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PROJECT BASED
FULL STACK DEVELOPMENT

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Program Objective

The Project-Based Full-Stack Development course is designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary to become a full-stack developer. The course covers a range of topics, including front-end web development, back-end web development, database management, and project management. Upon completion of the course, students will be able to design and build web applications from start to finish.

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If you’re looking to get into full stack development, then the Full Stack Development Program from CQS is a great option. Here’s a look at some of the benefits of joining this program:

  • You’ll learn all the skills you need to be a successful full stack developer.
  • The program is designed to give you the practical experience you need to succeed in the industry.
  • You’ll have the opportunity to work with a variety of technologies, including popular frameworks like AngularJS and Node.js.
  • The program is taught by experienced industry professionals who know what it takes to be successful in full stack development.
  • You’ll get access to all the resources you need to succeed, including a dedicated career coach and mentorship from industry experts.

If you’re ready to take your career to the next level, then the Full Stack Development Program from CQS is the perfect choice for you. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you reach your full potential as a full stack developer.

Who Is This Program For?

12th Pass Students, Job-seekers, Graduates of Engineering/ undergraduates, Computer Science or IT working  professionals.

Top Skills You Will Learn

Front-end and back-end development, Web Development, Full stack development, Java, Dot Net.

Job Opportunities

Web developer, Front-end developer, Back-end developer, Full-stack developer

PROGRAMS COVERED UNDER FULL STACK

Professional Program in Dot net

The Professional Program in Dot Net from CQS is an intensive training program that will give you the skills and knowledge you need to be a successful .NET developer. This program is designed for experienced developers who want to take their career to the next level. During the program, you will learn about the latest .NET technologies.

Professional Program in Java

Java is a versatile and powerful programming language that enables developers to create robust, high-performance applications. The Professional Program in Java from CQS provides students with the skills and knowledge they need to become professional Java developers. The program covers all aspects of Java development, from basic syntax to advanced concepts such as object-oriented programming and design patterns.

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

 Full stack development course with Java Specialization is a comprehensive course that teaches you the fundamentals of Full Stack development using the Java programming language. The course covers the basics of Full Stack development, including setting up a development environment, creating a simple web application, and deploying it to a production server.

Duration: 6 months
Eligibility: 10th & 12th ≥ 50% BE/BTech. (All Streams) ≥ 50% BCA, BSc (CS/IT) Degree ≥ 50% PG : MCA, ME/M.Tech
Specialization: Java

  • Introduction to Programming Concepts
  • Representing the Programming Logic Using Alorithms
  • Representing the Programming Logic Using Flowcharts
  • Representing the Programming Logic Using Pseudocode
  • Understanding Decision making and Iterations
  • Working with Large Volumes of Data
  • Classes and Objects 
  • Constructers and Destructors, Overloading
  • Inheritance
  • Virtual Functions
  • Polymorphism
  • Working with Files

 

HTML             

  • Introduction to WEB
  • HTML Basics
  • HTML4 Drawbacks
  • HTML5 Introduction
  • HTML5 Syntax
  • DTD – Overview
  • Obsolete Elements/Deprecated Elements
  • Deprecated Attributes in HTML5
  • HTML5 Events
  • HTML5 Attributes
  • HTML5 Replaced Elements
  • HTML5 New Elements (More meaningful elements)
  • HTML5 New inline elements
  • HTML5 Input Types (More meaningful elements)
  • What is a Webform?(Web Forms 2.0)
  • HTML5 Form Elements
  • HTML5 Form Attributes
  • New attributes for <form> and <input>
  • New attributes for <form>
  • New attributes for <input>
  • HTML5 Canvas HTML5-GRAPHICS (2D and 3D Effects)
  • HTML5 SVG HTML5-GRAPHICS (2D and 3D Effects)
  • HTML5 Drag/Drop (Deeper Integration with OS)
  • HTML5 Geolocation(Deeper Integration with OS)
  • HTML5 Multimedia (playing video and audio is easier than ever)
  • HTML55 Media (playing video and audio is easier than ever)
  • HTML5 Video (playing video and audio is easier than ever)
  • HTML5 Audio (playing video and audio is easier than ever)
  • WebRTC (Real-time Communication between Browsers) (Stay connected)
  • HTML5 Web Storage (Expect the unexpected)
  • HTML5 App Cache (Offline Storage)
  • HTML5 Web Workers (Background JavaScript)
  • HTML5 SSE (One Way Messaging)
  • HTML5 Microdata(More meaningful elements)
  • HTML5 Web Workers (Stay connected)
  • HTML5 – WebSockets (Stay connected)
  • HTML5 – Web SQL Database
  • File / Hardware Access (Deeper integration with the Operating System)
  • HTML5 –MathML (Integrating Mathematical formulas  in Web)

