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Remix Bootcamp: Zero to Mastery

Learn Remix by building your own full-stack project. Taught by an industry professional, this course covers everything from beginner to advanced topics. If you're a Developer who is serious about taking your coding skills and career to the next level by building better websites, then this is the course for you.

30 Days

Average time students take to complete this course.

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Taught by: Zach Taylor
Last updated: April 2024

Course overview

We guarantee you that this is the most efficient and up-to-date Remix course that you can find. Zach will help you go from an absolute beginner to learning Remix Run, building better websites, and getting hired as a Web Developer.

What you'll learn

  • Build better websites by using Remix to provide your users with the ideal user experience
  • Learn why Remix has rapidly grown in popularity thanks to its ease-of-use and top-tier development experience
  • Develop snappy page loads and instant transitions by leveraging distributed systems and native browser features instead of clunky static builds
  • Create an extensive, full-stack web application that provides users with an all-in-one cooking experience including recipes, meal plans, and shopping lists
  • Accelerate your Web Development career by taking your JavaScript and React skills to the next level
  • Learn the entire Remix development process from an empty file to deployment

What Is Remix?

Remix (also known as "Remix.js" or "Remix Run") is a full-stack JavaScript web framework based on React, similar to Next.js...but better! Remix lets you focus on the user interface and work back through web standards to deliver a fast, slick, and resilient user experience. When you use Remix, users are going to love your websites.

Why Learn Remix?

Remix helps you build modern web apps without leaving behind web fundamentals. Because of this, Remix code is incredibly intuitive and simple. And as you get better at Remix, you get better at understanding the web platform in general.

It's a relatively new framework, but also increasingly popular and rapidly evolving...that means you'll want to be learning the latest information. Lucky for you, this Remix course covers all the Remix best practices and trends for 2024 and is focused on efficiency.

That means you'll never have to spend time on confusing, out-of-date, incomplete tutorials anymore.

This course will quickly get you up to speed on Remix and push you beyond the basics so that you can build better websites by using Remix, which allows for a seamless server and browser runtime that provides snappy page loads and instant transitions.

The success stories speak for themselves.

Graduates of Zero To Mastery are now working at Google, Tesla, Amazon, Apple, IBM, Uber, Facebook, Shopify + other top tech companies. They are also working as top freelancers getting paid while working remotely around the world. This can be you.

By enrolling today, you’ll also get to join our exclusive live online community classroom to learn alongside thousands of students, alumni, mentors, TAs and Instructors.

Most importantly, you will learn from Zach Taylor, a senior industry professional that has actual real-world experience working with Remix.js and web development.

What This Remix Course Covers:

This course, like all Zero To Mastery courses, is a living thing that will be constantly updated. That means it will be your go-to place to find the latest Remix best practices and resources throughout your career!

This course covers pretty much everything about Remix, including: nested routing, styling, error handling, interacting with a database, file uploads, caching, building app-like UI, testing, deployment. Pretty awesome right?

If you want more information, here's a more detailed overview of what you'll be learning in this course:

1. Remix Overview: We're going to take baby steps first...you've got to learn to walk before you can run! You'll get familiar with some of Remix’s main config files and we introduce the concept of nested routing in Remix.

2. Basic Routing and Styling: You'll learn the basics of Remix’s route API, including the role of the root route, how to name your route files, and the “links” route export. We also talk about CSS in Remix and set up Tailwind.

3. Basic Data in Remix: In this section you'll be introduced to “loaders” which allow you to load data into your user interface. We also do some basic pending UI to show users when data is loading, and we set up Prisma and Postgres.

4. The Pantry Page: We don't like to waste your time, so that means it's already time for you to dive in and get your hands dirty! This section marks the start of building out the Master Project, a.k.a. the Remix Recipes app, starting with building the pantry page. You’ll learn how to build a search bar, how to update data in the database with forms, how to validate forms with Zod, and you’ll get a first look at building an Optimistic UI.

5. Authentication Prerequisites: Here you'll establish a foundation of knowledge for authentication, which we’ll tackle in-depth in the next section. Lessons in this section cover topics such as user relationships in the database, cookies, cryptographic signatures, and sessions.

6. Magic Link Authentication: You'll implement a magic link authentication system for your Remix Recipes app. Magic link authentication systems do not require the use of passwords...they're just magic! Okay, not actually. Rather than a password the user simply receives via email a link with an encrypted payload which, when clicked, logs the user in. This type of system is more complicated than a simple password-based authentication system, but it provides a better user experience and gives us a chance to learn more skills in Remix, such as sending emails on the server with React.

