Build a TODO app with React and Firebase β€’ Todo Component β€’ PART 11

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**** PART 11 DESCRIPTION ****

**** β€Ž@Code ExplainedΒ  GitHub Repo LINK ****

https://github.com/CodeExplainedRepo/Build-Todo-App-With-React-And-Firebase

**** COURSE DESCRIPTION ****

In this course I will walk you through all the steps needed from start to finish to code a To Do App using React JS and firebase. I will explain the logic behind each line of code before typing the code, I’m going to use diagrams and animations so you can follow up easily and have a better understanding of what’s going on behind the scenes of our App/Code.

In our To Do App the user can add a to do by filling a form (Controlled component) that has an input for the to do text, an input for date and time (We wi use the date and time pickers from Material UI), and he/she can select the project he/she wants to add the to-do to.

The user can filter the todos by date (Today, Next 7 days, All days) or by project, se when he/she clicks on project, only the to dos under that project will appear.

The user can add, remove or edit a to do. When editing a to do the user won’t need to hit a “save button” to save the changes cause the changes ei be saved automatically.

The user can add, remove, rename a project. When removing a project, all the todos under that project will be removed.

When the user completes a to do, we show a line through the text of the to do and show a Circle Check Icon instead of a Circle (We are going to use the icons from react bootstrap icons).

When a to do is completed, the user can repeat the to do next day.

We will add some animations (transitions) to our App, using react spring library.

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