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Social Network App With React, Redux, Firebase, Tailwind CSS

Social Network App With React, Redux, Firebase, Tailwind CSS

Create a Social Networking application using React, Redux, Firebase, and Tailwind CSS.

What you’ll learn

Social Network App With React, Redux, Firebase, Tailwind CSS

  • One of the best aspects of this course/project is that no external libraries will be used for components.
  • As a result, you’ll learn how to create components like forms, buttons, layouts, and modals from the ground up.
  • Firestore Snapchat Analytics, Gmail User Authentication, GooglePost Interactions, and Firestore Snapchat are all Firestore Snapchats.
  • Tailwind uses CSS features such as flex, grid, positioning, responsiveness, colours, and sizes.
  • Netlify provides complete source deployment with live Q&A assistance.7 days a week, 24 hours a day.
  • Real-time feedback on popular social networking features like comments, shares, and likes


  • Good if you little bit of knowledge in React


Hi guys,

We’ll use React, Redux, Firebase, and Tailwind CSS to create a small social network application in this course.

Front-end development with React

State management using Redux

Tailwind CSS for Reusable Components and Styling

For Authentication/Storage/Database, Firebase

A social network is a site or platform where individuals from all over the world connect for various reasons, such as conversing, sharing information, publishing daily activities, promotions, and so on. As a result, we will create a comparable application.


React is a front-end JavaScript library for creating user interfaces using UI components that are free and open-source. Meta and a community of individual developers and businesses support it.


Redux is a free JavaScript toolkit for centralizing and managing the application state. It’s most typically used to create user interfaces with libraries like React or Angular. Dan Abramov and Andrew Clark designed it in the same way that Facebook’s Flux architecture was.

CSS Tailwind

Tailwind CSS is a utility-first CSS framework for creating bespoke user interfaces quickly. It’s a highly configurable, low-level CSS framework that offers you all the building blocks you need to create custom designs without having to deal with overriding irritating, opinionated styles.


Google’s Firebase technology allows developers to create mobile and online applications. It started out as an independent business in 2011. Google bought the platform in 2014, and it is now its primary app development platform.

Who this course is for:

  • MER Stack Developers React Developers
  • Front-End Developers UI Developers
  • Students who wish to create something from the ground up may do so.
  • Students interested in learning about Tailwind CSS and Firebase

Social Network App With React, Redux, Firebase, Tailwind CSS

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