A full stack application – Built for my Web Developer Bootcamp course.

Built on a MongoDB/Express/Node stack, utilizing RESTful architecture with the Bootstrap 4 CSS framework for styling.

The app performs CRUD operations for users, the campground and the comments. These pieces are referenced within the database through various associations. Actionable commands are displayed dynamically on the site (edit/delete) for campground and comments, depending on a user’s authorization/ownership. Flash messages handle error and success messages to provide the visitor with feedback.

MongoDB Atlas, a cloud-based NoSQL database is the data store in use. User authorization and authentication in place for various routes, utilizing Passport.js and related submodules. The app is deployed from a GitHub branch through a Heroku pipeline, the first time I’ve deployed a complex app to a live production environment. Much of the code has been modularized into separate pieces, including routes, middleware (session authentication), and database models.

See the application in action deployed on Heroku.
View the code for this project on my GitHub.

Current version of V0.12 has all the basic features. Future versions will extend functionality.

Responsive design, using the Bootstrap 4 framework

Campground index page

Campground details

Full campground details

Editing and authorization specific buttons

Editing a campground Login flash warning

Node.js, Express, MongoDB Atlas, Bootstrap 4, ejs, Passport
NPM modules: express, ejs, body-parser, mongoose, method-override, express-sanitizer, express-session, passport, passport-local, passport-local-mongoose, connect-flash