FAST FullStack React with TypeScript starter kit.
Just clone this repository into your own project folder. and start working
git clone https://github.com/gilamran/fullstack-typescript.git cd npm install npm run dev
If you want to detach from this repository into your own repository do this:
git remote remove origin git remote add origin YOUR_REPO_URL git push -u origin master
tsconfig.jsonfor client and server.
. ├── /node_modules/ # 3rd-party libraries and utilities ├── /dist/ # All the generated files will go here, and will run from this folder ├── /src/ # The source code of the application │ ├── /client/ # React app │ ├── /server/ # Express server app │ ├── /shared/ # The shared code between the client and the server ├── /assets/ # images, css, jsons etc. ├── .eslintrc # es-lint configuration ├── .prettierec # prettier configuration ├── .gitignore # ignored git files and folders ├── .nvmrc # Force nodejs version ├── .env # (ignored) Can be used to override environment variables ├── index.js # The server's entry point ├── package.json # The list of 3rd party libraries and utilities └── tsconfig-for-webpack-config.json # using TypeScript for the webpack config file ├── README.md # This file
npm run dev- Client and server are in watch mode with source maps, opens http://localhost:3000
npm run lint- Runs es-lint
npm run build-
distfolder will include all the needed files, both client (Bundle) and server.
npm start- Just runs
npm start:prod- sets
productionand then runs
node ./dist/server/server.js. (Bypassing webpack proxy)
All applications require a config mechanism, for example,
SLACK_API_TOKEN. Things that you don't want in your git history, you want a different environment to have different value (dev/staging/production). This repo uses the file
config.tsto access all your app variables. And a
.envfile to override variable in dev environment. This file is ignored from git.
This code is released as is, under MIT licence. Feel free to use it for free for both commercial and private projects. No warranty provided.