Full Stack Development

Become a Full Stack Developer: Building Complete Web Applications

Exploring the World of Full Stack Development

A Comprehensive Guide

Frontend

To create complete, user-friendly applications.

Backend

To create robust, scalable, and efficient server-side applications.

Database

Ensures seamless data storage and retrieval.

Why Full Stack Development?

The Future of Web Development is Here

Our program is designed to take you from beginner to expert, starting with the fundamentals of programming and working up to advanced topics such as design and development.

Our online learning platform includes forums and interactive exercises, so you can get feedback and support from your peers and instructors.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to launch your career as a full-stack developer.

Course Benefits

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Versatile Skill Set

Learning full stack development equips you with front-end and back-end skills, making you a versatile developer capable of handling all aspects of web development, from UI design to server-side logic and database management.

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Increased Job Opportunities

Full stack developers are highly sought after in the job market. Their ability to work on both client and server sides makes them valuable assets to companies, leading to a wide range of job opportunities.

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Higher Salary Potential

Due to their comprehensive skill set and ability to manage complex projects, full stack developers often command higher salaries compared to their counterparts who specialize only in front-end or back-end development.

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Better Project Management

Understanding the entire development process enables full stack developers to efficiently manage projects, overseeing them from start to finish and ensuring seamless integration of front-end and back-end.

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Flexibility and Creativity

Full stack development provides the flexibility to switch between front-end and back-end tasks. This allows for more creativity in solving problems and implementing innovative solutions.

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Enhanced Problem-Solving Skills

Working across the full stack helps developers to better understand and address issues that may arise at different stages of development, ultimately leading to improved problem-solving skills.

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What you'll learn

  • Basics:Understanding the foundation of HTML structure.
  • Heading:Creating titles and subheadings in HTML.
  • Paragraph:Writing and formatting text blocks.
  • Elements:Learning the building blocks of HTML.
  • Attributes:Adding details and properties to HTML elements.
  • Formatting:Styling text with HTML tags.
  • Quotation:Displaying quotes and cited text.
  • List :Creating ordered and unordered lists.
  • Block:Structuring content with block-level elements.
  • Layout:Arranging elements for page design.
  • Style:Applying CSS for visual enhancements.
  • Comments:Adding notes and explanations in HTML code.
  • Introduction:: Basics of CSS for styling web pages.
  • Syntax: Structure and rules for writing CSS.
  • Colors: Setting text and background colors.
  • Background: Applying backgrounds to elements.
  • Border: Defining borders around elements.
  • Padding: Space between content and border.
  • Margin: Space outside the border.
  • Height: Setting element height.
  • Width: Setting element width.
  • Links: Styling hyperlinks.
  • Tables: Styling HTML tables.
  • Font: Changing text fonts.
  • Gradient: Creating gradient backgrounds.
  • Shadow: Adding shadows to elements.
  • Float: Floating elements for layout.
  • Inline-block: Combining inline and block properties.
  • Align: Aligning text and elements.
  • Dropdowns: Styling dropdown menus.
  • Buttons: Designing clickable buttons
  • Array: Collection of elements in an ordered list.
  • Operators: Symbols that perform operations on variables.
  • Variables: Containers for storing data values.
  • Data types: Different kinds of data in JavaScript.
  • Comments: Annotations for code explanation or disablement.
  • Conditions: Decision-making statements in code.
  • Date: Handling and manipulating dates and times.
  • Function: Blocks of code designed to perform tasks.
  • Loop: Iterates over elements or executes repeatedly.
  • Object: Collections of key-value pairs.
  • String: Sequence of characters representing text.
  • Scope: Context where variables are accessible.
  • Syntax: Learn jQuery syntax basics and structure.
  • Selectors: Select HTML elements efficiently using jQuery.
  • Events: Handle user interactions with event methods.
  • Effects: Add dynamic effects to web elements.
  • JQuery HTML: Manipulate HTML content and attributes.
  • Introduction: Overview of Bootstrap framework and features.
  • Basics: Core concepts and structure of Bootstrap.
  • Grids: Creating responsive layouts with Bootstrap grids.
  • CSS: Styling with Bootstrap’s pre-defined CSS classes.
  • JS: Enhancing interactivity with Bootstrap’s JavaScript plugins.
  • Introduction: Overview of PHP for backend development.
  • History: Brief history and evolution of PHP.
  • Variable: Defining and using variables in PHP.
  • String: String manipulation and functions in PHP.
  • Data type: Understanding PHP data types and conversions.
  • Array: Creating and managing arrays in PHP.
  • Control Structures: Conditional statements in PHP.
  • Loops: Implementing loops for repeated actions in PHP.
  • User defined functions: Creating custom functions in PHP.
  • Building web pages: Integrating PHP with HTML for web development.
  • Introduction: Overview of Python and its applications.
  • Basics: Fundamental Python syntax and operations.
  • Flow: Control flow with loops and conditionals.
  • Functions & Modules: Defining and using functions and modules.
  • File handling: Reading from and writing to files.
  • Data Structures: Lists, tuples, sets, and dictionaries.
  • Collections: Specialized data structures in the collections module.
  • Date and Time: Working with dates and times.
  • Regular Expressions: Pattern matching with regular expressions.
  • Threads: Multithreading and concurrent execution.
  • Data definition using SQL: Define and structure database schemas.
  • Data manipulation: Query and modify database records.
  • Data types: Specify types for table columns.
  • Tables: Create and manage database tables.
  • Constraints: Enforce rules on table data.
  • Views: Create virtual tables for queries.
  • Introduction: Overview of MongoDB basics and features.
  • Collections: Understanding and managing MongoDB collections.
  • Inserting data: Methods for inserting data into MongoDB.
  • Filter queries:Querying data using filter conditions.
  • Schema validation: Ensuring data integrity with schema validation.
  • Aggregation:Performing complex data aggregation operations.

