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Intellipaat’s MEAN Stack master’s course is designed and curated by industry experts who have over 12 years of substantive experience in working as full-stack developers. Thus, by enrolling in this training program, you can lay a solid foundation on all the core components of MEAN, plus gain proficiency in HTML, CSS, DevOps, and more. In addition, you will work on several MEAN Stack projects that will help you evaluate your skills and knowledge to solve real-world business problems.
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At Intellipaat, we do not enforce any pre-requisites for learners who want to upskill their MEAN stack knowledge. Everybody is welcome to enroll in this course.
1.1 Various types of databases
1.2 Introduction to Structured Query Language
1.3 Distinction between client server and file server databases
1.4 Understanding SQL Server Management Studio
1.5 SQL Table basics
1.6 Data types and functions
1.8 Authentication for Windows
1.9 Data control language
1.10 The identification of the keywords in T-SQL, such as Drop Table
2.1 Data Anomalies
2.2 Update Anomalies
2.3 Insertion Anomalies
2.4 Deletion Anomalies
2.5 Types of Dependencies
2.6 Functional Dependency
2.7 Fully functional dependency
2.8 Partial functional dependency
2.9 Transitive functional dependency
2.10 Multi-valued functional dependency
2.11 Decomposition of tables
2.12 Lossy decomposition
2.13 Lossless decomposition
2.14 What is Normalization?
2.15 First Normal Form
2.16 Second Normal Form
2.17 Third Normal Form
2.18 Boyce-Codd Normal Form(BCNF)
2.19 Fourth Normal Form
2.20 Entity-Relationship Model
2.21 Entity and Entity Set
2.22 Attributes and types of Attributes
2.23 Entity Sets
2.24 Relationship Sets
2.25 Degree of Relationship
2.26 Mapping Cardinalities, One-to-One, One-to-Many, Many-to-one, Many-to-many
2.27 Symbols used in E-R Notation
3.1 Introduction to relational databases
3.2 Fundamental concepts of relational rows, tables, and columns
3.3 Several operators (such as logical and relational), constraints, domains, indexes, stored procedures, primary and foreign keys
