Sure, here’s a short practice exercise using Prisma:
Exercise: Create a Blog Application
In this exercise, you will create a simple blog application using Prisma and Node.js. The application will allow users to create new blog posts and view existing posts.
- Set up a new Node.js project and install Prisma.
- Use the Prisma CLI to create a new database and generate a schema file.
- Define the database schema in the
schema.prismafile. The schema should include two models:
- Generate a Prisma client using the CLI.
- Create a new Express.js server and define the routes for the blog application. The routes should include:
- A route to create a new blog post
- A route to view a list of all blog posts
- A route to view a single blog post by ID
- Implement the route to create a new blog post. This route should use the Prisma client to create a new post in the database.
- Implement the route to view a list of all blog posts. This route should use the Prisma client to retrieve all posts from the database and return them as a JSON array.
- Implement the route to view a single blog post by ID. This route should use the Prisma client to retrieve a single post from the database and return it as a JSON object.
Once you’ve completed these steps, you should have a fully functional blog application that uses Prisma to interact with a database. You can continue to expand the application by adding features like user authentication, commenting, and liking posts.
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