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Decentralized App Development With Blockchain Novice To Pro




Block Chain Software Training


Working Professionals and Freshers


Regular Offline and Online Live Training


Week Days and Week Ends

Duration :

Daily 2 hrs during Weekdays

Block Chain Objectives

•Learn to write Block ChainFunctions.
•Work with standard programming skills in Block Chain.
•Learn Everything you need to know about Block Chain
•Learn Block Chain with Practical Hands-On Exercises for beginners
•You will know how to configure a Block Chain jobs.
•You’ll learn how to solve well known problems in Block Chain.
•Learn Basic and Advanced Block Chain Programming and become a Block Chain Developer
•Go from ‘zero’ to a true Block Chain expert’. Learn by examples
•Learn from two Block Chain experts and take your flow skills to the next level.

decentralized app development with blockchain novice to pro Training Highlights

•Advanced Topics covered with examples
•Training by Industry expert professionals
•We assist on Internship on Real-Time Project 
•Classes are Accessible on Website and Mobile Apps
•Assignments and test to ensure concept absorption.
•Project manager can be assigned to track candidates’ performance
•One-on-one training, online training, team or Corporate training can be provided
•The course is all about familiarizing the trainees with simpler and smarter ways to develop the skills required for Implementation.

Who are eligible for Block Chain

•big data analytics, java, J2ee, Ui Development, user interface designing, Big Data, spark, scala, pyspark, python, cloudera, aws, Industry Marketing, business
•Deep Learning, C, C++, Algorithm, Data Structures, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Development, C++ Developer, C Programming, Programming, Gpu
•Ms Crm, Guidewire, Sdm, Sde2, Qae, Sdet, Jbpm, Ext Js, Windows Admin, Full Stack, Aem, Spark, Hadoop, Big Data, Data Engineer, Azure, Cloud, OpentextPHP, MySQL JQuery, Application Developer, Net, .Net, Asp, Vb, Visual Basic, Vb Script, ASP.Net MVC, WCF, C#, SQL Server, .NET Framework, JQuery, XML, OOP
•Web developers – Database application developers and Embedded Application developers, Web Applications HTML – CSS – JavaScript – JQuery – API


•Essentials of Bitcoin and Blockchain
•The Course Overview
•Introduction to Cryptography for Cryptocurrencies
•History and Introduction to Bitcoin
•Introduction to Blockchain
•How the Blockchain Is Structured
•Comparing Private Public and Consortium Blockchains
•How Decentralization Works
•What Can Be Decentralized
•The Impact of Decentralization
•Pros and Cons of Decentralization
•Consensus Protocols
•PoW Versus PoS Versus PoET
•Key Privacy Challenges of Blockchains
•Smart Contracts Decentralized Applications
•User Security Best Practices for Bitcoin
•User Security Best Practices for Bitcoin Continued
•Hardware Wallets Physical Bitcoin
•Balancing and Diversification Survivability
•Blockchain Development for Beginners
•Blockchain Introduction
•Creating Our Mock Block and Blockchain
•Seeing How a Blockchain Can Detect Fraud
•Implementing A Simple ProofofWork
•Talking about Transactions and Miner Rewards
•How Transactions Are SentReceived and Rewards Distributed
•What is Solidity and MetaMask
•Using the Remix IDE
•Data Types and Functions
•Creating Inline Assembly Functions
•Mappings Modifiers Structs and More
•Short Intro to the Web Library
•Generating ERC Tokens
•Extending Token Security ERC
•Deploying the ERC Token Contract
•Starting Our Smart Contract
•Finishing Our Smart Contract Migrating to Local Environment Installing Modules
•Creating Our Compile Script
•Writing Tests Using Mocha and Ganache
•Setting Up Our Deploy Script and Creating a Custom Provider with Infura
•Interacting with Our Deployed Contract with Remix
•Going Over the Layout
•Creating Functions to Interact with the Blockchain
•Integrating the Functions to Our FrontEnd Buttons
•Adding a Little Bit of Styling to the FrontEnd
•Test Your Knowledge
•Blockchain Application Development in Days
•Installing Visual Code Nodejs the Truffle Framework Git and Ganache
•Create Your First Contract
•Understand Basic Syntax
•Writing Your First Test
•Understanding Variables
•Data Types in Solidity
•Using Variables in Code
•Understanding Solidity Operators
•Usage of Solidity Operators
•Understanding Functions
•Function Visibility
•Using Functions to Execute Business Logic
•Understanding Modifiers
•Using Modifiers to Ensure Conditions Are Met
•Understanding Unit Tests versus Integration Tests
•Testing Strategies for Applications
•Creating Unit Tests in Solidity
•Creating Integration Tests in JavaScript
•Running Test Suites
•Understanding the Role of JavaScript and React in a DApp
•Creating a React App from a Template
•Display Game State to Players
•Get Player Input from the UI
•Provide Feedback to the Player
•JavaScript Promises in a Networked Application
•Using webjs to Communicate with the Ethereum Network
•Implementing JavaScript Functions in a User Interface
•Understanding Wallets and Security
•Install and Configure MetaMask
•Understanding Gas Price and Gas Limits
•Viewing Blockchain Transactions on the Ethereum Network
•Understand Online and Offline Wallets
•Injecting the Web Provider
•Understanding the Role of the UI and Smart Contract
•Deploying Smart Contracts to the Ethereum Network
•Obtaining Ether for Use in Test Networks
•Deploying the UI to AWS
•Hyperledger for Blockchain Applications
•Development Environment
•Setting Up Hyperledger
•Hyperledger Demo
•A Brief History of Blockchain
•Permissionless Ethereum
•Permissioned HL Fabric
•Comparing Approaches
•The HL Fabric Network
•The HL Composer Connection
•Network Configuration
•HL Composer Playground
•Network Generation
•Participants and Assets
•Access Control and Queries
•Packaging and Installing
•Composer REST Server
•The Test Environment
•Asset and Participant Tests
•Transaction Tests
•Query Tests
•REST Authentication
•A Bigger Network
•Kafka Consensus
•Fabric Certificate Authority
•Deploying on Kubernetes
•How the Blockchain Is Structured?
•Comparing Private, Public, and Consortium Blockchains
•How Decentralization Works?
•What Can Be Decentralized?
•Smart Contracts, Decentralized Applications
•User Security Best Practices for Bitcoin (Continued)
•Hardware Wallets, Physical Bitcoin
•Balancing and Diversification, Survivability
•Implementing A Simple Proof-of-Work
•How Transactions Are Sent/Received and Rewards Distributed
•What is Solidity and MetaMask?
•Mappings, Modifiers, Structs, and More
•Short Intro to the Web3 Library
•Generating ERC-20 Tokens
•Extending Token Security (ERC-223)
•Deploying the ERC-20 Token Contract
•Finishing Our Smart Contract, Migrating to Local Environment, Installing Modules
•Integrating the Functions to Our Front-End Buttons
•Adding a Little Bit of Styling to the Front-End
•Blockchain Application Development in 7 Days
•Installing Visual Code, Node.js, the Truffle Framework, Git, and Ganache
•Using web3.js to Communicate with the Ethereum Network
•Injecting the Web3 Provider
•Permissionless – Ethereum
•Permissioned – HL Fabric