3.4 Understanding group functions
3.5 The unique key
4.1 Advanced concepts of SQL tables
4.2 SQL functions
4.3 Operators & queries
4.4 Table creation
4.5 Data retrieval from tables
4.6 Combining rows from tables using inner, outer, cross, and self joins
4.7 Deploying operators such as ‘intersect,’ ‘except,’ ‘union,’
4.8 Temporary table creation
4.9 Set operator rules
4.10 Table variables
5.1 Understanding SQL functions – what do they do?
5.2 Scalar functions
5.3 Aggregate functions
5.4 Functions that can be used on different datasets, such as numbers, characters, strings, and dates
5.5 Inline SQL functions
5.6 General functions
5.7 Duplicate functions
6.1 Understanding SQL subqueries, their rules
6.2 Statements and operators with which subqueries can be used
6.3 Using the set clause to modify subqueries
6.4 Understanding different types of subqueries, such as where, select, insert, update, delete, etc.
6.5 Methods to create and view subqueries
7.1 Learning SQL views
7.2 Methods of creating, using, altering, renaming, dropping, and modifying views
7.3 Understanding stored procedures and their key benefits
7.4 Working with stored procedures
7.5 Studying user-defined functions
7.6 Error handling
8.1 User-defined functions
8.2 Types of UDFs, such as scalar
8.3 Inline table value
8.4 Multi-statement table
8.5 Stored procedures and when to deploy them
8.6 What is rank function?
8.7 Triggers, and when to execute triggers?
9.1 SQL Server Management Studio
9.2 Using pivot in MS Excel and MS SQL Server
9.3 Differentiating between Char, Varchar, and NVarchar
9.4 XL path, indexes and their creation
9.5 Records grouping, advantages, searching, sorting, modifying data
9.6 Clustered indexes creation
9.7 Use of indexes to cover queries
9.8 Common table expressions
9.9 Index guidelines
10.1 Creating Transact-SQL queries
10.2 Querying multiple tables using joins
10.3 Implementing functions and aggregating data
10.4 Modifying data
10.5 Determining the results of DDL statements on supplied tables and data
10.6 Constructing DML statements using the output statement
11.1 Querying data using subqueries and APPLY
11.2 Querying data using table expressions
11.3 Grouping and pivoting data using queries
11.4 Querying temporal data and non-relational data
11.5 Constructing recursive table expressions to meet business requirements
11.6 Using windowing functions to group
11.7 Rank the results of a query
12.1 Creating database programmability objects by using T-SQL
12.2 Implementing error handling and transactions
12.3 Implementing transaction control in conjunction with error handling in stored procedures
12.4 Implementing data types and NULL
13.1 Designing and implementing relational database schema
13.2 Designing and implementing indexes
13.3 Learning to compare between indexed and included columns
13.4 Implementing clustered index
13.5 Designing and deploying views
13.6 Column store views
14.1 Explaining foreign key constraints
14.2 Using T-SQL statements
14.3 Usage of Data Manipulation Language (DML)
14.4 Designing the components of stored procedures
14.5 Implementing input and output parameters
14.6 Applying error handling
14.7 Executing control logic in stored procedures
14.8 Designing trigger logic, DDL triggers, etc.
15.1 Applying transactions
15.2 Using the transaction behavior to identify DML statements
15.3 Learning about implicit and explicit transactions
15.4 Isolation levels management
15.5 Understanding concurrency and locking behavior
15.6 Using memory-optimized tables
16.1 Accuracy of statistics
16.2 Formulating statistics maintenance tasks
16.3 Dynamic management objects management
16.4 Identifying missing indexes
16.5 Examining and troubleshooting query plans
16.6 Consolidating the overlapping indexes
16.7 The performance management of database instances
16.8 SQL server performance monitoring
17.1 Correlated Subquery, Grouping Sets, Rollup, Cube
18.1 Performance Tuning and Optimizing SQL Databases
18.2 Querying Data with Transact-SQL
Writing Complex Subqueries
In this project, you will be working with SQL subqueries and utilizing them in various scenarios. You will learn to use IN or NOT IN, ANY or ALL, EXISTS or NOT EXISTS, and other major queries. You will be required to access and manipulate datasets, operate and control statements in SQL, execute queries in SQL against databases.
Querying a Large Relational Database
This project is about how to get details about customers by querying the database. You will be working with Table basics and data types, various SQL operators, and SQL functions. The project will require you to download a database and restore it on the server, query the database for customer details and sales information.
Relational Database Design
In this project, you will learn to convert a relational design that has enlisted within its various users, user roles, user accounts, and their statuses into a table in SQL Server. You will have to define relations/attributes, primary keys, and create respective foreign keys with at least two rows in each of the tables.
