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jpedroschmitz
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Description

TypeScript starter for Gatsby. No plugins and styling. Exactly the necessary to start. Ready for Gatsby v4 🔥

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Gatsby and TypeScript

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A TypeScript starter for Gatsby. No plugins and styling. Exactly the necessary to start 🔥

No plugins installed, great for advanced users.

  • 📏 ESLint — Pluggable JavaScript linter
  • 💖 Prettier - Opinionated Code Formatter
  • 🐶 Husky — Use git hooks with ease
  • 📄 Commitizen - Conventional commit messages CLI
  • 🐐 Tests - Jest and Testing Library
  • 🚓 Commitlint - Lint commit messages
  • 🖌 Renovate - Dependency update tool
  • 🚫 lint-staged - Run linters against staged git files
  • 👷 PR Workflow - Run Type Check & Linters on pull requests
  • 🗂 Root import - Import folders and files using the
    @
    prefix.

🚀 Getting started

The best way to start with this template is using the Gatsby CLI.

npx gatsby new starter-ts https://github.com/jpedroschmitz/gatsby-starter-ts

If you prefer you can clone this repository and run the following commands inside the project folder:

By default, this starter uses Yarn, but this choice is yours. If you'd like to switch to npm, delete the

yarn.lock
file, install the dependencies with
npm install
, and change the CI workflows, Husky Git hooks, and lint-staged steps to use npm commands.
  1. yarn
    ;
  2. yarn start
    ;

To view the project you can open

http://localhost:8000
.

🤝 Contributing

  1. Fork this repository;
  2. Create your branch:
    git checkout -b my-new-feature
    ;
  3. Commit your changes:
    git commit -m 'Add some feature'
    ;
  4. Push to the branch:
    git push origin my-new-feature
    .

After your pull request is merged, you can safely delete your branch.

📝 License

This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE.md file for more information.


Made with ♥ by João Pedro Schmitz

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