Solidifying the new user experience

As mentioned previously, we'll want to do a bit more to really make our application production ready. Typically, when people think of something being production ready, they tend to associate that term and idea around hardening the product: making it more secure, making it perform better, cleaning up old spaghetti code, or other types of cleanup and polishing work. That's a very important thing to do as part of getting your application ready to live in a production environment, to be sure, but it's also not the whole thing. We'll start off by cleaning up some more of our application's layout and navigation issues, and then we'll move from there into cleaning up the user signup page (since we'll need to clean ...

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