1.1 EC2 Walkthrough
1.2 Installation of DevOps Tools on cloud
2.1 What is Software Development
2.2 Software Development Life Cycle
2.3 Traditional Models for SDLC
2.4 Why DevOps?
2.5 What is DevOps?
2.6 DevOps Lifecycle
2.7 DevOps Tools
3.1 What is Continuous Testing?
3.2 What is Maven?
3.3 Running Test Cases on Chromium Web Driver
3.4 What is Headless Mode?
Hands-on Exercise –
1. Using Maven to import dependencies in Eclipse
2. Implementing a headless test using Chrome WebDriver
4.1 Introduction to Continuous Integration
4.2 Jenkins Master Slave Architecture
4.3 Understanding CI/CD Pipelines
4.4 Creating an end to end automated CI/CD Pipeline
Hands-on Exercise –
1. Creating a Jenkins Master Slave on AWS
2. Installing Plug-ins in Jenkins
3. Creating Jenkins Builds
4. Creating Scheduled Builds
5. Triggering Jobs using Git Web Hooks
6. Using the Pipeline Plugin In Jenkins
5.1 What is Version Control
5.2 Types of Version Control System
5.3 Introduction to SVN
5.4 Introduction to Git
5.5 Git Lifecycle
5.6 Common Git Commands
5.7 Working with Branches in Git
5.8 Merging Branches
5.9 Resolving Merge Conflicts
5.10 Git Workflow
Hands-on Exercise –
1. Git Life cycle Commands
2. Pushing Code to Github
3. Stashing Code in git
4. Creating, Deleting Git Branches
5. Reverting a Push to GitHub
6. Merging branches using git merge
7. Merging branches using git rebase.
8. Resolving merge conflicts using git merge tool
6.1 Introduction to Docker
6.2 Understanding Docker Lifecycle
6.3 Components of Docker Ecosystem
6.4 Common Docker Operations
6.5 Creating a DockerHub Account
6.6 Committing changes in a Container
6.7 Pushing a Container Image to DockerHub
6.8 Creating Custom Docker Images using Dockerfile
Hands-on Exercise –
1. Common Docker Operations
2. Creating a DockerHub Account
3. Committing Changes to a Container
4. Pushing container to DockerHub
5. Creating Local Image Repository
6. Building an Image using Dockerfile
7.1 What are Docker Volumes
7.2 Deploying a Multi-Tier Application using Docker Network
7.3 Using Docker Compose to deploy containers
7.4 What is Container Orchestration
7.5 Container Orchestration Tools
7.6 Introduction to Docker Swarm
7.7 Deploying a 2-Node Cluster using Docker Swarm
Hands-on Exercise –
1. Creating Docker Volumes
2. Using Docker Compose to deploy multiple containers
3. Deploying a Multi Node Cluster using Docker Swarm
4. Deploying a multi-service app on Docker Swarm
8.1 Need of Configuration Management
8.2 Configuration Management Tools
8.3 What is Puppet
8.4 Puppet Architecture
8.5 Setting up Master Slave using Puppet
8.6 Puppet Manifests
8.7 Puppet Modules
8.8 Applying configuration using Puppet
8.9 Puppet File Server
Hands-on Exercise –
1. Setting up Master Slave on AWS
2. Testing Connection of nodes with Puppet
3. Creating a Manifest
4. Deploying Manifest on Node
5. Creating a Module
6. Deploying sample software on nodes using Puppet Modules and Manifests
7. Implementing a File Server Module on Puppet
9.1 What is Ansible?
9.2 Ansible vs Puppet
9.3 Ansible Architecture
9.4 Setting up Master Slave using Ansible
9.5 Ansible Playbook
9.6 Ansible Roles
9.7 Applying configuration using Ansible
Hands-on Exercise –
1. Installing Ansible on AWS
2. Creating a Playbook using YAML
3. Creating an Ansible Role
4. Using Roles in Playbook
10.1 Introduction to Kubernetes
10.2 Docker Swarm vs Kubernetes
10.3 Kubernetes Architecture
10.4 Deploying Kubernetes using Kubeadms
10.5 Alternate ways of deploying Kubernetes
10.6 YAML Files
10.7 Creating a Deployment in Kubernetes using YAML
10.8 Services in Kubernetes
10.9 Ingress in Kubernetes
10.10 Case Study – Kubernetes Architecture
Hands-on Exercise –
1. Setting up Kubernetes using kubeadm
2. Installing Kubernetes using kops and GCK
3. Creating a Deployment
4. Creating Services
5. Creating an Ingress
6. Demonstrating the use of Ingress, services and deployments together
11.1 What is Continuous Monitoring
11.2 Introduction to Nagios
11.3 Nagios Architecture
11.4 Monitoring Services in Nagios
11.5 What are NRPE Plugins
11.6 Monitoring System Info using NRPE plugins
Hands-on Exercise –
1. Installing Nagios
2. Monitoring of different servers using Nagios
12.1 What is Infrastructure as a code
12.2 Iac vs Configuration Management
12.3 Introduction to Terraform
12.4 Installing Terraform on AWS
12.5 Basic Operations in terraform
12.6 Terraform Code Basics
12.7 Deploying and end-to-end architecture on AWS using Terraform
Hands-on Exercise –
1. Installing Terraform
2. Initializing AWS Terraform Provider
3. Creating an EC2 instance using Terraform
4. Updating changes to EC2 using Terraform
5. Destroying EC2 using Terraform
6. Deploying EC2 inside a custom VPC using Terraform
Creating CI/CD Pipeline to build and test a Website
Creating a CI/CD Pipeline to integrate devops tools like git, docker, Jenkins, puppet and selenium. In this project, we will be containerizing a website which will be pushed to git, and then will be deployed automatically on the testing server, and if everything goes well, will be pushed to production servers.
Deploying an app on Kubernetes using CI/CD Pipelines
In this project, you will be creating a CI/CD pipeline which is integrated with Kubernetes. This project will make use of tools like Git, Docker, Jenkins, selenium and Kubernetes. First we will containerize the code pushed in git, save the docker image and then push the image to Dockerhub. Finally it will be deployed on Kubernetes
Merging Git Branches
In this project, we will understand the importance of merging branches in git. We will be using a production use case where merging is required, based on the use case we will have to decide whether we will be using git merge or rebase. Since this is a production problem, we will also have to make use of Git Workflows.
