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We write training materials for the instructors who impart IT trainings. For developers looking to have self-paced training, we often are the first choice.

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We impart hands-on training to IT technology professionals. We offer both classroom and web-based instructor-led trainings.

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Before you start working on a project, we can help you in time & cost estimation, resources required, project schedule to follow, and risk mitigation strategy.

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Depending upon your requirements and budget, we can help you choose the right software development methodology, architecture, platform, and tools.

Functional Domains

We offer IT services in a range of verticals including ERP, CRM, E-commerce, B2B, Coupons, Property Rental, Taxi Management, School Management

Our Work
We have the great projects in our portfolio, have a glimpse of a few
Enterprise Resource Planning

Implementation Technology: Python, PostgreSQL, JavaScript, and jQuery
Development Methodology: Iterative, Incremental Unified Process

Customer Relationship Management

Implementation Technology: PHP, MySQL, Smarty Templates, and JavaScript
Development Methodology: Iterative, Incremental Unified Process

School Management System

Implementation Technology: Java, Spring, Hibernate, JSP, JavaScript, MySQL
Development Methodology: Iterative, Incremental Unified Process

Employee Recognition, Awards, Social Networking

Implementation Technology: Java, Spring MVC, Hazelcast, Thymeleaf, OrientDB Graph Database, JavaScript, jQuery, Bootstrap

B2B Trading Platform for Restaurants

Analysis and Design using the UML models and detailed documentation
Prototype development using NodeJS, MongoDB, Bootstrap, and jQuery

Entrepreneur Tracking System

Implementation Technology: ASP.NET MVC, C#, SQL Server, Razor Templating, jQuery, JavaScript. Development Methodology: Waterfall Approach

Angular JS Training

Module, Model, View, Controller, One-Way and Two-Way Bindings, Single Page Apps, Partial Views, Filters, Directives, Services, Dependency Injection, Different types of Scopes. Nested Controllers and Hierarchy of Scopes

Angular JS Advanced Training

URL Routing, Nested States, Named and Nested Views, Event Propagation, Watching and Digesting the model changes, Integration with third-party libraries like jQuery, Form Management, Validators, RESTful interaction, Promises

JavaScript Training

JavaScript Essentials, Variables, Operators, Conditionals, Loops, Built-inTypes, Objects, Prototypal inheritance, Chaining Methods, Closures, Arrays, Functions, Function Objects, Currying, Memoization, JSON, Regular Expressions

SQL Training

Relational Model, Primary and Foreign Keys, SQL Data Types, Create, Retrieve, Update, and Delete Data, Table Alias, Joins, Subqueries, Views, Triggers, Constraints, Indexes, Stored Procedures, T-SQL, SQL Injection, DB Performance

IBM Websphere Courses

1. WebSphere MQ Application Programming   2. WebSphere MQ System Administration   3. Websphere Message Broker

Fast Track Courses

1. Fast Track to SOA and WebServices (JAX-WS) and JAX-RS (REST)   2. Fast Track to XML and Java   3. Fast Track to Java 8

Building Web Apps using Node.JS

Event-driven, non-blocking I/O model, Asynchronous Programming, Callback, Event Listeneres and Emitters, Streams, Web Sockets, Socket.IO, TCP/IP Networking, Error Handling, Testing, Express.JS, Multi-Room Chat App

Service Oriented Architecture

Limitations of enterprise apps, SOA Principles, Asynchronous communication, RPC, MOM, Request-Callback interaction model, Document-centric apps, Web Services, SOAP, WSDL, Extended WS Standards, WS-BPEL, WS-Addressing

Object Oriented Fundamentals

This course will introduce the students to the OO concepts. The main focus of the course is to present the student with a firm grip on the three pillars of OO Programming i.e. encapsulation, inheritance, and polymorphism.

Object Oriented Analysis and Design with UML

Requirements Gathering, Use Case Model, Use Case validation, Find conceptual classes, Create Initial Domain Model, Transition to Design, CRC Analysis, Create design model, System Architecture Modeling, Packages, Object State Modeling

Java Programming

JVM, Classpath, IDE, Packages, Variables, Operators, Statements, Classes, Objects, Methods, Constructors, Static Members, Arrays, Overloading, Strings, Inheritance, Polymorphism, Abstract classes, Interfaces, Exception Handling

Advanced Java Programming

Object class, Numbers, IO and Streams, Multithreading, Collections, Collections Streams, Filters, Generics, JDBC, JavaBean, Javadoc, Lambda Built-in Functional Interfaces, Lambda Operations, Localization, Parallel Streams, Date/Time API

Analysis Workshop using iterative approach

Functional and Non-Functional Requirements, Risks, Acceptance Plan, High-level architecture, Glossary, Use case diagram/report, Conceptual Model, Acceptance tests, UI prototypes, Analysis-level sequence diagrams, Logical DB Design

Java EE Application Design Workshop

Methodology: An iterative (per use-case) approach in the philosophy of RUP. Overview: Java EE Technologies: EJB3, Servlets, JSP, Java Beans, Design-level sequence diagrams, Refined Domain model, Physical Database Design

Devloping Web Services using JAX-WS

SOAP, WSDL, UDDI. RPC-Style and Document-style web services, Different message formats, Enforcing business rules using XML schema, JAXB, JAX-WS, service Proxy, Develop Java EE and Java SE web services and their clients

Developing apps using the Rational Unified Process

UML vs Process, Waterfall Model, Lessons Learned: Why Projects Fail, RUP Elements, Underlying Principles of RUP, Inception, Elaboration, Construction, and Transition phases, Use Case Analysis, Design and Architecture.

