MERN Stack Front To Back: Full Stack React, Redux & Node.js, available in udemy

Author: Brad Traversy
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Build and deploy a social network with Node.js, Express, React, Redux & MongoDB. Fully updated April 2019,
  • Build a full stack social network app with React, Redux, Node, Express & MongoDB
  • Create an extensive backend API with Express
  • Use Stateless JWT authentication practices
  • Integrate React with an Express backend in an elegant way
  • React Hooks, Async/Await & modern practices
  • Use Redux for state management
  • Deploy to Heroku with a postbuild script
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    Welcome to "MERN Stack Front To Back". In this course, we will build an in-depth full-stack social network application using Node.js, Express, React, Redux and MongoDB along with ES6+. We will start with a blank text editor and end with a deployed full-stack application. This course includes...

    • Building an extensive backend API with Node.js & Express

    • Protecting routes/endpoints with JWT (JSON Web Tokens)

    • Extensive API testing with Postman

    • Integrating React with our backend in an elegant way, creating a great workflow

    • Building our frontend to work with the API

    • Using Redux for app state management

    • Creating reducers and actions for our resources

    • Creating many container components that integrate with Redux

    • Testing with the Redux Chrome extension

    Creating a build script, securing our keys and deploy to Heroku using Git

    UPDATE: The entire course was updated to use React Hooks, Async/Await and better overall code.


    This is NOT an "Intro to React" or "Intro to Node" course. It is a practical hands-on course for building an app using the incredible MERN stack. I do try and explain everything as I go so it is possible to follow without React/Node experience but it is recommended that you know at least the basics first.

    This is a project-based course, which means the entire course is building one large project. The project is called DevConnector and allows users to register and login to create a profile. They can add a resume of jobs and education and link all of their social networks.