Implementing Git Workflow
Analyzing and using a specific Git Workflow scenario. In this case study, you will work with industry-standard architectures, merging branches, and simulating a working architecture in Git. You will have to be familiar with topics such as Git branches, Git workflows, merging, and rebasing to work on this case study.
Creating Custom Containers in Docker
Creating a custom container from the base Ubuntu container. In this case study, you will be required to create a Dockerfile, push the container to Dockerhub, and create custom Docker images. Through this case study, you will cover the working knowledge and implementation of Dockerfile and Dockerhub in DevOps.
Using Blind Mounts, Docker Compose, and Docker Swarm
In this case study, you will be deploying an application using Docker compose, Bind Mounts, and Docker Swarm. You will create and use Blind Mounts in Docker, deploy multiple docker applications with Docker Compose, and create a Docker Swarm cluster and deploy applications over it. You will also use Docker storage and Docker Networks.
Using Puppet for Configuration Management
In this case study, you will be learning how to work with Docker, puppet manifests, conditional statements, modules, and classes to create Modular scripts and also to manage a large fleet of servers with Puppet.
Using Selenium to Create Automated Test Cases
In this case study, you will be required to create automated test cases using Selenium. You will also have to create runnable jar files and run headless tests in Chrome using Non-GUI Linux. Through this case study, you will have a thorough understanding of how Selenium, runnable jar files, ChromeDriver, and headless tests work.
