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It seems that Full stack developer is like a web developer. Essentially what’s different from a full stack web developer and another web developer is in-depth understanding on the underlying web technologies, the ability to run a complete web structure, and a broader understanding of different technologies.

The full stack web developer will configure and provide the whole underlying structure for a web application. This will involve sourcing an appropriate server, OS, DNS, configure email services etc.

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Who can choose this career

  1. Web designer or web developer or frontend developer who wants to enhance their skill set to full developer
  2. Students
  3. Professionals who wants to change their career
  4. Individuals

You will learn

  1. HTML
  2. CSS
  3. BootStrap
  4. JavaScript
  5. PHP
  6. Introduction to SQL
  7. AngularJS Development
  8. ReactJS Development
  9. NodeJs Development
  10. Python
  11. CMS - Wordpress

Requirements

  1. Knowledge of HTML, CSS
  2. HTML5, HTML3
  3. Javascript, Jquery, Node.js or Angular JS
  4. AJAX
  5. Knowledge of PHP with mysql or any server script with database.
  6. Knowledge of Server OS
  7. Knowledge of server configurations
  8. Knowledge of configure email services etc

Learning Path

Course 1

WordPress for Entrepreneur/Beginner

In 2018, build a beautiful responsive Wordpress site that looks great on all devices. No experience required.
Course curriculum

Module 1: Wordpress Overview

  • 1.1  What is Content Management System (CMS)?
  • 1.1  Features
  • 1.1  Advantages & Disadvantages

Module 2: Wordpress Installation

  • 2.1  System Requirements for WordPress
  • 2.1  Download WordPress
  • 2.1  Create Store Database
  • 2.1  Set Up Wizard

Module 3: Wordpress Dashboard

  • 3.1  Dashboard Menu, Screen Options, Activity

Module 4: Wordpress Theme

  • 4.1  Choosing Theme

Module 5: Wordpress Pages

  • 5.1  Creating Pages

Module 6: Wordpress Post

  • 6.1  Writing a Blog Post
  • 6.1  Blog Post Categories

Module 7: Media Library

  • 7.1  The Media Library
  • 7.1  Adding Media to a Post or a Page

Module 8: Wordpress Menu

  • 8.1  Setting Up Menus

Module 9: Wordpress Widget & Plugin

  • 9.1  Widgets
  • 9.1  Plugins

Module 10: Users

  • 10.1  Create User

Module 11: Wordpress Settings

  • 11.1  All Wordpress Settings

Module 12: Wordpress Discussion Settings

  • 12.1  Step by Step Discussion Settings

Module 13: Wordpress Reading Settings

  • 13.1  Step by Step Reading Settings

Module 14: Wordpress Writing Settings

  • 14.1  Step by Step Writing Settings
Course 2

CSS for styling website

With our "CSS for styling website" course, you can learn to make high-quality, graphically amazing and thoroughly impressive websites. All it takes is a little creativity and a strong understanding of CSS design and code and your website will look exactly the way you want it to. We bring you this dynamic and comprehensive CSS course.
Course curriculum

Module 1: Introduction

  • 1.1  CSS Introduction
  • 1.1  CSS Syntax
  • 1.1  CSS Version
  • 1.1  CSS Id & Class
  • 1.1  CSS Styling
  • 1.1  Interview Questions

Module 2: Borders & Background

  • 2.1  CSS Border
  • 2.1  CSS Background
  • 2.1  Interview Questions

Module 3: CSS Text Effects & Fonts

  • 3.1  CSS Text Effects
  • 3.1  CSS Fonts
  • 3.1  Interview Questions

Module 4: CSS 2D & 3D Transforms

  • 4.1  CSS 2D Transforms
  • 4.1  CSS 3D Transforms
  • 4.1  Interview Questions

Module 5: CSS Transitions & Animation

  • 5.1  CSS Transitions
  • 5.1  CSS Animation
  • 5.1  Interview Questions

Module 6: CSS Multiple Columns

  • 6.1  Introduction
  • 6.1  Column-gap, rule, color
  • 6.1  Column-rule-style, width
  • 6.1  Interview Questions

Module 7: Miscellaneous Exercise

  • 7.1  Interview Q&A
  • 7.1  Quiz
Course 3

HTML for Beginners

Step by Step introduction to HTML Explore HTML coding and how you can get started building your own Web Content pages.
Course curriculum

Module 1: Introduction

  • 1.1  HTML Introduction
  • 1.1  HTML Editors
  • 1.1  HTML Elements
  • 1.1  HTML Attributes
  • 1.1  HTML Headings
  • 1.1  HTML Paragraphs
  • 1.1  HTML Links
  • 1.1  HTML Images
  • 1.1  HTML Tables
  • 1.1  HTML Lists
  • 1.1  HTML Forms
  • 1.1  Interview Questions

Module 2: HTML Graphics

  • 2.1  HTML Canvas
  • 2.1  Interview Questions

Module 3: HTML Media

  • 3.1  HTML Media/Video/Audio
  • 3.1  Interview Questions

Module 4: Skill Path/ Projects

  • 4.1  Create your resume in the form of a webpage?
  • 4.1  Create your portfolio with following: 1) Introduction/ Biography 2) 3 Images of yours 3) Link your social media profile

Module 5: Miscellaneous Exercise

  • 5.1  Interview Q&A
  • 5.1  Quiz
Course 4

PHP with Mysql

This PHP with MySQL Essential Training is intended for the learner; no past programming or database experience is required. Your training begins with the absolute basics, covering points, for example, creating variables, working with data types and outputting them to a site page.
Course curriculum

Module 1: PHP Fundamentals

  • 1.1  Introduction
  • 1.1  Introduction to PHP
  • 1.1  Setting up xampp and notepad++
  • 1.1  Creating first php file
  • 1.1  Embedding php into html
  • 1.1  PHP output to the browser
  • 1.1  Comments in php
  • 1.1  Die and Exit functions in php
  • 1.1  Variables in php
  • 1.1  Single quotes vs double quotes

Module 2: Operators

  • 2.1  Arithmetic operators
  • 2.1  Assignment Operators
  • 2.1  Comparison Operators
  • 2.1  Logical Operators
  • 2.1  Conditional Operators in php
  • 2.1  Increment Decrements operators in php
  • 2.1  String operators in php

