How to build a Node.js eCommerce website for free

Adrian Mejia on May 13, 2019

Running an online store that sells digital goods is easier than ever. Thanks to generous free plans for developers, you don’t have to spend a dime ... [Read Full]
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Hats off Adrian for your work, loved the concept. The illustration is so helpful to understand complete flow of your project. Definitely a great learning source for devs like me to understand how different process are gelled with each other.

 

Thanks a lot! The illustration took me longer than writing the rest of the post πŸ˜… but I think it was worth it

 

Very informative! Thanks for the article <3

 

The way you explained each stack is very neat. Great article

 

A handy amount of stuff can be learnt from this project. Like MailGun, CircleCI, Amazon S3 and webhooks. Great post!

 

Yes, they can be learn as you go. I played a little bit with each piece individually and when I understood then I put it work together.

 

Adrian thank you for this wonderful learning resource. But I wonder where did you get your $1/month domain? Thanks.

 

I'm currently using Google domains. I was using GoDaddy before they started cheaper around $12/year and the following years went to $18. I didn't like that increase so I moved to Google domains that is $12 flat every year (or $1 month).

 

Thank you for the reply Adrian. I checked on Google before and they were a little bit expensive and never checked there again. I normally checked on GoDaddy although normally they are pricey as well. But anyway, thank you for your helpful reply.

 

Very interesting! Thanks for sharing it with us!

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