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Full Stack Development

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What is Full Stack Development?

Full Stack Developer works on different levels of combination together to achieve the established function without the need for other modules. The components could be in the front-end or the back-end of the system. Full-stack is used to keep every part of the system runs smoothly which can perform tasks ranging from resizing an image or text in a webpage to mending the kernel. In plain words, Full-stack developer means a person who can simultaneously work with backend, frontend, and database technologies.

  • Frontend: HTML5, JavaScript, JQuery, CSS3, Bootstrap, Angular
  • Backend: Ruby on Rails, PHP, Node.js, Express
  • Database: MySQL, MongoDB, CouchDB

Moreover, a full stack developer is not limited only to these technologies. They should be familiar with different development layers such as:

  1. Server, Network, and security
  2. Data Modeling
  3. Project management and Client coordination
  4. Working with system infrastructure including hardware and OS


Why learn full-stack development?

Full-stack web is used everywhere; to write the software and to run the technology, it is worth to dedicate time to know how the contemporary worldwide web technologies exposure, and for career appraisal.

Mean Stack is a great software combination to build a web application. It has the technologies for server-side (Node.js, Express.js, and MongoDB) as well as client-side (Angular).

Requirements to be a full stack web developer

Programming Languages 

You need to be skilled in multiple programming languages, such as JAVA, PHP, Python, etc. Most of the core business processes are written in these languages. But you need to be familiar with how to structure, design, implement and test the project based on one language.

The full stack development frameworks

Good development frameworks used in full-stack are express for NodeJS, Spring for JAVA, Django for Python, Laravel for PHP, and MVC & Core for ASP.Net .

Front-end technologies

These are becoming important in today’s project and product development. In addition to product features; experience of the user in front-end technologies is also one of the factors in the success of a product. So you need to learn some of the front-end technologies such as HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, Angular, ReactJS and VUE.js, etc.

Database Management Systems

A project needs a database to store data. As a full-stack developer, you need to have one or two databases know-how to interact with it. Currently, the popular database is MySQL, MongoDB, Oracle, SQLServer, etc. Most of the web projects use MySQL, Commercial Projects use Oracle, and big-data projects use MongoDB as the back-end database.

Designing skill

Full stack development also has design requirements which are very important, the skill of basic prototype design, UI design, UX design are also needed to understand.

Full-stack developer course

Kings institute serves you the most thorough and unequivocal full stack developer course. This course is especially served for the people who crave to develop professional websites. Kings Institute teaching methodology aims to teach full stack development step by step in a precise way, able the user to work on back and front-ends and database for web applications.

Front-End Development


  • Fundamentals of HTML
  • Basic HTML tags
  • Format text on Web Pages
  • Incorporate images
  • Create hyperlinks
  • Create complex image maps
  • Create tables and nested tables
  • Insert a form on a web page
  • Set, modify form field properties: text field, drop-down, check box, radio button
  • Validating HTML

Cascading Style Sheet – CSS

  • Introduction
  • Designing with Style Sheets
  • Style Sheet Syntax
  • ID, Class Contextual Selectors
  • Linked (External) Style Sheets
  • Cascading Order
  • Properties: Text, Font, Colors, Backgrounds, Borders
  • Floating Elements
  • Absolute and Relative Positioning i.e. Div’s etc.
  • Layering Elements with the Z-Index
  • Animation of objects

JavaScript & Document Object Model – DOM

  • Introduction to JavaScript
  • Variables and  Objects
  • Decision Making Statement: If, Switch
  • Loops: For, While & Do While
  • Arrays
  • Functions and Prototypes
  • Core JavaScript Objects
  • DOM Introduction
  • DOM Event Model
  • DOM Functions i.e. Document.Write, Document.GetElementById, Document.bgColor etc.


  • Introduction
  • Install & Configuration
  • jQuery Syntax
  • Selectors
  • Effects: Hide/Show, Fade, Slide, Animate, Stop, CSS
  • Events: Click/DblClick, Focus, Blur, Mousemove/leave etc
  • jQuery Callback
  • jQuery Chaining


  • Core Concepts of JSON
  • Arrays
  • JSON Parse
  • JSON Stringify
  • Accessing JSON via AJAX in Javascript


  • Core Concepts of Bootstrap
  • Bootstrap Classes
  • Alerts, Buttons, Badges, Cards
  • Carousel
  • Forms
  • Modal
  • Bootstrap Grid System

Single Page Application


  • What is TypeScript?
  • Language Overview
  • Type Annotations [Datatypes]
  • Type Assertions [Type Casting]
  • Inferred Typings
  • Expressions & Operators
  • Control Structures
  • Arrays
  • OOPs in TypeScript
  • Creating Classes & Objects
  • Transpiling Typescript to Javascript


