Attention: For Developers Hungry To Build eCommerce Web Apps

Finally learn to use the most powerful tools and frameworks in order to build incredible eCommerce apps

The blueprint for learning how to develop eCommerce Apps from scratch in 2 months or less (Even if you're not highly experienced with these frameworks)

Dear Web Developer,

If you want to learn the necessary skills needed to create incredible eCommerce apps from scratch...

And build the skills that will help you excel in your career...

Then you're seriously going to want to put down any distractions and continue reading...

Why is that you ask? Let me tell you...

Lets face it, things are tough out there, and it's hard to stand out...

If you're looking for that new secure job, there always seems to be a massive list of requirements for every position, and it leaves a pit in your stomach...

It always feels like you're not experienced enough...

It always feels like you're 10 steps behind the other developers out there and just trying to catch up...

It leaves you wondering if you really know enough...

Am I good enough and really have what it takes...

Am I even ready for something like this...

There must be so many developers out there better and more qualified than me...

I get it, every developer feels that same way, no matter how good you get, even me...

There's always a bit of self-doubt that plagues us as there always seems to be just an enormous mountain of knowledge to acquire...

Every time you learn something new it seems like you just barely hit the surface...

But here's the thing...

Nothing beats self-doubt more than taking action and building something great, something impressive...

And having an expert helping you along the way so you can acquire these skills as fast as possible and move to the next level in your career...

It's easy to have a basic little app on your portfolio, but will that really make you stand out from the rest?

Well if it's basic, if it's easy, if it's something someone else could easily do, then not really...

Every developer has some basic apps on their portfolio...

So then what can you do to stand out?

Well by having a kick-ass, feature rich eCommerce App on your portfolio, that's what!

And it doesn't matter whether you're a developer with a goal of getting a new developer job...

If you're a developer looking to move further in your career through having insanely valuable skills to offer...

If you're a freelancer who wants to sell eCommerce services and demand higher fees...

Or if you're looking to start your own business, whether through an app of your own, or through providing web development services...

Whatever the case, high-level web development skills means you have more value you can provide in the market...

And more value provided to the market means you earning far more, whether that's through a job, freelance, or through business...

Whatever the case, you need the skills and ability to put together something beyond just the basics...

And there is nothing more advanced in web development than building an eCommerce app from scratch...

Oh, also the good news is that it's actually not all that hard when you have an expert walking you through it that knows how to put this beast together...

Someone who is an Engineer and knows how to engineer an app like this in a clean way...

And that's my role in all this, I'm here to help teach you how to put together apps like this yourself...

That way you can have high-value skills and progress much further in your career...

Imagine having the ability to put together such a beast of an application, and using the most powerful and in demand tools and frameworks to put this beast together in a clean and simple way...

You'd literally unlock the ability to put together any kind of app that you want...

These powerful frameworks are Django and React, which when used in combination are insane...

You'll learn to use tools like Redux, Bootstrap, PostgreSQL, Braintree, Google OAuth2, Facebook OAuth2, Digitalocean, and much more...

Also did I mention these frameworks are popular and in demand, that means plenty of jobs out there for these skills...

Also they are powerful, meaning if you want to use them for freelance or for a business, well then you'll have the best tools at your disposal...

Also did I mention that if you develop a site that has eCommerce integrated, it can be worth thousands...even tens of thousands of dollars...

eCommerce is huge for a reason and it isn't slowing down any time soon...

If anything eCommerce is predicted to grow massively over the next years...

Pretty useful skill to learn then wouldn't you say...

And I know, your inner sceptic must be screaming inside "what the heck is this all about???"

I mean what developer wouldn't be sceptical...

I'm sure you've gone through courses before, and they didn't quite itch the scratch you hoped they would...

But don't you worry, because you will learn a plethora of skills that are very tough to learn anywhere else...

Oh and did I mention these things aren't so tough once you understand them...

Then you can use these skills to build cool stuff like this...

Use these skills to create real eCommerce apps like this

eCommerce App Showcase

Pretty neat eh?

This is pretty much the same site I teach you to build, only difference really is the styling is a little prettier here since I use Bootstrap in the masterclass itself...

But what's nice is that it's easy to replace Bootstrap styling with your own styling later, oh and using Bootstrap makes it much faster to learn what you're really here for...

How to build a freaking eCommerce App...

Oh ya, almost forgot...

If you don't like the course for whatever reason, there's a 30-day money back guarantee, no questions asked...

Yes that means if you go through the entire course and hate it, you can get your money back within the first 30 days...

So it's pretty much risk free for you...

And for me too since there's no way you won't love it!

Ok, so what do you get in this course then?

There's quite a bit here, so make sure to grab a coffee and get ready...

