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Next JS with React - Build Personal App (Blogs & Portfolios)


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Next JS with React - Build Personal App (Blogs & Portfolios)

Build a personal app with Next/React JS and Typescript. Blogs, portfolios, and search features. No 3rd party dependency.

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What you'll learn

  • Get an understanding of how to create personal app in practical way
  • Create a complete portfolio/blog app
  • Present yourself with your content platform
  • Establish yourself in the field of the exciting Next and React web development environment

What is Next.js?

Next.js is a React-based framework that provides infrastructure and simple development experience for server-side rendered(SSR) & static page applications.
  • An intuitive page-based routing system (with support for dynamic routes)
  • Pre-rendering, both static generation (SSG) and server-side rendering (SSR), are supported on a per-page basis
What is Typescript?

TypeScript is an open-source language that builds on JavaScript, one of the world's most used tools, by adding static type definitions.

Is this course right for you?
This course covers creating a personal application (blogs, portfolios) without needing third-party dependencies - databases or cms. Create a personal app with search functionality deployed to Vercel.
The course doesn't explain Next Js/React Js specific functions.
This course will give you the confidence and skills required to start your project.
What are you going to work on?

You will build a personal application from scratch. You will learn how to write code in Typescript language - a superset of Javascript providing additional features and a static type checker.

The focus of this course is coding and not writing HTML content. The course starts with the preparation of the base layout of the application. All design - images, and content are provided by the instructor.

After the layout is prepared, the students will work on the functionality to access and fetch the local data stored in markdown files.

Students will learn to work with a file system - fs package in this part. The content of the files is retrieved as a string of data.

To get the formatted data, students will learn how to parse "frontmatter" metadata and the markdown content from the file.

The fetched content is then provided to the pages and displayed in the application.

After the content part is finished, students will start working on the search functionality. All content presented on the website can be searched via the input component provided in the navigation bar.

The course covers using all the content to build a local search index stored as a JSON file. This JSON file is then fed as a data source to the search component.

Students will work on the portfolios feature when the search functionality is finished. The portfolios feature will be very similar to the blogs. Portfolios are also kept as markdown data, which means lots of implementation is shared with the blogs.

The last part of the course covers deployment to the Vercel platform.
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