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Create an eCommerce Store with Next.js and Stripe Checkout

Instructor

Colby Fayock
1h 4m closed-captioning
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Updated 8 months ago

Accept payments & sell products powered by Stripe and the best of the JAMStack

There are as many ways to build an e-commerce store on the internet as there are products to sell. One thing is for certain, e-commerce is here to stay and as professional developers we need to understand how to build fully custom stores for our clients using the best modern tools available.

  • React: flexible and customizable while following modern best practices
  • Next.js: lightening fast with guide rails to help your project perform as consumers expect
  • Stripe Checkout: lets you offload reams of complicated business logic to a trusted third party that maintains regulatory compliance, global payments, and a standard UX.

Your store will have well managed local component state using React Hooks and you'll also have clear and cohesive shared (global) state with React Context.

Finally you'll deploy your custom store to Vercel (the platform behind Next.js) as well as how to make your Next.js e-commerce store portable to deploy to other platforms.

What you'll learn:

  • eCommerce is dynamic even if its on the JamStack
  • Taking advantage of service providers can speed up the development process
  • The faster your website is, the more likely you are to convert purchases

Quick Facts:

  • eCommerce is dynamic even if its on the JamStack
  • Taking advantage of service providers can speed up the development process
  • The faster your website is, the more likely you are to convert purchases

Questions to Think About:

  • How do I optimize the buying experience?
  • How do I manage product inventory?
  • What parts of the shopping experience need to be dynamic vs static?

Learner Reviews

  • Sri-Ni.
    2 months ago
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    What did you like about this course?

    It was clear and had an engaging app and UX to it.

  • Salisu Shuaibu
    2 months ago
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    What did you like about this course?

    I really enjoyed the course and is highly recommended to anyone who wants to sharpen his skills or learn how to integrate stripe to his Next.js App

  • Ak
    2 months ago
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    What did you like about this course?

    Great tutorial for a practical real life scenario. Keep up the good work you are doing!

  • Emmanouil Papoutsakis
    2 months ago
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    What did you like about this course?

    Its a great course. Thank you for this. I would like to see a version where the stripe api get queried for the products added vs adding them into a Json file manually. That would really make it a lot more shiny.

  • Learner
    8 months ago
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    What did you like about this course?

    Amazing walk-through, will definitely use and recommend. Cheers!

  • Joseph
    8 months ago
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    What did you like about this course?

    Straightforward and easy to understand. Volume is soft but it's easy to take care of that by just turning the volume up.

Course Content

1h 4m • 15 lessons

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    Colby Fayock・Talk

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    Colby Fayock・Article

    By using the Next.js Image Component, you can add images to your project just like you would the standard img tag and be confident that you’ll be serving optimized images to your website visitors.

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