* sips coffee *

Now I seriously hope you got that coffee, cause there's quite a bit here to cover...

eCommerce Masterclass Product

Here's the breakdown:

Course Length: 36.5h

Prerequisites:

→ Basics of HTML, CSS, JavaScript

→ Basics of Python

→ Knowing some Bootstrap can help but not required

→ Some experience with Django and React

→ Knowing some Redux can help but not required

  • Section 1: Here you will see some overview stuff, environment setup, asking questions, ya you know the drill, this part is not the most fun but I keep it as quick and to the point as possible so we can get to the fun stuff...oh ya, and did I mention I answer your questions and make sure you don't get stuck at any point along the journey!
  • Section 2: Nothing crazy here, I show you the initial setup, getting a Django backend started, setting up a PostgreSQL database cause you need a good database to hold your important data, and you setup the React frontend and get Redux setup since global state is pretty necessary in an app like this. Oh and you will keep things nice and organized, nothing worse than a mess of files and getting lost with what the heck is going on in your app.
  • Section 3 & 4: In these two sections you dive into the first feature, which is authentication. Now this isn't some sad little authentication system that won't be useful in the real world. Here you build out a fully featured authentication system using the best mechanism for authentication (json web tokens), you add in account activation so no trolls sign up to your app, you have password reset cause you know how it is, people are forgetful sometimes, and you will add in social authentication using both Google and Facebook login cause people these days might be too lazy to sign up with a name and email.
  • Section 5 & 6: In these two sections you implement the next feature which is categories. In this app you'll have parent and child categories, and you'll use these categories to categorize the products later, and have a nice way of filtering and searching for products.
  • Section 7 & 8: In these two sections you implement the next feature which is for products. You will see how to get a list of products, how to get latest arrivals, best selling products, product details, how to search for products, how to get products related to one another so you can later add that inside of the product detail page and get those users to add more items to their cart, and you'll see how you can filter products which will be useful in your shop page so users can find what they're looking for more easily.
  • Section 9 & 10: In these two sections you implement the next feature which is for cart functionality. You will see how to implement this is an awesome way, since this cart will work whether a user is logged into your app or not. If they're not logged in you'll use localstorage to manage their cart items, and if they are logged in you'll instead use your database to manage their cart, that way those cart items will stay in that cart no matter what device a user uses to access your app. Also if a user is logged out, adds items into their cart, then logs in, you'll take those cart items in their localstorage and synch them up in the database so those items get hooked up to the users account. Then of course you'll see all the typical cart functionality stuff like getting cart items, adding cart items, getting the total cost of the cart, getting the total items in the cart, updating the quantity of an item in the cart, removing an item from the cart, and emptying the cart. You'll also see how to keep backend and frontend separate, cause you don't want to be doing important calculations on the frontend, so you'll see how to make sure to have your backend do the important app logic and your frontend be what gives your users a nice visual interface to shop around in your app.
  • Section 11: Then in this section you see how to implement the shipping feature. Didn't go crazy with this one with shipping APIs and what not as that would probably be a course on its own, but you do see how to make shipping options and have them present during the checkout process.
  • Section 12: When a user makes a purchase on your app, you gotta create an order, and that's what this section is all about. You see in this section how to implement this on your backend, this way you have the logic in place you need to create and get an order, that way in the following 2 sections you can finally do the really fun stuff...
  • Section 13 & 14: Then these next two sections are all about payments. Here you will finally see how to accept payments on your application, and again you'll see how you can really separate backend and frontend by having your frontend do absolutely no calculations what so ever. The user just sends the minimum info needed, and your backend crunches all the calculations and creates a payment and order. Here you will see how to implement the Braintree Payment Gateway in order to accomplish this, that way you can very easily implement both card and PayPal payments on your app.
  • Section 15: Then you reach implementing orders on the frontend, or in other words creating a nice dashboard for your users so that they can use it to see their previous orders. Also back in the last sectoin where you implement payments, the user would get an email about their order whenever they place an order, so after this section the user would then see their order in both their email as well as on your app in their user dashboard. After this section, if you choose you can be done with the course, and jump to the deployment section if you want to see how to deploy your app. I structured this course in a way where you do all the eCommerce essentials first, then the rest is all optional. That means everything after this section is optional eCommerce features that you can learn to implement if you choose.
  • Section 16: Here you get started with your first optional feature that you can learn, which is implementing coupons. You will see how to implement a fixed price coupon where when the user uses this, then you deduct a fixed amount from their total. Then you will also see how to implement a percentage coupon, where you deduct a percentage of the users total instead if they use this coupon. In this section you go through implementing both the backend and frontend for this.
  • Section 17 & 18: Then these next two optional sections will show you how to implement a user profile. In this case the users profile will be shipping information that they can save, this way it will speed up the checkout process quite a bit as the user won't have to fill in shipping information everytime they go to purchase something.
  • Section 19 & 20: Then these next two optional sections will show you how to implement a wish list. You'll first tackle the backend logic, then go into the frontend, add in some heart icons the user can click on, and have a wish list page they can navigate to in order to see their wish list items. Then when a user adds an item to their wish list that already exists in their cart, then you will remove that item from their cart when they add it into the wish list. Then if they add an item to their cart that exists in their wish list, then you'll remove that item from their wish list once they add it into their cart. This way the user will never have the same item in both their cart and wish list. Then you'll see how to do things like get the users wish list items, add items into the wish list, get the total amount of items in the wish list, and how to remove items from the wish list.
  • Section 21 & 22: Then finally you reach the final two optional features where you see how to implement product reviews. You'll first tackle implementing the backend logic for this with getting a list of reviews for a particular product, getting a review that the user left for the product (if they left one), creating a product review, updating a product review, deleting a product review, and also filtering the reviews on a product by either 1-star, 2-star, 3-star, 4-star, 5-star, or just all reviews. Then after this you dive into the frontend, and make your product detail pages look way better by having all this review logic in there along with some star components so this all looks super proper.
  • Section 23: Then you reach the final section, which is where we get to see how to deploy an app like this so anyone in the world can access and use it through a web browser. You'll tweak your app so it's ready to be deployed, then you'll get into configuring a digitalocean server to get your app up and running on the web. So you'll see how to setup a digitalocean droplet, make things secure, setup an Nginx server on there, setup a domain, setup an SSL cerficiate so you can use HTTPS, and make it so that your SSL certificates get renewed for you automatically.

