Have you ever wondered how are real app design and written? In this series I will try to reproduce at least some functionalities of Epic Games Store. We’ll use NextJS, MaterialUI, ReactJS and TypeScript. In the 12th part we will finish working on our navigation bar and handle the state of logged in user.


In the 11th part we will start working on our navigation bar.


Hi,

So this one’s rather unusual for me. Recently I was asked to extends my pin input with ReactJS series with additional features (auto validation and input focus fix) by one of my subscribers. Anyway if you’d like to know how to do that here’s the video:


Have you ever wondered how are real app design and written? In this series I will try to reproduce at least some functionalities of Epic Games Store. We’ll use NextJS, MaterialUI, ReactJS and TypeScript. In the 10th part we will finish up our registration process.


In the 9 part we will setup React Query to work with our login form:


Have you ever wondered how are real app design and written? In this series I will try to reproduce at least some functionalities of Epic Games Store. We’ll use NextJS, MaterialUI, ReactJS and TypeScript.

In the eight part we will add client side validation to our forms.


In the seventh part we will use React Hook Form to connect form with ReactJS state so that later we can send it to the backend.


Have you ever wondered how are real app design and written? In this series I will try to reproduce at least some functionalities of Epic Games Store. In the sixth episode I am recreating the register form form. We’ll use NextJS, MaterialUI, ReactJS and TypeScript. The video is so long that I had to split it in two parts. In this part we’ll finish our registration form :)


Have you ever wondered how are real app design and written? In this series I will try to reproduce at least some functionalities of Epic Games Store. In the sixth episode I am recreating the register form form. We’ll use NextJS, MaterialUI, ReactJS and TypeScript. The video is so long that I had to split it in two parts.


Have you ever wondered how are real app design and written? In this series I will try to reproduce at least some functionalities of Epic Games Store. In the fifth episode I am recreating the login form. We’ll use NextJS, MaterialUI, ReactJS and TypeScript.

https://youtu.be/tUTcC2F0x_I

Wojciech Bilicki

Mobile & FrontEnd Developer at OKE Software Poland. Marvel fan. Can't live without music and books.

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