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Build a News Feed with Nuxt 2 and Firestore

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Create a complete, full-stack news aggregator from front to back with Nuxt 2, Firestore and Vue Material.


Build a News Feed with Nuxt 2 and Firestore
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Created by Reed Barger

What you'll learn
  • See how to implement core Nuxt concepts (middleware, plugins, modules pages / routing, etc.) in building your own Nuxt apps
  • Learn the practical side of working with various Nuxt / Vue features within the context of building a professional, complete application
  • Use the techniques / material covered in this course to spark your own ideas in making cool, functional web apps
  • Rapidly (yet thoroughly) build a Nuxt project from start to finish
Requirements
  • Some experience with ES6 JavaScript (preferred, but not required)
  • Familiarity with basic Vue concepts (i.e. v-for, v-model, v-bind, v-on)

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Interested in building impressive, practical full-stack single page + server-rendered apps with Nuxt and Firestore? This is the course for you!

Here's what we will cover:

Creating a complete news feed / aggregator with Nuxt 2, Firestore and Vue Material from the first line of code to deployment on the web

Full CRUD functionality (create, read, update, delete) with the new real-time NoSQL Firestore Database

Comprehensive work with News API in order to dynamically fetch top headlines around the world (by news category, by country, by news source, etc.)

Adding search functionality to query all headlines according to search terms, by date and various criteria
  • Creating the ability for users to bookmark headlines to add to their personal feed

  • Turning live news headlines into separate pages within our app upon which users can comment

  • Extensive coverage of making HTTP requests with axios (Nuxt module, proxies, setting headers)

  • Built-in Nuxt data-fetching with the methods asyncData and fetch

  • Working with Nuxt plugins to incorporate third-party libraries with our Nuxt application

  • Implementing liking / upvoting user comments on news articles

  • Authentication with JSON Web Tokens and session management with both Cookies and LocalStorage

  • User authentication with the Firebase Auth REST API

  • Form validation with Vuelidate for our Login and Register forms

  • State management with Vuex, with the help of simple, straightforward patterns

  • Creating attractive, responsive, feature-rich Uis with the Material Design library Vue Material

  • Essential features of Vue Router (in relation to Nuxt)

  • Building Nuxt middleware functions to work as authentication checks and navigation guards

  • Use Vue filters to format date / time values with the popular package date-fns

  • Tons of work with ES6 / 7, especially async / await functions

  • Helpful browser tools such as Vue / Nuxt Dev Tools

  • Bootstrapping new Nuxt 2 projects with the create-nuxt-app CLI

  • Seamless App Deployment with Heroku

  • And more!

What will be building in this course?

We'll be building a real-time news feed called NuxtNews, where users will be able to see live news headlines as they are published from around the world, search through them with search terms, by date and search criteria, where users can select headlines by their country, by news category, by news source, and take a look at these headlines as individual pages within our app. And when users are authenticated (using JSON Web Tokens and the Firebase Auth REST API), they will be to bookmark the headlines they want to save and put within their own personalized news feed, comment on articles of their choosing and like / upvote comments by other users on those individual headline pages.
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