Ferris  Overweg

Ferris Overweg

1574649990

How to Create A Youtube Clone with VueJS, Webpack and Flexbox

In this tutorial we are going to be building our own competitor to YouTube called VueTube. Here’s a screenshot of the finished product!

Prerequisite

Vue is an awesome front-end JavaScript framework for building awesome user interfaces. Webpack is a module bundler for JavaScript which receives assets used in development and bundles them into single static assets. Having a hard time with positioning in CSS? Flexbox simplifies all that.

We shall be using these tools and techniques to build out a Youtube clone.

Getting started

With this tutorial we will be using webpack to build and run single file components. To get started make sure that you have vue-cli installed.

npm i -g vue-cli

Once vue-cli is installed we create a new project using the webpack build template shipped with the Vue CLI. In the command line, run:

vue init webpack vuetube

Answer all the prompted questions. We wont need vue-router for this project.

Create the Video Player component

Now that the project is created we can create our Video Player component. Open the project in the code editor of your choice (I recommend VS Code).

Head to the /src/components/ folder and add a new file called VideoPlayer.vue

Go ahead and edit the component to:

<template>
  <div class="video-player">
    Welcome to VueTube
  </div>
</template>

<script>
export default {
  name: 'VideoPlayer',
  data () {
    return {
    }
  }
}
</script>

<style scoped>
</style>

This is a barebones Vue single-file component. It includes a template for our view, a script section for our components logic and a style section that is scoped and only applies to our component.

We can now tell App.vue to show our VideoPlayer component instead of the out of the box HelloWorld component. To do that we will need to replace the App.vue file in /src with this one.

<template>
  <div id="app">
    <VideoPlayer/>
  </div>
</template>

<script>
import VideoPlayer from './components/VideoPlayer'

export default {
  name: 'App',
  components: {
    VideoPlayer
  }
}
</script>

<style>
#app {
  font-family: 'Avenir', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif;
  -webkit-font-smoothing: antialiased;
  -moz-osx-font-smoothing: grayscale;
  color: #2c3e50;
}
</style>

Now we are importing the correct component and displaying it when the app starts up. Go ahead and start the application and let’s check out our progress so far. Run:

cd vuetube && npm run dev

Creating our data

Now that we have our app set up lets populate some video data. We are going to utilize the vue data object to store our video info. Inside the script tag lets create a variable named videos.

//VideoPlayer.vue
<script>
let videos = [];

export default {
...

We now have an empty array called videos. Let’s add five videos to the array. I am going to add 5 videos from the Tech Reviewer MKBHD. Feel free to use whatever videos you want.

