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web development training course in bangaloreSDLC Training Institute offers the best Web Development Training Courses in Marathahalli, Bangalore. These Web Development Training Courses are taught by our professional trainers. Our Trainers are well experienced and have previously worked as Web Design and Developer at top MNC companies.

At SDLC Training Institute, we offer real-time experience and job oriented training. We provide classroom, online and corporate training in all the Web Development Training Courses in a group as well as individually. Apart from this, we also provide 100% Job Placement Assistance Program after successful completion of the web development training.

In the Web Development, we cover HTMLCSSJavaScript, JavaScript ES6JavaScipt ES2017Angular JSNode JSReact JS and many more technologies. By learning all these Web Development Courses, you will have a clear and deep understanding of how to design and develop Websites and Web Applications.

What is Web Development?

Web Development is basically development websites for the World Wide Web or the Internet. It can involve the development of a range of plain static website design to dynamic interactive web designs based on the type of Business.

How we will start the course?

  • Learn from basics
  • Practice coding
  • Set your algorithm carefully
  • Trace your codes on paper
  • Read sources on Web Development  regularly

At end of the course?

  • Trainees will understand the core concepts of Web Development.
  • Participants will have an understanding of how to create and implement algorithms.
  • Candidates will have detailed knowledge of Web Development.
  • Real-time project experience.

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Introduction of HTML, CSS

Welcome & What We’re Learning
What is HTML & CSS?
HTML Tags, Attributes & Elements
File & Folder Naming Conventions
Typical Website File & Folder Structure
Managing Your Production Files
Tools of the Trade

HTML Foundations: Part I

Starting Your First Web Page
The Doctype
The Basic Structure of an HTML Document
Page Title
Headings
Paragraphs
Emphasis & Strong Emphasis
HTML Parent/Child Structure

HTML Foundations: Part II

Hyperlinks
Lists
Images
Address

HTML Foundations: Part III

Tables
Forms
HTML Special Characters

HTML Foundations: Part IV

IDs & Classes
Span & Div
Header & Footer
Nav, Section & Article
Aside
Time
Abbreviations & Quotes

CSS Foundations: Part I

The Style Rule
Inline styles
Internal styles
External styles
CSS Selectors, Properties & Values
Inheritance of Styles
Pixels, Percentages, Points & Ems!

CSS Foundations: Part II

ID Selectors
Class Selectors
Descendant Selectors
Grouping Selectors
Get Your Hands Dirty!

CSS Foundations: Part III

The Box Model
Colours (or Colors)
Text Styling & Formatting
Sexy Typography
Borders
Background Images
Styling Forms

CSS Foundations: Part IV

Styling Links
Block & Inline Elements
Float & Clear
CSS Positioning
CSS Specificity

Putting It All Together

Final Website Walk Through
About the Course Files
HTML: Coding the Header & Hero
HTML: Coding the General Content
HTML: Coding the News & Events
HTML: Coding the Footer
CSS: Adding Normalize.css
CSS: General Styles & Typography
CSS: Styling the Header
CSS: Styling the Hero
CSS: Styling the General Content
CSS: Styling the News & Events
CSS: Styling the Footer
The Finished Product & Conclusion

Introduction to Javascript

Introduction
“Hello World” with Javascript
Little History
Variables
Using ‘REPL’ style console
Data Types
Flavor of Javascript
The String data type
The Number data type
The Boolean data type
Comments
Operators
Expressions
‘if-else’ statement
‘switch’ statement
The ‘while’ loop
The ‘for’ loop
‘break’ and ‘continue’
Functions
Variable Scope
Type Conversion
Javascript in a web page
Using external Javascript files

Objects & Arrays

What are objects?
Object properties
JSON- Javascript Object Notation
The ‘global’ object
Arrays in Javascript
Sparse Arrays
Arrays as objects
Length of an array
Iterating over an array
Deleting elements of an array
Methods in an array
Sorting arrays

Functional Programming with Javascript

Coverage
Functional paradigm
Higher Order functions
Anonymous functions
Nested functions
Closures
List Comprehension – filter function
List Comprehension – map function
List Comprehension – reduce function
Accessing variable number of arguments

Object Oriented Programming with Javascript

Coverage
Functions as Objects
The ‘this’ keyword
Constructor functions
Using the ‘prototype’ property
Inheritance using ‘prototype’