Module 3: If/else & Switch

  • 3.1  If statement in php
  • 3.1  If - else in php
  • 3.1  Nested if statement
  • 3.1  If - else - if statement
  • 3.1  Switch in php

Module 4: Looping

  • 4.1  While loop in php
  • 4.1  Do while loop
  • 4.1  For loop in php
  • 4.1  Nested for loop

Module 5: Arrays

  • 5.1  Arrays in php
  • 5.1  Associative Arrays
  • 5.1  Multi Dimensional Arrays
  • 5.1  Array Traversal with foreach loop

Module 6: Functions

  • 6.1  Functions in php
  • 6.1  Functions with arguments
  • 6.1  Functions return value
  • 6.1  Case Sensitivity in php
  • 6.1  Scope in php
  • 6.1  Constants in php
  • 6.1  Date and time in php
  • 6.1  Generating Random numbers
  • 6.1  Generating Random Strings
  • 6.1  Static variable
  • 6.1  Math functions in php

Module 7: Globals

  • 7.1  Superglobals in php part 1
  • 7.1  Superglobals in php part 2
  • 7.1  Getting server information in php
  • 7.1  Getting visitor's ip in php
  • 7.1  Better way of Getting visitor's ip in php
  • 7.1  Blocking ip addresses

Module 8: Form Handling in php

  • 8.1  Creating html form
  • 8.1  $_REQUEST variable
  • 8.1  $_GET variable
  • 8.1  $_POST variable
  • 8.1  Getting form values with $_REQUEST
  • 8.1  Getting form values with $_GET
  • 8.1  Getting form values with $_POST
  • 8.1  Validating form data
  • 8.1  Securing the form with htmlspecialchars()
  • 8.1  Send data to other php files
  • 8.1  Uploading files with php part 1
  • 8.1  Uploading files with php part 2
  • 8.1  Displaying uploaded files

Module 9: Session and Cookies in php

  • 9.1  Setting up session
  • 9.1  Unsetting session
  • 9.1  Creating cookies in php
  • 9.1  Deleting cookies

Module 10: File Handling in php

  • 10.1  Writing data to files
  • 10.1  Reading data from files
  • 10.1  Appending data to files
  • 10.1  Explode Function: Writing data to files
  • 10.1  Implode Function: Reading data from files

Module 11: Database

  • 11.1  Intro to database
  • 11.1  Starting Mysql
  • 11.1  Creating database and tables
  • 11.1  Connecting with the database
  • 11.1  Inserting data to database
  • 11.1  Retrieving data from database
  • 11.1  WHERE Clause
  • 11.1  ORDER BY Clause
  • 11.1  Retrieving particular data from database
  • 11.1  Updating the data in the database
  • 11.1  Deleting data from database
Course 5

Learn Bootstrap

Bootstrap Framework allows web designer, web developers & individuals (who are interested in web development or design) to create their websites that automatically reflect each user's screen resolution, different device size with the responsive web design techniques. This course will help in creating responsive sites using CSS3, HTML5, jQuery, and JavaScript.
Course curriculum

Module 1: Bootstrap Introduction

  • 1.1  Bootstrap Grid
  • 1.1  Bootstrap Utilities
  • 1.1  Border, Colour and Radius
  • 1.1  Bootstrap Alerts
  • 1.1  Blockquotes
  • 1.1  Interview Questions

Module 2: Bootstrap Buttons and Card

  • 2.1  Bootstrap Buttons
  • 2.1  Bootstrap Card
  • 2.1  Interview Questions

Module 3: Bootstrap Collapse

  • 3.1  Bootstrap Collapse
  • 3.1  Interview Questons

Module 4: Display and Embeds

  • 4.1  Embeds - aspects ratio
  • 4.1  Bootstrap Figures
  • 4.1  Bootstrap Flex
  • 4.1  Headings and Paragraph
  • 4.1  Bootstrap Images
  • 4.1  Interview Questons

Module 5: Jumbotree & List

  • 5.1  Bootstrap Jumbotree
  • 5.1  Bootstrap List
  • 5.1  Interview Questions

Module 6: Bootstrap Navs, Options, Events

  • 6.1  Bootstrap Navs
  • 6.1  Bootstrap Options and Events
  • 6.1  Popover

Module 7: Bootstrap scrollspy, tables, text

  • 7.1  Bootstrap Scrollspy
  • 7.1  Bootstrap Tables
  • 7.1  Bootstrap Text
  • 7.1  Interview Questions

Module 8: Miscellaneous Interview Q&A

  • 8.1  Q&A
  • 8.1  Quiz
Course 6

Learn Node JS

The course focuses on different important concepts of Node.js and gives hands-on experience in building HTTP server with Node.js, working with the file system, buffers, stream, events, and multi-processing in Node.js.
Course curriculum

Module 1: Node.js

  • 1.1  Node.js Introduction

Module 2: Get Started With Node.js

  • 2.1  Install Node.js Ubuntu Linux
  • 2.1  Install Node.js on Windows
  • 2.1  Node.js Example Application
  • 2.1  Node.js Command Line Arguments – Example
  • 2.1  Node.js Modules
  • 2.1  How to Create a Node.js Module
  • 2.1  Extend or add functions to Node.js module
  • 2.1  Override function of a Node.js module
  • 2.1  Node.js Callback Function
  • 2.1  Node.js forEach – Examples
  • 2.1  Interview Questions

Module 3: Express.js

  • 3.1  Express.js Tutorial
  • 3.1  What is Express.js?
  • 3.1  Express.js Web Application Example
  • 3.1  Install Express.js using NPM
  • 3.1  Express.js Routes
  • 3.1  Express.js Middleware – Example
  • 3.1  Express.js Router – express.Router
  • 3.1  Interview Questions

Module 4: Node.js Buffers

  • 4.1  Node.js Buffers – Create, Write and Read – Examples
  • 4.1  Node.js – Buffer Length – Buffer.length
  • 4.1  Node.js – Convert JSON to Buffer
  • 4.1  Node.js – Convert Array to Buffer
  • 4.1  Interview Questions

