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Nirmalya Ghosh
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Feb 20, 2020 ⋅ 16 min read

Building a Product Hunt clone app using Hasura and Next.js

Nirmalya Ghosh I'm a computer science engineer specializing in web design and development with an eye for detail. I have over three years of experience with React and also fiddle with Ruby on Rails and Elixir.

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3 Replies to "Building a Product Hunt clone app using Hasura and Next.js"

  1. Just one thing, this command

    `yarn create next-app –example with-docker with-docker-app` creates the directory `with-docker-app` instead of `frontend` as you specify in the documentation.

    Thanks!

  2. The `knex migrate:latest` command doesn’t work. I had to do `yarn global add knex` inside the container before being able to run that command.

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