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MERN Stack Developer

MERN Stack is a collection of technologies that enables faster application development. It is used by developers worldwide. The main purpose of using MERN stack is to develop apps using JavaScript only. This is because the four technologies that make up the technology stack are all JS-based. A MERN stack developer is an expert in MongoDB, Express, React and Node. They are proficient in JavaScript and use HTML, CSS and JavaScript to handle front-end operations and JavaScript with Node. js to handle back-end operations.

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MERN stack is a collection of technologies that enables faster application development. It is used by developers worldwide. The main purpose of using MERN stack is to develop apps using JavaScript only. This is because the four technologies that make up the technology stack are all JS-based.

MERN Stack  Job Brief 

  • Ability to translate Wireframes and PSD Designs into functional web apps using HTML5, AngularJS, React , Node.js, and Mongo.
  • Binding of UI elements to JavaScript object models.
  • Creating RESTful services with Node.js.
  • Architect scalable web architectures.

MERN Stack Responsibilities

MERN developers are responsible for writing reusable, testable, and efficient code and developing and designing front end web applications. They are in charge of applying CSS methodologies and tools into creating complete websites.

MERN Stack Skills

  • In-depth knowledge of NodeJS, ExpressJS or Restify.
  • Ability to bind UI elements to JavaScript object models.
  • Experience creating RESTful services with Node.js.
  • Proficiency in OOP and database concepts.
  • Proven experience in front & back-end development.

Front End Developer - HTML

1
Introduction (Including HTML and HTML-5 Difference)
2
Editor set up (Visual Studio Code)
3
Basics (!Doctype, metadata, head tag and structure part.)
4
Elements (Inline, Block level, Including all tags)
5
Attributes
6
Comments
7
Links
8
Images
9
Table
10
Lists (Ul – Unordered List, OL-Ordered List)
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Class
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Id
13
Layouts
14
Semantics
15
Forms
16
Graphics
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Media tags
18
HTML and CSS (Introduction)
19
Style Guide (Internal, External, Inline)

CSS-3

1
Deep Learning
2
Introduction
3
Syntax
4
Class, Id, and Selectors (Including Attributes Selectors)
5
Colour, Background-colour
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Border, Padding, Margin
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Width/Height
8
Fonts, Icons
9
Display Properties (Inline, Block, Inline-Block, Inherit)
10
Position Properties (static, relative, absolute, fixed, sticky)
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Min-Max/width
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Outline
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Box Model
14
Float properties
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Units (px, em, rem, %)
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Pseudo-Class and Pseudo-elements
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Flexbox Model
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Media Query
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Responsive Web Design/Development (Supporting Mobile Phones, Tabs, Small Screen)
20
Bootstrap-4

JavaScript

1
Introduction
2
Basic Variables (Including ES6 – Let and Const)
3
Data Types (String, Number, Boolean, Undefined, null)
4
Operators (=, ==, ===, , , -, –, *, /, %)
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Objects, Arrays
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Primitive Values, Reference Value
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Function (Declaration, Expression)
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Type of Operator
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Adding JavaScript file to HTML page (External file, Internal)
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Defer/async
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If Statements
12
Loops (for, for of, for in)
13
Logical OR and AND Operators
14
Error Handling (Try Catch)
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ES6 (Arrow Function, Class, Constructor, Destructuring, Let, Const, Block Scope, Local Scope)ES6 (Arrow Function, Class, Constructor, Destructuring, Let, Const, Block Scope, Local Scope)
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Anonymous/Call-back Function
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Rest Operator, Spread Operator
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Call (), Apply (), Bind () Methods(Array).
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this keyword
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DOM
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Object Oriented Programming
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Browser API
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Event Handler
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Closure
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Async, Promise & Call-backs
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Http Requests
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Browser Storage
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Security

React

1
Introduction
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} Why React.js? (Other frameworks comparison: – Angular-{Version}, Vue.js)
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React.js project set up (npm, node.js)
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Introduction to JSX
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Components
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Props/State
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Class Based Components/ Function Based Components
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Rendering List Conditionally (map (), find (), filter (), reduce () methods)
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Keys for list Items
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Styling React components (module.css)
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React debugging
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Fragments, Portals & ref
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React Hooks
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Handling side effects (Using useEffect hook and useReducer)
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Props drilling
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Context API
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Connecting to real database (Http Request)
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Promises (Async Await and Handling Errors)
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Custom React Hooks
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Forms and User Input
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Validation
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Introduction to Redux (Latest Versions and Redux ToolKits)
23
React Router (Single page, multi-page application)
24
Authentication
25
Testing React app (Unit test using react test library)
26
Deployment

BootStrap

1
Introduction to Bootstrap
2
Bootstrap Basics
3
Bootstrap Components

Back End Developer - Node js

1
Introduction to Node js
2
Getting Started with example
3
JavaScript ES6 Concepts
4
Node.js Basics
5
Development with progressive and efficient way.
6
Using Express.js (Library)
7
Templating Engines
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Model-view-controller
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Advanced Routes & Models
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Node.js with MongoDB (NoSQL)
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Using Mongoose
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Sessions & Cookies
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Authentication
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Sending E-Mails
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User Input Validation
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Error Handling
17
File Uploads & Downloads
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Pagination
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Async Requests
20
REST API Introduction
21
REST API Features
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Using async-await
23
Web sockets & Socket.io
24
GraphQL Introduction (Alternate to REST API)
25
Deployment

Express JS

Rest API

Microservices

MERN stack is a collection of technologies that enables faster application development. It is used by developers worldwide. The main purpose of using MERN stack is to develop apps using JavaScript only. This is because the four technologies that make up the technology stack are all JS-based
Mern Stack Developer salary in India ranges between ₹ 1.2 Lakhs to ₹ 11.7 Lakhs with an average annual salary of ₹ 4.2 Lakhs. Salary estimates are based on 226 salaries received from Mern Stack Developers.

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