//VideoPlayer.vue
let videos = [
  {
    id: 1,
    title: "18-core iMac Pro Review: Not a Trap!",
    thumbnail:
      "https://i.ytimg.com/vi/jn9mHzXJIV0/hqdefault.jpg?sqp=-oaymwEZCNACELwBSFXyq4qpAwsIARUAAIhCGAFwAQ==&rs=AOn4CLAvJvk4k_UNB9nst4pFP-txM1TLZA",
    youtubeURL: "https://www.youtube.com/embed/jn9mHzXJIV0",
    creator: "Marques Brownlee",
    likes: 0,
    views: 0
  },
  {
    id: 2,
    title: "Dope Tech: Camera Robots!",
    thumbnail:
      "https://i.ytimg.com/vi/UIwdCN4dV6w/hqdefault.jpg?sqp=-oaymwEZCNACELwBSFXyq4qpAwsIARUAAIhCGAFwAQ==&rs=AOn4CLDhlan32jHSvicGZezDFPjAOdXGUA",
    youtubeURL: "https://www.youtube.com/embed/UIwdCN4dV6w",
    creator: "Marques Brownlee",
    likes: 0,
    views: 0
  },
  {
    id: 3,
    title: "Let's Talk About Tesla Roadster 2020!",
    thumbnail:
      "https://i.ytimg.com/vi/ctx4YBEdOxo/hqdefault.jpg?sqp=-oaymwEZCNACELwBSFXyq4qpAwsIARUAAIhCGAFwAQ==&rs=AOn4CLBDnlrC2rVwXamNkicEEbc3Mf4T0w",
    youtubeURL: "https://www.youtube.com/embed/ctx4YBEdOxo",
    creator: "Marques Brownlee",
    likes: 0,
    views: 0
  },
  {
    id: 4,
    title: "Talking Tech with Neil deGrasse Tyson!",
    thumbnail:
      "https://i.ytimg.com/vi/pqQrL1K0Z5g/hqdefault.jpg?sqp=-oaymwEZCNACELwBSFXyq4qpAwsIARUAAIhCGAFwAQ==&rs=AOn4CLA5hTiwkz4Tr1w1hSMhPlwtmQeyYw",
    youtubeURL: "https://www.youtube.com/embed/pqQrL1K0Z5g",
    creator: "Marques Brownlee",
    likes: 0,
    views: 0
  },
  {
    id: 5,
    title: "The Apple Ecosystem: Explained!",
    thumbnail:
      "https://i.ytimg.com/vi/KB4_WIPE7vo/hqdefault.jpg?sqp=-oaymwEZCNACELwBSFXyq4qpAwsIARUAAIhCGAFwAQ==&rs=AOn4CLCCxXm7aoPShOwON74nhMlGYMUkHw",
    youtubeURL: "https://www.youtube.com/embed/KB4_WIPE7vo",
    creator: "Marques Brownlee",
    likes: 0,
    views: 0
  }
];

So we are storing 6 main attributes. Id, Title, URL, Creator, Likes and Views for each video. Now that we have our data we can start to display it on the screen. The first step is to set our videos variable to the data object.

export default {
  name: 'VideoPlayer',
  data () {
    return {
      videos
    }
  }
}

Looping through our data

Awesome, now we can loop through the data and show a list of the videos that exist on the player. To do that we are going to use v-for.

<div class="video-list">
    <div :key="video.id" v-for="video in videos" class="thumbnail">
        <div class="thumbnail-img">
          <img :src="video.thumbnail" />
        </div>
        <div class="thumbnail-info">
          <h3>{{video.title}}</h3>
          <p>{{video.creator}}</p>
          <p class="thumbnail-views">{{video.views}} Views</p>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>

What we are doing here is looping through the array of videos that we just created. So v-for=”video in videos” is looping through each object or “video” in the videos array.

Since we are looping through the array we can access the fields from each object. In our video list we want to display a thumbnail, creator, views and title. To access those fields within the template we can use the handlebar notation like {{video.title}}

Because the thumbnail needs to be displayed as an image we need to bind the field to the image src. For tags we can’t use the handlebar notation instead we use :src to bind the url.

Refresh your browser and check out what it looks like! You should see something similar to this:

Making the video list pretty

Awesome! Now that we have the video list lets format it. We want the video list to look like the right side of a Youtube video. To get that same look and feel we will be using Flexbox for the layout.

First we want the thumbnail image and the thumbnail info divs to be side by side. To do this we can add just one line to the thumbnail class

<style scoped>
  .thumbnail{
    display:flex;
  }
</style>

Great now we have them side by side let’s add the rest of the styling

.thumbnail img{
    width:168px;
}

.thumbnail-info{
    margin-left:20px;
}

.thumbnail h3{
    font-size:16px;
}

h3,
p{
    margin:0;
    padding:0;
}

.thumbnail-views{
    font-size:14px;
}

Now check out the updates in your browser!

Setting an active video

Our thumbnail list is all set up and now we can display our videos. When the app initially loads we can just display the first video in the array. To do that lets set create a field in the data object called activeVideo this is what we will use to display whatever video the user has picked. To set it to the first video when the page is loaded all we have to do is set activeVideo to videos[0]

export default {
  name: 'VideoPlayer',
  data () {
    return {
      videos,
      activeVideo: videos[0]
    }
  }
}

The active video is now part of the data object meaning that we can access it simply by referencing this.activeVideo inside the template. To show the youtube video we can create an iframe that is bound to the youtubeURL field of our video object.

