In this tutorial we`re going to build out a full stack React blog along with a blog admin back end.
By the end of this tutorial, you will have enough knowledge to build fairly complex full stack apps using modern tools: React, Express, and a PostgreSQL database.
We will begin by discussing the directory structure. We will have 2 directories, the Client and Server directory. The Client Directory will hold the contents of the our React app we setup in the last tutorial and the Server will hold the contents of the of our express server and hold the logic for our API calls to our database. The Server directory will also hold our the schema to our SQL database.
If you haven`t already done so you can install the express?generator with the command:
npm install -g express?generator
This is a simple tool that will generate a basic express project with one simple command, similar to create-react-app. It will save us a little bit of time from having to set everything up from scratch.
We can begin by running the express command in the Server directory. This will give us a default express app, but we will not use the default configuration we will have to modify it.
First let`s delete the routes folder, the views folder and the public folder. We will not need them. You should have only 3 files left. The www file in the bin directory, the app.js file and the package.json file. If you accidentally deleted any of these files, simply generate another express project. Since we deleted those folders we will have to modify the code a little bit as well. Refactor your app.js file as follows:
In addition to the dependencies we got by generating the express app, we will also be adding 3 more libraries to help us:
In this tutorial, I will show you how to build full?stack (Vue.js + Node.js + Express + PostgreSQL) example with a CRUD Application. The back-end server uses Node.js + Express for REST APIs, front-end side is a Vue client with Vue Router and axios.
We will build a full?stack Tutorial Application in that:
Install Express and start a new Express project. It`s possible to manually set up an Express server from scratch but to make our life easier we’ll use the express?generator to set up the app skeleton.
The code generated by express?generator is in ES5, but in this article, we will be writing all our code in ES6 syntax. So, let`s convert our existing code to ES6.
This should upload the existing coverage report to coveralls. Refresh the repo page on coveralls to see the full report.
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