This article is a summary of a YouTube video "🔴 Let's build Twitter 2.0 with REACT.JS! (Next.js, Sanity CMS, Typescript, SSR, Tailwind & NextAuth)" by Sonny Sangha

Building Twitter 2.0 with Next.js, React, Tailwind, and Twitter Authentication

TLDRIn this video, we will be building Twitter 2.0 using Next.js, React, Tailwind, and Twitter authentication. The project includes features like responsive design, Twitter authentication, tweeting, commenting, and content moderation using Sanity. We will also learn how to use mutations and the Twitter API, and deploy the project to Vercel.

Key insights

🔥Build Twitter 2.0 with Next.js, React, Tailwind, and Twitter authentication.

🌐Create a responsive website with full mobile and desktop capabilities.

🔑Implement Twitter authentication for sign-in functionality.

💬Enable tweeting and commenting functionality using Sanity's mutations.

🚫Learn content moderation and blocking functionality with Sanity.

Q&A

What technologies will be used in this build?

We will be using Next.js, React, Tailwind, and Sanity for this project.

What features will the Twitter 2.0 build include?

The build will include responsive design, Twitter authentication, tweeting, commenting, and content moderation using Sanity.

Will we learn how to use mutations and the Twitter API?

Yes, we will learn how to use mutations with Sanity and connect to the Twitter API for authentication.

Can I deploy the project to Vercel?

Yes, we will cover how to deploy the project to Vercel.

Is this project suitable for beginners?

This project is best suited for intermediate developers familiar with Next.js, React, and Tailwind.

Timestamped Summary

00:00Introduction to the YouTube video about building Twitter 2.0 with Next.js, React, Tailwind, and Twitter authentication.

03:40Overview of the project and demonstration of the responsive website design.

09:50Implementation of Twitter authentication for sign-in functionality.

16:30Enabling tweeting and commenting functionality using Sanity's mutations.

22:00Content moderation and blocking functionality with Sanity.