E-commerce Dashboard and Store

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The e-commerce dashboard is a full stack application built using Next.js with React Server Components, Tailwind CSS, shadcn/ui, Clerk, Prisma, PlanetScale, Cloudinary and Stripe.

E-commerce Admin Dashboard built with Next.js E-commerce Admin Dashboard built with Next.js

Environment Variables

Create a .env file in your root directory:

NEXT_PUBLIC_CLERK_PUBLISHABLE_KEY=
CLERK_SECRET_KEY=

NEXT_PUBLIC_CLERK_SIGN_IN_URL=
NEXT_PUBLIC_CLERK_SIGN_UP_URL=
NEXT_PUBLIC_CLERK_AFTER_SIGN_IN_URL=
NEXT_PUBLIC_CLERK_AFTER_SIGN_UP_URL=

DATABASE_URL=

NEXT_PUBLIC_CLOUDINARY_CLOUD_NAME=

STRIPE_SECRET_KEY=
STRIPE_SECRET_WEBHOOK=

FRONTEND_STORE_URL=

Getting started with the dashboard

To run this project locally:

npm i

npx prisma db push

npm run dev

Open http://localhost:3000 with your browser to see the result.

You can start editing the page by modifying app/page.tsx. The page auto-updates as you edit the file.

The code for the dashboard project is available on the ecommerce-dashboard repository on GitHub.

Getting started with the store

The e-commerce store is a full stack application built using Next.js with React Server Components and Tailwind CSS.

E-commerce Store built with Next.js E-commerce Store built with Next.js

To run this project locally, you must first run the ecommerce-dashboard project.

Create a .env file in your root directory with the following environment variables from the ecommerce-dashboard project:

NEXT_PUBLIC_API_URL=
NEXT_PUBLIC_BILLBOARD_ID=

Then, run the development server:

npm i

npm run dev

Open http://localhost:3001 with your browser to see the result.

You can start editing the page by modifying app/page.tsx. The page auto-updates as you edit the file.

The code for the store project is available on the ecommerce-store repository on GitHub.