<div class="video-container">
      <iframe width="640" height="360" :src="this.activeVideo.youtubeURL" frameborder="0" allow="autoplay; encrypted-media" allowfullscreen></iframe>
</div>

Let’s add the rest of the video information below the iframe tag.

<iframe ....>
<h3>{{this.activeVideo.title}}</h3>
<div class="row">
    <p>{{this.activeVideo.views}} views</p> 
    <p>{{this.activeVideo.likes}} <button>Like</button></p>
</div>

Awesome! We now have an active video that displays. Let’s make it look good.

.video-player{
    display:flex;
    width:1200px;
    margin:auto;
}

.video-container{
    margin-right:40px;
}

.row{
    display:flex;
    justify-content:space-between;
}

button{
    background:#D0021B;
    color:white;
    border:none;
    padding:10px 20px;
}

Refresh your browser and check it out!

Make it work!

Let’s make it possible for us to choose the video that we want to watch. To do that we will write a method in the script section.

methods:{
  chooseVideo(video){
      //SET VIDEO AS ACTIVE VIDEO
      this.activeVideo = video;
      //INCREASE THE VIDEOS VIEWS BY 1
      video.views += 1;
  }
}

So we have created a method called chooseVideo that takes a video parameter. This method will be used when a user chooses a thumbnail to watch from the video list. When a video is chosen we set the activeVideo to the video that was clicked and we also increase the videos view count by 1.

Now we have to bind the method to a click event on each video in the v-for loop

<div @click="chooseVideo(video)" :key="video.id" v-for="video in videos" class="thumbnail">

Try clicking on a video within the video list! If everything went well then you should be able to watch the video that you clicked on.

Set up the Like Button

Our last step is to set up the like button. We will create another method that adds one to the total likes when the button is clicked.

addLike(){
  this.activeVideo.likes += 1;
}

and then we can bind the addLike method to the like button in the template

<button @click="addLike">Like</button>

Refresh your browser and try to like your videos! You should see the counter going up and it should persist even when you choose a different video.

Add some finishing touches

For our last step we can add our new video players logo. Save the image below as logo.png into the assets folder.

Now we can add the logo to our App.vue file

<div id="app">
    <img style="width:140px; margin:14px;" src="./assets/logo.png"/> 
    <VideoPlayer/>
</div>

Thanks for reading!

Thanks for making it this far. Hope you enjoyed the tutorial. If you have any questions or comments feel free to ask them below. Thank you !

#Vuejs #JavaScript #Development ##Webpack ##Flexbox

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How to Create A Youtube Clone with VueJS, Webpack and Flexbox
Ferris  Overweg

Ferris Overweg

1574649990

How to Create A Youtube Clone with VueJS, Webpack and Flexbox

In this tutorial we are going to be building our own competitor to YouTube called VueTube. Here’s a screenshot of the finished product!

Prerequisite

Vue is an awesome front-end JavaScript framework for building awesome user interfaces. Webpack is a module bundler for JavaScript which receives assets used in development and bundles them into single static assets. Having a hard time with positioning in CSS? Flexbox simplifies all that.

We shall be using these tools and techniques to build out a Youtube clone.

Getting started

With this tutorial we will be using webpack to build and run single file components. To get started make sure that you have vue-cli installed.

npm i -g vue-cli

Once vue-cli is installed we create a new project using the webpack build template shipped with the Vue CLI. In the command line, run:

vue init webpack vuetube

Answer all the prompted questions. We wont need vue-router for this project.

Create the Video Player component

Now that the project is created we can create our Video Player component. Open the project in the code editor of your choice (I recommend VS Code).

Head to the /src/components/ folder and add a new file called VideoPlayer.vue

Go ahead and edit the component to:

<template>
  <div class="video-player">
    Welcome to VueTube
  </div>
</template>

<script>
export default {
  name: 'VideoPlayer',
  data () {
    return {
    }
  }
}
</script>

<style scoped>
</style>

This is a barebones Vue single-file component. It includes a template for our view, a script section for our components logic and a style section that is scoped and only applies to our component.

