In this tutorial, we will be building a URL shortener web app using Nuxt.js, Supabase and Tailwind CSS. We will set up the development environment, integrate Supabase for database and user authentication, implement core functionality and learn how to use Nuxt's features to create a fast, efficient and scalable web app. By the end of this tutorial, you will have a solid understanding of how to use Nuxt, Supabase, and Tailwind CSS to build professional and functional web apps.
What you will learn
In this 5-hour tutorial, we will be building a URL shortener web application using the powerful Nuxt.js framework, the real-time database and authentication platform Supabase, and the sleek and modern Tailwind CSS. We will begin by setting up the development environment and creating a new Nuxt project. From there, we will integrate Supabase to handle our database needs and handle user authentication. We will then implement the core functionality of our application, allowing users to shorten and share links.
As we progress, we will learn how to use Nuxt's powerful features such as async data, middleware, and server-side rendering to create a fast and efficient web application. We will also explore Tailwind CSS and learn how to use its pre-defined classes to quickly create a beautiful and responsive layout.
Throughout the tutorial, we will be building a scalable and robust web application that can handle high traffic and multiple users. We will also cover best practices for security and deployment, so you can confidently launch your own URL shortener.
By the end of this tutorial, you will have a solid understanding of how to use Nuxt.js, Supabase, and Tailwind CSS to create a professional and functional web application. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced developer, this tutorial is designed to help you take your skills to the next level. So join us, and let's build a URL shortener together!