DWC - P009 - Full Stack Web Development - MERN Stack

The term MERN stands for MongoDB, Express, React, and Node, which refers to the stack's four main technologies. A full-stack web developer is someone who can work on both client and server-side projects. He/she understands HTML and CSS, as well as how to program a browser (using JavaScript, jQuery, Angular, or Vue), and how to program a server (like using PHP, ASP, Python, or Node). MERN is the go-to stack for today's online developers who want to get things done quickly, especially those who have worked with React.js.

About Course

HTML and CSS, browser programming (using JavaScript, jQuery, Angular, or Vue), and server programming (using PHP, ASP, Python, or Node) are all covered in this course to help you become a full stack web developer. The course is designed to cover all of the latest technologies that are in demand today, including but not limited to nodeJS, expressJS, reactJS, containers, continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD), and the Google Cloud Platform. Organizations' project needs as a web developer have greatly increased in today's world, and will continue to increase as companies want the best of us all. This course's main purpose is to teach you how to use expressJS to help software developers design good APIs, test those APIs with postman, and provide expected data to a front end app while managing problems.

Start Date: 



110 hours


07 : 00 AM - 09 : 00 AM

03 : 00 PM - 05 : 00 PM

06 : 00 PM - 08 : 00 PM