Module 5: Node.js HTTP

  • 5.1  How to Create HTTP Web Server in Node.js
  • 5.1  Node.js Redirect URL – Examples
  • 5.1  Interview Questions

Module 6: Node.js MySQL

  • 6.1  Node.js MySQL
  • 6.1  Node.js MySQL Connect to DATABASE
  • 6.1  Node.js MySQL SELECT FROM Query Examples
  • 6.1  Node.js – MySQL WHERE
  • 6.1  Node.js MySQL ORDER BY
  • 6.1  Node.js MySQL INSERT INTO Query Examples
  • 6.1  Node.js MySQL – UPDATE Table Query – Examples
  • 6.1  Node.js MySQL DELETE Records FROM Table
  • 6.1  Node.js MySQL Result Object – Examples
  • 6.1  Interview Questions

Module 7: Node.js MongoDB

  • 7.1  Node.js MongoDB
  • 7.1  Node.js – Connect to MongoDB
  • 7.1  Node.js – Create Database in MongoDB
  • 7.1  Node.js – Drop Database in MongoDB
  • 7.1  Node.js – Create Collection in MongoDB – Example
  • 7.1  Node.js – Delete Collection in MongoDB
  • 7.1  Node.js – Insert Document(s) to MongoDB Collection – Examples
  • 7.1  Interview Questions

Module 8: Node.js – Parse URL

  • 8.1  Node.js Parse URL

Module 9: Node.js FS (File System)

  • 9.1  Node.js File System
  • 9.1  Read File in Node.js
  • 9.1  Create File using Node FS
  • 9.1  Write to File
  • 9.1  Append to a File
  • 9.1  Rename File
  • 9.1  Delete File
  • 9.1  Interview Question

Module 10: Node.js JSON

  • 10.1  Node.js Parse JSON
  • 10.1  Node.js Write JSON Object to File – Example
  • 10.1  Interview Questions

Module 11: Node.js Error Handling

  • 11.1  Node.js Try Catch
  • 11.1  Interview Questions

Module 12: Node.js Examples

  • 12.1  Node.js – Get Requests
  • 12.1  Node.js Upload File To Server

Module 13: Node.js Interview Questions

  • 13.1  Interview Questions
  • 13.1  Quiz
Course 7

Learn AngularJS

AngularJS is a full-featured framework that is very popular amongst developers. If you want to become a web developer, All you'll need to learn how to use new frameworks on a regular basis. For single-page applications, the AngularJS framework creates rich interactive points for a real-time experience.
Course curriculum

Module 1: Getting Started

  • 1.1  AngularJS Introductions
  • 1.1  AngularJS Features
  • 1.1  AngularJS Concepts
  • 1.1  Advantages of AngularJS
  • 1.1  AngularJS Extends HTML
  • 1.1  Interview Questions

Module 2: AngularJS Application

  • 2.1  Steps to create AngularJS Application
  • 2.1  First Application
  • 2.1  Environment Setup & CDN access
  • 2.1  Interview Questions

Module 3: MVC & Directives

  • 3.1  MVC Architecture
  • 3.1  AngularJS Directives
  • 3.1  Interview Questions

Module 4: Data Binding

  • 4.1  Data Binding
  • 4.1  Repeating HTML Elements
  • 4.1  Interview Questions

Module 5: ng-app

  • 5.1  ng-app directive
  • 5.1  Create New Directives
  • 5.1  AngularJS ng-model Directive
  • 5.1  Interview Questions

Module 6: Binding

  • 6.1  Two-Way Binding
  • 6.1  Validate User Input
  • 6.1  Interview Questions

Module 7: Classes

  • 7.1  CSS Classes
  • 7.1  Interview Questions

Module 8: Controllers

  • 8.1  AngularJS Controllers
  • 8.1  Controller Methods
  • 8.1  Interview Questions

Module 9: Scope

  • 9.1  AngularJS Scope
  • 9.1  Scope Inheritance
  • 9.1  Root Scope
  • 9.1  Interview Questions

Module 10: Filters

  • 10.1  AngularJS - Filters
  • 10.1  Adding Filters to Directives
  • 10.1  The currency Filter
  • 10.1  Filter an Array Based on User Input
  • 10.1  Interview Questions

Module 11: Services

  • 11.1  AngularJS Services
  • 11.1  Why use Services?
  • 11.1  The $http Service
  • 11.1  AngularJS Tables
  • 11.1  Interview Questions

Module 12: Interview Q&A

  • 12.1  Q&A
  • 12.1  Quiz
Course 8

Learn Java Script

JavaScript is the programming language of HTML and the Web. JavaScript is easy to learn. It is designed for creating network-centric applications. It is complementary to and integrated with Java. JavaScript is very easy to implement because it is integrated with HTML. It is open and cross-platform.
Course curriculum

Module 1: Java script

  • 1.1  Introduction
  • 1.1  Why Study JavaScript?

Module 2: Java Script Where to

  • 2.1  JavaScript Functions and Events

Module 3: JavaScript Syntax

  • 3.1  JavaScript Values
  • 3.1  JavaScript Literals
  • 3.1  JavaScript Variables
  • 3.1  JavaScript Operators

Module 4: JavaScript Variables

  • 4.1  JavaScript Data Types
  • 4.1  Adding Strings and Numbers

Module 5: JavaScript Operators

  • 5.1  JavaScript Arithmetic Operators
  • 5.1  JavaScript Assignment Operators
  • 5.1  JavaScript String Operators
  • 5.1  Adding Strings and Numbers

Module 6: JavaScript Assignment

  • 6.1  Assignment Examples
  • 6.1  JavaScript Assignment Operators

Module 7: JavaScript Data Types

  • 7.1  Concept of Data Types
  • 7.1  JavaScript Types are Dynamic.
  • 7.1  JavaScript Strings
  • 7.1  JavaScript Numbers
  • 7.1  JavaScript Booleans
  • 7.1  JavaScript Arrays

Module 8: JavaScript Functions

  • 8.1  JavaScript Function Syntax
  • 8.1  Function Return
  • 8.1  The () Operator Invokes the Function0

Module 9: JavaScript Objects

  • 9.1  Real Life Objects
  • 9.1  Properties and Methods
  • 9.1  JavaScript Objects
  • 9.1  Object Methods
  • 9.1  Object Definition