Introduction and Overview

  • Course Introduction
  • What is Angular?
  • Features and benefits of Angular
  • So many Angular versions! What’s up with them and which version does this course cover?
  • Angular vs Angular 2 vs Angular ++

ClI Deep Dive and Troubleshooting

  • Installing Angular
  • Creating New Project

A Basic Project Setup using Bootstrap for Styling

  • How an Angular App gets Loaded and Started
  • Project Setup and First App
  • Editing the First App


  • Architecture Overview
  • Intro to Modules
  • Intro to Components
  • Intro to Services and DI


  • Components are Important!
  • Creating a New Component
  • Understanding the Role of AppModule and Component Declaration
  • Using Custom Components
  • Creating Components with the CLI & Nesting Components

Components & Templates

  • Displaying Data
  • Template Syntax
  • Lifecycle Hooks
  • Component Interaction
  • Component Styles
  • Angular Elements
  • Dynamic Components

Data Binding

  • What is Databinding?
  • String Interpolation
  • Property Binding
  • Property Binding vs String Interpolation
  • Event Binding
  • Bindable Properties and Events
  • Binding to Custom Properties
  • Assigning an Alias to Custom Properties
  • Binding to Custom Events
  • Assigning an Alias to Custom Events
  • Passing and Using Data with Event Binding
  • Important: FormsModule is Required for Two-Way-Binding!
  • Two-Way-Databinding
  • Combining all Forms of Databinding

Filteration – Pipes

  • Pipes


Structural Directives

  • Using ngIf to Output Data Conditionally
  • Enhancing ngIf with an Else Condition
  • Styling Elements Dynamically with ngStyle
  • Applying CSS Classes Dynamically with ngClass
  • Outputting Lists with ngFor
  • Getting the Index when using ngFor
  • Understanding ngSwitch

Attribute Directives

  • Building an attribute directive


  • User Input
  • Template-driven Forms
  • Form Validation
  • Reactive Forms
  • Dynamic forms

Observables & RxJS

  • Observables
  • The RxJS Library
  • Observables in Angular
  • Practical Usage
  • Compare to Other Techniques

View Encapsulation

  • Understanding View Encapsulation
  • Using Local References in Templates
  • Getting Access to the Template & DOM with @ViewChild
  • Projecting Content into Components with ng-content
  • Getting Access to ng-content with @ContentChild


  • NgModules Introduction
  • JS Modules vs NgModules
  • Frequently Used NgModules
  • Types of Feature Modules
  • Entry Components
  • Feature Modules
  • Providers

Using Services & Dependency Injection

  • Why would you Need Services?
  • Creating a Logging Service
  • Injecting the Logging Service into Components
  • Creating a Data Service
  • Understanding the Hierarchical Injector
  • How many Instances of Service Should It Be?
  • Injecting Services into Services
  • Using Services for Cross-Component Communication
  • What new in Services?
  • Singleton Services


Routing & Navigation

Material Design


Server-Side Development

Database Management System


  • What is MongoDB and its Versions?
  • MongoDB CLI
  • Administration & Query Browser
  • Creating Databases and Collections
  • Data Types:Varchar, Int, Char, Date and Time
  • Deleting databases and collections
  • Inserting, Retrieving, Updating and Deleting documents
  • MongoDB User Accounts, Privileges and Access Control
  • MongoDB documentation

Back-End Development

Node.js using Express Framework

  • Node.js – Get Started
  • What is Node.js
  • Node.js Process Model
  • Setup Dev Environment
  • Node.js Console
  • Node.js Basics
  • Node.js Modules
  • Local Modules
  • Export Module
  • Node Package Manager
  • Node.js Web Server
  • Node.js File System
  • Debugging Node.js
  • Node Inspector
  • Node.js EventEmitter
  • Frameworks for Node.js: Express.js
  • Express.js Web App
  • Serving Static Resources
  • Node.js Data Access: Access MongoDB
  • Template Engine: Jade
  • Project: Web Application and WebAPI


Get Started

  • Create Account
  • Ionic CLI
  • Build with ionic Creator

Development Environment for Ionic

  • Introduction to Ionic
  • Ionic Commands
  • Project Structure
  • Configure Android Development Environment for ionic
  • Configure IOS Development Environment for ionic
  • Creating the ionic application
  • Serving the first application
  • Ionic Development

CSS Components

  • Colors
  • Icons
  • Buttons, check boxes, Inputs
  • Other utilities

Mobile UIs

  • Introduction to Mobile UIs
  • Where mobile UI Framework Fit In
  • First Page
  • Second Page
  • Toolbars
  • Toast
  • Dialogs
  • List Views

Ionic APIs

  • Camera API
  • Connection API
  • File API
  • Notifications API
  • Storage API
  • Media API
  • Storage