Modesto  Corwin

Modesto Corwin

1623897761

Typescript NX Monorepo with NextJS and Express

Let’s build an NX monorepo with an express API that shares Typescript types with a NextJS applications that we then test with Cypress. So much to learn and do, let’s get into it!

  • 00:00 Introduction
  • 00:30 Creating the workspace
  • 02:00 Building the API
  • 06:31 Creating the NextJS App
  • 10:26 Creating the shared library
  • 11:20 Using the shared library
  • 15:00 Adding CORS
  • 15:55 Supporting SSR
  • 20:00 E2E testing
  • 24:20 Outroduction

Code: https://github.com/jherr/nx-with-exp-nextjs

#typescript #express #nextjs #next #react

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Typescript NX Monorepo with NextJS and Express
Joel  Hawkins

Joel Hawkins

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How to use Monorepo to Build an App with Nx, NextJS and TypeScript

Too many repos to update? Try a monorepo! Learn what a monorepo is, and how to use one to build an app with Nx, Next.js and TypeScript.

In this article, we’ll learn what a monorepo is, and how monorepos help in developing applications faster with a better development experience. We’ll discuss the advantages of using the Nx development tools for managing a monorepo, and learn how to use those tools to build a Next.js application.

The code for this article is available on GitHub. You can find a working demo of the app we’re building here.

#monorepo #nx #nextjs #typescript

Modesto  Corwin

Modesto Corwin

1623897761

Typescript NX Monorepo with NextJS and Express

Let’s build an NX monorepo with an express API that shares Typescript types with a NextJS applications that we then test with Cypress. So much to learn and do, let’s get into it!

  • 00:00 Introduction
  • 00:30 Creating the workspace
  • 02:00 Building the API
  • 06:31 Creating the NextJS App
  • 10:26 Creating the shared library
  • 11:20 Using the shared library
  • 15:00 Adding CORS
  • 15:55 Supporting SSR
  • 20:00 E2E testing
  • 24:20 Outroduction

Code: https://github.com/jherr/nx-with-exp-nextjs

#typescript #express #nextjs #next #react

Painlessly Build and Deploy Next.js Apps With Nx

Nx is a set of Extensible Dev Tools for Monorepos, which we developed at Nrwl based on our experience working at Google and helping Fortune 500 enterprises build ambitious applications at scale. (If you aren’t familiar with it, learn about Nx at nx.dev/angular and nx.dev/react.)
Meanwhile, Next.js is a super cool meta-framework that is built on top of React.

#react #nextjs #monorepo #javascript #nx

Tamia  Walter

Tamia Walter

1606203241

Building a NextJS Monorepo

You started creating a frontend application for your company, then another, and another and eventually you end up with a dozen frontend applications with a ton of replicated code. Tooling code, linting, tests, helper libraries and domain specific code.

You probably seen this happen before. Is not effective and is prone to errors. The solution, co-locate all code and dependencies on a single repository, in other words create a monorepo.

I will not try to explain what a monorepo is or why do you need one. As usual on all my post I just to help you build one for your NextJS applications. You probably already decided a monorepo is the solution for you.

What do I need from a monorepo?

There are certain minimal requirements any frontend monorepo should support. The ones I care the most are:

  • Contain Applications and Libraries: Usually inside a monorepo you use the term package to identify specific units of code, it could be an App or a shared module. On our monorepo they will live under /packages/app/* and /packages/shared/* each.
  • Bootstrap a new Application or Shared Module with a CLI command.
  • Run ALL Tests in the monorepo with a single command. Alternatively we would want to run only the tests on an App or Shared Module.
  • Storybook is almost a requirement to build frontend applications (or similar tool). We also need to open a Storybook with ALL the stories on the monorepo. Alternatively, again, we would want to open it with only the stories from a single Application or Shared Module.
  • Shared tooling config. ESLint, Prettier, TypeScript, no need to be repeating ourselves in every package.
  • Each Application should have its own build scripts. Along with scripts to run the Application in isolation and also as composition. Composition means, we can have apps targeting different paths in a single domain and run them all at the same time (Ex: /customer-dashboard/... represents an Customer dashboard app and /back-office/... is the administrative Application internal employees use)

You can have other requirements in addition to this. After this post you can dedicate more time to them.

#monorepo #typescript #react #next #web-development

Upload and Store Images in MySQL using Node.Js, Express, Express-FileUpload & Handlebars

Today we are going to explore the basic usage of Express-FileUpload. In addition to this, I will show you how you can save/update a user record with a profile image that you can upload.

Source Files:
https://raddy.co.uk/blog/upload-and-store-images-in-mysql-using-node-js-express-express-fileupload-express-handlebars/

Chapters:
0:00 Introduction:
1:16 NPM Project Setup
3:54 Creating Express Server
5:51 Setting up Layouts & Routes
9:46 Express Upload Form
21:50 User Card
33:40 Database
52:05 Ending

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