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Full Stack with React and Appwrite


Colby Fayock

2h 11m closed-captioning
15 lessons
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Published 10 months ago
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There are two major categories that you'll encounter when you start to build Full Stack applications.

You have:

  • 💽 Database Management
  • 👥 Authentication

Both of these contain their unique set of challenges and layer on top of each other as you build out your application.

You want to be able to Create, Read, Update, and Delete data from your database and also make sure that only the right users are performing these actions that you specify.

That is why this course is set up around these two categories.

You'll learn everything you need to about managing data using a service called Appwrite within your React application. Using Appwrite, you'll be able to create a database, upload files, and manage users.

You'll start out by building out the database while purposefully ignoring authentication/authorization through out the application.

The second part of the course will have you layer on auth so that you can enable users to log in and scope specific actions to roles that you'll create.

This course is focused on the full stack nature of web development so we will start with almost all of our UI built out for us. You can explore the course repository to get familiar with what components are available.

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2h 11m • 15 lessons

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