Hello guys, I found a nice 5 hour long YouTube tutorial on how to build a Ecommerce website with Node and React by Coding with Basir.
By the end of the tutorial you will build a mini clone of Amazon using Node and React. This app is a Full Stack MERN App using MongoDB for database, Node + Express for APIs, front end is built with React (using Hooks) with Redux for state management. Finally the app is deployed on Heroku.
Did you know malformed API url in create-react-app can cause CORS issue in Google Chrome when getting data from external api via fetch or axios.
I know this a strange issue. It is what i faced when using pixabay api in a create-react-app. I had stored api key in .env file. I made a stupid mistake of adding a semicolon as in case of a variable declaration inside .env file.
It was really hard to debug the issue. I tried various CORS workarounds as mentioned in official docs including configuring proxy myself and adding http-proxy-middleware.
But still the issue wasn’t solved. I wasted nearly 2 hours on this bug. Finally when i was inspecting the console log, I found a semicolon where it shouldn’t be. It lead to an Aha! moment where i revisited the .env file and fixed the environment variable.
Finally I got rid of the issue and was able to get the data from the server.
So when using create-react-app, make sure your API url is formed correctly and your environment variables are correct to avoid bugs such as these.
Mr Weibenfalk has worked as a full stack web developer and a freelancer for several years and he has a rich experience in the field of web development.
I discovered Thomas Weibenfalk mainly through Twitter and freeCodeCamp forums. He was one of the top 100 contributor for freeCodeCamp in the year 2019.
Most noteworthy thing I like about this teacher is more real world project oriented teaching, less preaching, to the point practical tutorials, teaches everything from scratch
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