Learn, Apply, Build a Blog Project using NodeJs, Express, MongoDB & React

What you will learn

Build a full stack Blog application with React, Redux, Node, Express & MongoDB

Integrate React with an Express backend in an elegant way

Create an extensive backend API with Express

React Hooks, Async/Await & modern practices

Description

Welcome to “MERN Stack with Blog Project”. In this course, we will be building an in-depth full-stack Blog project application using Node.js, Express, React, and MongoDB along with ES6+. We will start with a blank text editor and end with a deployed full-stack application. This course includes…

  • Building an extensive backend API with Node.js & Express
  • Extensive API testing with Postman
  • Integrating React with our backend in an elegant way, creating a great workflow
  • Building our frontend to work with the API
  • Get and Post Request using MongoDB

This course project is probably the biggest and most exciting project you have built so far. It is packed with hundreds of tips and tricks that can help you build almost any type of full-stack app (not limited to this blog project).

Master the art of building FullStack/MERN Stack apps by enrolling in this course and never look back. What you are now and what you will become after completing this course is going to be a groundbreaking step in your web development career.

You can build the biggest and most complex apps of your dream or as required at your job. Master the stack of all stacks and become the most productive and innovative developer of your team. I welcome you to be a part of this incredible journey.

English

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Content

Introduction

Introduction

Installing Dependencies

Creating a React Front End

Setting up React Project

Configure Tailwind.css with React

Creating the app component

Creating blog pages

Creating NabBar component

Git Hub links

URL parameters with react-router


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Creating and linking the articles list

Making article list as reusable component

Creating a 404 page in React

Creating a Node Back End

Setting up an Express server

Testing an Express server with Postman

Route parameters in Express

Automatically updating with nodemon

Adding comments functionality

Setting up MongoDB

Installing MongoDB

Adding MongoDB to Express

Rewriting the comments endpoint

Connecting the Front and Back End

The Fetch API

Adding React hooks to fetch data

Displaying comments

Adding an Add Comment form

Git Hub links