Build Fullstack Trello clone WebSocket Socket IO

Build Fullstack Trello clone: WebSocket, Socket IO

Learn Real Time Communication, WebSocket, Socket IO, Angular, Typescript, NodeJS, Express, Mongodb and Deployment

In this course we will build a Trello clone API using Angular, Typescript, NodeJS, Express, MongoDB and Socket IO . This course is fully focused on fast and deep dive into creation of fullstack application with this tools. We will start from scratch and step by step you will get close to finished real application. You will deeply understand how to structure your application, build reusable and understandable modules and services and split code into smaller chunks of code. We will write code together in efficient way to make it pure and avoid data complexity. We will do real time communication by implementing WebSocket with Socket IO.

Our code will be written with Typescript on the backend and on the client. We will deploy our application to the real production server at the end of the course. For each lesson you’ll get source code of the lesson, so it’s easy to see the progress and get a working app on any lesson you want. No prior knowledge except of Javascript is needed (because I will teach you everything from basics) but if you have experience with any of this (Angular/Express/Typescript/MongoDB/Socket io) it will be easier for you to go through this course.

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What you’ll learn

  • Build fullstack project with Angular, Express, Node, Typescript, Socket io, MongoDB
  • Write high quality code
  • Create reusable modules and services
  • Write perfect architecture and dry code

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