[#Script #Coding] 3 Ways to Code a BuzzFeed Clone (JavaScript + TypeScript + JSONServer + Database + API + Node.js)

3 Ways to Code a BuzzFeed Clone (JavaScript + TypeScript + JSONServer + Database + API + Node.js)

By freeCodeCamp.org
Published: Feb 08, 2023

freeCodeCamp.org Learn how to build a Buzzfeed Clone in JavaScript, followed by a version in React using JSON server for mimicking an API, and then build a TypeScript Buzzfeed Clone with a mini backend using Node.js to communicate with a Database.

Final code:

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