A fullstack web app to track the price of any Amazon Product

A fullstack web app to track the price of any Amazon Product

Amazon Product Tracking App V2 A fullstack web app to track the price of any Amazon product and store user's traces in one place

Amazon Product Tracking App V2


A fullstack web app to track the price of any Amazon product and store user's traces in one place

Build status

Success: See Live

Started on: 13 Aug 2020 Completed on: 16 Aug 2020 Last modified on: 6 October 2020

Screenshots (V2)

Landing Page


Track New Product

Edit Tracked Product

Delete Tracked Product

Tech/framework used

  • MERN Stack (MongoDB, Express, React, Node)
  • Bootstrap
  • Sass


  • Create an account
  • Track any product's price on Amazon

How to use it locally

Get your MongoDB connection string

Follow from Part 1 (Create an Atlas Account) to Part 5 (Connect to Your Cluster) in this documentation.

In Part 5, skip to Connect to Your Atlas Cluster and follow from Step 1 to Step 4 to get the connection string.

Now, clone the repository, then:

cd into the working directory and install dependencies in both server & client side:

cd React-Amazon-Price-Tracker
npm i
cd frontend
npm i

Back to the root folder and create a ".env" file:

cd ..
cd ..
touch .env

In ".env", enter your mongoDB connection string and JWT secret key:

  • If you're using VS Code, you can use this command to start editing
code .
  • Paste in the code, replace mongodb-connection-string with your MongoDB connection string, and edit yourJwtSecret (for better security, use a complex string).

Install concurrently to run both server and client side in one terminal, and run the app:

npm i -D concurrently
npm run dev

Future Update

  • Button to re-track all products
  • Email user when the product price is lower than the ideal price
  • Secure token with httpOnly cookie
  • Make user profile customizable
  • Add more authentication methods
  • Add password reset and email confirmation


Project Inspiration:

Video by Web Dev Simplified

Design Inspiration:

Landing Page Dashboard Dashboard CRUD Popup Modal



Download Details:

Author: yewyewXD

Demo: https://trackerbase.herokuapp.com/

Source Code: https://github.com/yewyewXD/React-Amazon-Price-Tracker

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