There's the breakdown of the course sections...

And on top of all this there's also some more insane value you get...

The Django & React eCommerce Masterclass Private Facebook Group

This exclusive group is for members of the course where you can ask questions and get help from myself and other developers in the course...

This group is also where you can post the incredible results you get from all the skills you learned throughout the course...

So it's a great place to get help from others and myself, and also a positive environment where you and others can post the results you've achieved!

Django & React eCommerce Masterclass Private Facebook Group

Private Facebook Group

Phew, there you have it...

* wipes sweat *

That's what is included, you might even be thinking I'm crazy for getting all this packed into here...

Well what can I say, eCommerce Apps have a lot of features in 'em...

So you get all of this, the skills to build feature-rich eCommerce Apps that can be worth thousands or even tens of thousands of dollars, or a super impressive app on your portfolio to help showcase your new acquired skills...

These skills you wouldn't even learn at a Bootcamp that would cost you anywhere from $18,000 - $30,000...

You wouldn't even learn this in an Engineering Degree that would cost you at least $35,000, trust me I know that one from personal experience...

Now this course is worth well over $697, but unfortunately this month the course is closed for enrolment, but when the course re-opens you will be able to get it for as little as $147 which will get you lifetime access to the course...

So you pretty much get all this for the price of a couple fast food meals, well at least for now but won't be selling it for this price very long...

And in return you get skills that can benefit you tremendously the rest of your life...

Not a bad deal eh? Or maybe you really love your fast food that much, but you being a bright individual (you wouldn't be on this page if you weren't), I doubt that's that case...

Also, I can only handle so many students, so after I hit a certain amount I will need to close this program...

That way I can give students the attention that they deserve as they progress through this program, so get in before this opportunity becomes unavailable...

Now I hope you have some coffee left, cause there's still a little more exciting stuff left...

Bonus Sections Showcase

If what I included isn't enough for you, and you still want a little extra...

Well I also made 3 Bonus Sections you can add on to the course too, HOLY SMOKES!

Yep, that's right, so what do these include?

Well, here's the breakdown:

  • Bonus Section 1: Here you learn how to implement payments on your app using Stripe and its API. You also see how you can use Payment Intents with Stripe in order to keep your checkout process as custom as possible.
  • Bonus Section 2: Here you learn how to implement payments on your app using PayPal and its API. You learn all about creating and capturing orders in PayPal, and after this section you will know how to separately implement PayPal on your app for accepting payments.
  • Bonus Section 3: This section is all about analytics. Here you learn how to add Google Tag Manager to your app, and from there you hook up many incredible tools that are essential when it comes to eCommerce. You will hook up Google Analytics to get some general analytics data, you hook up a Facebook Pixel which you'll learn all about, and you'll see how to setup tons of eCommerce events for the Facebook Pixel in order to have powerful retargeting ads. You will then learn how to have Google crawl your application using Google Search Console. Finally you will learn about another very useful analytics tool called Hotjar which gives you heatmaps of what users are doing on your app as well as recordings of the activity on your app, pretty crazy stuff!

The secrets you find in these bonus sections alone are insane...

These bonus sections are easily worth over $247...

But instead you can get these bonus sections added to the course for as little as a one-time payment of $47 which gives you lifetime access to the bonus sections...

So there it is, everything that is included in this course...

Also did I mention, I do plan on adding a little more to this over time, and also making sure things stay up to date, since you know how it is with software, that stuff updates all the time...

Now when I add some of the things I plan to add, can't promise the price of this program will stay the same...

Also can't promise this program will be open forever, since there's only so many students I can handle and give my full attention to...

So make sure you get in before the price goes up, or even worse, when the course inevitably becomes closed for enrollment...