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I want to thinker a bit with web development in my free time and I have some questions.
First, let me present you my background. I have a bachelor’s degree in IT and I worked on some web project during my studies. We mainly used NodeJS and returned HTML from it, we didn’t use a front-end framework at the time. Besides I worked on the backend of those apps and never had to do deployment or more « technical » stuff.
Then come my work, I worked as a software developer in a company that used React and Firebase and in another that used Django and VueJS. In neither of those companies, I had the responsibility to make more technical stuff since I was an intern.
That’s why I want to spend sometimes learning new stuff. I wanted to ask you some questions before heading straight to work and feeling overwhelm by the amount of work.
Here is my plan: I want to build a simple application that displays parties organized by an association. The app will have an admin interface to create new events and manage artists. This is the website I’m copying: https://www.bearlinstation.com (I was in the association as a committee member)
Here is the stack I was evaluating:
VueJS as frontend framework
Tailwind CSS for some styling wanted to test this since some time
NodeJS API that communicate with the database
MariaDB for database
Since I want to learn docker, I was thinking of wrapping everything in a docker-compose. I don’t have a testing strategy yet but I was thinking that I have enough to learn for now. Testing will come in a second phase if everything goes as planned.
Do you have some recommendation for an admin interface or it’s best to build it by hand? I found the admin made by Django Awesome and I was wondering if something similar existed for Node apps. I found Admin Bros but I’m not sure how efficient it is.
I don’t have an ORM and I think that this might be useful too. Do you recommend a given ORM? Is there an ORM that does a similar job as Django, where tables are created automatically?
Do you have any recommendation regarding my plan?
I know that the setup might seem a bit overkill for the needs I have, the goal is to learn stuff and it’s easier to do so if the project is rather simple. Besides I don’t have a plan for SSR for now, it will come later if the project is more advanced.
Thanks for you help!
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