7. Authorization: Authentication is the process of verifying that a user is who they say they are. Authorization, on the other hand, is the process of determining what the user is allowed to do in the system once we have verified their identity. In this section, you'll add authorization rules to the pages we’ve already built out.

8. User Interface (The Recipe Page): The UI is one of the most important aspects of any application, so get ready to learn how to build an awesome UI with Remix! You'll learn about the UI by building out the recipes page in your Remix Recipes app, as that's the most involved page of the app from a UI perspective. You'll learn how to use several new Remix APIs and how to implement some slick Optimistic UI to hide the network speed from your users. This enhances the user’s experience because the app will feel snappy, even for users who are on a slower network.

9. File Uploads: Time to learn how to do file uploads in Remix. This will include learning about the multipart encoding type for HTML forms, which allows us to send binary data, such as files, to the server. You'll also learn about Remix’s file upload handler API.

10. Remix Modals: You'll learn the various ways to build a modal in Remix and put one into practice for our app by building the grocery list. You'll also learn how to deal with multiple search parameters and learn to write some (slightly) more complicated backend logic.

11. The Settings Page: In this section you'll learn about resource routes in Remix and even create a resource route that serves custom CSS to the user, allowing them to customize the site’s theme. How cool is that?!

12. Caching (The Discover Page): The main focus of this section is caching. You'll learn about the difference between private and server caches and how to use the HTTP cache-control header to cache resources in the user’s browser, thereby improving the speed of the app.

13. Testing: Here's a hard truth that you don't want to hear...testing is important! So we're dedicating an entire section to it. You'll learn to write end-to-end tests for our Remix Recipes app using a tool called Playwright. Playwright runs the app in a headless browser so that we can interact as a user would, giving us high confidence that the app is working as expected. In this section you'll even learn how to create dynamic routes in Remix.

14. Deployment: Ready, set...it's time to share your wonderful work with the world! You'll deploy your fancy, full-stack web application using Fly, which makes it really easy to deploy a Remix app with a postgress database. And just because we like to take you from zero to mastery, you'll also learn about prisma migrations in this section.

What's the bottom line?

This Remix run course is not about making you just code along without understanding the principles so that when you're done with the course you don’t even know what to do other than watch another tutorial. No!

This course will push you and challenge you to go from an absolute beginner to someone that is in the top 10% of Remix Developers 💪.

And you have nothing to lose. You can start learning right now and if this course isn't everything you expected, we'll refund you 100% within 30 days. No hassles and no questions asked.

When's the best time to get started? Today!

There's never a bad time to learn in-demand skills. But the sooner, the better. So start learning Remix Run today by joining the ZTM Academy. You'll have a clear roadmap to developing the skills to build your own projects, get hired, and advance your career.

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What you'll build

The best way you learn is by doing. Not just watching endless tutorials. That's why a key part of this course is the extensive, full-stack, real-world project that you'll get to build. Plus it'll look great on your portfolio.

Remix Recipes App

Remix Recipes App

A full-stack web application that provides users with an all-in-one chef experience where users can add recipes, create a meal plan, and generate a shopping list for your meals. If you're a foodie you'll especially love this project!

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Course curriculum

To make sure this course is a good fit for you, you can start learning Remix Run for free right now by clicking any of the PREVIEW links below.

Introduction

10 lectures

Course Outline5:40

PREVIEW

What is Remix?2:20

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Why Remix?6:36

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Intro to the Master Project3:51

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The Recipe Page & Optimistic UI7:23

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Finishing the Tour of the Master Project5:38

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Exercise: Meet Your Classmates and Instructor

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Understanding Your Video Player (notes, video speed, subtitles + more)

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Course Resources

PREVIEW

Set Your Learning Streak Goal

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Remix Overview

9 lectures

Installing NodeJS2:02

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Creating a Remix Project1:32

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The Remix Config File4:44

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Upgrading Remix and Future Flags3:32

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Owning Your Entry Points2:12

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What are Routes?2:48

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Exercise: Identifying Server and Client Components in Remix Routes

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Solution

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Let's Have Some Fun (+ More Resources)

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Basic Routes and Styling

16 lectures

An Explanation of New Imports

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Nested Routing9:03

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Exercise: Nested Routing in Remix