We can now tell App.vue to show our VideoPlayer component instead of the out of the box HelloWorld component. To do that we will need to replace the App.vue file in /src with this one.

<template>
  <div id="app">
    <VideoPlayer/>
  </div>
</template>

<script>
import VideoPlayer from './components/VideoPlayer'

export default {
  name: 'App',
  components: {
    VideoPlayer
  }
}
</script>

<style>
#app {
  font-family: 'Avenir', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif;
  -webkit-font-smoothing: antialiased;
  -moz-osx-font-smoothing: grayscale;
  color: #2c3e50;
}
</style>

Now we are importing the correct component and displaying it when the app starts up. Go ahead and start the application and let’s check out our progress so far. Run:

cd vuetube && npm run dev

Creating our data

Now that we have our app set up lets populate some video data. We are going to utilize the vue data object to store our video info. Inside the script tag lets create a variable named videos.

//VideoPlayer.vue
<script>
let videos = [];

export default {
...

We now have an empty array called videos. Let’s add five videos to the array. I am going to add 5 videos from the Tech Reviewer MKBHD. Feel free to use whatever videos you want.

//VideoPlayer.vue
let videos = [
  {
    id: 1,
    title: "18-core iMac Pro Review: Not a Trap!",
    thumbnail:
      "https://i.ytimg.com/vi/jn9mHzXJIV0/hqdefault.jpg?sqp=-oaymwEZCNACELwBSFXyq4qpAwsIARUAAIhCGAFwAQ==&rs=AOn4CLAvJvk4k_UNB9nst4pFP-txM1TLZA",
    youtubeURL: "https://www.youtube.com/embed/jn9mHzXJIV0",
    creator: "Marques Brownlee",
    likes: 0,
    views: 0
  },
  {
    id: 2,
    title: "Dope Tech: Camera Robots!",
    thumbnail:
      "https://i.ytimg.com/vi/UIwdCN4dV6w/hqdefault.jpg?sqp=-oaymwEZCNACELwBSFXyq4qpAwsIARUAAIhCGAFwAQ==&rs=AOn4CLDhlan32jHSvicGZezDFPjAOdXGUA",
    youtubeURL: "https://www.youtube.com/embed/UIwdCN4dV6w",
    creator: "Marques Brownlee",
    likes: 0,
    views: 0
  },
  {
    id: 3,
    title: "Let's Talk About Tesla Roadster 2020!",
    thumbnail:
      "https://i.ytimg.com/vi/ctx4YBEdOxo/hqdefault.jpg?sqp=-oaymwEZCNACELwBSFXyq4qpAwsIARUAAIhCGAFwAQ==&rs=AOn4CLBDnlrC2rVwXamNkicEEbc3Mf4T0w",
    youtubeURL: "https://www.youtube.com/embed/ctx4YBEdOxo",
    creator: "Marques Brownlee",
    likes: 0,
    views: 0
  },
  {
    id: 4,
    title: "Talking Tech with Neil deGrasse Tyson!",
    thumbnail:
      "https://i.ytimg.com/vi/pqQrL1K0Z5g/hqdefault.jpg?sqp=-oaymwEZCNACELwBSFXyq4qpAwsIARUAAIhCGAFwAQ==&rs=AOn4CLA5hTiwkz4Tr1w1hSMhPlwtmQeyYw",
    youtubeURL: "https://www.youtube.com/embed/pqQrL1K0Z5g",
    creator: "Marques Brownlee",
    likes: 0,
    views: 0
  },
  {
    id: 5,
    title: "The Apple Ecosystem: Explained!",
    thumbnail:
      "https://i.ytimg.com/vi/KB4_WIPE7vo/hqdefault.jpg?sqp=-oaymwEZCNACELwBSFXyq4qpAwsIARUAAIhCGAFwAQ==&rs=AOn4CLCCxXm7aoPShOwON74nhMlGYMUkHw",
    youtubeURL: "https://www.youtube.com/embed/KB4_WIPE7vo",
    creator: "Marques Brownlee",
    likes: 0,
    views: 0
  }
];

