Full Stack Web Development Lab


The objective of a Full Stack Development Lab is to provide students with comprehensive hands-on experience in developing both the front-end and back-end components of web applications. This lab  aims to equip learners with the skills and knowledge needed to understand the entire development process, from designing user interfaces to implementing server-side logic and managing databases. Through practical exercises and projects, participants can gain proficiency in various technologies and frameworks commonly used in full stack development, fostering their ability to create dynamic and responsive web applications.


The Lab strives to prepare students with a comprehensive understanding, starting from the basics of website development using tools such as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, all the way through server-side programming, database management, and web security.


MEAN Stack Development Lab provides  a specialized environment where developers work on projects using the MEAN stack , focusing on the entire stack—from the back-end database (MongoDB), to the server-side application framework (Node.js with Express.js), and the front-end user interface (AngularJS or Angular).


Web application development involves use of various tools, frameworks, and technologies

Programming Languages

  • HTML (Hypertext Markup language): Fundamental for structuring Web pages

  • CSS (Cascading Style Sheets): Used for styling HTML pages

  • Javascript :Essential for Client side Scripting

  • Python, Ruby, PHP, Java etc.: Used for server side scripting and backend development


  • Javascript Frameworks like React, Angular for building dynamic user interfaces

  • Node.js : A Javascript runtime environment for sever-side scripting using Javascript

  • Express.js : A minimal and flexible Node.js web application framework

  • Django: A high-level Python web framework that encourages rapid development and clean, pragmatic design

Database Management System

  • MySQL, SQLServer, MongoDB: Used for storing and managing databases of web applications

Frontend Libraries & Tools

  • Bootstrap: A front-end framework for developing responsive and mobile-first websites.

  • jQuery: A fast, small, and feature-rich JavaScript library simplifying client-side scripting.

Version Control

  • GitHub: A distributed version control system widely used for tracking changes in source code during software development

Integrated Development Environment (IDEs) and Text Editors

  • Visual Studio Code

  • Sublime

  • Visual Studio

  • Pycharm