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🔴 Let's build Netflix 2.0 with REACT.JS! (Stripe Checkout & Webhooks, Redux, Firestore, Google Auth)

Sonny Sangha2022-09-30
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The video tutorial covers building a Netflix clone using React.js, Firebase, and Stripe, detailing setting up the app, authentication, Redux state management, Stripe payment processing, Firebase hosting, and TMDB API movie data integration. It also includes creating home screen components, scrollable containers, movie posters, rows for different movie genres, authentication with Firebase, and profile screens. The tutorial emphasizes styling elements, setting up billing with Stripe, managing subscriptions, and implementing a checkout process. The video showcases the importance of clean design, efficient data retrieval, and seamless integration between Firebase and Stripe for a user-friendly UI/UX experience.

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Building a Netflix clone using React.js, Firebase, and Stripe.
01:25
The tutorial covers setting up the app, authentication, Redux state management, Stripe payment processing, Firebase hosting, and using the TMDB API for movie data.
Emphasizes creating a beautiful UI/UX, connecting Firebase and Stripe, and deploying the app.
Provides step-by-step instructions on setting up the project, integrating Firebase and Stripe, and deploying the app using Firebase hosting.
Creating a home screen component for a Netflix-like app.
21:55
The process involves importing CSS files, setting up a navbar component, adding a Netflix logo and avatar, styling with CSS, and implementing animations.
Instructions include positioning elements, adjusting sizes, and applying transitions for a polished look.
The tutorial emphasizes creating a visually appealing UI by customizing styles and ensuring elements are clickable and responsive.
The presenter encourages viewers to engage with the content and showcases the final result with a well-designed Netflix logo and navbar.
Creating a scrollable container with show and hide functionality.
24:42
Setting up a show and hide functionality using position and top values.
Using the useEffect hook and event listeners to trigger transitions when scrolling.
Creating a banner component with a background image and styling using CSS.
Emphasizing the importance of using inline styles and object-fit property for responsive design.
Adding styling to buttons and text in a web development project.
38:21
Adding classes and modifying button styles are important for customizing the appearance of buttons and text on a website.
Implementing a fade effect and adjusting button hover effects can enhance user interaction and visual appeal.
Creating a function to truncate long text helps improve readability and design layout.
Using CSS tricks such as linear gradients and transitions can further enhance the visual aesthetics of buttons and divs on a website.
Setting up requests to fetch movie data from the TMDB database using an API key.
51:40
The process involves creating a file to store the API key, initializing Axios for making requests, and setting up requests to retrieve movie information.
Creating a request file, importing Axios, making async calls, and generating random numbers to select movies are part of the step-by-step guide.
The use of the useEffect hook and useState for managing state is highlighted for fetching and displaying movie data.
Setting up a row component in a React application for displaying movie genres.
01:12:00
Fetching data using Axios and setting up state to store movie information.
Mapping through fetched data to render rows on the screen.
Passing props and creating titles for each row.
Utilizing useEffect for fetching movie data, emphasizing the use of asynchronous functions and axios.get requests.
Coding steps for rendering movie posters on a web page.
01:15:27
Importing "use effect" and mapping movies are key steps in the process.
Setting image sources and styling with CSS are essential for visually appealing posters.
Conditional rendering is used to prevent dead links on the webpage.
Additional techniques include adding class names, applying styles for large posters, implementing hover effects, hiding scroll bars with CSS, and ensuring images are only rendered under certain conditions.
Deploying an app using Firebase.
01:32:29
Steps include Firebase login, Firebase deploy, and setting up Firebase configurations.
Adding Firebase to the project using yarn and setting up routing using react-router-dom.
Testing the app by adding a test route and creating optimized production builds.
Emphasizing the importance of proper configuration and folder structure for successful deployment.
Setting up the rooting correctly for testing purposes.
01:39:15
Rendering the home screen and ensuring it renders only the exact home screen.
Organizing screens in a folder and importing them properly.
Creating a login screen with styling elements like a background image and a sign-in button.
Making style adjustments for the button and implementing a gradient effect for the background.
Styling a login screen in CSS.
01:51:30
The video covers setting background color, opacity, linear gradient, and positioning elements.
CSS properties like padding, margin, font size, color, and cursor are explained.
The useState hook is used to toggle between sign-in and sign-up views.
Conditional rendering is implemented based on the state of the login screen.
