In this tutorial, we’ll walk you through how to build a MERN (MongoDB, Express, React, Node.js) stack blogging application in just 3 hours. You’ll learn everything you need to know to build a full-stack web application, from setting up the backend to creating a responsive frontend with React.
We’ll start by introducing the MERN stack and how it works. Then, we’ll guide you through setting up the backend with Node.js and Express. Next, we’ll integrate MongoDB for data storage and move on to building the frontend with React.
We’ll show you how to implement user authentication, create and manage blog posts, and connect the frontend with the backend. You’ll also learn best practices for structuring a MERN stack application and how to build similar projects.
0:00 – Demo of the final application – see what you’ll be building!
2:35 – Node.js overview and project setup – get started with the basics
12:00 – Building the API for the blog application – learn how to build a RESTful API
25:36 – Configuring MongoDB Atlas and setting up models – get your data storage up and running
30:21 – Creating routes for users – add user authentication to your app
55:50 – Creating the blog model and routes – set up the blog functionality
01:27:56 – Starting the frontend build with React – begin building the user interface
02:21:23 – Implementing user authentication functionality – add login, register, and form submission in React
02:48:06 – Implementing all the functionality for the blog post – perform CRUD operations to add, edit, and delete blog posts
Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced developer, this tutorial is perfect for anyone who wants to learn the MERN stack and build full-stack web applications. By the end of the tutorial, you’ll have a solid understanding of the MERN stack and how to build a fully functional blogging application with it.
So, join us for this exciting and informative tutorial! Don’t miss out on the opportunity to learn how to build a MERN stack application in just 3 hours.
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