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The Root Route3:13

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Remix's Special Components5:03

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The Link API3:05

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Adding Style with Links7:16

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Exercise: Utilizing the links Route Export in Remix

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Solution

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Techniques for Component-Level CSS15:41

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Setting up Tailwind4:26

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Using Tailwind - Part 14:08

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Using Tailwind - Part 27:10

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Using Tailwind - Part 35:10

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Unlimited Updates

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Introduction to Data Loading in Remix

14 lectures

What are Loaders?9:34

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Exercise: Remix Loaders

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Solution

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Pending UI9:06

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Exercise: Implementing Pending UI on Links in Remix

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Solution

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Why Load Before Route Transitions9:43

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Sharing Data Between Routes12:02

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Errors and Error Boundaries6:23

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Exercise: Handling Errors with Error Boundaries in Remix

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Solution

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Installing Postgres with Docker15:09

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Setting Up Prisma with Postgres7:15

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Implement a New Life System

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Master Project: Remix Recipes App (The Pantry Page)

37 lectures

Overview2:25

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Setting Up the Pantry Route11:03

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Redirects in Remix7:04

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Exercise: Experimenting with HTTP Status Codes

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Solution

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Setting Up the Pantry Database Tables13:12

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Seeding the Database9:13

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Database UI Tools9:36

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Loading Data into the Pantry UI5:12

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Creating a Model Abstraction10:37

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Building a Basic Shelf UI10:53

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Intro to HTML Forms21:34

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Exercise: Exploring Similarities Between HTML Forms and Anchor Tags in Remix

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Solution

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Enhancing the Search Bar with JavaScript8:16

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Exercise: The FormData Object

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Creating Shelves14:11

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Enhancing the Create Shelf Button8:09

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Deleting Shelves18:45

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Handling Multiple Deletes6:57

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Introducing useFetcher7:30

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More Cases for useFetcher2:05

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Server State in Remix4:27

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Exercise: Understanding Concurrency in Remix

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Solution

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Editing Shelf Names12:27

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Validating Forms with Zod18:44

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Intro to Optimistic UI9:19

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Optimistically Deleting Shelves12:56

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Creating Shelf Items7:21

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Deleting Shelf Items11:56

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Optimistically Creating Shelf Items21:45

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Suppressing the Layout Effect Warning4:23

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Optimistically Deleting Shelf Items8:17

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Additional Enhancements14:16

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Course Check-In

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Authentication Prerequisites

16 lectures

Overview1:32

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The User Model7:40

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The Login Route10:10

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Intro to Cookies2:24

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Setting Our First Cookie3:41

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Cookie Attributes7:27

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A Simple Auth Flow6:20

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Remix's Cookie Helper5:04

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Exercise: Cookies

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Solution

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Cryptographic Signatures4:09

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Signing Cookies1:45

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Signing Cookies in Remix4:27

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Sessions3:42

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Session Storage4:02

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Session Storage in Remix7:10

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Magic Link Authentication

17 lectures

Overview2:45

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What is Authentication2:02

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Overview of Magic Link Authentication2:51

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Magic Link Structure1:51

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Generating Magic Links7:46

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Updating the Login Route3:57

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Validation Route Overview1:49

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Parsing the Magic Link Payload8:36

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Validating the Expiration Time3:09

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Validating the Nonce6:04

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Finishing the Login2:42

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The Sign Up Form8:12

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The Sign Up Form Action9:37

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Signing Up for Mailgun3:48

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Setting Up the Mailgun Client6:16

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Sending the Magic Link Email6:08

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Showing the Check Email Message2:19

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Authorization

14 lectures

Overview2:52

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Authorization Rules for the Login Page2:26

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Login Authorization Rule #16:19

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Login Authorization Rule #21:06

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Authorization Rules for the Pantry Page5:54

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Pantry Authorization Rule #12:42

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Pantry Authorization Rule #21:40

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Pantry Authorization Rules #3-42:15

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Pantry Authorization Rules #5-63:43

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Pantry Authorization Rule #72:22

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UI Updates Roadmap2:15

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Adding an Error Boundary7:30

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Hiding the App Nav Button3:03

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Creating a Logout Route5:28

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User Interface (The Recipe Page)

59 lectures

Overview4:05

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Revisiting the Remix Philosophy3:28

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Setting Up the Recipes Route4:34

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Setting Up the Recipe Database Tables3:55

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Updating the Seed Script4:23