Miscellaneous

Coverage
Error handling
Debugging
DOM: Document Object Model
A simple slideshow
‘setTimeout’ function
Browser events
Event bubbling and propagation
The event object
AJAX overview
Using XMLHttpRequest object
Using var keyword for local variables
How browsers work

Before We Get Started with JavaScript ES6

  • Introduction
  • ES6 vs ES2015

The ‘forEach’ Helper

  • Array Helper Methods – The Easiest Way to Write Better Code
  • The forEach Helper
  • forEach Continued
  • Why Use forEach?
  • Moving Away from For Loops
  • Processing Values

 

The ‘map’ Helper

  • The Map Helper
  • Map Helper Continued
  • Where Map Is Used
  • Plucking Values
  • Calculating Values with Map
  • Really Hard – Implementing ‘Pluck’

 

The ‘filter’ Helper

  • Selecting Needed Data with Filter
  • More on Filtering
  • Choosing When to Filter
  • Filtering Values
  • Handling Permissions with Filter
  • Challenging!  Implementing ‘reject’.

 

The ‘find’ Helper

  • Querying For Records with Find
  • Find Continued
  • Using Find to Search for Users
  • Finding Admin Users
  • What’s Your Balance?
  • Really Challenging: Custom findWhere Helper

 

The ‘every’ and ‘some’ Helper

  • A Little Every and a Lot of Some
  • More on Every and Some
  • Every and Some Syntax
  • Every and Some in Practice
  • Finding Submitted Users
  • In Progress Network Requests

 

The ‘reduce’ Helper

  • Condensing Lists with Reduce
  • A Touch More of Reduce
  • Ace Your Next Interview with Reduce
  • Distance Traveled
  • Reducing Properties
  • Hardmode: Custom ‘Unique’ Helper

 

Const/Let

  • Variable Declarations with Const and Let
  • What Const and Let Solve
  • A Constant Exercise of Letting Variables Be Variables
  • Const/Let Refactoring

 

Template Strings

  • Template Strings
  • When to Reach for Template Strings
  • Template Strings in Practice
  • Name Helpers

 

Arrow Functions

  • Fat Arrow Functions
  • Advanced Use of Arrow Functions
  • When to Use Arrow Functions
  • When to Use Arrow Functions Continued
  • Refactoring Keyword Functions
  • Arrow Functions Aren’t Always a Solution

 

Enhanced Object Literals

  • Enhanced Object Literals
  • Wondering When to Use Enhanced Literals?
  • Multiple Properties with Enhanced Notation
  • Condensing Code with Enhanced Literals
  • Literals in Functions
  • Refactor to use enhanced literal notation

 

Default Function Arguments

  • Specifying Default Function Arguments
  • Use Cases of Defaulting Arguments
  • Using Default Arguments
  • Dumping Unused Code

 

Rest and Spread Operator

  • Capturing Arguments with Rest and Spread
  • The Rest on Rest and Spread
  • Look to Use Rest and Spread in This Case
  • Many, Many Arguments
  • Spreadin’ Arrays
  • Mixing Rest and Spread

 

Destructuring

  • Goldmine of ES6: Destructuring
  • Destructuring Arguments Object
  • Destructuring Arrays
  • Destructuring Arrays and Objects *At the Same Time*
  • So…When to Use Destructuring?
  • More on When to Use Destructuring
  • Destructuring in Practice
  • Array Destructuring in Practice
  • Recursion with Destructuring

 

Classes

  • Introduction to Classes
  • Prototypal Inheritance
  • Refactoring with Classes
  • Extending Behavior of Classes
  • When to Use Classes
  • Game Classes
  • Subclassing Monsters

 

Generators

  • One Quick Thing: For…Of Loops
  • Introduction to Generators
  • Generators With a Short Story
  • Another Step in Our Generator Story
  • The Big Reveal on ES6 Generators
  • A Practical Use of ES6 Generators
  • Delegation of Generators
  • Delegation of Generators Continued
  • Symbol.Iterator with Generators
  • Complexities of Symbol.Iterator
  • Generators with Recursion
  • More on Generators and Recursion

 