Coding a sign-up screen with CSS styling and functionality.
02:12:35
Demonstrating CSS styles for buttons, forms, and text alignment.
Setting up links and hover effects for interactive elements.
Mentioning the simplicity and power of authentication with Firebase.
Providing step-by-step instructions for creating a visually appealing and functional sign-up form.
Setting up authentication and registration functionality using Firebase in a web application.
02:14:50
The process includes initializing the Firebase app and setting up authentication methods.
Handling user sign-in and registration, checking user login status using useEffect in the app.js file.
The demonstration covers capturing user information, creating user accounts, handling errors, and ensuring user persistence.
Emphasis on using Firebase authentication and database services for user management and interaction within the application.
Setting up Firebase authentication in a React app using Redux.
02:26:39
Explanation on using the auth state change listener to manage user authentication and store user information locally.
Dispatching login and logout actions to update the global store with user data.
Importance of Redux selectors for accessing specific data from the store.
Showcase of Redux Dev Tools for monitoring state changes and dispatched actions in the application.
Demonstrates how to programmatically navigate between screens, fetch user information, and implement sign-out functionality using Firebase authentication.
02:42:17
Explains the use of selectors, history, and dispatch actions in managing state changes.
Addresses debugging issues related to dispatch dependencies.
Provides insights into styling and optimizing the user authentication flow.
Setting up profile screen CSS and configuring Firebase and Cloud Firestore.
02:50:30
Targeting profile info and body, styling image and text elements.
Creating a database, enabling authentication, and syncing users to the database.
Setting up billing with Stripe, configuring Stripe API key, and creating a Stripe account.
The segment highlights the use of Firebase extensions for app functionality enhancement and offers detailed step-by-step guidance on setup.
Importance and power of using Stripe for payment processing on websites.
03:02:21
Stripe allows businesses to charge cards, integrate Apple Pay, and streamline online payments.
Setting up a Stripe account, obtaining API keys, and utilizing test keys for fake card processing.
Configuring Stripe webhooks for events like product creation and checkout sessions.
Setting up Cloud Firestore security rules to control access to checkout sessions and subscriptions, involving copying rules, setting up webhooks, and updating extension functions with a signing secret.
Overview of Pricing Plans and Video Quality Options.
03:14:15
Basic plan offers 720p, standard plan offers 1080p, and premium plan offers 4K and HDR content.
Pricing: Basic plan at 5.99 GBP, standard plan at 8.99 GBP, and premium plan at 13.99 GBP per month.
Discussion on setting up customer portal settings, branding, and product descriptions for user experience enhancement.
Streamlining payment processes for customers.
Setting up products in a Firebase database.
03:33:17
Adding test products, synchronizing data, and creating plans with different pricing tiers.
Demonstrating fetching products, filtering active products, and populating product information.
Setting up pricing information for each product and storing it in the database.
Explaining the use of async functions and querying data from Firestore.
Implementation of load checkout functionality using Firestore and Stripe.
03:46:45
Setting up a Stripe checkout session for users to make purchases and redirecting them to the payment form.
Styling the checkout button and plan screen for visual clarity.
Highlighting the importance of document references and user authentication through Redux.
Emphasizing the integration between Firestore and Stripe for synchronization and data flow.
Setting up a Stripe checkout session with Firebase extension.
04:00:41
Demonstrates loading Stripe, passing secret keys, initializing checkout session, and processing payment.
Firebase extension updates Firestore database and redirects users post successful payments.
Testing with a test card number is shown, stressing the use of test keys for testing.
Seamless integration between Stripe, Firebase, and Firestore database for efficient payment processing.
Updating Firebase data related to subscriptions and products.
04:02:38
The process includes passing cancel URLs, success URLs, and prices to create checkout sessions.
The extension generates session IDs, creates tags, and redirects to payment screens.
Subscriptions are stored in Firestore with status, current period details, and product information.
The segment demonstrates adding metadata to products for efficient data retrieval and setting up a helper function to determine the current subscription package based on product names.
Implementation of checkout process in a React application.
04:19:22
Speaker demonstrates syncing subscriptions, rendering renewal dates, and converting timestamps to dates.
Deploying the application using Firebase and showcasing the final product.
Covers payment processing, integrating with Firebase, using Redux for state management.
Focus on building a user-friendly UI/UX experience for portfolios.