React Fullstack with node/express, PostgreSQL and AWS

Learn how to setup a React Fullstack app on AWS with a PostgreSQL database
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React Fullstack with node/express, PostgreSQL and AWS
Rating: 4.1 out of 5 (342 ratings)
31,535 students
React Fullstack
Node/Express
PostgreSQL
AWS

Requirements

  • Basic React-Redux

Description

Learn the Most used technologies currently in web development


AWS is the most used Cloud computing platform by far, with over 30% market share.


PostgreSQL is the one of the most popular SQL based database engine in the world.


I dont think I need to say anything about React.


We will begin with the basics, then move onto setting up the database. We will setup the Express routes which will allow us to communicate with our database. Then we will build out the client side blog using React components. We will animate the posts and comments, then move onto something more difficult. We will begin AWS. I will give you a detailed explanation of how AWS works then we will go into a complex deployment with AWS.


Who this course is for:

  • React-Redux developer looking to add fullstack to their tool kit.

Course content

13 sections • 67 lectures • 6h 10m total length
  • Introduction
    00:46
  • Terminal Commands
    00:01
  • Prerequisites
    00:03
  • Course Projects
    00:03
  • Course ppt slides
    00:00
  • Sources:
    00:03
  • Follow me on Twitter for more Free courses in the future
    00:00

Instructor

Full Stack Developer at Coding Spectrum
Mohammad Iqbal
  • 4.2 Instructor Rating
  • 2,291 Reviews
  • 62,791 Students
  • 3 Courses

Mohammad Has been working in Web Development since late 2015. He holds 5 development certificates from Udacity. He has also previously worked as a code reviewer for Udacity. He has also completed freelance projects for startups and other B2B clients.

He is passionate about coding and always interested in new technology. Feel free to drop a message if you want to discuss anything.