 

CSS

  • CSS 1.0 and 2.0
  • CSS3 (Presentation & Styling)
  • Borders
  • CSS3 Backgrounds
  • CSS3 Text Effects
  • CSS3 Fonts
  • CSS3 2D Transforms
  • CSS3 3D Transforms
  • CSS3 Transitions
  • CSS3 Animations
  • CSS3 Multiple Columns
  • CSS3 User Interface
  • PhoneGap
  • Twitter Bootstrap (Powerful mobile front-end framework)
  • Download Bootstrap
  • Bootstrap Grid System
  • Grid options

 

Bootstrap CSS Overview

  • Bootstrap Typography
  • Bootstrap Tables
  • Bootstrap Forms
  • Bootstrap Buttons
  • Bootstrap Images
  • Bootstrap Helper Classes
  • Bootstrap Responsive utilities
  • Print classes
  • Bootstrap Glyphicons
  • Bootstrap Dropdowns
  • Bootstrap Button Groups
  • Bootstrap Button Dropdowns
  • Bootstrap Input Groups
  • Bootstrap Navigation Elements
  • Bootstrap Navbar
  • Bootstrap Pagination
  • Bootstrap Badges
  • Bootstrap Alerts
  • Bootstrap Progress Bars
  • Bootstrap Media Object
  • Bootstrap List Group
  • Bootstrap Panels
  • Bootstrap Wells
  • Bootstrap Plugins Overview

 

  • Programming with Java
  • Class, Object, and Types of classes
  • Packages in Java
  • Data types in Java
  • Variables, Constants, and Literals
  • Methods in Java
  • Constructor in Java
  • Modifiers in Java
  • Static Keyword
  • Final Keyword
  • Inner Class in Java
  • Super and this Keyword
  • OOPs concepts
  • Encapsulation
  • Inheritance
  • Polymorphism
  • Abstraction
  • Garbage Collection
  • Input Output Stream
  • Collections Framework
  • Serialization
  • Exception Handling in Java
  • Java Annotations
  • Reflection in Java
  • Java Array 
  • String, String Buffer, String Builder
  • Java Thread
  • JDBC intro
  • Agile 
  • Learn Database models
  • Overview of SQL Server Management Studio and Transact-SQL language
  • Master writing simple and complex queries that retrieve data from the database
  • Calculate information across result sets using aggregate queries (sum, min, max, avg, etc.)
  • Insert, update, and delete data
  • Retrieve data from tables
  • Joins
  • Sub-queries
  • Working with Data Types
  • Procedure and Functions
  • Understand the different Views
  • Working with Triggers
  • Design a database
  • Maintain databases, tables, and sequences with SQL statements
  • Create and manage views
  • Ensure the integrity of multiple, related database updates by using transactions
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  • Introducing Web Application Development
  • Working with Java Servlet Technology
  • Implementing Inter-Servlet Communication
  • Working with Sessions
  • Working with Filter
  • Working with JavaServer Pages Technology
  • Working with Scripting elements
  • Working with Implicit Objects
  • Working with Directive Elements
  • Exception Handling
  • Implementing Action Elements
  • Expression Language
  • Developing MVC-Based Web Applications
  • Storing and Manipulating Data in a Web Application
  • Developing Asynchronous Web Applications
  • Developing a Secure Web Application
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  • LINEAR DATA STRUCTURE
  • Working with Array
  • Working with Singly link list
  • Working with Doubly link list
  • Working with Circular link list
  • Application of link list
  • Implementing Stack
  • Implementing Queue
  • Working with Priority Queue
  • Non-linear data structure
  • Working With Tree
  • Working with Searching and sorting
  •  
  • Introduction to Responsive Web Design
  • Creating Attractive Web Pages
  • Working with Media Queries and Viewport
  • Adding Fluidity to a Website
  • Introduction to JavaScript Libraries
  • Manipulating and Traversing HTML DOM Using JQuery
  • Event-Driven Programming with JQuery and Ajax
  • Using Bootstrap
  • Working with JQuery Mobile