1.2 ES6 and Babel
1.3 Arrow functions and template literals
1.4 Rest and spread operators
1.5 Classes and inheritance
1.6 Static methods and properties
1.7 Iterators and iterables
2.1 Why React?
2.2 Version history of React
2.3 React 15 vs React 16
2.4 Using create-react-app
2.5 Debugging first react app
3.1 Working with React.createElement
3.2 Logical operators and expressions
3.3 Specifying attributes and children
4.1 Component architecture and its significance
4.2 Types of components
5.1 State and its significance
5.2 Set and read states
5.3 Passing data to a component through props
5.4 Validation of props with propTypes
5.5 Using default props to supply default values to props
5.6 Rendering lists
5.7 Using the React key prop
5.8 Using the map function for iteration on arrays to generate elements
6.1 React event system and the synthetic event
6.2 Passing arguments to event handlers
6.3 Component lifecycle
6.4 Significance of lifecycle methods and real-time use cases
7.1 Controlled and uncontrolled components
7.2 Significance of the default Value prop
7.3 Using the React ref prop to access the DOM element
8.1 Setting up the router
8.2 Understanding routing with the help of single-page applications
8.3 Working with HashRouter and BrowserRouter components
8.4 Configuration of the router, using the route component
8.5 Using switch component for defining routing rules
8.6 Using route params for making routes dynamic
8.7 Working with nested routes
8.8 Navigation to pages, using NavLink and Link components
8.9 Using the redirect component to redirect the route
8.10 Using the prompt component to get user consent for navigation
8.11 Making use of the pathless route for handling failed matches
9.1 What is redux?
9.2 Why redux?
9.3 Principles of redux
9.4 Installation and setup process of redux
9.5 Creation of reducer, actions, and store
9.6 What is Immutable.js?
9.7 Collections in Immutable
9.8 Lists, sets, and maps
10.1 What is React Redux and why is it used?
10.2 Installation and setting up of React Redux
10.3 Container components vs presentational components
10.4 Understanding the high-order component
10.5 Understanding mapDispatchtToProps and mapStateToProps usage
11.1 Why redux middleware?
11.2 Choices available in redux middleware
11.3 Redux saga
11.4 Setting up and installing redux
11.5 Working with saga helpers
11.6 Promises vs sagas
12.1 Significance of unit testing
12.2 Understanding unit testing tools and jargons
12.3 Unit testing react components, using enzyme and jest
13.1 Handling exceptions in components
13.2 Error boundaries
14.1 Webpack and its use
14.2 Setting up and installing Webpack
14.3 Working with the configuration file of Webpack
14.4 Working with loaders
14.5 Quick word on lazy loading, code splitting, and tree shaking
14.6 Setting up a hot module replacement
14.7 Server-side rendering (SSR)
14.8 Working with renderToStaticMarkup and renderToString methods
Project 1: Developing an iOS Calculator
Domain: iOS Application
Problem Statement: Build and implement an iOS calculator using React
Topics: Nested routes, Webpack, and expressions
Project 2: Building an Offline Image Compressor
Domain: Image Compressor
Problem Statement: Develop an offline image compressor with browser-image-compression and React
Topics: Redux, iterators, and rendering lists
RDBMS, types of relational databases, challenges of RDBMS, NoSQL database, its significance, how NoSQL suits Big Data needs, introduction to MongoDB and its advantages, MongoDB installation, JSON features, data types and examples
Installing MongoDB, basic MongoDB commands and operations, MongoChef (MongoGUI) installation and MongoDB data types
Hands-on Exercise: Install MongoDB and install MongoChef (MongoGUI)
The need for NoSQL, types of NoSQL databases, OLTP, OLAP, limitations of RDBMS, ACID properties, CAP Theorem, Base property, learning about JSON/BSON, database collection and documentation, MongoDB uses, MongoDB write concern—acknowledged, replica acknowledged, unacknowledged, journaled—and Fsync
Hands-on Exercise: Write a JSON document
Understanding CRUD and its functionality, CRUD concepts, MongoDB query and syntax and read and write queries and query optimization
Hands-on Exercise:Use insert query to create a data entry, use find query to read data, use update and replace queries to update and use delete query operations on a DB file
Concepts of data modelling, difference between MongoDB and RDBMS modelling, model tree structure, operational strategies, monitoring and backup
Hands-on Exercise: Write a data model tree structure for a family hierarchy
In this module, you will learn MongoDB® Administration activities such as health check, backup, recovery, database sharding and profiling, data import/export, performance tuning, etc.
Hands-on Exercise: Use shard key and hashed shard keys, perform backup and recovery of a dummy dataset, import data from a CSV file and export data to a CSV file
Concepts of data aggregation and types and data indexing concepts, properties and variations
Hands-on Exercise: Do aggregation using pipeline, sort, skip and limit and create index on data using single key and using multi-key
Understanding database security risks, MongoDB security concept and security approach and MongoDB integration with Java and Robomongo
Hands-on Exercise: MongoDB integration with Java and Robomongo
Implementing techniques to work with variety of unstructured data like images, videos, log data and others and understanding GridFS MongoDB file system for storing data
Hands-on Exercise: Work with variety of unstructured data like images, videos, log data and others
Project: Working with the MongoDB Java Driver
Problem Statement: How to create table for video insertion using Java
Topics: In this project, you will work with MongoDB Java Driver and become proficient in creating a table for inserting video using Java programming. You will work with collections and documents and understand the read and write basics of MongoDB database and the Java virtual machine libraries.
What is Angular, what are its features and advantages, understanding the Angular Technology Stack and Angular Library Components.
What is TypeScript, what is its need, how to install TypeScript, Nodemon for monitoring changes, interfaces in Class, String Templates, Maps, Sets and Object Destructuring, Var, Let, and Const keywords.
The top features of Angular, CLI prompts, Angular Compiler, dependency and document updates, Angular elements and improved accessibility.
Building with Angular Components, building web components, custom elements, Angular CLI, ng-packagr, the lifecycle of Angular Components, creating a component and Deeper Nesting.
What is a responsive web design, building responsive web design with Angular, introduction to Bootstrap, creating responsive layouts with Bootstrap and code design for responsive websites.
What is event binding, how to create event binding in Angular, building directives, template model, what is SystemJS and Webpack, responding to DOM events mostly created by users and getting inputs by binding to these inputs.
Understanding Dependency Injection, the Dependency Injection API, Angular framework for Dependency Injection, coding pattern for dependencies, overview of service and how to create a service.
The function of a Directive in Angular, extending the power of HTML, giving it a new syntax, various types of Directives, how to create a custom Directive, different types of built-in Directives and custom structural Directives.
What are Pipes in Angular and their features, transforming value in Angular template, various built-in Pipes in Angular, how to use it in any template and creating a custom Pipe in Angular.
What are Forms in Angular and what are their functions, advantages of Forms, template-driven Forms, reactive Forms, what is Angular Validation and Model driven approach.
