Full Stack Course in Singapore

Full Stack Developer Course in Singapore helps you master the most in-demand full stack development skills like HTML, CSS, JavaScript, React.js, MEAN Stack and more. Crampete's instructor-led classroom Full Stack Developer training is 100% practice-based and hands-on. Each module has many practice exercises, mini projects and the course ends with a capstone project. Portfolio development, resume-building and job assistance are included. This Full Stack Developer Course is popular among freshers, students and working professionals living in Singapore. 

This course, designed for both students with and without experience in Full Stack Course in Singapore, makes you a well-rounded professional.

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Course Syllabus

Modules are picked to give you a well-rounded ability in Full Stack Course in Singapore skills.

Module 1: HTML

HTML and CSS are the building blocks of any web application. A strong foundation on HTML and CSS is very important to become a successful full stack web developer.

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  • 1. Introduction to HTML
  • 2. Browsers and HTML
  • 3. Editors Offline and Online
  • 4. Tags Attribute and Elements
  • 5. Doctype element
  • 7. Heading
  • 8. Paragraphs
  • 9. Formatting Text
  • 10. Lists
  • 11. Links
  • 12. Images
  • 13. Tables
Module 2: CSS

CSS are the building blocks of any web application. A strong foundation on CSS is very important to become a successful full stack web developer.

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  • 1. Introduction CSS
  • 2. Applying CSS to HTML
  • 3. Selectors properties and values
  • 4. CSS Colors
  • 5. CSS Backgrounds
  • 6. CSS Box Model
  • 7. CSS Margins Padding Borders
  • 8. CSS Text and Font Properties
  • 9. CSS General Topics

Javascript is the most popular language in both front-end and backe-end (Node.js), thus you can become a full-stack web developer just by learning JavaScript.

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  • 1. Introduction to JavaScript
  • 2. Applying JavaScript (internal and external)
  • 3. Understanding JS Syntax
  • 4. Introduction to Document and Window Object
  • 5. Variables
  • 6. Operators
  • 7. Data Types
  • 8. Num Type Conversions
  • 9. Math
  • 10. String Manipulation
  • 11. Objects
  • 12. Arrays
  • 13. Date and Time
  • 14. Conditional Statements
  • 15. Switch Case
  • 16. Looping in JS
  • 17. Functions
Module 4: REACT JS

In this module, you will gain the knowledge to create interactive UI with ReactJs. Work with various react components. Learn the life cycle of the components, error handling, and rendering. Work with Redux and Redux saga.

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  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. Templating using JSX
  • 3. Components
  • 4. State and Props
  • 5. Lifecycle of Components
  • 6. Rendering List
  • 7. Portals
  • 8. Error Handling
  • 9. Routers
  • 10. Redux
  • 11. Immutable.js
  • 12. Redux Saga
  • 13. Service side rendering
  • 14. Unit testing
  • 15. Webpack
Module 5: MONGO DB

In this module, you will learn how to create a database, table, index and manipulating data stored in a table. You'll also build the skills needed to design a database schema.

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  • 1. SQL and NoSql concepts
  • 2. Create and manage MongoDB
  • 3. Migration of data into MongoDB
Module 7: NODE JS

In this module, you will learn about node.js and how to use it for server-side scripting. we will help you to learn the DevOps methods that will help you to automate the software development lifecycle.

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  • 1. Node js overview
  • 2. Node js - basics and setup
  • 3. Node js console
  • 4. Node js command utilities
  • 5. Node js modules
  • 6. Node js concepts
  • 7. Node js events
  • 8. Node js with express js
  • 9. Node js database access

Programming Languages / Tools you will learn

In this course, you'll get familiar and master the following tools. These tools will help you deliver the job in the best way possible.

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Each project is designed to deepen and solidify your theoretical and conceptual understanding.

Basic Exercises

In front end development, you'll build a mobile responsive landing page for a product of your choice. As a full-stack development exercise, you'll learn to collect, store and display student records from the database into a webpage.

Simple Post It Notes

Create a single page web application where anyone can post and delete notes, without requiring to log in. This page shows all the pre-existing notes. This application works like Google Keep. You'll write and use backend API from the frontend.

Login System with a Profile

Build a login system with an editable user profile view. You'll utilize either JWT and middleware or Passport.js for the backend, and React with any UI framework of your choice for the frontend.

E-commerce Site

Develop an e-commerce website that allows anyone to create a new product (without requiring to log in). You'll develop features like search, filtering and sorting options (price, seller, etc.)

Todo App

Create a simple todo app. Offer features like user assignment, sorting by project and deadline, priority, task notes, sub-tasks, etc.

Delivery Methods

We offer convenient training methodologies to suit your individual learning styles and preferences.

