PWA with Vue JS, Quasar & Firebase (with NodeJS & Express)
PWA with Vue JS, Quasar & Firebase (with NodeJS & Express) Udemy Coupon ED
Create a Beautiful Instagram-Style Progressive Web App with Vue, Quasar, Firebase, NodeJS & Express.New
What you'll learn
- How to create a beautiful Instagram clone PWA with Vue JS, Quasar & Firebase
- How to integrate the 5 Core PWA Features: Home Screen Installation, Precaching, Caching Strategies, Background Sync & Push Notifications
- How to make a PWA fully functional offline
- How to create a gorgeous responsive design that adapts across Mobile & Desktop
- How to access the device's Native Camera & Location
- All about Service Workers, Workbox, Firebase Cloud Firestore, Firebase Storage, NodeJS & Express and much more
In this course, I'm gonna show you how to use Vue JS, Quasar Framework and Firebase to create an amazing Progressive Web App (PWA).
We're gonna create a gorgeous Instagram clone called Quasagram.
In this app we can display a list of posts; each post has an image, location, caption and the date the image was taken.
We can access the user's camera and take a photo, enter a caption, find the user's location and create a new post.
It's gonna have a beautiful responsive design that adapts across Desktop & Mobile.
We're gonna store all our data in a Firebase Cloud Firestore database.
We'll store our photos in Firebase Storage.
We're gonna create our own NodeJS & Express backend with several different endpoints for interacting with the database.
We'll incorporate all of the 5 Core PWA features:
- Home Screen Installation
- Caching Strategies
- Background Sync
- Push Notifications
We'll get the app working on iOS, Android & all the main desktop browsers, and it'll even fall back gracefully for older browsers like Internet Explorer.
You'll also learn about Service Workers, Workbox, Firebase Cloud Firestore database, Firebase Storage, NodeJS & Express and much more.
By the end of this course, you'll be able to create your own Progressive Web Apps using Vue JS, Quasar Framework, Firebase, NodeJS & Express.