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Recipe Page Components1:44

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The Recipes Loader5:59

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Rendering the Recipe List4:19

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Creating a Search Bar Component7:46

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Supporting Search in the Loader2:09

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The Create Recipe Form4:51

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Setting Up the Recipe Detail Route4:44

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Exercise: Exploring Dynamic Route Segments in Remix

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Solution

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Sorting the Recipes List1:35

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Preserving the Search Parameters6:17

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Recipe Link Pending UI5:41

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Exercise: Writing your own Hook to Delay the Pending UI

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Using Link Prefetch8:19

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Recipe Detail Route Overview1:39

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Overview of Step 1 - Creating an Input Component6:40

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Displaying the Name and Total Time10:13

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Rendering the Ingredients7:24

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Rendering the Instructions6:30

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Overview of Step 2 - Updating Recipes1:03

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Saving the Recipe Name, Total Time, and Instructions8:32

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FormData's getAll Function4:01

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Updating the validateForm Function8:28

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Updating the Ingredients8:05

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Creating New Ingredients7:28

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Addressing and Issue4:08

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Adding Error Messages to the UI7:39

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Exercise: Imposter Syndrome2:55

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Overview of Step 3 - Deleting Recipes and Ingredients0:32

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Deleting a Recipe2:27

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Deleting Ingredients3:38

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Authorization Rules for the Recipe Detail Route1:50

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Recipe Detail Authorization Rule #12:55

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Recipe Detail Authorization Rules #2-52:07

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Enhancement Overview2:34

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Overview of Step 1 - Saving Inputs on Change1:19

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Saving Recipe Inputs on Change8:22

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Creating an Ingredient Row Component5:52

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Saving Ingredient Inputs on Change4:03

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Persisting the Recipe Fetcher Data6:50

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Persisting the Ingredient Fetcher Data5:06

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Debouncing Form Inputs2:06

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Creating a Hook for Debouncing7:03

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Debouncing the Form Inputs3:31

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Overview of Step 2 - The Case for Optimistic UI in the Side Bar2:01

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Updating the Side Bar with useFetchers5:46

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Overview of Step 33:39

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Wiring up a Fetcher to Create New Ingredients9:27

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Creating a Hook for Optimistically Rendering Ingredients5:17

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Optimistically Rendering New Ingredients4:58

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Updating the Default Enter Key Behavior4:14

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Creating Mew Ingredients with the Enter Key1:54

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Focusing the Amount Input on Create4:47

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Optimistically Deleting Ingredients3:43

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File Uploads

11 lectures

Overview1:22

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Creating a File Input3:26

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The Urlencoded Content Type5:35

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The Multipart Content Type5:29

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Parsing Multipart Forms1:26

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Overview of Parsing Multipart Forms in Remix5:16

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Remix's Built-In Upload Handlers3:47

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Storing Images in the Public Directory3:15

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Writing the Image URL to the Database3:09

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Exercise: Implementing Custom File Upload Handler in Remix with Cloudinary Simulation

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Solution

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Remix Modals (The Grocery List)

25 lectures

Overview3:29

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Updating the DB to Track Meal Plans2:18

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Modals in Remix4:29

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Setting up the Modal Route4:59

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Creating some Components for the Modal5:25

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Meal Plan Modal UI5:43

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Passing Context to the Outlet4:46

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Creating the Modal Action5:22

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The Update Meal Plan Action Case6:18

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Indicating which Recipes are in the Meal Plan3:31

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The Meal Plan Filter Button7:00

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The Meal Plan Filter Backend2:26

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Preserving the Search State when Filtering5:17

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Preserving the Filter State when Searching3:48

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Overview of Next Steps and Setting up the Grocery List Route2:21

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Defining the Grocery List Item Type4:16

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Building the Grocery List Item Component6:16

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Getting Started on the Grocery List Loader6:16

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Formatting the Missing Ingredients3:35

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Grouping Grocery List Items by the Ingredient Name6:05

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Rendering the Grocery List2:35

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Creating the Grocery List Route Action4:28

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Adding Grocery Items to the Pantry6:20

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The Grocery List Empty State3:17

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Clearing the Meal Plan6:13

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Resource Routes in Remix (The Settings Page)

16 lectures

Overview1:28

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The PageLayout Component4:05

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Setting up the Settings Route2:30

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Intro to Resource Routes2:38

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MIME Types5:45

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Exercise: MIME Types

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Solution

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Overview of Customizing the Theme2:33

