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SwiftUI and Node.js Full Stack - Build Twitter - iOS 16 [Video]

By : Eren Cem Salta
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SwiftUI and Node.js Full Stack - Build Twitter - iOS 16 [Video]

By: Eren Cem Salta

Overview of this book

In this course, we will guide you through the process of building two applications: a Notes app and a Twitter Clone app using SwiftUI and Node.js. We start with the basics and build up to developing a Twitter Clone app with authentication using Node.js and JSONWebToken library. We will also cover the foundation of Swift programming language, SwiftUI framework, core data with SwiftUI, MVVM architecture, external REST APIs integration, and many more. With hands-on tutorials, you will gain a deep understanding of Swift concurrency, data fetching, JSON serialization, and how to use the Swift Package Manager (SPM) for version control with Git. Not only that, but we will also take you through the process of building a REST API using Node.js. You will learn how to use Express.js to create a web server and Sharp.js for image processing. We will also show you how to use JSONWebToken (JWT) for authentication and many other key features of Node.js. Throughout the course, we will cover powerful SwiftUI features such as SwiftUI Menu, Items and Stacks, Resizable Bottom Sheet, Pull-to-Refresh View, In-App API, Layout Protocol, HTTP Requests, MVVM Architecture, Navigation Controllers, and Slide Menus. By the end of this course, you will have gained a complete understanding of how to develop, design, and publish your own apps in the Apple App Store. You will have learned how to create a beautiful Notes app and a fully functional Twitter Clone app with backend authentication. All the resource files are added to the GitHub repository at: https://github.com/PacktPublishing/SwiftUI-and-Node.js-Full-Stack---Build-Twitter---iOS-16
Table of Contents (8 chapters)
Free Chapter
1
Introduction to the Course
Chapter 7
Full Stack Twitter Clone – Backend
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Section 21
Update Server-Side EditProfileView
In this video, we will update the server-side code for EditProfileView, which we have been working on in the previous videos. We will modify the Node.js backend to allow users to edit their profile information and update it in the database.