Welcome to ShopPoint! A mern stack e-commerce app Full featured shopping cart Product reviews and ratings
New features (Added)
1. Clone this repo by running the following command :-
git clone https://github.com/SajidAnTechie/ShopPoint cd ShoppingPoint
2. Now install all the required packages(frontend & backend) by running the following commands :-
yarn add cd client yarn add
2. Create a config.env file in config folder and add the following
PORT=5000 NODE_ENV=development MONGO_URI =your mongodb uri PAYPAL_CLIENT_ID=your paypal client id FILE_UPLOAD_PATH=./public/uploads/product FILE_UPLOAD_SIZE=1000000 JWT_SECRET=your key JWT_EXPIREIN=30d SEND_GRID_KEY=your sendgrid api key FROM_EMAIL=your sender email FROM_NAME=ShoppingPoint
3. Seed Database
# Import data node seeder -i # Destroy data node seeder -d
4. Now start the react and node server by running the following command :-
#Start the server yarn run dev #Start the client side app cd client yarn start
5. 🎉 Open your browser and go to
Source Code: https://github.com/SajidAnTechie/ShopPoint
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