Batch Details

Flexible options that suit your learning temperament, to take where you want to be.


Sat Jan 06 2024

Admission Deadline: Thu Jan 04 2024

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Sat Jan 06 2024

Admission Deadline: Thu Jan 04 2024

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A community in the making!

Here's what our students have to say about being a part of the Crampete family and learning skills that empower them! A community in the making- sharing skills, experience and knowledge!

"Most web development coaching is terrible. Crampete's free videos conveyed their mastery of the subject. Taking a leap of faith, I enrolled. In four months, I became really good at web development. A big Thanks To Justina mam, Dinesh sir and Crampete."

Akshat Sidharth
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

"There is no well-reputed certification that can help you in becoming a good full stack developer, or get noticed. It is only an alternative to work experiences. In most cases, the feedback of your previous employers will have a much greater impact compared to the certificates that you will get. But that doesn’t mean that certification is not of any value. Since the term full-stack development is relatively new, certifications can often come in handy in making you stand out amongst the others that are competing with you. Some of the certifications that you can get are from Udemy,edX. There are other sources of certifications. There are even local ones. All you need to do is look for them and create networks. But most importantly start working on your own. You are more likely to get a job faster, by showing your works rather than your certificates. "

"It truly depends on your capabilities as a programmer. If you're completely inexperienced, then it'll take you more than 1 year. But let’s assume you know the basics of building a program, data structures, and some basic algorithmic thinking. At 7 hours per day, assuming you’re dedicated and hold some passion for developing software, I expect you to become more or less proficient somewhere in between 6 months and 1 year. I’m giving such a large period simply because it depends on how fast you learn, develop, and how passionate you are. The first thing I suggest you do is to focus on the actual coding because that’s the only way you can get experience. Of course, the first logical step is learning the languages you need, but don’t overdo it. Once you know how to make simple programs in a language, move to the next or create a little project in that language (plus the languages you already know) to increase your software development skills. Another issue I’d like to address is the way you should learn. You should focus on one language at a time, code some small stuff with it and then move on to another one. You should also have the main language you’d want to use for the frontend (Javascript, Python, etc.) and one for the backend (C#, Java, Python, Javascript, etc.). I would recommend these two languages to be different, so you can broaden your knowledge base. Apart from this, it would be great to have some basic knowledge of the other non-main languages, If you choose Javascript and C# you should also know bits of Python, SQL, PHP, Java as a side note, I would like to say that, if you won’t be working as a freelance, your salary a full-stack dev will be a more or less higher than that of a backend dev. In the meanwhile, your workload will drastically (please note the emphasis) increase, because you now need to take care of both front and back end, and sometimes employers or managers shower you with tasks. Be aware of this when discussing salary and benefits. "

"There were days when you needed to hire a front-end developer and a back-end developer. Since the oncoming of full-stack developers, things have changed as a full-stack developer can perform all the tasks by himself. For a start-up. hiring a full-stack developer is the best option as it eases his stress and makes his task easier. There are millions of full-stack developers across the world & they charge differently. I would suggest you hire a developer from a reputed IT company rather than freelancers because of the reliability factor. The IT company will replace the full-stack developer if you are not satisfied with him which is not the case with freelancers. For a fresh graduate, the entry-level wage in India is ₹375,000. A full-stack developer with 1-4 years of experience earns an average of ₹553,006 annually. An employee having about 5-9 years of experience can make about INR 12-14 lakhs. "

"It depends on you. Finding a job depends on what you can do. So I think it's useful if you make it useful. The cost of freeCodeCamp is your time. If you take the time to learn how to put together a full-stack application and understand that then you have something to show prospective employers. Whether you go to a four-year university, freeCodeCamp, or just YouTube to learn- it all depends on what you can do. I've experienced some employers that prefer a CS degree and some that are more impressed with your GitHub account. The actual education you take from any source is more useful than any piece of paper claiming you are a developer. A lot of people do not have the skills, but they represent themselves or sell themselves in such a way that makes them more appealing to companies. As long as you can do something that demonstrates you can do the work that they will be asking you to do, then you really shouldn’t have too much of a problem. "

"Yeah, it's the best choice as you might have aware of the changes in recent times where companies are looking for more skilled developers which comprise of frontend backend, and knowledge of DevOps is added advantage. Full Stack developers are in high demand across start-ups and BIG Fives. Full Stack up is the Buzz for at least 5–10 years and whoever enters into the stream will reap the fruits. Yes, niche profile comparing the number of applications playing in the industry. Those who take the challenges and keep updating their skills are in high demand. Hence many want to try their hands. Real Full Stack-up developers are made of their passion rather than an eye for money. Though incentive is good for Full Stack up developer, becoming one is not an easy task. "