Building a CRM app with NodeJS and MongoDB
Been a while, but I published another tutorial on building a starter application. This time we show how to use NodeJS and ExpressJS to build a basic CRUD application and use a free MongoDB host to persist data.
You can find the tutorial here: https://www.codementor.io/@garethdwyer/building-a-crm-app-with-nodejs-repl-it-and-mongodb-119r72mczg
Comment below or on codementor with any questions or issues!
And shout if you have any requests for what the next tutorial should cover.
Linking to a tutorial does not count. Either make a tutorial yourself or remove this post please
That sounds very interesting! I am very curious to see the steps for building a CRM; therefore, I will for sure check out the tutorial you have linked. CRM systems can make a big difference for someone's business: many repetitive tasks get automated. At the same time, though, choosing a CRM system can be challenging, and many fail to find the best one. So, your idea of building a CRM app does not sound bad at all: you could make it in such a way that it would meet your needs. I have heard that at https://wxora.com/crm-vs-cms-vs-erp/, you can find good options for CRM, ERP, and CMS.
That is nice, but there are a lot of other useful tutorials available on the internet. I am not close to this field, but I know that with a simple search on Google, you can find an answer to any of your questions asked. Moreover, there are a lot of well-explained tutorials on youtube on how to connect hubspot to BigQuery with Coupler.io on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uquLcmc3_Xs. Even if it seems complicated, believe me, after watching a youtube guide, you will be able to do it in less than three minutes.
Trying it by myself without the tutorial feels very hard. Building a CRM from the ground up can be more beneficial to a company. The features of an out-of-the-box CRM system are usually tailored to a certain department, such as sales or marketing. If you build your own CRM from the ground up, you get to choose which departments to focus on. Or you can use a shopify to bigquery system https://www.coupler.io/bigquery-integrations/shopify-to-bigquery, which does most of the work automatically, providing all the data that you need in one place.