POS Tutorial

Create simple POS with React.js, Node.js, and MongoDB #11: CRUD with Relation

In this chapter, we are going to continue to implement CRUD operation for the Relation data and assign the POS machine to branch.

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Create simple POS with React.js, Node.js, and MongoDB #10: CRUD Supplier

In this chapter, we are going to continue to implement CRUD operation for the Supplier information of a grocery store.

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Create simple POS with React.js, Node.js, and MongoDB #9: CRUD Branch

In this chapter, we are going to continue to implement CRUD operation for the general information of a grocery store. This is going to include the manipulation of the POS machine, Branch, Supplier, Employee, and customer data.

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Create simple POS with React.js, Node.js, and MongoDB #8: CRUD POS Machine

In this tutorial, we move forward to CRUD operations for POS machine data. CRUD stands for Create, Read, Update, and Delete operations. Here, we are going to implement the CRUD operations for POS machine data.

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Create simple POS with React.js, Node.js, and MongoDB #7: Adding redux to other components

This tutorial part serves as a continuation of the previous tutorial. In this tutorial part, we are going to integrate the redux to Register and Forget password component.

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Create simple POS with React, Node and MongoDB #6: Redux Integration

In this chapter, we are going to continue to create our POS system by integrating Redux state management. Redux is a manageable and structured state container for JavaScript applications.

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Create simple POS with React, Node and MongoDB #5: Setup ReCaptcha and define CORS

In this chapter, we will continue from our previous chapters by discussing how to setup ReCaptcha and set up CORS. After publishing our backend and frontend, the first thing that should be considered

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Create Simple POS With React, Node and MongoDB #4: Optimize App and Setup Deployment Workflow

This is the list of the tasks we have to complete during this chapter: separate backend and frontend, add environment variables to the backend, add environment variables to frontend, separate to individual route, setup auto-deployment of backend and frontend through Github

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Create simple POS with React, Node and MongoDB #3: setup E-mail pipeline with add activate on SignUp

This is the third chapter of our series of developing a POS with React, Node, and MongoDB. In this chapter, we are going to set up an email service.

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