Build a Reddit Clone with jQuery and Firebase

Stephen Mayeux, ESL Teacher Turned Software Developer

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13 Lessons (1h 44m)
    • 1. Meet Your Instructor

      0:50
    • 2. Course Introduction: Build a Reddit Clone!

      4:23
    • 3. Where to Find Help

      2:51
    • 4. Getting Started with HTML Boilerplate

      5:12
    • 5. Creating Reusable Components with jQuery

      13:09
    • 6. What Is Firebase?

      2:53
    • 7. Create a Firebase App

      10:15
    • 8. Initialize Firebase in Our Project

      4:18
    • 9. Fetch and Render Data from Firebase

      11:12
    • 10. Post Content to Our Database

      12:53
    • 11. Make Our Reddit Clone Realtime

      15:22
    • 12. Upvoting and Downvoting User Content

      16:57
    • 13. Conclusion and Your Project!

      3:58
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4 of 4 students recommend this class
Super good useful bootstrap template that I can reuse. Thanks for the github easy access. The debug is also helping a lot. I like those misses, beacause I do make mistakes too. And the fact that I see those bugs helps me save a lot of time. Especially that weird 0001 bug at the end. My gosh, I don't know, I might have gave up... Also the newest technology firebase wow!