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Roll your own Facades

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Build an e-commerce platform

Build a robust e-commerce platform with a Laravel API and Nuxt frontend. Products with flexible variations, proper price implementation, a full checkout experience with dynamic shipping and payment implementations (including saved payment methods) and loads more.

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Roll your own Facades

Popularized by Laravel, Facades hide underlying classes and allow normal methods to be invoked as static methods. With a pinch of magic, we're going to create our own!

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Practical Vue Components

Build a collection of reusable components for your app, and learn the complexities of Vue along the way. Everything from buttons and modals to collapsible file trees and navigation. Super clean, super reusable.

I credit Codecourse as the single most beneficial learning resource to my development career. When I was learning my first programming language, Codecourse taught me how to develop simple applications and introduced me to the fundamentals. Now I develop complex applications and I'm a senior developer with my company. You put in the effort, Codecourse brings the knowledge!

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