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Fullstack Training Masters

  • Get Certified at the Best Full Stack Masters Institute
  • Get trained by industry experts.
  • Full Stack Classroom and Online training.
  • 20+ Real-time projects
  • Real time projects, Interviews and Job Support
25000+ Students Enrolled
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45 Days Duration

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Roles for Full Stack Course
  • Front End Developer
  • UI Developer
  • Angular Developer
  • Javascript Developer
  • MEAN Stack Developer

Why Should you take the Full Stack Masters Course?

  • Learn Full stack developers are all-rounders. There is a rapid growth in the increase in development of web and mobile applications using Full Stack.
  • Acces A full stack developer earns an average salary of 130k USD per year.
  • Keyfeature There is a 20 per cent growth in demand for ‘full stack developers’ compared to last year.

Why Full stack Masters Program in Digital Lync?

  • Learn Digital Lync offers one of the best Full Stack Masters Program in Hyderabad with a comprehensive course curriculum.
  • Acces Elevate your practical knowledge with quizzes, assignments, Competitions and Hackathons to give a boost to your confidence with our hands-on Full Stack Training.
  • Acces Full Stack Mastersin Hyderabad at Digital lync Makes you industry ready with coaching sessions, interview prep advice, and resume with 1-1 Mentoring.

Course Curriculum

It stretches your mind, think better and create even better.

Introduction to HTML.


HTML Attributes

HTML Editors

HTML Document Structure

HTML Headings

HTML Paragraphs

HTML Styles

HTML Comments

HTML Blocks, Classes, Ids

HTML Tables

HTML Lists

HTML Images

HTML Forms

HTML File Paths

Introduction to CSS

CSS Selectors

Inserting CSS in to HTML(Inline, Internal,External)

Colors, Borders, Background, margins, padding.

Working with core concepts of CSS


Introduction to Javascript

Scripting Languages and their usage

Getting Started with JavaScript.

History of JavaScript


Data types

Real time examples

Operators and control statements.

Types of Operators and their usage.

If statement

If else statement

If else if statement

Real time examples

while loop

do-while loop

for loop

keywords used in control statements like return,break.

Real time examples

Working with Functions

Defining Functions

Function Expressions

Calling Functions.

Function Scope.

Nested Functions.

First class functions


Real time examples

Working with Arrays

Creating an Array.

Accessing,Looping Over,removing elements.

Array methods in detail.

Real time examples

Working with Numbers and Dates

Numbers and its methods.

Date and its methods.

Real time examples

Working with Strings

Strings and its methods.

Real time examples

Working with Objects

Objects and properties.

Creating new objects.

Creating objects using create function.

this keyword.

Real time examples

Working with Scopes and Events

Types of Scopes in detail.

Different types of events with real time examples.

Working with Validations

Basic Validations

Advanced Validations

Real time examples

Understanding Garbage Collection and Best coding practices.

Angular Basics

Introduction to Angular

Different versions of Angular

Differences between Angularjs, Angular versions

Angular Basics

Building blocks of Angular.

Environment Setup

First Application using Angular.


Generating Components using Angular CLI

Angular Basics




Angular Basics

Dependency Injection

Generating Services using CLI.

Working with Data and Events

Property Binding

Attribute Binding

Adding Bootstrap

Class Binding

Style Binding

Event Binding

Event Filtering

Working with Data and Events

Template Variables

Two-way Binding


Custom Pipes

Components in detail.

Input Properties

Aliasing Input Properties

Output Properties

Passing Event Data

Aliasing Output Properties


Components in detail.

Adding Styles

View Encapsulation



Deep dive in to Directives.



