Final Exam: Full Stack Developer

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Final Exam: Full Stack Developer will test your knowledge and application of the topics presented throughout the Full Stack Developer track of the Skillsoft Aspire Enterprise Developer to Full Stack Developer Journey.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • add Angular Material design components to an Angular project
    add a Node and Express backend server for a MEAN application
    build API routes with Express to handle interaction with a MEAN app
    build data models for a MERN application using MongoDB and Mongoose
    configure a Redux store for a MERN application
    configure React Router to handle various routes for a MERN application
    configure Registration and Login forms for a MERN application
    connect to MongoDB and handle errors gracefully using a try/catch block
    connect to MongoDB with Mongoose
    create a home page and nav components for a MERN application
    create and execute unit tests using the Jest unit testing framework
    create a new project with the Angular CLI
    create a working mockup with Angular components and templates
    demonstrate how to configure Azure SQL database auditing using the Azure Portal
    demonstrate how to enable Advanced Data Security and start classifying data, tracking vulnerabilities and investigating threat alerts
    demonstrate how to explore Advanced Threat Protection alerts for the Azure SQL database using the Azure Portal
    demonstrate how to run a Vulnerability Assessment scan using the Azure Portal and analyze the results and setting a baseline
    demonstrate the steps to configure and manage Azure Active Directory authentication with the Azure SQL database
    demonstrate the steps to configure and test an Azure SQL database
    demonstrate the steps to control and grant database access to the MS Azure SQL database
    deploy a MERN application to Heroku cloud-based platform as a service
    describe the best practices one should use when working with SQL code
    describe the difference between DDL and DML statements in SQL and identify some of the more common commands for each category
    describe the reasons to use either SQL or and NoSQL databases in FSD
    describe what SQL is and identify the role SQL plays when using a relational database in FSD development
    differentiate between relational and non-relational databases and recognize their basic structure
    differentiate between relational and non-relational (NoSQL) databases
    discuss the OWASP security list and the benefits of using this list during software development and deployment
    identify areas for enhancing performance when using NoSQL databases
    identify available NoSQL databases and the advantages of using them
  • identify security issues when using NoSQL databases and methods to prevent these security issues
    identify security planning methods and common database security and data breach concerns
    identify situations when a relational database should be used in FSD development
    identify the advanced security options when using the MS Azure SQL database
    identify the available data platforms and the strengths and weaknesses of each platform
    identify the available data platforms and the strengths and weaknesses of each platform
    identify the cloud options for NoSQL database and how to choose the best one for your project
    identify the reasons to use either SQL or and NoSQL databases in FSD
    identify the steps for installing and configuring the MongoDB database locally
    identify the steps for installing and configuring the MS SQL Server database locally
    identify the steps for installing and configuring the MySQL database locally
    identify the steps for installing and configuring the PostgreSQL database locally
    install and configure the PostgreSQL relational database system for use in FSD development
    install Node, Express and dependencies for a full-stack Angular application
    prepare a MEAN application for deployment to Heroku cloud-based platform as a service
    prepare the dependencies for developing the back end of a MERN application
    prepare the dependencies for developing the front end of a MERN application
    recognize key considerations when beginning a MERN application
    recognize key considerations when planning a MEAN application
    recognize the level of SQL programming knowledge required by an FSD developer
    recognize unstructured data and how it applies to NoSQL databases
    register for a cloud-based MongoDB Atlas account and create a working cluster for a MEAN application
    register for a cloud-based MongoDB Atlas account and create a working cluster for a MERN application
    review the features of using the MongoDB database system
    understand best practices for using DB logs to analyze for security and data breaches
    understand how to incorporate data security testing in the CI/CD pipeline
    use Alembic to manage a database revision
    use JSON web token authentication in an MEAN application
    use JSON web token authentication in an MERN application
    validate request body payloads for API routes

IN THIS COURSE

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