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Renaming the Resource Route1:45

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Controlling the Tailwind Theme with the Theme Resource Route5:01

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Building the Form to Change the Site Theme3:49

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Creating the Theme Cookie2:08

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The App Settings Route Action4:04

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The App Settings Route Loader2:50

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Fixing the Off-By-One Issue5:19

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Returning Dynamic CSS Based on the Theme Cookie3:31

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Caching (The Discover Page)

19 lectures

Overview0:52

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Redirecting the Home Page1:17

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The Discover Page UI4:37

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Discover Detail Page Setup2:44

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Discover Detail Page UI3:06

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Intro to Caching1:47

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Private vs Server Caches3:09

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Preview of Using the Browser Cache3:41

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Caching Vocabulary2:35

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The Default Browser Strategy3:31

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The No-Store Strategy1:23

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The Fixed-Time Strategy1:21

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The Cache-Busting Strategy4:09

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The Revalidate-Once-Stale Strategy1:44

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Etags4:03

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Responding to the If-None-Match Header3:12

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The Stale-While-Revalidate Strategy4:21

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Caching Full HTML Pages2:28

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Responding to If-None-Match on HTML Requests5:39

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Testing

12 lectures

Introduction to Testing1:00

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Setting Up Playwright1:59

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Writing our First Test6:51

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Creating Dynamic Routes7:00

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Implementing the Test Login Route4:53

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Testing a Typical Pantry Page Flow7:17

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Finishing up the Pantry Test4:04

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The Playwright UI2:22

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Creating a Delete User Test Endpoint4:23

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Deleting Test Users1:41

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Exercise: End-to-End Testing with Playwright

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Solution

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Deployment

7 lectures

Deployment Overview0:44

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The Fly CLI2:47

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Prisma MIgrations3:27

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Creating the Database Server3:14

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Creating the App Server1:38

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Setting Environment Variables3:26

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Deploying the App1:09

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Appendix: Upgrading Remix

1 lectures

An Example of Upgrading Remix13:51

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Where To Go From Here?

6 lectures

Thank You!1:17

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Review This Course!

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Become An Alumni

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Learning Guideline

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ZTM Events Every Month

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LinkedIn Endorsements

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Meet your instructor

Your Remix instructor (Zach) isn't just an expert with years of real-world professional experience. He has been in your shoes. He makes learning fun. He makes complex topics feel simple. He will motivate you. He will push you. And he will go above and beyond to help you succeed.

Zach Taylor

Hi, I'm Zach Taylor!

Zach Taylor is a Software Developer, skier, and student of Stoic philosophy. What a combo! Most importantly, Zach loves teaching and working with people who really care about the subject as well...so get excited!

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Zach Taylor

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Frequently asked questions

Are there any prerequisites for this course?

  • A computer (Windows, Mac, or Linux) with an internet connection.
  • Basic knowledge of JavaScript and React is recommended. Don't have that? Take our Complete Web Developer course, included with a ZTM membership!

Who is this Remix course for?

  • JavaScript Developers and React Developers who want to take their skills to the next level by building better websites
  • Anyone who wants to gain a complete and practical understanding of the Remix full-stack JavaScript web framework
  • JavaScript and React Developers who find Next.js, a competing React framework, doesn't allow them to develop websites intuitively and with the features they want.
  • Students who are frustrated with their current progress with all of the beginner Remix tutorials out there that don't go beyond the basics and don't give you real-world practice or skills you need to actually get hired
  • You want to learn Remix.run from someone with real-world experience

Do you provide a certificate of completion?

We definitely do and they are quite nice. You will also be able to add Zero To Mastery Academy to the education section of your LinkedIn profile as well.

Can I use the course projects in my portfolio?

Yes, you’d be crazy not to in our slightly biased opinion! All projects are downloadable and ready to use the minute you join.

Many of our students tell us the projects they built while following along with our courses were what got them interviews and because they built the projects themselves, they could confidently explain and walk through their work during the interview.

You know what that means? Job offer!

Are there subtitles?

Yes! We have high quality subtitles in 11 different languages: English, Spanish, French, German, Dutch, Romanian, Arabic, Hindi, Portuguese, Indonesian, and Japanese.

You can even adjust the text size, color, background and more so that the subtitles are perfect just for you!

Still have more questions about the Academy?

Still have more questions specific to the Academy membership? No problem, we answer some more here.

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