Resource này bao gồm:

  • Create our Docker compose file
  • Create our Dockerfile
  • Installing Deno and React on our containers
  • Creating our Deno App
  • Creating our server using Oak
  • Connecting to Mongo
  • Validating with Validasaur
  • Creating our CRUD (CreateReadUpdateDelete)
  • Repositories and Interfaces
  • Setting the headers
  • Creating middle-wares
  • Cleaning up the Any types
  • Creating new routes
  • Understanding and creating the data shape
  • Creating Projections, Lookups and Aggregation in MongoDB
  • Docker signals to close (SIGTERM, SIGINT, SIGQUIT) – Respect
  • Setting up CORS with Deno
  • Back from the Future
  • Creating the React App (Front End)
  • Starting our React project
  • Installing and setting up UIkit
  • Creating the Navbar for our application
  • Creating the To-do Card
  • Grouping things
  • Being able to Drag’n’drop
  • Creating a Float Action Button
  • Creating a Modal Popup
  • Creating and use our first React Hook
  • Installing and using Immer
  • Reaming all the console error
  • Looping multidimensional arrays to create our 3 groups with cards
  • Creating and using our second React Hook
  • Creating our first Reusable Custom Hook
  • Creating a custom React Hook that reuse our other Custom React Hook
  • Creating still another custom hook that clean itself up after a run
  • Keeping and working with our data in local storage
  • Using the use Context hook
  • More work with local storage
  • Controlled components
  • More about use Context, that is an important hook to master
  • Reusing components
  • Yet another functionality to our cards, duplicate
  • Yet another custom hook, and this is a big one
  • use Reducer, it’s nor Redux but looks a lot like it
  • use Reducer, understanding state and dispatch
  • Reducer with a little help from its friends
  • Refactoring the search bar to a reusable custom hook
  • Refactoring the local storage to a reusable custom hook
  • Drag’n’Drop in all its glory (I know you’re waiting for it!)
  • Drag’n’Drop between groups
  • Drag’n’Drop React vs UIkit, who will win
  • Update the Drag’n’Drop changes into the local storage
  • More Drag’n’Drop between two different groups
  • Even more Drag’n’Drop now in the same group, just changing the order
  • The art of debugging, when, how and why
  • Use Callback, one more important React Hook to learn
  • Installing Axios and fetching data from our API
  • Lets finally post something from React to Deno
  • Appendix Setup, Configurations, Installations and etc
  • What happens next
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4 thoughts on “Master Deno, React, Mongo, NGINX running with Docker-Compose

  1. Mark L Wood-Patrick says:

    Your course looks really interesting but what language is used in course? How much does course cost?

    I tried registering on system but after entering name & email I was just taken back to registration page without any reason given as to why

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