Creating a Serverless Application Using React in AWS

Creating a Serverless Application Using React in AWS

English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 44KHz 2ch | 2h 47m | 608 MB

React is one of the key technologies that the new and modern web is being built upon. In this course, instructor Brett McLaughlin shows you how React and a complete web development ecosystem work together in building applications. Brett goes through all the steps in getting your React app set up, deployed, connected, and supported. Next, he steps you through creating React components to organize and display your content. Brett teaches you how to add cloud services like a database using JSON data and encourages you to ensure your code works on the cloud platform you’re targeting. He covers how to interact with AWS and DynamoDB through the command line, then how to create and use a DynamoDB table. Next, Brett goes into how to create, load, and test a new role that can execute Lambda functions and interact with DynamoDB. He walks you through creating and deploying an API gateway. Brett concludes by showing you how to connect your React code to an API Gateway endpoint.
+ Table of Contents

1 React + API + AWS = The new web
2 Using the exercise files
3 React is a technology, not an environment
4 Set up your React environment
5 Deploy your React app
6 Connect your code to GitHub
7 Add AWS support with Amplify
8 Challenge Update your local application and deploy to AWS
9 Solution Update your local application and deploy to AWS
10 Get a basic website up and running
11 Build a site based on structured data
12 Organize your app with components
13 Challenge Build a menu based on dynamic data
14 Solution Build a menu based on dynamic data
15 Use JSON as a Mock for Dynamically-Loaded Data
16 Load JSON as data in your React component
17 Challenge Convert your components to use dynamic data
18 Solution Convert your components to use dynamic data
19 Always be deploying
20 Download and install the AWS Command Line Interface
21 Set up an AWS IAM user
22 Configure the AWS CLI
23 Install the AWS SDK
24 Create a DynamoDB table
25 Challenge Add DynamoDB tables for other components
26 Solution Add DynamoDB tables for other components
27 Load data into DynamoDB using the AWS console
28 Load single-value data into DynamoDB programmatically
29 Load multi-value data into DynamoDB programmatically
30 Create a role for Lambda and DynamoDB access
31 Load DynamoDB data from a Lambda function
32 Test your Lambda from AWS
33 Challenge Write Lambda functions for all tables
34 Solution Write Lambda functions for all tables
35 Create an API Gateway
36 Create a GET endpoint for services
37 Deploy your API Gateway to a new stage
38 Validate your endpoint is dynamic
39 Challenge Add more endpoints to your REST API
40 Solution Add more endpoints to your REST API
41 Add a React Hook and a state variable
42 Create a side effect with the useEffect Hook
43 Request data from an API Gateway
44 Update CORS headers for your application
45 Challenge Finish the Landon Hotel API calls
46 Solution Finish the Landon Hotel API calls
47 Next steps