Hidden Property



ngFor and Change Detection

Deep dive in to Directives

The Leading Asterisk



Safe Traversal Operator

Creating Custom Directives

Play with Template-driven forms

Building a Bootstrap Form

Types of Forms -ngModel

Adding Validation

Specific Validation Errors

Styling Invalid Input Fields

Play with Template-driven forms

Cleaner Templates



Control Classes and Directives

Disabling the Submit Button

Working with Check Boxes

Working with Drop-down Lists

Working with Radio Buttons

Play with Reactive Forms


Creating Controls Programmatic-ally

Adding Validation

Specific Validation Errors

Implementing Custom Validation

Play with Reactive forms

Asynchronous Operations

Asynchronous Validation

Showing a Loader Image

Validating the Form Upon Submit

Nested FormGroups



Working with HTTP Services



Getting Data

Creating Data

Updating Data

Deleting Data

OnInit Interface

Separation of Concerns

Extracting a Service

Working with HTTP Services

Handling Errors

Handling Unexpected Errors

Handling Expected Errors

Throwing Application-specific Errors

Handling Bad Request Errors

Importing Observable Operators and Factory Methods

Global Error Handling

Working with HTTP Services

Extracting a Reusable Error Handling Method

Extracting a Reusable Data Service

The Map Operator

Optimistic vs Pessimistic Updates

Observables vs Promises

Routing and Navigation


Routing in a Nutshell

Configuring Routes




Getting the Route Parameters

Working with Node JS

Introduction to NodeJS

History of NodeJS

Features of NodeJS

Architecture of NodeJS

Environment Setup

Running First Application

REPL Terminal


Core concepts of NodeJS


Event-driven programming

Core concepts of NodeJS

Working with FileSystem

Understanding Global Objects

Core concepts of NodeJS



Intro to Modules

Core concepts of NodeJS

Working with predefined modules

OS Module

Path Module

Core concepts of NodeJS

Crypto Module


Using NodeJS for Web

Understanding HTTP Module

Creating a server

Handling requests.

Web Modules of Node JS

URL Module

Net Module

Introduction to MongoDB Database

Getting started with MongoDB

Features of MongoDB

Environment Setup

Basics of MongoDB

Creating First Database

Creating Document and Saving it to Collection

Dropping a Database

Creating a Collection

Using db.createCollection(name,options)

Dropping a Collection

CRUD Operations

Creating/Inserting a document in collection using javascript file

Inserting Array of Documents

Reading a Document


Reading a Document with $lt, $gt operator

Updating Documents

Deleting documents

Indexes and ObjectIds

Introduction to Indexes

Understanding Impact of Indexes

Creating Index

Finding Indexes

Dropping Index

Understanding ObjectIds

Creating ObjectIds

Advantages of ObjectIds created by MongoDB

Disadvantages of ObjectIds created by MongoDB

Aggregation and Data Modelling in MongoDB

Using aggregate() method

Using distinct() and count()

Sorting documents

Introduction to Data Modelling in MongoDB

Data Modeling using References

Data Modeling using Embedded documents

Relationships in MongoDB

One-To-One Relationship

One-To-Many Relationship

Many-To-Many Relationship

MongoDB with Nodejs


Using MongoClient

Using Mongoose

Creating database using MongoClient and Mongoose

CRUD operations on MongoDB with Nodejs





Intro to React


Environment Setup



Props Overview

Building blocks of ReactJS

Component API

Component Life Cycle






Getting Started with Youtube Clone App

Project Setup

A Taste of JSX

More on JSX

ES6 Import Statements

ReactDOM vs React

Differences Between Component Instances and Component Classes

Render Targets

Component Structure

Youtube Search API Signup

Export Statements

Class-Based Components

Handling User Events

Introduction to State

More on State

Controlled Components

Making API calls using AJAX

Youtube Search Response

Refactoring Functional Components to Class Components


Building Lists with Map

List Item Keys

Video List Items

Detail Component and Template Strings

Handling Null Props

Video Selection

Styling with CSS

Searching for Videos

Throttling Search Term Input

Working with Redux

What is Redux.

Redux Architecture.