What is Angular Routing, its fundamentals, benefits and features, building a single page application and updating it dynamically with Angular Routing, what is Parameter Routing, Router Lifecycle Hooks and Child Routes.
What are Promises and Observables in Angular, comparing the two, handling HTTP requests with Promise, resolving multiple values with Observables, RxJS library for reactive programming with Observables, interacting with http get() in Angular and http Post.
Introduction to testing Angular applications, setup and tools for testing, deploying Angular Test Bed for testing on Angular framework, testing services in Angular, E2E and DOM testing.
In this project, you will be working on creating a book store project by making use of the Angular CLI command.
Write a hello world program using Visual Studio, perform hoisting for variable and function, create variables using different declarations, create an Employee class with several data members, implement OOPs concept, implement the destructuring concept, create a seat and a map of employee objects, create a module that performs different operations, etc.
For this project, you will be asked to create a book page that takes inputs in a textbox and a submit button. Perform all types of data binding, perform even binding on the submit button, and perform two-way data bringing with the help of ngModel directive.
Display an array of books using ngFor directive. To change the background color in alternating rows, you will need to apply ngStyle and nggClass directive. You will also be asked to create a custom attribute directive as and when we highlight any book name in the table.
Services and DI
Create a service to populate book data from restful web services as part of the assignment.
For this project, you will be required to apply various pipes on table data.
HTTP and Observables
As part of this project, you will be asked to modify the service to get data from web services.
Using the different bootstrap features such as grid system, table classes, button classes, form classes, etc., create specific pages.
Routing and Navigation
In this project, you will need to create the routes if a user wants to search for book details.
Template Drive Forms
Using template drive forms, create the bookshop requirements. You will also have to work on creating certain error messages if the input is found to be in an incorrect format and then validate the input data. Fetch book data from the server, create book collections with different columns, and submit input data by users to book collection.
Introduction to the Internet, and Web Technologies, learning about Server, Server types, HTTP Protocol, programming and methods, introduction to HTML programming, creation of HTML tags, marketing element with tags, adding attributes to an element, HTML5 Document Declaration and Document Structure, the strengths of HTML5 – extensive multimedia support, Canvas element, drag and drop features, geolocation, web storage, web workers and web sockets.
Detailed understanding of HTML5, the various elements like Header, Footer, Navigation, Section, Address, Article and Menu Elements, HTML specifications, creation of menu with order and unordered list, command table, distinguishing between Section & Article Element, web form creation and DIV element.
Hands-on Exercise – Write an htmp page with Header, Footer, Navigation elements, Create menu with order and unordered list, Create a web form, Create a div and a span element.
Hands-on Exercise – Traverse HTML document using Ajax interactions and retrived the values of elements, Access Google Hosted CDN
Introduction to Cascading Style Sheets, and CSS Selectors, understanding the various functions like HTML, CSS, Val, AddClass, RemoveClass, toggleClass Function, hasClass Function, understanding attr Function, removeAttr Function, prop Function, removeProp Function, Attribute Equal Selector, Attribute Not Equal Selector, Attribute Start with Selector, Attribute Ends with Selector, understanding Class, Element, ID, Lang, Not, Root Selector, working with last-of-type selector, Only Child Selector, Parent, Empty, Form and Button Selector.
Hands-on Exercise – Perform css operations to change the properties and alignments of page elements and tags
Introduction to JQuery Core, understanding how JQuery Core is defined in the JQuery Script, understanding the various functions like isEmptyObject, isPlainObject, isNumeric, isWindow Function, isArray Function, isEmptyObject, isPlainObject, the merge and map function, summary.
Hands-on Exercise – Use functions isEmptyObject, isPlainObject, isNumeric, isWindow Function, isArray Function, isEmptyObject, isPlainObject, the merge and map function
The objectives of JQuery Event Model, Binding Event Handlers, the bind and unbind event attachment, JQuery New Event API, current Target and related Target Property, JQuery Event Classification, form, mouse, keyboard events, trigger functions, custom events, the trigger Handler Function, summary.
Hands-on Exercise – Bind Event Handlers, Bind and Unbind event, set current Target and related Target Property, Handle events of form field entry, mouse clicks, keyboard events, trigger functions, custom events, the trigger Handler Function
Understanding the of Document Object Model, DOM Manipulation and function classification, the various Functions like wrap, wrapAll, wrapInner, unwrap, working with append, prepend, DOM Insertion, insertAfter, replaceAll Functions, summary.