Module 10: JavaScript Scope

  • 10.1  JavaScript Function Scope
  • 10.1  Local JavaScript Variables
  • 10.1  Automatically Global

Module 11: JavaScript Events

  • 11.1  HTML Events
  • 11.1  Common HTML Events

Module 12: JavaScript Strings

  • 12.1  String Length
  • 12.1  Special Characters
  • 12.1  Strings Can be Objects

Module 13: JavaScript Numbers

  • 13.1  JavaScript Number Methods
  • 13.1  The toString() Method
  • 13.1  The toExponential() Method
  • 13.1  The toFixed() Method

Module 14: JavaScript - The Math Object

  • 14.1  Syntax
  • 14.1  Math Method
  • 14.1  Math.min() and Math.max()

Module 15: JavaScript Dates

  • 15.1  JavaScript Date Formats
  • 15.1  Creating Date Objects
  • 15.1  Date Methods
  • 15.1  JavaScript Date Input

Module 16: JavaScript - Switch Case

  • 16.1  Flow Chart
  • 16.1  Syntax

Module 17: JavaScript For Loop

  • 17.1  Introduction
  • 17.1  Flow Chart
  • 17.1  Syntax

Module 18: JavaScript Type Conversion

  • 18.1  The typeof Operator

Module 19: JavaScript Regular Expressions

  • 19.1  Introductions
  • 19.1  Syntax
  • 19.1  Using String Methods
  • 19.1  Using String search() With a Regular Expression
  • 19.1  Use String replace() With a Regular Expression

Module 20: JavaScript Errors - Throw and Try to Catch

  • 20.1  Introduction
  • 20.1  JavaScript try and catch
  • 20.1  Syntax Errors
  • 20.1  Runtime Errors

Module 21: JavaScript Debugging

  • 21.1  The console.log() Method
  • 21.1  The debugger Keyword

Module 22: Javascript Projects

  • 22.1  Hex Change Background Color JavaScript Project
  • 22.1  Background Image Slider JavaScript Project
  • 22.1  Calculator JavaScript Project
  • 22.1  Filter JavaScript Project

Module 23: Miscellaneous Exercise

  • 23.1  Interview Questions
  • 23.1  Quiz
Course 9

PHP for Beginners

This Web Development with PHP and MySQL training will give you a working comprehension of these essential technologies and demonstrate how to utilize them to build your own impressive dynamic websites. This PHP with MySQL Essential Training is intended for the learner; no past programming or database experience is required. Your training begins with the absolute basics, covering points, for example, creating variables, working with data types and outputting them to a site page.
Course curriculum

Module 1: Getting Started with PHP

  • 1.1  Introduction
  • 1.1  Setting up server and editor
  • 1.1  First PHP program
  • 1.1  Comments in PHP
  • 1.1  Variables in PHP
  • 1.1  Die, Exit functions
  • 1.1  Single & Double quotations in PHP

Module 2: PHP Operators

  • 2.1  Introduction
  • 2.1  Arithmetic operator(perform arithmetic operations)
  • 2.1  Assignment operator and Example
  • 2.1  Comparison operator and Example
  • 2.1  Comparison operator continue code:
  • 2.1  Increment & Decrement operators and Example
  • 2.1  Logical Operators and Example
  • 2.1  Logical operator code
  • 2.1  String Operators and Example

Module 3: Condition in PHP IF, else if

  • 3.1  If Else & Switch with syntax
  • 3.1  Nested if and Nested if-else syntax
  • 3.1  If & if-else statement example
  • 3.1  Nested If & Nested if-else statement example
  • 3.1  If elseif else statement code
  • 3.1  Switch statements

Module 4: Looping

  • 4.1  Loop in PHP
  • 4.1  For, while and do while syntax
  • 4.1  Loop examples in PHP and Example

Module 5: Miscellaneous Exercise

  • 5.1  Interview Questions
  • 5.1  Quiz
Course 10

ReactJS

Course curriculum

Module 1: Introduction

  • 1.1  Part 1 - ReactJS Introduction

Module 2: Overview

  • 2.1  Part 2 - ReactJS Overview

Module 3: Environment Setup

  • 3.1  Part 3 - Environment Setup
  • 3.1  Part 4 - Using the Create-React-App Command

Module 4: JSX

  • 4.1  Part 5 - ReactJS JSX
  • 4.1  Part 6 - Nested Elements
  • 4.1  Part 7 - Attributes
  • 4.1  Part 8 - Styling
  • 4.1  Part 9 - Comments
  • 4.1  Part 10 - Naming Convention

Module 5: Components

  • 5.1  Part 11 - ReactJS Components
  • 5.1  Part 12 - Stateful Example

Module 6: State

  • 6.1  Part 13 - ReactJS State

Module 7: Props

  • 7.1  Part 14 - ReactJS Props Overview
  • 7.1  Part 15 - Default Props
  • 7.1  Part 16 - State and Props

Module 8: Props Validation

  • 8.1  Part 17 - ReactJS Props Validation

Module 9: Component API

  • 9.1  Part 18 - Set State
  • 9.1  Part 19 - Force Update
  • 9.1  Part 20 - Find Dom Node

Module 10: Component Life Cycle

  • 10.1  Part 21 - Component Life Cycle

Module 11: Forms

  • 11.1  Part 22 - ReactJS - Forms
  • 11.1  Part 23 - ReactJS Complex Example

Module 12: Events

  • 12.1  Part 24 - ReactJS Events
  • 12.1  Part 25 - Child Events

Module 13: Refs

  • 13.1  Part 26 - Using Refs

Module 14: Keys

  • 14.1  Part 27 - ReactJS Keys

Module 15: Router

  • 15.1  Part 28 - Router

Module 16: fLUX

  • 16.1  Part 29 - ReactJS Flux Concept
  • 16.1  Part 30 - ReactJS Flux Concept Steps

Module 17: Animations

  • 17.1  Part 31 - ReactJS Animations

Module 18: Higher Order Components

  • 18.1  Part 32 - ReactJS Higher Order Components
  • 18.1  
Course 11

SQL

Course curriculum

Module 1:

