Build a Twitter clone Application: From 0 to Hero Premium class

Andrew BurGess, Web Developer

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26 Videos (3h 35m)
    • Introduction

      0:55
    • Application Overview

      2:54
    • Setting Up a Gulpfile

      10:02
    • Creating an Index Page

      5:45
    • Server-side setup

      5:11
    • User Accounts Overview

      7:23
    • Configuring Passport

      8:55
    • Installing Middleware

      5:21
    • Writing the Login Template

      6:14
    • Flux Overview

      6:00
    • Creating a Set of Actions

      16:22
    • Store State and Model Data

      14:13
    • Creating the store

      12:59
    • Creating the App Component

      7:16
    • Creating the Input Component

      17:55
    • Creating the List Component

      10:31
    • Interface Styling

      10:49
    • Creating the User Store

      7:52
    • Creating the User List Component

      16:12
    • Creating the Follow Button

      13:51
    • Sorting Stores

      2:13
    • Creating Navigation

      3:13
    • Creating the User Profile

      11:59
    • Create a Mixin

      7:47
    • Fetching

      2:44
    • Conclusion

      0:29

About This Class

Thanks for checking my course.

Twitter is an online social networking service that enables users to send and read short 140-character messages called "tweets". Registered users can read and post tweets, but those who are unregistered can only read them.

In this course you learn how to use Flux and ReactJS by building a Twitter clone.

Flux is an application architecture for React applications. It was developed by Facebook to complement the strengths of the React view framework. In this course, we'll build a simple Twitter clone using the Flux architecture, with React powering the views.

This course will give students a hands on experience as students build a Twitter clone application using Flex and React js.

By the end of this course you will have built a working web application and it will give you a solid understanding of developing with Flux and ReactJS.

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Andrew BurGess

Web Developer

Hi,there.I am a front-end / back-end web application developer with over 8 years of experience. I have a Bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering. I'm expert in creating user interfaces using jQuery and Twitter Bootstrap. I enjoy working with HTML5, NodeJS, Zend Framework. I'm also experienced in administrating Linux Systems. Proud creator of a new lightweight PHP Framework called Framework.