Hands-on Exercise – Manipulate DOM using jQuery methods like wrap, wrapAll, wrapInner, unwrap, working with append, prepend, DOM Insertion, insertAfter, replace All
Hands-on Exercise – Use heart plugin to show ratings of a webpage, Use $.ajax() to define GET and POST request handlers, Use jqXHR Object, Send a AJAX request, Use jQuery $.get() Method, Use $.post() Method
Project – Login Page and Load the data
Industry : Internet
Problem Statement – How to create a typical login page
Topics : It creates a login page which contains two fields that is username and password. If user enters the correct value then it will show a successful message and redirect to another page which includes three options: Load Data, Reload Data, Load Content. This is a hands-on project that helps you understand how HTML and JQuery works.
Multiple Linux installations, automated installation using Kick start, deploying it using web server, installation media and Kick start configuration files.
Linux Package which is Pre-built set of programs, installation of Packages, its libraries and the dependencies, understanding the low-level and high-levels tools needed, configuring Linux Yum Server, understanding the Yum repository Server-Client system.
Deep dive into Linux Services, the important system files, utilities, directories.
Learning about SystemD, the Linux-specific system and service manager, understanding what are the programs that run when Linux loads, familiarising with the systemctl commands.
Linux user management, groups, attributes and file permissions, granting permission based on tasks to be performed, various advanced user administration features, setting user and group disk space quotas, Linux file system quotas.
Managing the Linux File System, understanding the Logical Volume Management, allocating disks, stripping, mirroring, resizing, logical volumes, deploying LVM for setting hard disks for physical volumes.
Understanding the concept of RAID data storage virtualization, the RAID software management tool, learning about Linux Kernel with RAID Support, implementing the software RAID in Linux.
Learning about the Server Configuration in Linux, the FTP/SFTP, the HTTP Server/Client Systems configuration.
Understanding the Samba Open Source tool, the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol, configuring the Samba Server and SMTP with Linux.
Understanding the basics of firewall in Linux, deploying the firewall and iptables in Linux which is a rule-based firewall system in Linux, testing the firewall rules.
Understanding how to configure databases in Linux, working with MySQL database and MariaDB database for configuring it with Linux.
Learning about the various control panels in Linux, its various uses and applications in various services, deploying of these control panels to manage the Linux servers.
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Intellipaat is offering the 24/7 query resolution, and you can raise a ticket with the dedicated support team at anytime. You can avail of the email support for all your queries. If your query does not get resolved through email, we can also arrange one-on-one sessions with our trainers.
You would be glad to know that you can contact Intellipaat support even after the completion of the training. We also do not put a limit on the number of tickets you can raise for query resolution and doubt clearance.
Intellipaat is offering you the most updated, relevant, and high-value real-world projects as part of the training program. This way, you can implement the learning that you have acquired in real-world industry setup. All training comes with multiple projects that thoroughly test your skills, learning, and practical knowledge, making you completely industry-ready.
You will work on highly exciting projects in the domains of high technology, ecommerce, marketing, sales, networking, banking, insurance, etc. After completing the projects successfully, your skills will be equal to 6 months of rigorous industry experience.
Intellipaat actively provides placement assistance to all learners who have successfully completed the training. For this, we are exclusively tied-up with over 80 top MNCs from around the world. This way, you can be placed in outstanding organizations such as Sony, Ericsson, TCS, Mu Sigma, Standard Chartered, Cognizant, and Cisco, among other equally great enterprises. We also help you with the job interview and résumé preparation as well.
You can definitely make the switch from self-paced training to online instructor-led training by simply paying the extra amount. You can join the very next batch, which will be duly notified to you.
Once you complete Intellipaat’s training program, working on real-world projects, quizzes, and assignments and scoring at least 60 percent marks in the qualifying exam, you will be awarded Intellipaat’s course completion certificate. This certificate is very well recognized in Intellipaat-affiliated organizations, including over 80 top MNCs from around the world and some of the Fortune 500companies.
Apparently, no. Our job assistance program is aimed at helping you land in your dream job. It offers a potential opportunity for you to explore various competitive openings in the corporate world and find a well-paid job, matching your profile. The final decision on hiring will always be based on your performance in the interview and the requirements of the recruiter.