It is easier than ever to launch your own Software as a Service (SaaS) company! (The hard part is getting people interested in it).

We just posted a course on the YouTube channel that will guide you through every step of building and deploying a full-stack AI SaaS application.

Elliott Chong created this course. He is known for his in-depth tutorials on AI-powered applications. By the end of this course, you will have a fully functional app that allows users to chat with any PDF using the OpenAI API.

Here are some of the course highlights.

🌐 Building a Full Stack AI SaaS from Scratch:
Dive deep into the world of SaaS development as you construct a cutting-edge AI-powered application from the ground up. Learn how to create a fully functional SaaS using Next.js, OpenAI, TypeScript, and Tailwind.

πŸ’° Monetization with Stripe:
Discover how to monetize your SaaS application by integrating Stripe payment processing seamlessly. Implement a subscription-based revenue models.

🌟 Next.js 13.4 and App Router:
Harness the power of Next.js 13's state-of-the-art App Router to create dynamic and responsive web applications.

🎨 Tailwind CSS and Shadcn for Stunning UI:
Learn to design stunning user interfaces with the elegance of Tailwind CSS and the beauty of Shadcn.

🧠 OpenAI's Language Model API:
Unleash the capabilities of OpenAI's API to empower your application with natural language understanding and generation.

πŸ—„οΈ Efficient Database Management with ORMs:
Master the art of efficient database interactions using DrizzleORM and gain valuable insights into managing data effectively.

The course is divided into the following sections:

  • Intro & Demo
  • Set Up NextJS
  • Set Up Shadcn
  • Set Up ClerkAuth
  • Home Page
  • DrizzleORM
  • File Upload Component
  • Set Up AWS S3
  • AI RAG Explanation
  • React Query Set Up
  • Set Up Pinecone DB
  • Chat Side Bar
  • PDF Viewer
  • Chat Component ( Vercel AI SDK )
  • Pinecone OpenAI Get Context
  • Persist Chat Logs to DB
  • Stripe Integration
  • Deploy and Outro

You can watch the complete course on the YouTube channel (4-hour watch).