Wrap up and Next Steps1:17 with Guil Hernandez
Congrats, you’ve built a robust client authentication feature! This video provides suggestions on what to do next using your React application and Express REST API.
Nice work successfully implementing user authentication in React App 0:00 using basic authentication and React Router. 0:04 You can download and view the source code for 0:06 the completed app in the project files with this course. 0:08 Now that you've built a robust client authentication feature, here are a few 0:11 suggestions on what you can do next using your React App and Express REST API. 0:15 You can practice creating other private or 0:20 protected routes that require user authentication. 0:22 For example, a user profile, and settings route. 0:25 Expand the Express API by configuring new routes that renders specific content 0:28 to the user, like profile and settings information, or 0:32 customize the app in any way you'd like, make it your own. 0:36 You could connect to a third party external API, like Google Maps, or 0:39 a weather API. 0:43 Connect the app to a database, using the Sequelize ORM, for example. 0:45 That way, users can interact with the database by retrieving custom 0:49 content from a route, as well as add, update, and delete content. 0:52 Or consider updating the front end with your own custom styles and layout, 0:56 including making the app mobile friendly with added accessibility support. 1:00 And be sure to share what you create with the Treehouse community. 1:04 Remember, we're here to help, so 1:07 if you have questions about anything covered in this course, 1:09 feel free to reach out to other students in the community or the Treehouse staff. 1:12 Thanks everyone and happy coding. 1:15
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