Full Stack Web Development With ASP.NET

Full stack web developers are the most demanded software specialists with the knowledge base in both front-end and back-end web development. The professional full stack developer can effortlessly perform agile projects with proficiency. The full stack web developers are seen demand in the recent market since they have massive innovation and experience to include various leading-edge features to your product and enliven the market.

Not each of them has the skill set to control the web project from a 360-degree perspective – only a full stack web developer ensures. As the full stack web developers, there can code for both the front-end and back-end, they are constantly think ahead about the customer demand and comes up with resourceful solutions. Learning full stack web development in the present market is very important because you can support with the whole design of the venture and offer involvement at any level when required.

Full Stack
  • Introduction
  • HTML Version
  • Browser
  • Domain & Hosting
  • CMS
  • Page Structure
  • HTML Elements
  • Headings
  • Paragraphs
  • HR & BR
  • Attributes
  • Text Formatting Elements
  • Vector and pixel graphics
  • Types of images (gif, jpeg, png, svg)
  • File naming conventions
  • Images
  • Hyperlinks
  • Relative & Absolute URL
  • Anchor Bookmark
  • Embed Youtube Videos
  • iFrames
  • Tables
  • Ordered & Unordered List
  • Block & Inline Elements
  • Audio & Video
  • Unicode typing
  • Free graphics resources
  • Online photo editing
  • Forms
  • Labels
  • Meta data –  keywords, descriptions and author
  • Meta viewport
  • Introduction
  • About W3C
  • CSS Rule set
  • Inline, Internal & External CSS
  • CSS Selectors
    1. Simple Selectors
    2. Combinator Selectors
    3. Pseudo-class Selectors
    4. Pseudo-elements Selectors
    5. Attribute Selectors
  • Colors Codes
  • Text Properties
  • Border Properties
  • Margin & Padding
  • Float & Clear Properties
  • Width & Height
  • Background Properties
  • Overflow
  • Units (px & em)
  • Display & Visibility
  • Align
  • !important
  • Position & z-index
  • Opacity
  • Box-sizing
  • Flex
  • Box & Full width layout
  • Media Queries
  • Animation
  • Google Fonts
  • Validate HTML & CSS
  • Google Material Icons
  • Introduction
  • Containers
  • Grid System
  • Typography
  • Colors
  • Tables
  • Images
  • Alerts
  • Buttons
  • Progressbars
  • Spinners
  • List
  • Cards
  • Drop Down
  • Navbar
  • Modal
  • Tooltip
  • Popover
  • Toast
  • Forms
  • Introduction
  • Difference Between Java & JavaScript
  • How & where to write JavaScript
  • JavaScript Output
    1. innerHTML & innerTEXT
    2. document.write()
    3. Alert Box
    4. Console  Log
    5. Output in form elements
    6. Print web page
  • Javascript Compressor
  • Page Reload & Redirection
  • Statements
  • Comments
  • Method/Function, Events & Properties
  • Variables & Arrays
  • Alert, Prompt & Confirm Popup Box
  • Operators
  • Conditional Statements (if then else else if)
  • Switch Statement
  • Conditional (Ternary) Operator
  • Objects
  • Inner & Outer Width & Height
  • Screen Width & Height
  • Animation
  • AJAX
  • Form Validation
  • JavaScript HTML DOM
  • Manipulate CSS properties of elements
  • Get and Set Values of elements
  1. Introduction
  2. IDE
  3. Syntax
  4. Variables
  5. Comments
  6. Data Types
  7. Type Casting
  8. User Input
  9. Operators
  10. Math Class
  11. String
  12. Booleans
  13. If Else
  14. Switch Case
  15. While loop and For loop
  16. Break Continue
  17. Arrays
  18. Methods/Functions, Events, Properties
  19. Methods with parameters
  20. Method Overloading
  21. OOPS
  22. Classes, Objects, Instance
  23. Class members
  24. Constructors
  25. Access Modifiers
  26. Properties
  27. Inheritance
  28. Polymorphism
  29. Abstraction
  30. Interface
  31. Exception
  32. Enums
  • Introduction
  • Setup
  • Components
  • Modules
  • Data Binding
  • Event Binding
  • Templates
  • Directives
  • Pipes & Custom Pipes
  • Routing
  • Passing Parameters to Route
  • Router Outlet And Named Router Outlet
  • Component Communication
    1. Passing data from Parent to child component
    2. Passing Data from Child to Parent Component
    3. Individual Component To Component Communication
  • Forms
    1. Template Driven Forms With Validation
    2. Reactive Forms With Validation
  • Services
  • Interface
  • Dependency Injection
  • HttpClient Module For Calling API
  • Subscribe, Observable, RxJS, BehaviorSubject 
  • Local Storage & Session Storage
  • Styling
  • JSON Structure
  • Web Service  API
  • GET PUT POST DEL
  1. Installation
  2. Management Studio
  3. SQL Data Types
  4. Create, Select, Drop Database
  5. Create Database Backups
  6. Restore Database Backup
  7. Stored Procedures
  8. SQL Queries
    1. Select
    2. Select Distinct
    3. Where
    4. And, Or, Not
    5. Order By Clause
    6. Insert
    7. Update
    8. View Delete
    9. Top
    10. LIMIT
    11. Min, Max
    12. Count, Avg, Sum
    13. Like
    14. In
    15. Between
    16. Joins
    17. Union
    18. Group By
    19. Having
  1. Getting Started
  2. Structure
  3. Routing
  4. Controllers
  5. Actions
  6. Views
  7. Data Model
  8. Model Binding
  9. Database
  10. CRUD Operations
  11. RAZOR
  12. Web API 
  13. Entity Framework Core Code First (CRUD)