  • 1.1  Part 1 - Introduction to SQL
  • 1.1  Part 2 - SQL Commands
  • 1.1  Part 3 - SQL RDBMS Concepts
  • 1.1  Part 4 - DCL CREATE USER
  • 1.1  Part 5 - SQL DDL
  • 1.1  Part 6 - SQL DML INSERT
  • 1.1  Part 7 - SQL DML UPDATE
  • 1.1  Part 8 - SQL DML DELETE
  • 1.1  Part 9 - HR-Schema
  • 1.1  Part 10 - SQL DQL SELECT

Module 2: Interview Assessment Practice

  • 2.1  SQL
  • 2.1  PL/SQL

Learning Path

Course 1

WordPress for Entrepreneur/Beginner

In 2018, build a beautiful responsive Wordpress site that looks great on all devices. No experience required.
Course curriculum

Module 1: Wordpress Overview

  • 1.1  What is Content Management System (CMS)?
  • 1.1  Features
  • 1.1  Advantages & Disadvantages

Module 2: Wordpress Installation

  • 2.1  System Requirements for WordPress
  • 2.1  Download WordPress
  • 2.1  Create Store Database
  • 2.1  Set Up Wizard

Module 3: Wordpress Dashboard

  • 3.1  Dashboard Menu, Screen Options, Activity

Module 4: Wordpress Theme

  • 4.1  Choosing Theme

Module 5: Wordpress Pages

  • 5.1  Creating Pages

Module 6: Wordpress Post

  • 6.1  Writing a Blog Post
  • 6.1  Blog Post Categories

Module 7: Media Library

  • 7.1  The Media Library
  • 7.1  Adding Media to a Post or a Page

Module 8: Wordpress Menu

  • 8.1  Setting Up Menus

Module 9: Wordpress Widget & Plugin

  • 9.1  Widgets
  • 9.1  Plugins

Module 10: Users

  • 10.1  Create User

Module 11: Wordpress Settings

  • 11.1  All Wordpress Settings

Module 12: Wordpress Discussion Settings

  • 12.1  Step by Step Discussion Settings

Module 13: Wordpress Reading Settings

  • 13.1  Step by Step Reading Settings

Module 14: Wordpress Writing Settings

  • 14.1  Step by Step Writing Settings
Course 2

CSS for styling website

With our "CSS for styling website" course, you can learn to make high-quality, graphically amazing and thoroughly impressive websites. All it takes is a little creativity and a strong understanding of CSS design and code and your website will look exactly the way you want it to. We bring you this dynamic and comprehensive CSS course.
Course curriculum

Module 1: Introduction

  • 1.1  CSS Introduction
  • 1.1  CSS Syntax
  • 1.1  CSS Version
  • 1.1  CSS Id & Class
  • 1.1  CSS Styling
  • 1.1  Interview Questions

Module 2: Borders & Background

  • 2.1  CSS Border
  • 2.1  CSS Background
  • 2.1  Interview Questions

Module 3: CSS Text Effects & Fonts

  • 3.1  CSS Text Effects
  • 3.1  CSS Fonts
  • 3.1  Interview Questions

Module 4: CSS 2D & 3D Transforms

  • 4.1  CSS 2D Transforms
  • 4.1  CSS 3D Transforms
  • 4.1  Interview Questions

Module 5: CSS Transitions & Animation

  • 5.1  CSS Transitions
  • 5.1  CSS Animation
  • 5.1  Interview Questions

Module 6: CSS Multiple Columns

  • 6.1  Introduction
  • 6.1  Column-gap, rule, color
  • 6.1  Column-rule-style, width
  • 6.1  Interview Questions

Module 7: Miscellaneous Exercise

  • 7.1  Interview Q&A
  • 7.1  Quiz
Course 3

HTML for Beginners

Step by Step introduction to HTML Explore HTML coding and how you can get started building your own Web Content pages.
Course curriculum

Module 1: Introduction

  • 1.1  HTML Introduction
  • 1.1  HTML Editors
  • 1.1  HTML Elements
  • 1.1  HTML Attributes
  • 1.1  HTML Headings
  • 1.1  HTML Paragraphs
  • 1.1  HTML Links
  • 1.1  HTML Images
  • 1.1  HTML Tables
  • 1.1  HTML Lists
  • 1.1  HTML Forms
  • 1.1  Interview Questions

Module 2: HTML Graphics

  • 2.1  HTML Canvas
  • 2.1  Interview Questions

Module 3: HTML Media

  • 3.1  HTML Media/Video/Audio
  • 3.1  Interview Questions

Module 4: Skill Path/ Projects

  • 4.1  Create your resume in the form of a webpage?
  • 4.1  Create your portfolio with following: 1) Introduction/ Biography 2) 3 Images of yours 3) Link your social media profile

Module 5: Miscellaneous Exercise

  • 5.1  Interview Q&A
  • 5.1  Quiz
Course 4

PHP with Mysql

This PHP with MySQL Essential Training is intended for the learner; no past programming or database experience is required. Your training begins with the absolute basics, covering points, for example, creating variables, working with data types and outputting them to a site page.
Course curriculum

Module 1: PHP Fundamentals

  • 1.1  Introduction
  • 1.1  Introduction to PHP
  • 1.1  Setting up xampp and notepad++
  • 1.1  Creating first php file
  • 1.1  Embedding php into html
  • 1.1  PHP output to the browser
  • 1.1  Comments in php
  • 1.1  Die and Exit functions in php
  • 1.1  Variables in php
  • 1.1  Single quotes vs double quotes

Module 2: Operators

  • 2.1  Arithmetic operators
  • 2.1  Assignment Operators
  • 2.1  Comparison Operators
  • 2.1  Logical Operators
  • 2.1  Conditional Operators in php
  • 2.1  Increment Decrements operators in php
  • 2.1  String operators in php

Module 3: If/else & Switch

  • 3.1  If statement in php
  • 3.1  If - else in php
  • 3.1  Nested if statement
  • 3.1  If - else - if statement
  • 3.1  Switch in php

Module 4: Looping

  • 4.1  While loop in php
  • 4.1  Do while loop
  • 4.1  For loop in php
  • 4.1  Nested for loop

Module 5: Arrays

  • 5.1  Arrays in php
  • 5.1  Associative Arrays
  • 5.1  Multi Dimensional Arrays
  • 5.1  Array Traversal with foreach loop