HTML
  • Basics:Understanding the foundation of HTML structure.
  • Heading:Creating titles and subheadings in HTML.
  • Paragraph:Writing and formatting text blocks.
  • Elements:Learning the building blocks of HTML.
  • Attributes:Adding details and properties to HTML elements.
  • Formatting:Styling text with HTML tags.
  • Quotation:Displaying quotes and cited text.
  • List :Creating ordered and unordered lists.
  • Block:Structuring content with block-level elements.
  • Layout:Arranging elements for page design.
  • Style:Applying CSS for visual enhancements.
  • Comments:Adding notes and explanations in HTML code.
CSS
  • Introduction: Basics of CSS for styling web pages.
  • Syntax: Structure and rules for writing CSS.
  • Colors: Setting text and background colors.
  • Background: Applying backgrounds to elements.
  • Border: Defining borders around elements.
  • Padding: Space between content and border.
  • Margin: Space outside the border.
  • Height: Setting element height.
  • Width: Setting element width.
  • Links: Styling hyperlinks.
  • Tables: Styling HTML tables.
  • Font: Changing text fonts.
  • Gradient: Creating gradient backgrounds.
  • Shadow: Adding shadows to elements.
  • Float: Floating elements for layout.
  • Inline-block: Combining inline and block properties.
  • Align: Aligning text and elements.
  • Dropdowns: Styling dropdown menus.
  • Buttons: Designing clickable buttons
Javascript
  • Array: Collection of elements in an ordered list.
  • Operators: Symbols that perform operations on variables.
  • Variables: Containers for storing data values.
  • Data types: Different kinds of data in JavaScript.
  • Comments: Annotations for code explanation or disablement.
  • Conditions: Decision-making statements in code.
  • Date: Handling and manipulating dates and times.
  • Function: Blocks of code designed to perform tasks.
  • Loop: Iterates over elements or executes repeatedly.
  • Object: Collections of key-value pairs.
  • String: Sequence of characters representing text.
  • Scope: Context where variables are accessible.
JQuery
  • Syntax: Learn jQuery syntax basics and structure.
  • Selectors: Select HTML elements efficiently using jQuery.
  • Events: Handle user interactions with event methods.
  • Effects: Add dynamic effects to web elements.
  • JQuery HTML: Manipulate HTML content and attributes.
Bootstrap
  • Introduction: Overview of Bootstrap framework and features.
  • Basics: Core concepts and structure of Bootstrap.
  • Grids: Creating responsive layouts with Bootstrap grids.
  • CSS: Styling with Bootstrap’s pre-defined CSS classes.
  • JS: Enhancing interactivity with Bootstrap’s JavaScript plugins.
PHP
  • Introduction: Overview of PHP for backend development.
  • History: Brief history and evolution of PHP.
  • Variable: Defining and using variables in PHP.
  • String: String manipulation and functions in PHP.
  • Data type: Understanding PHP data types and conversions.
  • Array: Creating and managing arrays in PHP.
  • Control Structures: Conditional statements in PHP.
  • Loops: Implementing loops for repeated actions in PHP.
  • User defined functions: Creating custom functions in PHP.
  • Building web pages: Integrating PHP with HTML for web development.
Python
  • Introduction: Overview of Python and its applications.
  • Basics: Fundamental Python syntax and operations.
  • Flow: Control flow with loops and conditionals.
  • Functions & Modules: Defining and using functions and modules.
  • File handling: Reading from and writing to files.
  • Data Structures: Lists, tuples, sets, and dictionaries.
  • Collections: Specialized data structures in the collections module.
  • Date and Time: Working with dates and times.
  • Regular Expressions: Pattern matching with regular expressions.
  • Threads: Multithreading and concurrent execution.
MySQL
  • Data definition using SQL: Define and structure database schemas.
  • Data manipulation: Query and modify database records.
  • Data types: Specify types for table columns.
  • Tables: Create and manage database tables.
  • Constraints: Enforce rules on table data.
  • Views: Create virtual tables for queries.
MongoDB
  • Introduction: Overview of MongoDB basics and features.
  • Collections: Understanding and managing MongoDB collections.
  • Inserting data: Methods for inserting data into MongoDB.
  • Filter queries:Querying data using filter conditions.
  • Schema validation: Ensuring data integrity with schema validation.
  • Aggregation: Performing complex data aggregation operations.

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EMI Option Available

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Available in English, தமிழ், Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada

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What Our Students Says

SkillRadar's Full Stack Development internship exceeded my expectations. Not only did I gain hands-on experience in both front-end and back-end technologies, but I also had the opportunity to work on real-world projects. The mentorship provided was invaluable, helping me sharpen my skills and prepare for a career in web development.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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The course starts from 3 month to 6 months.
No prior experience is required, though basic programming knowledge is beneficial.
Yes, a certificate of completion will be awarded upon successful completion of the course.
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