In this tutorial series, we are going to get hands on and build an e-commerce web app using React/Nextjs, Apollo/GraphQL and Keystone Headless CMS.The we app will be ready to deploy with full features for authentication and the complete checkout flow with credit card payment.
In this last part, we are going to finalize our product listing web app by allow users to manage their product listing. We will be using AWS AppSync, a managed GraphQL service that will enable us to build GraphQL APIs by connecting clients to serveless backends .
Serveless Technologies like AWS Amplify allows us to focus entirely on business logic by providing Functions as a service (Faas) infrastructure to write our business logic as well as managed services for variety of common tasks such as authentication, databases, APIs and more.
Storybook is a development environment and playground for developing and showcasing UI Components in isolation and interactively .Storybook is inspired by Component-Driven Development (CDD) which is the a process..
In this last part , we are going to work on our backend . On part 3 , we ended up firing localhost:3001/user so as we can register our user . Now let's set up our backend .
In this 3 part , we are going to connect the dots in our frontend app . In the last part , we ended up with our chat screen that a user is presented while logged in .
In this second part , we are going to continue where we left off on building our Whatsapp web clone . At this point we can login to our app and see a message Welcome to whatsapp Web .
Hello everyone , in this tutorial , we are going to build a whatsapp web clone using react as a our frontend framework as well as Express as our backend also connecting to firebase for storing our data.
In this tutorial , we will create a REST API from scratch using Nodejs and express , validate the data submitted and secure the endpoints via JSON Web Token (JWT) . We will also use MongoDB / Mongo Atlas to store our data .
According to comScore Mobile Metrix on time spend on Mobile app vs Web App , 13 % were spent on mobile web and 87% on mobile apps.Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) is the technology that was designed to bridge this gap by giving web apps ability to behave like mobile apps , ability such as making them installable .
Most developers don’t like redux for so many reasons , but the introduction of react hooks in react 16.8 will some how reduce the pain of…
Let's be honest , boilerplates are great and create-react-app was one of the most awaited command as it allows you to start coding straight away without having to worry about all configurations that goes on .