Module 6: Functions

  • 6.1  Functions in php
  • 6.1  Functions with arguments
  • 6.1  Functions return value
  • 6.1  Case Sensitivity in php
  • 6.1  Scope in php
  • 6.1  Constants in php
  • 6.1  Date and time in php
  • 6.1  Generating Random numbers
  • 6.1  Generating Random Strings
  • 6.1  Static variable
  • 6.1  Math functions in php

Module 7: Globals

  • 7.1  Superglobals in php part 1
  • 7.1  Superglobals in php part 2
  • 7.1  Getting server information in php
  • 7.1  Getting visitor's ip in php
  • 7.1  Better way of Getting visitor's ip in php
  • 7.1  Blocking ip addresses

Module 8: Form Handling in php

  • 8.1  Creating html form
  • 8.1  $_REQUEST variable
  • 8.1  $_GET variable
  • 8.1  $_POST variable
  • 8.1  Getting form values with $_REQUEST
  • 8.1  Getting form values with $_GET
  • 8.1  Getting form values with $_POST
  • 8.1  Validating form data
  • 8.1  Securing the form with htmlspecialchars()
  • 8.1  Send data to other php files
  • 8.1  Uploading files with php part 1
  • 8.1  Uploading files with php part 2
  • 8.1  Displaying uploaded files

Module 9: Session and Cookies in php

  • 9.1  Setting up session
  • 9.1  Unsetting session
  • 9.1  Creating cookies in php
  • 9.1  Deleting cookies

Module 10: File Handling in php

  • 10.1  Writing data to files
  • 10.1  Reading data from files
  • 10.1  Appending data to files
  • 10.1  Explode Function: Writing data to files
  • 10.1  Implode Function: Reading data from files

Module 11: Database

  • 11.1  Intro to database
  • 11.1  Starting Mysql
  • 11.1  Creating database and tables
  • 11.1  Connecting with the database
  • 11.1  Inserting data to database
  • 11.1  Retrieving data from database
  • 11.1  WHERE Clause
  • 11.1  ORDER BY Clause
  • 11.1  Retrieving particular data from database
  • 11.1  Updating the data in the database
  • 11.1  Deleting data from database
Course 5

Learn Bootstrap

Bootstrap Framework allows web designer, web developers & individuals (who are interested in web development or design) to create their websites that automatically reflect each user's screen resolution, different device size with the responsive web design techniques. This course will help in creating responsive sites using CSS3, HTML5, jQuery, and JavaScript.
Course curriculum

Module 1: Bootstrap Introduction

  • 1.1  Bootstrap Grid
  • 1.1  Bootstrap Utilities
  • 1.1  Border, Colour and Radius
  • 1.1  Bootstrap Alerts
  • 1.1  Blockquotes
  • 1.1  Interview Questions

Module 2: Bootstrap Buttons and Card

  • 2.1  Bootstrap Buttons
  • 2.1  Bootstrap Card
  • 2.1  Interview Questions

Module 3: Bootstrap Collapse

  • 3.1  Bootstrap Collapse
  • 3.1  Interview Questons

Module 4: Display and Embeds

  • 4.1  Embeds - aspects ratio
  • 4.1  Bootstrap Figures
  • 4.1  Bootstrap Flex
  • 4.1  Headings and Paragraph
  • 4.1  Bootstrap Images
  • 4.1  Interview Questons

Module 5: Jumbotree & List

  • 5.1  Bootstrap Jumbotree
  • 5.1  Bootstrap List
  • 5.1  Interview Questions

Module 6: Bootstrap Navs, Options, Events

  • 6.1  Bootstrap Navs
  • 6.1  Bootstrap Options and Events
  • 6.1  Popover

Module 7: Bootstrap scrollspy, tables, text

  • 7.1  Bootstrap Scrollspy
  • 7.1  Bootstrap Tables
  • 7.1  Bootstrap Text
  • 7.1  Interview Questions

Module 8: Miscellaneous Interview Q&A

  • 8.1  Q&A
  • 8.1  Quiz
Course 6

Learn Node JS

The course focuses on different important concepts of Node.js and gives hands-on experience in building HTTP server with Node.js, working with the file system, buffers, stream, events, and multi-processing in Node.js.
Course curriculum

Module 1: Node.js

  • 1.1  Node.js Introduction

Module 2: Get Started With Node.js

  • 2.1  Install Node.js Ubuntu Linux
  • 2.1  Install Node.js on Windows
  • 2.1  Node.js Example Application
  • 2.1  Node.js Command Line Arguments – Example
  • 2.1  Node.js Modules
  • 2.1  How to Create a Node.js Module
  • 2.1  Extend or add functions to Node.js module
  • 2.1  Override function of a Node.js module
  • 2.1  Node.js Callback Function
  • 2.1  Node.js forEach – Examples
  • 2.1  Interview Questions

Module 3: Express.js

  • 3.1  Express.js Tutorial
  • 3.1  What is Express.js?
  • 3.1  Express.js Web Application Example
  • 3.1  Install Express.js using NPM
  • 3.1  Express.js Routes
  • 3.1  Express.js Middleware – Example
  • 3.1  Express.js Router – express.Router
  • 3.1  Interview Questions

Module 4: Node.js Buffers

  • 4.1  Node.js Buffers – Create, Write and Read – Examples
  • 4.1  Node.js – Buffer Length – Buffer.length
  • 4.1  Node.js – Convert JSON to Buffer
  • 4.1  Node.js – Convert Array to Buffer
  • 4.1  Interview Questions

Module 5: Node.js HTTP

  • 5.1  How to Create HTTP Web Server in Node.js
  • 5.1  Node.js Redirect URL – Examples
  • 5.1  Interview Questions

Module 6: Node.js MySQL

  • 6.1  Node.js MySQL
  • 6.1  Node.js MySQL Connect to DATABASE
  • 6.1  Node.js MySQL SELECT FROM Query Examples
  • 6.1  Node.js – MySQL WHERE
  • 6.1  Node.js MySQL ORDER BY
  • 6.1  Node.js MySQL INSERT INTO Query Examples
  • 6.1  Node.js MySQL – UPDATE Table Query – Examples
  • 6.1  Node.js MySQL DELETE Records FROM Table
  • 6.1  Node.js MySQL Result Object – Examples
  • 6.1  Interview Questions

