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Svelte.js & Firebase: Pokedex edition

Build step by step a web application with SvelteJS & Firebase

4.55 (11 reviews)

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2 hours

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Jun 2021

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What you will learn

SvelteJS basics with no knowledge

Advanced techniques & core concepts of Svelte

Firebase setup from scratch

Firebase Auth with Google, store/get data with Firestore & Database

Routing, route guards & redirect with Routify

Webdesign with Tailwindcss


Description

What is Svelte?

Just like React and Vue, Svelte is a JavaScript framework offering a productive approach for making frontend interfaces easy to build. The biggest technical advantage of Svelte is high performance, browser-friendly JavaScript with small bundle sizes.

Why to use Svelte.js?

If you are looking for an efficient Javascript framework with a nice learning curve to build front-end applications, you'll love to play with Svelte. This framework provides a fluid & light approach of coding that open new horizons for beginners and seniors developers.

Svelte/Firebase, a good mix?

As you may already know, Firebase offers you the opportunity to create an app serverless. It means that you don't need to code any back-end at all. Moreover, this is for free! How amazing is that? Combined with Svelte makes this course even more interesting for those who want to create a front-end app.

What is our program?

In this course, I'll teach you how to handle Svelte and Firebase by coding a Pokedex! Why? Because it provides to us an already-made database (I'll provide you a JSON to use during the course) that we'll inject inside our Front-End application directly from Firebase.

Concerning Svelte, you'll learn:

  • Svelte mechanic, logic & lifecycles,

  • Adding data,

  • Dynamic attributes,

  • Conditions, key, DOM events...

  • Styling,

  • Nested components,

  • Components & views relationships,

  • Assignments, declarations, statements,

  • Updating values,

  • Declaring props,

  • Manage stores...

But not only. I'll use my senior skills to show you how to architecture a Front-End application properly. In details, this is our roadmap:

  • Svelte install & configuration,

  • Routing with Routify,

  • Firebase project configuration,

  • FireAuth, FireStore & FireDatabase initialization,

  • Authentication, routes guards & sessions,

  • JavaScript modules & Front-End architecture,

  • API interface design,

  • Views & components logic in Svelte,

  • CSS Design with Tailwindcss,

  • Autocomplete for pokemons,

  • Listing pokemons,

  • Store favorites pokemons...

This is a complete program and all of this in less than 2 hours.

Svelte is a radical new approach to building user interfaces [...] As we all know the popularity of Svelte is at the moment way lower than other JS frameworks/libraries like React.js or Vue.js, but that is no reason for Svelte to lose the game.

Svelte. What is your opinion about the lightweight JS framework? by Dennis Frijlink

So if you are ready, join this course!


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Svelte.js & Firebase: Pokedex edition
Svelte.js & Firebase: Pokedex edition
Svelte.js & Firebase: Pokedex edition
Svelte.js & Firebase: Pokedex edition

Content

Introduction

Svelte Routify setup

Firebase setup

Authentication

Navigation bar (auth logic)

Components in Svelte (nav, menu, button)

Events in Svelte (from child to parent, parent to child...)

Set data in Firestore (user document)

Creating stores in Svelte (user & pokemons)

Store pokemons get from database (favorites)

Loading, ListItem & Labels components (svelte, tailwindcss)

Set a pokemon as favorite (firestore)

Pokemon & Profile pages (svelte, tailwindcss)

Autocomplete (svelte, firestore)

Thank you very much!


Reviews

K
Katja28 May 2021

I learnd a lot. Please publish the code of this project. I have troubles with the store: TypeError: store.subscribe is not a function

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Innes27 April 2021

Content is good so far, although there is not much in the way of explanation; it’s typically just ‘type this’. Presenter’s accent is very strong and requires additional concentration to follow. Video editing is quite ‘choppy’.


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4/5/2021

Course created date

4/18/2021

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