So we are storing 6 main attributes. Id, Title, URL, Creator, Likes and Views for each video. Now that we have our data we can start to display it on the screen. The first step is to set our videos variable to the data object.

export default {
  name: 'VideoPlayer',
  data () {
    return {
      videos
    }
  }
}

Looping through our data

Awesome, now we can loop through the data and show a list of the videos that exist on the player. To do that we are going to use v-for.

<div class="video-list">
    <div :key="video.id" v-for="video in videos" class="thumbnail">
        <div class="thumbnail-img">
          <img :src="video.thumbnail" />
        </div>
        <div class="thumbnail-info">
          <h3>{{video.title}}</h3>
          <p>{{video.creator}}</p>
          <p class="thumbnail-views">{{video.views}} Views</p>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>

What we are doing here is looping through the array of videos that we just created. So v-for=”video in videos” is looping through each object or “video” in the videos array.

Since we are looping through the array we can access the fields from each object. In our video list we want to display a thumbnail, creator, views and title. To access those fields within the template we can use the handlebar notation like {{video.title}}

Because the thumbnail needs to be displayed as an image we need to bind the field to the image src. For tags we can’t use the handlebar notation instead we use :src to bind the url.

Refresh your browser and check out what it looks like! You should see something similar to this:

Making the video list pretty

Awesome! Now that we have the video list lets format it. We want the video list to look like the right side of a Youtube video. To get that same look and feel we will be using Flexbox for the layout.

First we want the thumbnail image and the thumbnail info divs to be side by side. To do this we can add just one line to the thumbnail class

<style scoped>
  .thumbnail{
    display:flex;
  }
</style>

Great now we have them side by side let’s add the rest of the styling

.thumbnail img{
    width:168px;
}

.thumbnail-info{
    margin-left:20px;
}

.thumbnail h3{
    font-size:16px;
}

h3,
p{
    margin:0;
    padding:0;
}

.thumbnail-views{
    font-size:14px;
}

Now check out the updates in your browser!

Setting an active video

Our thumbnail list is all set up and now we can display our videos. When the app initially loads we can just display the first video in the array. To do that lets set create a field in the data object called activeVideo this is what we will use to display whatever video the user has picked. To set it to the first video when the page is loaded all we have to do is set activeVideo to videos[0]

export default {
  name: 'VideoPlayer',
  data () {
    return {
      videos,
      activeVideo: videos[0]
    }
  }
}

The active video is now part of the data object meaning that we can access it simply by referencing this.activeVideo inside the template. To show the youtube video we can create an iframe that is bound to the youtubeURL field of our video object.

<div class="video-container">
      <iframe width="640" height="360" :src="this.activeVideo.youtubeURL" frameborder="0" allow="autoplay; encrypted-media" allowfullscreen></iframe>
</div>

Let’s add the rest of the video information below the iframe tag.

<iframe ....>
<h3>{{this.activeVideo.title}}</h3>
<div class="row">
    <p>{{this.activeVideo.views}} views</p> 
    <p>{{this.activeVideo.likes}} <button>Like</button></p>
</div>

Awesome! We now have an active video that displays. Let’s make it look good.

.video-player{
    display:flex;
    width:1200px;
    margin:auto;
}

.video-container{
    margin-right:40px;
}

.row{
    display:flex;
    justify-content:space-between;
}

button{
    background:#D0021B;
    color:white;
    border:none;
    padding:10px 20px;
}

Refresh your browser and check it out!

Make it work!

Let’s make it possible for us to choose the video that we want to watch. To do that we will write a method in the script section.

methods:{
  chooseVideo(video){
      //SET VIDEO AS ACTIVE VIDEO
      this.activeVideo = video;
      //INCREASE THE VIDEOS VIEWS BY 1
      video.views += 1;
  }
}

So we have created a method called chooseVideo that takes a video parameter. This method will be used when a user chooses a thumbnail to watch from the video list. When a video is chosen we set the activeVideo to the video that was clicked and we also increase the videos view count by 1.