Application state with Redux

Putting Redux to Practice



Connecting Redux to React

Containers Continued

Implementation of a Container Class

Containers and Reducers Review

Actions and Action Creators

Binding Action Creators

Creating an Action

Consuming Actions in Reducers

Consuming Actions in Reducers Continued

Conditional Rendering

Reducers and Actions Review


Component Setup

Controlled Components and Binding Context

Form Elements in React

Working with API's

Introduction to Middleware

Ajax Requests with Axios

Redux-Promise in Practice

Avoiding State Mutations in Reducers

Building a List Container

Mapping Props to a Render Helper

Adding Sparkline Charts

Making a Reusable Chart Component

Labeling of Units

Google Maps Integration


Posts API

Quick Note

Installing React Router

What React Router Does

The Basics of React Router

Route Design

Our First Route Definition

State as an Object

Back to Redux

Index Action

Implementing Posts Reducer

Action Creator Shortcuts

Rendering a List of Posts

Creating New Posts

A React Router Gotcha

Navigation with the Link Component

Redux Form

Setting Up Redux Form

The Field Component

Generalizing Fields

Validating Forms

Showing Errors to Users

Handling Form Submittal

Form and Field States

Conditional Styling

More on Navigation

Create Post Action Creator

Navigation Through Callbacks

The Posts Show Component

Receiving New Posts

Selecting from OwnProps

Data Dependencies

Caching Records

Deleting a Post

Fundamentals of Cloud

Fundamentals of Virtualization

Cloud Service Offerings

Cloud Deployment Models

History and Evolution of AWS

Overview of AWS Products and Services

Walk through of AWS Free Tier Account

AWS Global Infrastructure

AWS Terminologies

SDLC Models

Waterfall vs Agile vs DevOps

DevOps Practices

Live Projects

Full Stack Projects

Review Commenting System:

Reviews help the organizations to understand the performance of their work and perform analysis on their products by direct...

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Full Stack Projects

Online Multi-pay System.

Online Multi-pay System allows different customers to select multiple options for payment. All the major E-commerce applications has this feature by default. We implement...

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Full Stack Projects

Co Working spaces management Application.

Co Working Spaces is the latest trend for all startups. CSMA is the generic application that can be used by any CoWorking Space..

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Full Stack Projects

Online Movie Data Platform.

Movie Data platform is the one stop real-time information about any movies released so far. This platform allows ...

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Full Stack Projects

LetsMeet- A Collaboration tool

This Collaboration portal helps different users to post their meet ups information. Admin is responsible to accept or decline ...

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Full Stack Projects

Online Results Management System.

Online Results Management System is a generic application that can be used by any educational institution to make the results available to the ...

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Full Stack Projects

SourceOne- Portal for Placements.

SourceOne is the one stop solution for job seekers. This portal helps any job seeker to get the right information about jobs posted by different companies and ...

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Full Stack Projects

E-LoanSure - Loan Management System.

E-LoanSure helps the customers to apply loans through portal. This application reduces lot of paper work and accelerate loan ...

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Full Stack Projects


WeatherFC helps the users to get detailed weather forecast information of different countries across the globe. This application does not need any credentials to access the ...

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Full Stack Projects


EasyABS is the doctor Appointment Booking System. This application helps the users to get access to different doctors information in few clicks. EasyABS allows the patients to book their appointment ...

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Case Studies

Fullstack Case Flipkart

E-Commerce application such as Flipkart Developing an E2E E-commerce application using front end technologies such as HTML,CSS,BS, Angular and backend technologies such as NodeJS, MongoDB , Express etc.

Fullstack Case Netflix

How netflix did product transformation using full stack. How the development team provided better user experience for both mobile and desktop users by using prefetching techniques.


Our Full Stack Masters Program has precisely been developed to reach out to the demand of the learners with keeping in mind the industry standards.
This Full stack Masters Program will particularly be helpful for the career advancement of the following audience -

Graduates from the College.

Currently working employees looking to upskill themselves.

Candidates looking for a change in the IT Field.

There are no specific prerequisites for Full Stack training in Hyderabad. If you are familiar with programming and foundation skills with a sense of curiosity and willingness to learn you are all set for the Full Stack Masters Program

Full Stack Masters Classes are conducted over the Weekdays and Weekends through classroom and online sessions. Please get in touch with the Digital Lync team to get exact schedule and timings.

Full stack Masters Program duration is 50 hours.

Weekday full stack Training classes will be one hour long and Weekend classes will be three hours long.

Please find the detailed Full Stack Masters Program curriculum in the Digital Lync full stack course curriculum section.

Yes, we will assist our students with all the interview preparation techniques.

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