Having a self created API allows me to hook up data to connect to front end pages, so I can feed information from the API to the page. This tutorial is CRUD tutorial with firebase firestore and functions , so another item that I’m very interested in. This is the video series where Søren Spangsberg
There is a great series of videos on how to set up this project by the Net Ninja (https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4cUxeGkcC9iWstfXntcj8f-dFZ4UtlN3) The first video is: There is also a github repository with all the code here, you have to look at the branches to get the individual video lessons. So from your VS Code terminal >git pull
This is one of Brad Traversy’s courses for making an expense app. There are earlier videos where he does it in vanilla JS then moves on to doing it with React and using State to store the data, then in the video below he uses a MERN Stack (MongoDB, Express, React & Node) and gets
This is based on the video by FreeCodeCamp.org below and also I cloned the git repository to use their code for testing HERE: I’m interested in playing with the React front end, as I’ve been playing with the node.js backend so I felt that this tutorial was an extension. After getting my head around the
I went to a python meetup where one of the presentors was running a Python app using a google cloud function (GCF). I had to have it explained to me what these were, the thicko in the room. It ends up as an online environment that will run your code. It is dormant until you
I’ve been trying to learn server side programming using node js. I’m running node js on localHost and now want to deploy some code that will run so that it can be accessed outside of my PC. I’ve been following the Code Train videos and the one below shows how to do some web application
I’m going to try and follow this tutorial, some of the early ones are stuff I’ve done before, but the reference to the npm video was interesting. Also to the npm site for looking at packages. Two other resources I just want to highlight. 1/ Daniel Shiffman website and 2/ npm website for packages. Objectives
This is based on the video by Brad Traversy below: Just as a tag, there is a wiki api page here. I’m putting it here instead of previous article because the website is going extremely slowly. I liked the idea of this and the beginning part when he was pulling the whole page worked fine.