Now we have to bind the method to a click event on each video in the v-for loop

<div @click="chooseVideo(video)" :key="video.id" v-for="video in videos" class="thumbnail">

Try clicking on a video within the video list! If everything went well then you should be able to watch the video that you clicked on.

Set up the Like Button

Our last step is to set up the like button. We will create another method that adds one to the total likes when the button is clicked.

addLike(){
  this.activeVideo.likes += 1;
}

and then we can bind the addLike method to the like button in the template

<button @click="addLike">Like</button>

Refresh your browser and try to like your videos! You should see the counter going up and it should persist even when you choose a different video.

Add some finishing touches

For our last step we can add our new video players logo. Save the image below as logo.png into the assets folder.

Now we can add the logo to our App.vue file

<div id="app">
    <img style="width:140px; margin:14px;" src="./assets/logo.png"/> 
    <VideoPlayer/>
</div>

Thanks for reading!

Thanks for making it this far. Hope you enjoyed the tutorial. If you have any questions or comments feel free to ask them below. Thank you !

#Vuejs #JavaScript #Development ##Webpack ##Flexbox

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Stretch your business verticals by launching a Youtube clone. Allure a wide range of users by implementing unique, and popular features into the app. To help you with this, at Appdupe, we build high standard clone scripts that will gain fame for your application. Let us go through the basic functioning, and intuitive features of the app.

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  • The user will download the application, and log into the app after completing the registration.
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  • The user can also create a channel, and upload videos in the app format.
  • The user can captivate viewers by streaming live videos.
  • Based on the user’s video content, viewers can like/dislike videos.
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Amid the COVID-19 crisis, on-demand grocery delivery apps are a massive hit. The convenience of availing doorstep essentials, coupled with accessing a wide range of products, is propelling the need for grocery delivery apps more than ever. Even retail grocery outlets are eyeing to explore the online market space due to its massive popularity and revenue.

Are you an entrepreneur aiming to initiate your Bigbasket clone app development? If so, are you ready to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic situation? This blog discusses a few vital strategies that can make an app like Bigbasket combat the outbreak situation comprehensively.

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Summing up,
Surviving the outbreak situation will open the floodgates to unrestricted revenue for an entrepreneur. Implement these strategies in your Bigbasket clone script and scale your grocery delivery app among the masses.

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Letgo Clone | Letgo Clone App | Buy and Sell Classified Marketplace Script

The reseller e-commerce business has become the talk of the town. The reason for the huge eminence of reseller e-commerce in today’s world is due to the benefits it assures. With a robust and user-friendly app, your reseller e-commerce business is sure to take you places.

Before stepping out to invest in the reseller e-commerce business, consider launching an app like Letgo that is armed with several rich features. In this blog, you will get to know the list of features of the app that will make your reseller business a sure-shot success.

Inventory management- Sellers can restock and manage the inventory without any hassles.

Catalog management- Sellers can sort and group their products under categories. Also, sellers can add or remove products from the catalog in just a few taps.

Diverse payment options- The app offers users with multiple payment options with which they can make their payments by choosing the convenient payment option.

Push notifications- The push notifications are integral in keeping users up-to-date with your app. Alerts regarding new product arrival, offers, updates, etc. can be sent via push notifications.

These are the features that will give an extraordinary user experience. Let us next learn about the revenue model of the app.

Commission fees- Sellers who get orders via your app will pay commission fees. Associating with multiple sellers will amplify the revenue through commission fees.

Promotional content- You can promote sellers’ products on your app under the digital banner section.

Premium services- You can allow access to certain advanced features on a paid basis to users. Formulate monthly or yearly subscription plans so that users can choose their convenient plan.

Conclusion

The Letgo clone script is the best reseller e-commerce app to invest in. Head towards to find the app developer who has experience in building clone apps with robust functional models.

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