Build a MERN application using Next.js

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En este Proyecto guiado, tú:

Create an asynchronous function in Next.js to access API data.

Pass props from the API call to the Next.js function component.

Use Next.js props to create the state in the React Component.

Clock2 hours
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VideoVideo de pantalla dividida
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By the end of this project, you will Build a MERN application using Next.js by using Next.js to fetch data from an existing REST API and passing props to a React component to present questions and check answers on a form. Next.js is used to provide server-side rendering and routing. React is used for presenting dynamic data on the Client side for such activities as form processing. Next.js may be responsible for fetching data from an API to create props, while the React component handles form creation and event processing. Note: This course works best for learners who are based in the North America region. We’re currently working on providing the same experience in other regions.

Habilidades que desarrollarás

Next.js PropsReact.js StateNext.js SWRNext.js Data FetchingReact.js Props

Aprende paso a paso

En un video que se reproduce en una pantalla dividida con tu área de trabajo, tu instructor te guiará en cada paso:

  1. Analyze the existing MongoDB, Express, Next.js and Node.js Application.

  2. Create an asynchronous function in Next.js to access API data.

  3. Pass props from the API call to the Next.js function component.

  4. Pass dynamic props from the Next.js parent to the Child Component.

  5. Use Next.js props to create the state in the React Component.

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En un video de pantalla dividida, tu instructor te guía paso a paso

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