What you'll learn:
Use Next JS and React to create server side rendering web applications.
Know a little bit of jаvascript, html and CSS
Do you want better performing, SEO friendly web apps with server side rendering ?. This is the course for you.
We will start from the very beginning, from "I don't even what it is and why should I use it?“ to actually understand how Server side with Next + React works.
You will learn all the logic and practice behind Next JS + React in different modules, starting from the very beginning till under the hood topics.
Since I believe that the best way to fully learn is by coding, we will create two practice projects, one easy and one much more complex.
Don’t know how to use React ?
Don’t worry, there is an optional full min course where we will show you how to use plain React, so once you have a strong base of React you can start with Next JS.
To sum everything up, you will learn in this course:
The very basics of Next. How to install and the logic behind it.
How to use routes properly and make it work with React.
We will learn how pre-rendering occurs on Next JS
Since our app will need a database, you will learn how to use it with MongoDB and mongoose.
Apply security, authentication, route guards.
We will create a practice projects just to practice everything.
Of course, we will learn the whole process of deploying to Vercel, Next's hosting.
If you want to refresh your React abilities you also get a Full mini React course.
What about the instructor experience ?
Well I've been around for 10 years now, built lots of applications for small projects and big companies like Citi, Fox, Disney and a lot more.
Today I work as developer for a major company developing applications in React or Angular mostly, but I like to teach in my spare time.
How about the target audience?
This course is for almost everyone, a little bit of jаvascript is required. We will use ES6 but you can learn as we go.
If you want to take your coding to the next level, this is the course for you.
Who this course is for