. Trainers are well experienced and we are given more detailed ideas and concepts.

Merralee Heiland

Software Developer.
Attended PMP® Certification workshop in May 2018
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My special thanks to the trainer for his dedication, I learned many things from him. I would also thank the support team for their patience. It was well-organised, great work Knowledgehut team!

Mirelle Takata

Network Systems Administrator
Attended Certified ScrumMaster®(CSM) workshop in May 2018
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The customer support was very interactive. The trainer took a practical session which is supporting me in my daily work. I learned many things in that session. Because of these training sessions, I would be able to sit for the exam with confidence.

Yancey Rosenkrantz

Senior Network System Administrator
Attended Agile and Scrum workshop in May 2018
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The course materials were designed very well with all the instructions. The training session gave me a lot of exposure and various opportunities and helped me in growing my career.

Kayne Stewart slavsky

Project Manager
Attended PMP® Certification workshop in May 2018
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I was impressed with the trainer, explained advanced concepts deeply with better examples. Everything was well organized. I would like to refer to some of their courses to my peers as well. The customer support was very interactive.

Estelle Dowling

Computer Network Architect.
Attended Agile and Scrum workshop in May 2018
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Knowledgehut is the best platform to gather new skills. Customer support here is really good. The trainer was very well experienced, helped me in clearing the doubts clearly with examples.

Goldina Wei

Java Developer
Attended Agile and Scrum workshop in May 2018
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I feel Knowledgehut is one of the best training providers. Our trainer was a very knowledgeable person who cleared all our doubts with the best examples. He was kind and cooperative. The courseware was designed excellently covering all aspects. Initially, I just had a basic knowledge of the subject but now I know each and every aspect clearly and got a good job offer as well. Thanks to Knowledgehut.

Archibold Corduas

Senior Web Administrator
Attended Agile and Scrum workshop in May 2018
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Knowledgehut is the best training provider with the best trainers in the education industry. Highly knowledgeable trainers have covered all the topics with live examples.  Overall the training session was a great experience.

Garek Bavaro

Information Systems Manager
Attended Agile and Scrum workshop in May 2018

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