Promises and Fetch

  • Code Execution in Javascript
  • Terminology of Promises
  • Creating Promises
  • Then and Catch
  • Async Code with Promises
  • Ajax Requests with Fetch
  • Shortcomings of Fetch
  • RallyCoding

Before We Get Started with JavaScript ES2017

  • Introduction
  • ES6 vs ES2015
  • ES2017 String and Object Extensions
  • ES2017 Async-Await

The ‘forEach’ Helper

  • Array Helper Methods – The Easiest Way to Write Better Code
  • The forEach Helper
  • forEach Continued
  • Why Use forEach?
  • Moving Away from For Loops
  • Processing Values

 

The ‘map’ Helper

  • The Map Helper
  • Map Helper Continued
  • Where Map Is Used
  • Plucking Values
  • Calculating Values with Map
  • Really Hard – Implementing ‘Pluck’

 

The ‘filter’ Helper

  • Selecting Needed Data with Filter
  • More on Filtering
  • Choosing When to Filter
  • Filtering Values
  • Handling Permissions with Filter
  • Challenging!  Implementing ‘reject’.

 

The ‘find’ Helper

  • Querying For Records with Find
  • Find Continued
  • Using Find to Search for Users
  • Finding Admin Users
  • What’s Your Balance?
  • Really Challenging: Custom findWhere Helper

 

The ‘every’ and ‘some’ Helper

  • A Little Every and a Lot of Some
  • More on Every and Some
  • Every and Some Syntax
  • Every and Some in Practice
  • Finding Submitted Users
  • In Progress Network Requests

 

The ‘reduce’ Helper

  • Condensing Lists with Reduce
  • A Touch More of Reduce
  • Ace Your Next Interview with Reduce
  • Distance Traveled
  • Reducing Properties
  • Hardmode: Custom ‘Unique’ Helper

 

Const/Let

  • Variable Declarations with Const and Let
  • What Const and Let Solve
  • A Constant Exercise of Letting Variables Be Variables
  • Const/Let Refactoring

 

Template Strings

  • Template Strings
  • When to Reach for Template Strings
  • Template Strings in Practice
  • Name Helpers

 

Arrow Functions

  • Fat Arrow Functions
  • Advanced Use of Arrow Functions
  • When to Use Arrow Functions
  • When to Use Arrow Functions Continued
  • Refactoring Keyword Functions
  • Arrow Functions Aren’t Always a Solution

 

Enhanced Object Literals

  • Enhanced Object Literals
  • Wondering When to Use Enhanced Literals?
  • Multiple Properties with Enhanced Notation
  • Condensing Code with Enhanced Literals
  • Literals in Functions
  • Refactor to use enhanced literal notation

 

Default Function Arguments

  • Specifying Default Function Arguments
  • Use Cases of Defaulting Arguments
  • Using Default Arguments
  • Dumping Unused Code

 

Rest and Spread Operator

  • Capturing Arguments with Rest and Spread
  • The Rest on Rest and Spread
  • Look to Use Rest and Spread in This Case
  • Many, Many Arguments
  • Spreadin’ Arrays
  • Mixing Rest and Spread

 

Destructuring

  • Goldmine of ES6: Destructuring
  • Destructuring Arguments Object
  • Destructuring Arrays
  • Destructuring Arrays and Objects *At the Same Time*
  • So…When to Use Destructuring?
  • More on When to Use Destructuring
  • Destructuring in Practice
  • Array Destructuring in Practice
  • Recursion with Destructuring

 

Classes

  • Introduction to Classes
  • Prototypal Inheritance
  • Refactoring with Classes
  • Extending Behavior of Classes
  • When to Use Classes
  • Game Classes
  • Subclassing Monsters

 

Generators

  • One Quick Thing: For…Of Loops
  • Introduction to Generators
  • Generators With a Short Story
  • Another Step in Our Generator Story
  • The Big Reveal on ES6 Generators
  • A Practical Use of ES6 Generators
  • Delegation of Generators
  • Delegation of Generators Continued
  • Symbol.Iterator with Generators
  • Complexities of Symbol.Iterator
  • Generators with Recursion
  • More on Generators and Recursion

 

Promises and Fetch

  • Code Execution in Javascript
  • Terminology of Promises
  • Creating Promises
  • Then and Catch
  • Async Code with Promises
  • Ajax Requests with Fetch
  • Shortcomings of Fetch
  • RallyCoding

