How to Create a Resume Builder App with Xata and Cloudinary Using NextJs

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    In this article, we will learn how to use Xata, a serverless, branch-able, scalable, consistent, highly available, searchable database to build a resume builder’s backend, and Cloudinary, a cloud-based asset management service, to manage all assets. At the same time, Next.js will be used to handle the front-end development.

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    Dead simple Object schema validation

    Yup: A JavaScript schema builder to parse and validate our form input values.

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    Xata.io SDK for TypeScript and JavaScript

    In this article, we will learn how to use Xata, a serverless, branch-able, scalable, consistent, highly available, searchable database to build a resume builder’s backend, and Cloudinary, a cloud-based asset management service, to manage all assets. At the same time, Next.js will be used to handle the front-end development.

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