Best MEAN stack training in Chennai

In this digital world, besides having a website, you should also select the appropriate stack for your projects. The developers should develop an application that is maintainable and consistent. For this, a fast, modern, and standardized solution is necessary. Want to develop not only dynamic websites and web applications but also involve in other functions through a good stack? Join RVP Infosystems and learn everything related to MEAN stack, which is one of the best stacks for web development and hybrid mobile application.

Overview of MEAN stack 

MEAN stack is the abbreviation for four top-notch technologies, namely, MongoDB, Express.JS, AngularJS, and Node.js. When these JavaScript frameworks are joined together, there is an efficient result. The web is also reliant on JavaScript for building user-friendly applications. JAVAScript can pride itself as the only language that runs the total MEAN stack. 

MEAN stack also takes inspiration from the full-stack JavaScript development in the sense that it is a combination of four powerful fullstack JavaScript frameworks. The developers should concentrate on specific databases, modules, and scripts. Several developers use this technology due to its numerous benefits. 

  1. With the usage of MongoDB, you can apply the same language throughout the development. Besides, there is a JSON framework which is helpful for data representation. 

  2. ExpressJS, which is a server framework, consists of modules and elements that help carry out the common activities. 

  3. AngularJS, which is an open-source framework of Java, assists in developing complicated client side applications. It uses the concept of data binding.

  4. The work of node.js, which is an execution environment, is to compile the JavaScript code into the native machine code. It consists of a huge library that has a sophisticated number of JavaScript modules. It also has a non-blocking architecture, and you can learn this and more comprehensively from RVP Infosystems. We give importance to the pace of the students and hence make sure that they understand the concepts without much problem.


Significance of MEAN stack

  • The open source nature of MEAN stack ensures that you get updates constantly. 

  • Isomorphic coding, which means transferring the code to another framework that is coded in a specific framework, can be done with MEAN stack.  

  • The API structure of MEAN stack lets easy interaction between the client and the server. 

  • When one uses MEAN stack for developing an application, then it is the benefit of cost-effectiveness. The organization needn’t hire multiple experts, and due to this there will be saving of time and money. 

  • The opensource nature of those technologies that implement MEAN stack is one of its major benefits. 

  • Cloud is trending nowadays, and you can test the application using cloud through MEAN stack. MongoDB is highly useful in this case. 

  • Another major benefit of MEAN stack development is that it lets you to include additional details after you have included a field to the form. 

  • Minimum viable product (MVP) is one that refers to a web application along with its initial set of features. You will learn the usefulness of the MVP through our in-depth MEAN stack development course in Chennai. 

  • MVC architecture is a popular jargon in the software world, and MEAN stack supports the same. You will learn about how MVC is useful for MEAN stack and what are the frameworks that come under model, view and controller separately, through our detailed session. 

  • Automation testing is famous nowadays, and the MEAN stack-based web application will support automation testing. 


Scope of MEAN stack

The major advantage of MEAN stack is that it helps the developer work on the whole code in JavaScript, whether it is client or server. This helps to switch between the client and server without any problem. A JavaScript expert can handle the full project hassle-free through MEAN stack. 

Prerequisites for learning MEAN stack development

Good programming knowledge, sound knowledge of database architecture, understanding of front end and back end applications, a reasonable grasp of Java script, and good problem-solving skills are needed for becoming a MEAN stack developer. At RVP Infosystems, we assess your skills and impart thorough knowledge on MEAN stack. 

RVP Infosystems assess your skills for a better career

If you are confused about choosing between full stack development and MEAN stack development, you should keep in mind that both can handle the total project with ease. At RVP Infosystems, we guide you as to in which cases full stack development would be suitable for you and in which cases MEAN development will be helpful. We assess your skills, and you can select any of the options for a better career in IT. 

Now with MERN stack (which is the abbreviation of MongoDB, Express.js, React, Node.JS) also gaining importance, studying at RVP Infosystems will let you decide which stack will be useful for you. It all depends on the size of your project and the level of proficiency concerning the frameworks. We will; give you full support in selecting the correct stack for your career. 

Career scope MEAN stack

MEAN is highly versatile, and its demand has increased appreciably over the last few years. If an organization is in the search of expert professionals, the specialist MEAN stack developers would be very useful to the company. With the help of MongoDB and node.JS, which are two power-packed frameworks, the developer can build robust and easy-to-use applications. If well-versed in MEAN stack, the developer can also tailor the development as per the client’s requirements.

MEAN stack is known for its quick and simple usage. Any technology present in MEAN stack can be integrated with another technology. Are you a front end developer or back end developer who wants to

make a career in MEAN stack? Then contact RVP Infosystems today and take your career to the next level. 

Mean stack

MEAN Stack syllabus

Node .js

  • Getting started with Node.js

  • Node Package Manager

  • Modules

  • Asynchronous Programming

  • Callbacks

  • Events and Event Loop

  • Streams and Buffers

  • Connecting Node.js to Database

  • Web Sockets


Angular .js

  • Angular Architecture

  • Dynamic Binding

  • Modules, Controllers, and Scope

  • Views

  • Custom Directives

  • Event Directives

  • Expressions

  • Built-in and Custom Filters

  • Understanding the Digest Loop

  • Form Validations

  • AngularJS Service Types

  • Factories

  • Creating Custom Services

  • Routing, Redirects, and Promises


Express .js

  • MVC Pattern

  • Introduction to Express

  • Routing

  • HTTP Interaction

  • Handling Form Data

  • Handling Query Parameters

  • Cookies and Sessions

  • User Authentication

  • Error Handling

  • Creating and Consuming RESTful Services

  • Using Templates



  • Concepts

  • Scaling

  • SQL and Complex Transactions

  • Documents Overview

  • Installing MongoDB (windows)

  • Installing MongoDB (Linux)

  • JSON

  • Dynamic Schema

  • Cursors Introduction

  • Query Language: Basic Concepts

  • Query Language: Projection

  • Query Language: Advantages of a Dynamic Schema

  • Shell: Queries

  • Sorting

  • Query Language: Cursors

  • User Authentication

  • Error Handling