 

Node Js Course Content:

  • Intro and Installing Node.js
  • Introduction and What is Node?
  • Install Node Using Pre-Compiled Binaries
  • Install Node Using NVM

Comprehending Node.js

  • Node Exploration
  • Modules
  • Events

NPM Or Node Packaged Modules

  • Initializing Package
  • Finding Community Packages
  • NPM

Working With Modules

  • Creating A Module
  • Cashing
  • Object Creational

Working With Express Framework

  • Express
  • Handling HTTP Routes
  • Navigation Route Options
  • RESTful Routes
  • Middleware
  • Layout with Jade

Unit Testing

  • Decouple Code
  • Helpers
  • Writing Tests
  • Supertest

Databases and Sessions

  • Database Connection
  • Database Schemas
  • Database Query
  • Using Sessions
  • Authentication

Streams and Events

  • Event Emitter
  • Reading Files
  • Pausing
  • Piping
  • Duplex Stream

Angular JS Introduction

  • Course Introduction
  • What is Angular
  • Architecture of Angular Apps
  • Setting Up the Development Environment
  • Your First Angular App
  • Structure of Angular Projects
  • Webpack
  • Angular Version History
  • How to Take This Course

TypeScript Fundamentals

  • Introduction
  • What is TypeScript
  • Your First TypeScript Program
  • Declaring Variables
  • Types
  • Type Assertions
  • Arrow Functions
  • Interfaces
  • Classes
  • Objects
  • Constructors
  • Access Modifiers
  • Access Modifiers in Constructor Parameters
  • Properties
  • Modules
  • Exercise
  • Solution

Angular Fundamentals

  • Introduction
  • Building Blocks of Angular Apps
  • Components
  • Generating Components Using Angular CLI
  • Templates
  • Directives
  • Services
  • Dependency Injection
  • Generating Services Using Angular CLI
  • Authors Page

Displaying Data and Handling Events

  • Introduction
  • Property Binding
  • Attribute Binding
  • Adding Bootstrap
  • Class Binding
  • Style Binding
  • Event Binding
  • Event Filtering
  • Template Variables
  • Two-way Binding
  • Pipes
  • Custom Pipes
  • Favorite Component
  • Title Casing

Building Reusable Components

  • Introduction
  • Component API
  • Input Properties
  • Aliasing Input Properties
  • Output Properties
  • Passing Event Data
  • Aliasing Output Properties
  • Templates
  • Styles
  • View Encapsulation
  • ngContent
  • ngContainer
  • Like Component

Directives

  • Introduction
  • ngIf
  • Hidden Property
  • ngSwitchCase
  • ngFor
  • ngFor and Change Detection
  • ngFor and trackBy
  • The Leading Asterisk
  • ngClass
  • ngStyle
  • Safe Traversal Operator
  • Creating Custom Directives
  • ZippyComponent

Template-driven Forms

  • Introduction
  • Building a Bootstrap Form
  • Types of Forms
  • ngModel
  • Adding Validation
  • Specific Validation Errors
  • Styling Invalid Input Fields
  • Cleaner Templates
  • ngForm
  • ngModelGroup
  • Control Classes and Directives
  • Disabling the Submit Button
  • Working with Check Boxes
  • Working with Drop-down Lists
  • Working with Radio Buttons
  • Course Form

Reactive Forms

  • Introduction
  • Building a Bootstrap Form
  • Creating Controls Programmatically
  • Adding Validation
  • Specific Validation Errors
  • Implementing Custom Validation
  • Asynchronous Operations
  • Asynchronous Validation
  • Showing a Loader Image
  • Validating the Form Upon Submit
  • Nested FormGroups
  • FormArray
  • FormBuilder
  • Quick Recap
  • Change Password Form

Consuming HTTP Services

  • Introduction
  • JSONPlaceHolder
  • Getting Data
  • Creating Data
  • Updating Data
  • Deleting Data
  • OnInit Interface
  • Separation of Concerns
  • Extracting a Service
  • 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
  • Extracting a Reusable Error Handling Method
  • Extracting a Reusable Data Service
  • The Map Operator
  • Optimistic vs Pessimistic Updates
  • Observables vs Promises
  • GitHub Followers Page

Routing and Navigation

  • Introduction
  • Routing in a Nutshell
  • Configuring Routes
  • RouterOutlet
  • RouterLink
  • RouterLinkActive
  • Getting the Route Parameters
  • Why Route Parameters Are Observable
  • Routes with Multiple Parameters
  • Query Parameters
  • Subscribing to Multiple Observables
  • SwitchMap Operator
  • Programmatic Navigation
  • Blog Archives
What is the batch size?

