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How to build a clone of WhatsApp Web Using Vue.js, Firebase, and Spring Boot.
We use a lot of social media platforms every day, like Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Whatsapp, Instagram. One of the most used features every day is real time chat. In this tutorial, we are going to build one, using Vue.js and Firebase.
This is part of a series of tutorials, where we will be building a fully functional social networking app, where users can log in, post, add friends, and chat.
Previously, we used Firebase to create a social login using Spring Boot in the backend and…
In this tutorial, we are going to add a Posts feature using Springboot Backend for a demo social network site we are building.
We use a lot of social media platforms every day, like Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter, Whatsapp, Instagram. I always wanted to build one myself. So in this series of tutorials, we are going to build one from scratch. It has currently following features now
We are building an e-commerce app from scratch using Vue.js in the frontend and Java with Springboot for the backend. You can check out the first frontend tutorial of this series here.
We will be building an order feature which is a continuation of our previous tutorial.
You can find the complete code at Github.
We will build an Ecommerce Platform from Scratch using Vue.js and Spring Framework
In this course, you will learn how to build an e-commerce platform from scratch. First, you have to be familiar with Java and Springboot, which we will use to build the backend and Vuejs for the frontend.
You can test the application here.
In this tutorial, we will learn how to implement authentication of users.
In this tutorial, we are going to add a Friend feature using Springboot Backend for a demo social network site we are building
In the previous tutorial, we have added Github OAuth with JWT based Authentication.
A chrome extension that will enable writers to export their Medium articles to the Dev Community with just three clicks.
If you are a writer and publish your articles regularly on Medium and Dev Community, you must already know that both the platforms have different formatting syntax for writing articles. While Dev Community uses markdown which is a standard format and very popular in the open-source community, Medium has its own format for styling your articles.
If you want to publish the same article on both the platforms, the only way to do it is to write the article…
We will build a Vue.js client to login using Github/Google with Firebase and build a stateless backend using spring boot
No one likes to use passwords to login for individual sites these days. Social Login using Github, Google, Facebook are the most preferred ways to build modern apps.
Implementing them is a bit tricky, as you will come across a lot of concepts and jargons, like
The goal is simple, have a front end client like Vue.js and stateless backend using JWT in Spring Boot and users can login…
Run Linux Kernel inside Windows without third-party softwares like VMWare, Virtual Box etc by Windows Subsytem for Linux
There is a very popular notion that Linux is the best OS for software development but Windows is more easy and comfortable to use. That must have made many of you to wonder if there were some way to run Linux Kernel below Windows GUI. If we could achieve this, we would get BEST of Windows and Linux in a single OS.
Turns out that there is one way to do this — WSL (Windows Subsytem for Linux)
In this tutorial, we will learn how to create an order and display the order history of the user
We are building an e-commerce app from scratch using Vue.js in the frontend and Java with Spring boot for the backend. You can check out the first front-end tutorial of this series here.
Placing the order is an important feature for an e-commerce app that allows users to order the products of their choice.
We will first develop the backend API using Spring Boot and in the next tutorial, we will use this API for the frontend part of our e-commerce…