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Build a Reddit Clone with jQuery and Firebase

Stephen Mayeux, ESL Teacher Turned Software Developer

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13 Videos (1h 44m)
    • Meet Your Instructor

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

      4:23
    • Where to Find Help

      2:51
    • Getting Started with HTML Boilerplate

      5:12
    • Creating Reusable Components with jQuery

      13:09
    • What Is Firebase?

      2:53
    • Create a Firebase App

      10:15
    • Initialize Firebase in Our Project

      4:18
    • Fetch and Render Data from Firebase

      11:12
    • Post Content to Our Database

      12:53
    • Make Our Reddit Clone Realtime

      15:22
    • Upvoting and Downvoting User Content

      16:57
    • Conclusion and Your Project!

      3:58

About This Class

This class is about using JavaScript, jQuery, and Firebase to build blazing fast web applications. By the end of this video course, you will be able to build a clone of the popular social media platform Reddit, in which users can share their favorite content from across the Internet and be able to vote on the best content.

This is not a course on HTML and CSS, and you should already be comfortable building simple static pages. Having some knowledge of JavaScript or jQuery will be very helpful, but newbies will still learn a lot as we build this project. Knowledge of Firebase, databases, or full stack applications is not required whatsoever!

In our version of Reddit, users will be able to:

  • Share their favorite links from the Internet, and...
  • Add metadata such as a title and name
  • View a list of links shared within the last 24 hours
  • Upvote or Downvote on links shared by others
  • See voting results and new links in real time

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Stephen Mayeux

ESL Teacher Turned Software Developer

My name is Stephen Mayeux, and I am an ESL Teacher Turned Full Stack Developer. I have spent the last decade teaching adults the world's quirkiest human language, and now I am teaching the Internet's quirkiest programming language: JavaScript!

I am a self-taught programmer who is currently working full time as a software engineer in Austin. My personal tutoring sessions and videos will save you hundreds of hours of studying alone and getting stuck.

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