Mix Space Development Update (2)

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As I write this article, I have already returned to school, and I have to say that this holiday is particularly long. It is precisely because of this that I have enough time to complete this project. Finally, on the eve of returning to school, I have completed all the basic functions and have deployed it online. Although there are still many shortcomings, it will take time to improve them in the future.

My original intention for development was to merge two blogs together. I also hope to learn a lot of knowledge through this project. Of course, I hope more people can see and use this project. After all, it represents 200 hours of my hard work (according to statistics from Wakatime).

Now it seems that I have achieved half of my goals. I know it will be more difficult as I go further. The more I know, the more I realize how much I don't know.

Through this project, I have learned NestJS (backend) and NextJS (frontend) from scratch. I have also consolidated my knowledge of Vue (for middle and back-end development) 2.

I have gained a lot from this experience, and I am very pleased. I remember when I first started learning NestJS, the complex dependency injection, module separation, and various errors caused by dependency injection made me want to give up. But after some exploration, I discovered that the architecture of NestJS is robust and has a clear structure. NestJS is based on the structure of Angular, so I plan to learn Angular next. (Probably)

In the next period of time, while working and studying, I will have time to add features, fix bugs, and if I have time, I will also record the development process and share my experience.

I remember at the beginning of development, when I was using the Typegoose framework, there was a project that helped me. I would like to express my gratitude here.

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