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Modern Full Stack ECommerce Application with Stripe


The Modern Full Stack ECommerce Application with Stripe & Sanity is a project-based coaching program that teaches developers how to build and deploy a fully responsive e-commerce website with advanced features. The program covers topics such as React best practices, state management using React Context API, Next.js best practices, and integrating Stripe for payments. It also highlights the use of Sanity, a content platform that allows easy management of the website's content.


  • Modern design and animations
  • Ability to add and edit products using a CMS
  • Advanced cart functionalities
  • Complete integration with Stripe for real payments
  • Advanced React best practices such as folder and file structure, hooks, and refs
  • Advanced state management using React Context API
  • Next.js best practices including file-based routing and data fetching for server-side rendering and static generation
  • Integration of Next.js as a backend endpoint
  • Ease of content management using Sanity


To install the Modern Full Stack ECommerce Application with Stripe & Sanity, follow these steps:

  1. Clone the project repository:
git clone [repository-url]
  1. Install dependencies:
npm install
  1. Set up the Stripe API keys:
// Create a .env file
touch .env
  1. Inside the .env file, add your Stripe API keys:
  1. Set up Sanity:
// Create a new Sanity project
sanity init
  1. Connect Sanity to the project:
// Add the Sanity project ID and dataset name to the .env file
  1. Start the development server:
npm run dev


The Modern Full Stack ECommerce Application with Stripe & Sanity is an educational program that guides developers in building and deploying a modern e-commerce website. It covers various aspects of development such as React best practices, state management, Next.js best practices, and integrating Stripe for payments. The use of Sanity allows easy content management and enhances the scalability and ease of development of the e-commerce web application.


Next.js is a React-based web framework that enables server-side rendering, static site generation, and other powerful features for building modern web applications.


React is a widely used JavaScript library for building user interfaces and single-page applications. It follows a component-based architecture and uses a virtual DOM to efficiently update and render UI components


Sanity is a fully customizable, API-first, and cloud-based headless content management system that enables developers to manage structured content across multiple channels and platforms.


Ecommerce websites sell products or services to customers through an online storefront. These websites typically include features such as product listings, shopping carts, payment processing, and order management tools.


ESLint is a linter for JavaScript that analyzes code to detect and report on potential problems and errors, as well as enforce consistent code style and best practices, helping developers to write cleaner, more maintainable code.