Build & Deploy a Full Stack URL Shortener with Node.js, React, TypeScript & MongoDB

In this guide we are going to build & deploy a full stack URL shortener with Node.js, React, TypeScript & MongoDB. You can follow along by watching the video associated with each section, or by reading the guide.

Finish repository: https://github.com/TomDoesTech/FS-URL-shortener-tutorial

I am a full stack JavaScript developer, living in Melbourne, Australia. My preferred stack is Mongoose, TypeScript, Node.js, React & GraphQL.

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Tom Nagle

Tom Nagle

I am a full stack JavaScript developer, living in Melbourne, Australia. My preferred stack is Mongoose, TypeScript, Node.js, React & GraphQL.

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