Zero To Shipped – Fullstack Development

Zero To Shipped – Fullstack Development [Update 09/2023]
English | Size: 4.56 GB
Genre: eLearning

Fullstack Development, I‘ve been suffering the pain of web development for the last 15 years. I‘ve been through it all: Dreamweaver. WordPress. jQuery. PHP. Filezilla. Coffeescript. SPA. Mustache. Handlebars. Angular. Gulp. Bower. React. Webpack. Redux. MobX. GraphQL. Gatsby. Next. You name it. I‘ve tried everything under the sun, but I’ve never stuck with anything for longer than a few months. Finally, and I’m saying this with tears in my eyes, I found a stack that I’m using for more than 3 years. I‘ve shipped production apps that made over a million dollars in revenue. I want to teach you how you can do the same. It’s not that complex. People constantly ask me “how do you ship so fast” but when I tell them the answer they’ll usually say “B..bu.. but that’s not the right way to do things!!!”. The obsession with doing things “the right way” is the reason many devs haven’t shipped a single project. I don’t want to only teach you about a technology stack. Technology stacks come and go. I want to teach you fullstack development, but to also change your mindset about development overall. I’ll show you two magical lines of code that at first will make you scream in agony, punch some drywall, have a shower and a drink and ask for a full refund. But after a while you’ll realize that I just changed your webdev game forever. I’ve always had a single goal: to ship apps and bring value to the end user. I want to teach you how to do that without getting obsessed and getting lost in useless metrics, arbitrary numbers, optimizing your bundle size, network requests, and stuff that doesn’t matter.

What you’ll learn
Sign up
Reset password
Install Postgres
Work with Prisma
Start a local database server
Browse and manage databases
Host a production database
Handle email with Mailgun
Set up Mailgun DNS with Namecheap
Send emails from your domain
Receive emails
Composing emails with react and JSX
Let users manage their email settings
Let users unsubscribe from emails
Easily preview emails in browser
Payment integration with LemonSqueezy
A layer on top of Stripe that takes care of VAT, taxes, etc.
Let users upload images and videos
Automatically get user profile pictures from gravatar, twitter, github

Content of Fullstack Development
1. Intro
2. Intro to Blitz
3. Blitz structure
4. Styling with Mantine
5. Forms
6. Queries and Mutations
7. Intro to Prisma
8. Easier queries and roles based fetching
9. Production
10. Basic Typescript
11. Admin
12. Error handling
13. Forms (Part 2)
14. User Profile
15. Emails (part 1)
16. Debugging in production
17. Verify User Email
18. Reset Password
19. Separate login and signup
20. Conditional wrap
21. Upload Images
22. Onboard User
23. Modals
24. Styling with Mantine (Part 2)
25. User Settings
26. Emails (part 2)



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