MEAN Stack

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Duration: 10 days
Live Virtual Classroom
Duration: 10 days
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MEAN is an open-source JavaScript software stack commonly used for building dynamic websites and web applications. It comprises of MongoDB, Express.js, AngularJS as well as Node.js. It can be utilized for both server-side and client-side execution environments.

Cognixia’s MEAN Stack training is an all-inclusive course designed to train participants in creating enterprise-style applications with server-side code using Node.js, Express framework, front-end coding using Angular.js, and databases with MongoDB. This training program has become one of the most popular and in-demand among learners, because of the countless benefits it offers with a comprehensive combination of technologies.

What You'll Learn

Working with MongoDB
  • Core concepts of Mongoose
  • Working with Express.js
  • Real-time programming with
  • Scaling node.js applications
  • Working with Angular.js
  • Working with Node.js


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

  • Creating documents
  • Querying documents
  • Updating documents
  • Deleting documents

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

  • Understanding Mongoose schemas and datatypes
  • Working with Models
  • Using modifiers in schema
  • Using virtual fields
  • Optimizing query performance by enabling indexes

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

  • Installing express
  • First App with express – Demo
  • Little about routes
  • Little about Express middleware
  • Serving static files with express
  • Express application generator
  • What is js

  • Route methods
  • Route paths
  • Parametrized routes
  • Route handlers
  • Express router

  • Types of middleware
  • Error middleware
  • Body parser, cookie parser, session management

  • What are template engines?
  • EJS
  • Jade
  • Handlebars

  • Authentication
  • JWT
  • Securing routes

Debugging in Express

Real-time programming with

  • The Child-process model
  • exec, spawn, and fork functions
  • Using the Cluster module

Introduction to Angular 5.0

  • User experience similar to a Desktop Application
  • Productivity and tooling
  • Performance
  • Community
  • Full-featured framework
  • Platform for targeting native mobile browsers

  • js (Angular 1.x)
  • Angular 0

Drop-in replacement for Angular 0

  • View engine generating smaller code
  • Enhanced *ngIf syntax
  • Animation code in own packages
  • TypeScript 1
  • Improved compiler speed
  • Angular universal

  • Components
  • Templates
  • Inline templates
  • Multi-line templates using ES6 template literals
  • External with component-relative paths
  • Modules
  • Models

  • HTML in templates
  • Interpolation
  • Binding syntax
  • Property binding
  • Event binding
  • Two-way data binding
  • Attribute, class, and style bindings
  • Built-in directives
  • Template input variables
  • The NgSwitch directives

  • Component communication
  • Input properties
  • Output properties: Custom events using EventEmitters

  • Angular’s dependency injection system
  • Registering
  • Injecting
  • Using services to access data

  • NgSubmit directive
  • FormsModule
  • NgForm, NgModel

  • Displaying validation messages
  • Styling validation messages

  • Deciding between promises or observables (RxJS)
  • Making http GET requests
  • Making http POST and PUT requests
  • Issuing a http DELETE request

  • Importing the RouterModule and routes
  • Configuring routes
  • Displaying components using a RouterOutlet
  • Navigating with RouterLink
  • Accessing parameters
  • Organizing your code into modules
  • Working with logging and error handling

  • JSON-based communication
  • Route guards
  • Auth0 based security

  • Tools: Jasmine, Karma
  • Jasmine Syntax: describe, it, beforeEach, afterEach, matchers
  • Setup and your first test
  • E2E Testing

  • Reactive forms module
  • Abstract control, form control, form group, and form array
  • Form builder
  • Validators

Creating a custom attribute directive using ElementRef, Render

  • Built-in pipes: Using, Passing parameters, Chaining
  • Creating a custom Pipe using Pipe Transform
  • Understanding Pure and Impure Pipes

Angular Universal for Server-side Rendering

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

  • What is js?
  • A word on eventloop
  • Event-driven architecture
  • Blocking vs. non-blocking code
  • Setup js
  • Node REPL
  • HelloWorld program
  • Debugging node.js app

  • Understanding exports and require
  • Creating modules
  • Importing modules
  • Quick tour on npm
  • Installing third-party modules

  • Significance of Events
  • Event Emitter class
  • Emitting and listening to events
  • Types of streams
  • Working with streams
  • Composing streams using pipe

  • Process object
  • Handling exceptions at process level
  • Listening to process events
  • Working with file system using fs module
  • Creating, copying, deleting files
  • Creating, copying, deleting directories
  • Watching for file changes
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Who should attend

Cognixia’s MEAN stack training program is highly recommended for current and aspiring –
  • Software developers
  • Web developers
  • Web designers
  • Web masters
  • Full stack developers
  • Software engineers


Participants need to have a basic knowledge of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript as well as an understanding of basic web application concepts.

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