Node.js course with building a fintech banking app – Lesson 3: User registration PART 2

In the previous week, I’ve published the second lesson of the Node.js Course, where we created registration and saved new users in our database. If you would like to be updated, feel free to go back to the lesson one and follow up or get the first lesson code from our Github. Today I’m going to refactor the code we’ve created for user registration to create a response which our API will send as a result.

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Angular Course with building a banking application with Tailwind CSS – Lesson 4: User registration

For almost three weeks, we are creating an Angular 9 fintech application together, step by step. We’ve already gone through the setting the project and creating a login form template, then we’ve created the logic for our login form, and last week we displayed user data in the template. Today, it’s time for lesson 4, where we will handle user registration. If you didn’t start with me, feel free to go through all the lessons until now.

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Golang course with building a fintech banking app – Lesson 4: User authentication and Bank transactions PART 1

Intro to Golang user authentication In Lesson 4 of the Golang course, we will talk about user authentication and banking transactions. In the previous episodes of the course, we learned how to do migrations: Golang course with building a fintech banking app – Lesson 1: Start the project We learned how to do user login: Golang course with building a fintech banking app – Lesson 2: Login and REST API And, we learned how to do user registration: Golang course with building a fintech banking app – Lesson 3: User registration As well you need to remember about Angular 9 course created by my friend Anna: Angular Course with building a banking application with Tailwind CSS – Lesson 1: Start the project Today, we can focus on something crazy interesting, that is one of the main functionality in our project.

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Node.js course with building a fintech banking app – Lesson 2: User registration PART 1

Intro to Node.js Course – Lesson 2: User registration In the second lesson of the Node.js Course, we are going to create a user registration. In the previous week, I’ve published the first lesson of the Node.js Course, where we started a project using Nest.js, Nest CLI, PostgreSQL database, and Sequelize. Besides that, we managed to create migrations and set up the database. So, if you would like to be updated, feel free to go back to lesson one and follow up or get the first lesson code from our Github.

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Python course with building a fintech investment AI – Lesson 2: Pandas and getting financial data

Intro Welcome to the second lesson of the awesome Python course for AI! In the last lesson, we built the first database migrations and made the project setup. Here is the URL: Python course with building a fintech investment AI – Lesson 1: Start the project Today, we will build super exciting stuff and will focus on the financial database that we will use to train our AI later.

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Golang course with building a fintech banking app – Lesson 3: User registration

Intro In the third lesson of the Golang course, I will show you how to build user registration in Golang. In the previous lesson of the Golang course, we learned how to create REST API in Golang and how to create a user login. URL here: Golang course with building a fintech banking app – Lesson 2: Login and REST API And in the Angular course, my friend Anna showed you how to build login in angular 9.

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Angular Course with building a banking application with Tailwind CSS – Lesson 3: User account balance

The previous week we’ve published the second lesson of our Angular Course with Tailwind CSS, where we are building a banking app step by step. In the first lesson, we’ve created a project using Angular CLI, installed Tailwind CSS, and started building the first component UI, the login form. If you didn’t start with us in lesson one, feel free to go back and start from scratch or just get the code from our Github.

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Angular Course with building a banking application with Tailwind CSS – Lesson 2: Login form

Into to Angular Course A few days ago, we published the first lesson of the Angular Course, where we are building frontend for the banking application you could see in the SQL injection tutorial. In the first lesson we started with setting up the project using Angular CLI, implementing TailwindCSS, and creating a UI for the login form. Today I’d like to go one step further and create logic for the component we’ve created.

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Golang course with building a fintech banking app – Lesson 2: Login and REST API

It’s the second lesson of the golang course. Intro to the Golang course Lesson 2 In the last episode of the Golang course, we did a project setup and the first database migration. Here is the URL: Golang course with building a fintech banking app – Lesson 1: Start the project In the last episode of the “Learn Angular 9 with Tailwind CSS by building a fintech banking app”, my friend Anna created the project setup and the first Login UI.

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Angular Course with building a banking application with Tailwind CSS – Lesson 1: Start the project

Into to Angular Course A few days ago we posted an SQL injection tutorial where you were able to hack the banking app which we’ve created. We decided to create a full Angular course with Angular 9, where we’d like to teach you how to create front-end for the fin-tech application like the one in SQL injection example. We are going to start by creating a new project with Angular CLI, installing Tailwind CSS for the UI, setting a proxy, and building Login component UI.

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