Creating Advance JQuery Mobile Pages

 

  • Introduction to Node JS
  • Setup Dev Environment
  • Working with Node JS Modules
  • Working with Node Package Manager
  • Working with Creating Web server
  • Working with File System
  • Working with Debugging Node JS Application
  • Working with Events
  • Working with Express.JS
  • Working with Serving Static Resources
  • Working with Database connectivity

Working with Template Engines

 

  • Working with Hibernate and JSF Using Hibernate with IDE
  • Working with Hibernate Application
  • Working with Hibernate Logging
  • Working with Inheritance Mapping
  • Working Collection Mapping
  • Working Component Mapping
  • Working with Transaction Management
  • Working with Hibernate Caching
  • Objectives of the Course
  • Introduction to JSF
  • Steps to configure JSF framework
  • Steps to develop a first application using JSF
  • Understanding internal flow of first application in JSF
  • About Managed beans
  • Using internationalization with JSF
  • Understanding backing beans and their need
  • Understanding bean scopes and their differences
  • Using annotations in JSF
  • Understanding bean configuration
  • About JSF navigation and their need
  • Understanding JSF tag library
  • About JSF tables
  • About JSF conversion and validation
  • Understanding event handling in JSF
  • Understanding subviews and tiles
  • About custom components and their creation process
  • Integration JSF with Hibernate
  • Using Netbeans and Eclipse IDE for developing JSF based applications

 

  • Basics of Spring
  • Working with Spring with IDE
  • Working with IOC container
  • Working with Dependency Injection
  • Working with Spring AOP
  • Working with Spring JDBC
  • Working with Spring with ORM
  • Working with SpEL
  • Working with Spring 3 MVC
  • Working with OXM Frameworks
  • Working with Spring Java Mail
  • Working with Web Integration

 

  • Introduction To API
  • Basics of Rest API
  • API Tooling
  • Atom Installation
  • Working with a Code Editor
  • MongoDB and Postman
  • NoSQL Database
  • NPM with Node JS
  • Hello world Example in API
  • Adding and Retrieving Data
  • Deleting and Updating Data
  • Adding Features
  • Refactoring
  • Authentication with the Use Model
  • Securing Resources
  • Middleware Authentication
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SPECIALIZATION: DOT NET

  • Introduction to Programming Concepts
  • Representing the Programming Logic Using Alorithms
  • Representing the Programming Logic Using Flowcharts
  • Representing the Programming Logic Using Pseudocode
  • Understanding Decision making and Iterations
  • Working with Large Volumes of Data
  • Fundamentals of C#
  • Data Types and Variables
  • Basic Flow Control
  • Library Functions Functions in C# to handle Arithmatic operations and Strings
  • Methods
  • Debugging and Exceptions
  • Generics and Collections
  • Classes in C#
  • Inheritance and Polymorphism
  • File I/O and Streams
  • Delegates and Events
  • Introduction to Basic Database Concepts
  • E-R Modeling and Diagram
  • Normalization
  • Introduction to SQL Server      
  • Introduction to SQL
  • DDL and DML Statements
  • Working with Queries (DQL)
  • Aggregate Functions
  • Joins and Set Operations
  • Implementation of Data integrity
  • Types of constraints
  • Implementing Views
  • Data Control language (DCL)
  • Working with Indexes
  • Writing Transact-SQL (T-SQL)
  • Working with Stored Procedures and Functions
  • Implementing Triggers
  • Working with Cursors
  • Transaction Control Language (TCL)
  • Backup and Restore
  • Advance Features

HTML5                       

  • HTML5 Introduction
  • Page Layout Semantic Elements
  • HTML5 Web Forms
  • Canvas API
  • SVG API
  • HTML5 Media (Video & Audio)
  • Web Storage API
  • Geolocation
  • Web Workers
  • HTML5-Server Sent Events