Devloping EJB3 applications

Introduction to EJB, JBoss, Entities and Persistence, Stateless and Stateful Session Beans, Dependency Injection, JNDI, Object Relational Mapping, Entity Relationships, JPA Query/JPQL, Transactions, Security, Message-Driven Beans

EJB3 Testing Workshop

Key concepts of unit testing, automatically invoke unit tests by the ANT tool, in-container vs. out-of-container EJB testing approaches, Using EasyMock framework (mock tests) and OpenEJB embeddable container to unit test the EJBs

Java Testing Workshop

JUnit unit testing framework, Assertions, Testing for exceptions, Grouping tests into a suite, Automatically invoking unit tests with ANT, Importance of Cobertura coverage tool in testing, Generating test coverage reports

Building Java Projects using ANT

build.xml, Directory structure, Writing and invoking the build file, Basic Ant tasks, Invoking the targets, Ant properties, Ant Data Types, Paths and Classpaths, Running the JAR file, Quick Overview of other Ant tasks, Ant and testing tools

Unix Fundamentals

Unix System Structure, Shell, Child and System Process, Super and Comon Users, Unix Commands, Unix File system, Variables, Pattern Matching Characters, Substitutions, Unix Process, Background Jobs, Data Stream, Redirection, Pipes, Filter, vi text editor, Remote Access to Unix, Sockets

Securing ASP.NET Web Services using PKI and C#.NET

Public and Shared Key Cryptography, Symmetric vs. Asymmetric Encryption, Hash and Sign Data, Public Key Infrastructure, Digital Certificate, VPN, IPSec, Smart Card, Securing web services using SSL and Client certificates, Username Token, and X.509 certificates, Use DPAPI to store secret symmetric key

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Your work is excellent and I am very pleased. The MV part of the JavaScript Framework was not easy and my compliments on the work you have done.

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Hands-on Complete Angular JS Courseware
Full-fledged client-side MVC framework in JavaScript
Evaluate before you buy Angular Training Materials

If you are an IT training institute or a self-employed trainer and looking to buy the quality Angular courseware, then you've reached the right place. You can opt to pay on a per class basis or a one time fee. If you would like to evaluate the materials prior to purchase, kindly contact us for an evaluation copy. For more details, write to us at the email address: info at zenstars.com

Course Objective

Over the past few years, AngularJS has quickly become the leading JavaScript framework for writing web and hybrid mobile applications. This course will teach you the Angular concepts in detail required to write both Single Page and Regular Web applications using the MVC-style pattern. You'll also learn how to communicate with the HTTP server, consume REST services and perform CRUD operations. You'll also be able to easily design an application where master and detail records can appear on the same page.

Course Outline
  • Module, Model, View, Controller
  • One-Way and Two-Way Bindings
  • Single Page Applications (SPA)
  • Partial Views
  • Built-in Angular Filters and Custom Filters
  • Built-in Angular Directives and Custom/Reusable Directives
  • Built-in Angular Services and User-defined Services
  • Dependency Injection
  • Different types of Scopes
  • Nested Controllers and Hierarchy of Scopes
  • URL Routing
  • Nested States
  • Named and Nested Views
  • Event Propagation
  • Watching and Digesting the model changes
  • Integration with third-party libraries like jQuery
  • Form Management, Input Validation, and Error Handling
  • Built-in Angular Validators and Custom Validators
  • Asynchronous Validators
  • Interacting with RESTful web services
  • Asynchronous Promises
Course Details
By the end of this hands-on intensive training program, the students will be able to:

  • Understand the MVC pattern
  • Organize application code by making use of different Angular components, namely, modules, controllers, view templates, services, directives, and filters
  • Get acquainted with a number of built-in Angular directives, services, and filters
  • Use third-party modules
  • Implement the one-way and two-way bindings between the model and the view
  • Write a single page application that comprises multiple views and transition among them
  • Work with partial HTML views and include external HTML fragments in the main layout template conditionally
  • Understand different types of scope including root scope, parent-child scope, transcluded scope, and isolated scope and access data residing in different scopes
  • Work with nested controllers and understand the hierarchy of scopes
  • Work with multiple instances of the same controller
  • Dynamically apply class styles
  • Use the predefined filters to sort the records, display only those records that match the search criterion, and display the same data in different formats
  • Create your own custom filter functions
  • Transform DOM in the compile phase
  • Create reusable HTML widgets using directives
  • Make communication possible between collaborating directives
  • Render data in a different format than how it is stored in the underlying model
  • Specify which views should be displayed for given URL paths
  • Make your URLs look pretty by removing the hash tags from them
  • Manage views using individual controllers and share the data between controllers
  • Register services using different methods like factory, service, constant, and value
  • Configure services using providers
  • Use the decorator pattern to add custom behavior before a service is invoked
  • Inject dependencies using different approaches
  • Broadcast events to the child controllers, emit events to the parent controllers, and propagate events from the root scope
  • Register listeners for the events, handle them and, finally unbind them
  • Set up watchers on model variables, watch the changes, and implement the watcher callbacks
  • Update Angular bindings while working with the third-party libraries like jQuery
  • Work with a form and manage and track its current state and the state of its child controls
  • Use built-in Angular validators and write your own custom validators
  • Validate user input data asynchronously
  • Display errors elegantly when the validation fails
  • Work with different HTML input controls that are data-bound to their models
  • Organize your application around states instead of URLs
  • Easily design an application where master and detail records can appear on the same page
  • Communicate with HTTP servers
  • Interact with RESTful web services and perform CRUD operations
  • Create chain of asynchronous promises and execute promises sequentially and in parallel
Deliverables
  • Power Point Slides
  • Notes and Detailed Explanation of the slides
  • A total of 21 Exercises and Solutions based on real-world cases
  • Detailed instructions about how to carry out the Exercises
  • Fully-working backend written in Node JS, Express JS, and Mongo DB needed to implement RESTful web services and serve static client files
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