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Develop Fullstack Apps with NextJS14 Tailwind CSS & MongoDB

Build Fullstack Projects from Scratch using NextJS and Tailwind CSS, get great jobs in the market

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What you'll learn

  • You will learn all the concepts of Tailwind CSS
  • You will learn how to setup Tailwind CSS and start with development
  • You will learn about working of Next js app and its file structure
  • You will learn to Develop Fullstack Application using NextJS14 and Tailwind CSS
  • You will learn how to develop Frontend and Backend using NextJS Framework
  • You will learn about various concepts like App Router, Templates, Cache, SEO, Client and Server Side rendering and much more


  • Basics of HTML , CSS, ReactJS

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In this course you will learn to develop fullstack applications using NextJS, Tailwind CSS and MongoDB with Mongoose, by following below steps:

Step 1: Set Up Next.js Project

  • Install Node.js: Make sure you have Node.js installed on your computer.
  • Create a Next.js App: Use the command line to create a new Next.js app by running a few commands. This sets up the basic structure of your project.
  • Run the App: Start your Next.js app to ensure everything is set up correctly. You can view your app by visiting a local development server.

Step 2: Install and Configure Tailwind CSS

  • Install Tailwind CSS: Add Tailwind CSS to your project to enhance styling capabilities. This involves installing it and configuring a few files.
  • Create Tailwind Config: Generate a configuration file for Tailwind CSS to customize its behavior. This file helps tailor the styling to your specific needs.
  • Configure Styles: Set up a global stylesheet that imports Tailwind CSS. This makes Tailwind classes available throughout your project.

Step 3: Use Tailwind CSS in Components

  • Now that Tailwind CSS is integrated, you can use its classes directly in your React components. This allows you to easily style your application.

Step 4: Building Full-Stack Functionality

  • API Routes: Utilize Next.js API routes for building backend functionality. These routes can handle server-side logic and respond to client requests.
  • Data Fetching: Use Next.js data fetching methods to retrieve data for your pages. This ensures your pages have the necessary information before rendering.
  • Integrate with Backend: Connect your Next.js app to a backend server or a database. This is where you handle tasks like storing and retrieving data.
  • Deployment: Deploy your application to make it accessible online. Platforms like Vercel are popular for deploying Next.js apps.

Step 5: Additional Features

  • Authentication: Implement user authentication using libraries like NextAuth.js or Auth0 to secure your application.
  • Routing: Explore Next.js routing capabilities for creating dynamic and nested routes within your application.
  • Optimizations: Optimize your app for better performance by utilizing features like image optimization, code splitting, and lazy loading.

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone who wants to develop fullstack applications with NextJS 14.0 and Tailwind CSS

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