Module 7: Node.js MongoDB

  • 7.1  Node.js MongoDB
  • 7.1  Node.js – Connect to MongoDB
  • 7.1  Node.js – Create Database in MongoDB
  • 7.1  Node.js – Drop Database in MongoDB
  • 7.1  Node.js – Create Collection in MongoDB – Example
  • 7.1  Node.js – Delete Collection in MongoDB
  • 7.1  Node.js – Insert Document(s) to MongoDB Collection – Examples
  • 7.1  Interview Questions

Module 8: Node.js – Parse URL

  • 8.1  Node.js Parse URL

Module 9: Node.js FS (File System)

  • 9.1  Node.js File System
  • 9.1  Read File in Node.js
  • 9.1  Create File using Node FS
  • 9.1  Write to File
  • 9.1  Append to a File
  • 9.1  Rename File
  • 9.1  Delete File
  • 9.1  Interview Question

Module 10: Node.js JSON

  • 10.1  Node.js Parse JSON
  • 10.1  Node.js Write JSON Object to File – Example
  • 10.1  Interview Questions

Module 11: Node.js Error Handling

  • 11.1  Node.js Try Catch
  • 11.1  Interview Questions

Module 12: Node.js Examples

  • 12.1  Node.js – Get Requests
  • 12.1  Node.js Upload File To Server

Module 13: Node.js Interview Questions

  • 13.1  Interview Questions
  • 13.1  Quiz
Course 7

Learn AngularJS

AngularJS is a full-featured framework that is very popular amongst developers. If you want to become a web developer, All you'll need to learn how to use new frameworks on a regular basis. For single-page applications, the AngularJS framework creates rich interactive points for a real-time experience.
Course curriculum

Module 1: Getting Started

  • 1.1  AngularJS Introductions
  • 1.1  AngularJS Features
  • 1.1  AngularJS Concepts
  • 1.1  Advantages of AngularJS
  • 1.1  AngularJS Extends HTML
  • 1.1  Interview Questions

Module 2: AngularJS Application

  • 2.1  Steps to create AngularJS Application
  • 2.1  First Application
  • 2.1  Environment Setup & CDN access
  • 2.1  Interview Questions

Module 3: MVC & Directives

  • 3.1  MVC Architecture
  • 3.1  AngularJS Directives
  • 3.1  Interview Questions

Module 4: Data Binding

  • 4.1  Data Binding
  • 4.1  Repeating HTML Elements
  • 4.1  Interview Questions

Module 5: ng-app

  • 5.1  ng-app directive
  • 5.1  Create New Directives
  • 5.1  AngularJS ng-model Directive
  • 5.1  Interview Questions

Module 6: Binding

  • 6.1  Two-Way Binding
  • 6.1  Validate User Input
  • 6.1  Interview Questions

Module 7: Classes

  • 7.1  CSS Classes
  • 7.1  Interview Questions

Module 8: Controllers

  • 8.1  AngularJS Controllers
  • 8.1  Controller Methods
  • 8.1  Interview Questions

Module 9: Scope

  • 9.1  AngularJS Scope
  • 9.1  Scope Inheritance
  • 9.1  Root Scope
  • 9.1  Interview Questions

Module 10: Filters

  • 10.1  AngularJS - Filters
  • 10.1  Adding Filters to Directives
  • 10.1  The currency Filter
  • 10.1  Filter an Array Based on User Input
  • 10.1  Interview Questions

Module 11: Services

  • 11.1  AngularJS Services
  • 11.1  Why use Services?
  • 11.1  The $http Service
  • 11.1  AngularJS Tables
  • 11.1  Interview Questions

Module 12: Interview Q&A

  • 12.1  Q&A
  • 12.1  Quiz
Course 8

Learn Java Script

JavaScript is the programming language of HTML and the Web. JavaScript is easy to learn. It is designed for creating network-centric applications. It is complementary to and integrated with Java. JavaScript is very easy to implement because it is integrated with HTML. It is open and cross-platform.
Course curriculum

Module 1: Java script

  • 1.1  Introduction
  • 1.1  Why Study JavaScript?

Module 2: Java Script Where to

  • 2.1  JavaScript Functions and Events

Module 3: JavaScript Syntax

  • 3.1  JavaScript Values
  • 3.1  JavaScript Literals
  • 3.1  JavaScript Variables
  • 3.1  JavaScript Operators

Module 4: JavaScript Variables

  • 4.1  JavaScript Data Types
  • 4.1  Adding Strings and Numbers

Module 5: JavaScript Operators

  • 5.1  JavaScript Arithmetic Operators
  • 5.1  JavaScript Assignment Operators
  • 5.1  JavaScript String Operators
  • 5.1  Adding Strings and Numbers

Module 6: JavaScript Assignment

  • 6.1  Assignment Examples
  • 6.1  JavaScript Assignment Operators

Module 7: JavaScript Data Types

  • 7.1  Concept of Data Types
  • 7.1  JavaScript Types are Dynamic.
  • 7.1  JavaScript Strings
  • 7.1  JavaScript Numbers
  • 7.1  JavaScript Booleans
  • 7.1  JavaScript Arrays

Module 8: JavaScript Functions

  • 8.1  JavaScript Function Syntax
  • 8.1  Function Return
  • 8.1  The () Operator Invokes the Function0

Module 9: JavaScript Objects

  • 9.1  Real Life Objects
  • 9.1  Properties and Methods
  • 9.1  JavaScript Objects
  • 9.1  Object Methods
  • 9.1  Object Definition

Module 10: JavaScript Scope

  • 10.1  JavaScript Function Scope
  • 10.1  Local JavaScript Variables
  • 10.1  Automatically Global

Module 11: JavaScript Events

  • 11.1  HTML Events
  • 11.1  Common HTML Events

Module 12: JavaScript Strings

  • 12.1  String Length
  • 12.1  Special Characters
  • 12.1  Strings Can be Objects

Module 13: JavaScript Numbers

  • 13.1  JavaScript Number Methods
  • 13.1  The toString() Method
  • 13.1  The toExponential() Method
  • 13.1  The toFixed() Method