CSS

  • CSS 1.0 and 2.0
  • CSS3 (Presentation & Styling)
  • Borders
  • CSS3 Backgrounds
  • CSS3 Text Effects
  • CSS3 Fonts
  • CSS3 2D Transforms
  • CSS3 3D Transforms
  • CSS3 Transitions
  • CSS3 Animations
  • CSS3 Multiple Columns
  • CSS3 User Interface
  • PhoneGap
  • Twitter Bootstrap (Powerful mobile front-end framework)
  • Download Bootstrap
  • Bootstrap Grid System
  • Grid options

Bootstrap CSS Overview

  • Bootstrap Typography
  • Bootstrap Tables
  • Bootstrap Forms
  • Bootstrap Buttons
  • Bootstrap Images
  • Bootstrap Helper Classes
  • Bootstrap Responsive utilities
  • Print classes
  • Bootstrap Glyphicons
  • Bootstrap Dropdowns
  • Bootstrap Button Groups
  • Bootstrap Button Dropdowns
  • Bootstrap Input Groups
  • Bootstrap Navigation Elements
  • Bootstrap Navbar
  • Bootstrap Pagination
  • Bootstrap Badges
  • Bootstrap Alerts
  • Bootstrap Progress Bars
  • Bootstrap Media Object
  • Bootstrap List Group
  • Bootstrap Panels
  • Bootstrap Wells
  • Bootstrap Plugins Overview
  • Introducing in Asp.net Developing Asp.net Application Object in Asp.net
  • Working on Server Control
  • Working on validation Control
  • Working on Login Control
  • Working on Standard Control
  • Working with data Control
  • Working with Style
  • Managing State Navigation Theme
  • Master Page Skins
  • Connectivity in Sql server
  • Introduction To MVC

    • MVC Architecture
    • Understand the MVC design pattern and how it’s applied in ASP.NET MVC
    • Understanding Model
    • Understanding View
    • Understanding Controller
    • Key benefits of ASP.NET MVC
    • Advantages of MVC based Web Application
  • HTML Helper Methods
  • Render HTML Form
  • Using Drop Down List
  • Binding Html Helper to Model
  • Using “For” Methods with Typed Model
  • Creating Views with HTML Helpers
  •  
  • Exploring Controllers and Controller Base class
  • Passing data from Controller to View
  • Comparing View Data, View Bag and Temp Data
  • Types of Action Methods
  • Action Method Parameters
  •  
  • Default model Binder
  • Complex Type Model Binding
  • Form Collection
  • Model Binding
  • Http Posted File
  • Introduction to ADO.NET
  • Creating Tables and Relationships
  • SQL Fundamentals
  • Stored Procedures
  • Insert, Update, Delete, Select commands
  • Overview of AJAX and ASP.NET MVC
  • Unobtrusive AJAX
  • Using AJAX Action Links
  • Overview of jQuery
  • jQuery Techniques
  • Using jQuery UI
  •  
  • Creating strongly-typed views
  • Understanding URLs and action methods
  • Using HTML helpers
  • Handling form post-backs
  •  
  • Using hidden fields
  • Session and Application State
  • Custom model bindings

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Tools Covered

IT Tools

who should do this course?

12th Pass Students

Job-Seekers

Working Professionals

Under-Graduates/ Graduates

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career Opportunities after doing Full Stack Development

After completing a Full stack development program, students will have the skills and knowledge necessary to pursue a career in web development. There are many different jobs titles that students may be interested in pursuing, such as web developer, front-end developer, back-end developer, or full-stack developer.

  • Web developer

  • Front-end developer

  • Back-end developer

  • Full-stack developer

  • Software Engineer

  • Java Developer

  • Application Developer

  • Application Developer

  • Systems Administrator

  • IT Consultant

  • Database Administrator

  • Dot Net Developer

Certificates We'll Prepare You For

CQS's Full Stack Development with Java/ Dot Net Specialization

NIELIT CCC certification

OUR STUDENTS ARE WORKING AT

100+ PLACEMENT PARTNERS

KEY HIGHLIGHTS OF THE PROGRAM

Be Industry Ready with this outcome-driven program will help you acquire skills to combine technology tools and software engineering approach.

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