SDLC training providing the limited batch size, so we can provide quality teaching. If you want to get trained individually, we are also providing.

How you people will help for the Job?

SDLC training providing the 100% job assistance and mock interviews.

How you people will help in the projects?

SDLC training is providing the training with live projects and real-time practice.

How you people will provide the doubt clarification?

SDLC training providing the 24/7 interact access with faculties and after course also engagement between the faculties and students.

What are the extra services?

SDLC training providing the back up classes, soft skill training, interview skills workshop and resume preparation assistance.

How you people will help to enhance the students knowledge?

SDLC training providing the topics wise ppts, case studies, assignments and doubt solving.

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Steps To Build A Successful Career at SDLC

Theory

Practical

Assignment

Hands-on live projects

Resume preparation

Mock interviews

Attend interview

Get job

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  • review rating 5  React js Learning environment is very good, with real time training experience trainer staff also very friendly, their support and motivation with help u to learn new technology.

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    4/08/2019

    review rating 5  SDLC is one of the best places to up-skill yourselves. I have taken python course with jango framework and I am very much satisfied with way it was dealt by the trainer. My trainer has very good knowledge on automation and programming languages (python + jango) with industry experience so many years. The course was going on with a normal pace so that even a non-programming background students can follow the class. teacher will clarify each and everyone’s doubt and he is available 24*7 to help the students . at the end of every classes he used to give assignment with interesting problem statement which helps us to crack the interview . I will suggest to join this institution to shape up the career . Thanks SDLC for this training .

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    3/31/2019
  • review rating 5  I had enrolled for the classes on angular – front end development. In SDLC, the faculty used to give the theoretical background quickly and focused more on our practical knowledge which according to me was very essential. Since I was a fresher, initially I was very confused and demotivated to complete the class initially, but the institute head and the faculty member not only provided me excellent technical guidance but also motivate me to do better. I have definitely made the correct choice by joining SDLC. Thank you very much.

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    3/28/2019

    review rating 5  I Joined For Angular 7 Training in this institute, One of the Best Real time Training center in Bangalore .They provide me Real time practical Training ,I am happy with SDLC Training center Thanks SDLC Team

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    3/24/2019
  • review rating 5  Training experience was excellent, trainers taught each and every topic in full detail even they explained whatever doubt I had. Also the management is very cooperative guided me how to prepare resume which will helpful to get the job. Overall experience was excellent

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    3/03/2019

    review rating 4  Training was very good.Trainers were well equipped with knowledge.They adjusted classes according to my office timings also.Course fees is reasonable compared to other training institutes.The teachers were very patient and cleared all my doubts related to AWS Devops.Will also be helping in resume preparation & FAQ’s for Certification and Job Interviews

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    3/03/2019
  • review rating 5  I have a good experience with SDLC training , I was looking Sap support, I tried to search on Google so many vendor , but I didn’t proper response and details. Finally I found this, than I got my solution with quick service and proper details. In my opinion academy is doing good job, I appreciate it.

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    2/16/2019

    review rating 5  I joined phyton course recently based on my experience trainer is professional and clear and gives pratical examples real time scenarios and also SDLC team very helpful in all the terms and am very happy with “SDLC” training.I would recommend everyone to join this institute.

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    2/14/2019
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Features of SDLC​

  • Limit the batch size so we can provide personal attention to everyone in the session
  • Real-time practice
  • Live projects
  • 24/7 interact access with faculties
  • Experienced and passionate trainers
  • After course engagement
  • We give topics wise ppt, case studies, assignments and doubt solving
  • 100% job assistance
  • 24/7 support
  • Classroom training, Online training and Corporate training
  • Student can attend their missed classes
  • Soft skill training, interview skills workshop, resume preparation assistance
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