Module 14: JavaScript - The Math Object

  • 14.1  Syntax
  • 14.1  Math Method
  • 14.1  Math.min() and Math.max()

Module 15: JavaScript Dates

  • 15.1  JavaScript Date Formats
  • 15.1  Creating Date Objects
  • 15.1  Date Methods
  • 15.1  JavaScript Date Input

Module 16: JavaScript - Switch Case

  • 16.1  Flow Chart
  • 16.1  Syntax

Module 17: JavaScript For Loop

  • 17.1  Introduction
  • 17.1  Flow Chart
  • 17.1  Syntax

Module 18: JavaScript Type Conversion

  • 18.1  The typeof Operator

Module 19: JavaScript Regular Expressions

  • 19.1  Introductions
  • 19.1  Syntax
  • 19.1  Using String Methods
  • 19.1  Using String search() With a Regular Expression
  • 19.1  Use String replace() With a Regular Expression

Module 20: JavaScript Errors - Throw and Try to Catch

  • 20.1  Introduction
  • 20.1  JavaScript try and catch
  • 20.1  Syntax Errors
  • 20.1  Runtime Errors

Module 21: JavaScript Debugging

  • 21.1  The console.log() Method
  • 21.1  The debugger Keyword

Module 22: Javascript Projects

  • 22.1  Hex Change Background Color JavaScript Project
  • 22.1  Background Image Slider JavaScript Project
  • 22.1  Calculator JavaScript Project
  • 22.1  Filter JavaScript Project

Module 23: Miscellaneous Exercise

  • 23.1  Interview Questions
  • 23.1  Quiz
Course 9

PHP for Beginners

This Web Development with PHP and MySQL training will give you a working comprehension of these essential technologies and demonstrate how to utilize them to build your own impressive dynamic websites. This PHP with MySQL Essential Training is intended for the learner; no past programming or database experience is required. Your training begins with the absolute basics, covering points, for example, creating variables, working with data types and outputting them to a site page.
Course curriculum

Module 1: Getting Started with PHP

  • 1.1  Introduction
  • 1.1  Setting up server and editor
  • 1.1  First PHP program
  • 1.1  Comments in PHP
  • 1.1  Variables in PHP
  • 1.1  Die, Exit functions
  • 1.1  Single & Double quotations in PHP

Module 2: PHP Operators

  • 2.1  Introduction
  • 2.1  Arithmetic operator(perform arithmetic operations)
  • 2.1  Assignment operator and Example
  • 2.1  Comparison operator and Example
  • 2.1  Comparison operator continue code:
  • 2.1  Increment & Decrement operators and Example
  • 2.1  Logical Operators and Example
  • 2.1  Logical operator code
  • 2.1  String Operators and Example

Module 3: Condition in PHP IF, else if

  • 3.1  If Else & Switch with syntax
  • 3.1  Nested if and Nested if-else syntax
  • 3.1  If & if-else statement example
  • 3.1  Nested If & Nested if-else statement example
  • 3.1  If elseif else statement code
  • 3.1  Switch statements

Module 4: Looping

  • 4.1  Loop in PHP
  • 4.1  For, while and do while syntax
  • 4.1  Loop examples in PHP and Example

Module 5: Miscellaneous Exercise

  • 5.1  Interview Questions
  • 5.1  Quiz
Course 10

ReactJS

Course curriculum

Module 1: Introduction

  • 1.1  Part 1 - ReactJS Introduction

Module 2: Overview

  • 2.1  Part 2 - ReactJS Overview

Module 3: Environment Setup

  • 3.1  Part 3 - Environment Setup
  • 3.1  Part 4 - Using the Create-React-App Command

Module 4: JSX

  • 4.1  Part 5 - ReactJS JSX
  • 4.1  Part 6 - Nested Elements
  • 4.1  Part 7 - Attributes
  • 4.1  Part 8 - Styling
  • 4.1  Part 9 - Comments
  • 4.1  Part 10 - Naming Convention

Module 5: Components

  • 5.1  Part 11 - ReactJS Components
  • 5.1  Part 12 - Stateful Example

Module 6: State

  • 6.1  Part 13 - ReactJS State

Module 7: Props

  • 7.1  Part 14 - ReactJS Props Overview
  • 7.1  Part 15 - Default Props
  • 7.1  Part 16 - State and Props

Module 8: Props Validation

  • 8.1  Part 17 - ReactJS Props Validation

Module 9: Component API

  • 9.1  Part 18 - Set State
  • 9.1  Part 19 - Force Update
  • 9.1  Part 20 - Find Dom Node

Module 10: Component Life Cycle

  • 10.1  Part 21 - Component Life Cycle

Module 11: Forms

  • 11.1  Part 22 - ReactJS - Forms
  • 11.1  Part 23 - ReactJS Complex Example

Module 12: Events

  • 12.1  Part 24 - ReactJS Events
  • 12.1  Part 25 - Child Events

Module 13: Refs

  • 13.1  Part 26 - Using Refs

Module 14: Keys

  • 14.1  Part 27 - ReactJS Keys

Module 15: Router

  • 15.1  Part 28 - Router

Module 16: fLUX

  • 16.1  Part 29 - ReactJS Flux Concept
  • 16.1  Part 30 - ReactJS Flux Concept Steps

Module 17: Animations

  • 17.1  Part 31 - ReactJS Animations

Module 18: Higher Order Components

  • 18.1  Part 32 - ReactJS Higher Order Components
  • 18.1  
Course 11

SQL

Course curriculum

Module 1:

  • 1.1  Part 1 - Introduction to SQL
  • 1.1  Part 2 - SQL Commands
  • 1.1  Part 3 - SQL RDBMS Concepts
  • 1.1  Part 4 - DCL CREATE USER
  • 1.1  Part 5 - SQL DDL
  • 1.1  Part 6 - SQL DML INSERT
  • 1.1  Part 7 - SQL DML UPDATE
  • 1.1  Part 8 - SQL DML DELETE
  • 1.1  Part 9 - HR-Schema
  • 1.1  Part 10 - SQL DQL SELECT

Module 2: Interview Assessment Practice

  • 2.1  SQL
  • 2.1  PL/SQL