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The web's most popular Jamstack front-end template (boilerplate) for building web applications with React

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React Starter Kit

The web's most popular Jamstack front-end template for building web applications with React.

Features

  • Optimized for serverless deployment to CDN edge locations (Cloudflare Workers)
  • HTML page rendering (SSR) at CDN edge locations, all ~100 points on Lighthouse
  • Hot module replacement during local development using React Refetch
  • Pre-configured with CSS-in-JS styling using Emotion.js
  • Pre-configured with code quality tools: ESLint, Prettier, TypeScript, Jest, etc.
  • Pre-configured with VSCode code snippets and other VSCode settings
  • The ongoing design and development is supported by these wonderful companies:

    


This project was bootstrapped with React Starter Kit. Be sure to join our Discord channel for assistance.

Directory Structure

├──.github — GitHub configuration including CI/CD workflows
├──.vscode — VSCode settings including code snippets, recommended extensions etc.
├──app — Web application front-end built with React and Material UI
├──edge — Cloudflare Workers (CDN) edge endpoint
├──env — Application settings, API keys, etc.
├──scripts — Automation scripts such as yarn deploy
├──tsconfig.base.json — The common/shared TypeScript configuration
└──tsconfig.json — The root TypeScript configuration

Tech Stack

Requirements

Getting Started

Generate a new project from this template, clone it, install project dependencies, update the environment variables found in env/*.env, and start hacking:

$ git clone https://github.com/kriasoft/react-starter-kit.git example
$ cd ./example
$ yarn install
$ yarn start

The app will become available at http://localhost:5173/.

IMPORTANT: Ensure that VSCode is using the workspace version of TypeScript and ESLint.

Scripts

  • yarn start — Launches the app in development mode on http://localhost:5173/
  • yarn build — Compiles and bundles the app for deployment
  • yarn lint — Validate the code using ESLint
  • yarn tsc — Validate the code using TypeScript compiler
  • yarn test — Run unit tests with Jest, Supertest
  • yarn edge deploy — Deploys the app to Cloudflare

How to Deploy

Ensure that all the environment variables for the target deployment environment (test, prod) found in /env/*.env files are up-to-date.

If you haven't done it already, push any secret values you may need to CF Workers environment by running yarn edge cf secret put <NAME> [--env #0].

Finally build and deploy the app by running:

$ yarn build
$ yarn deploy [--env #0] [--version #0]

Where --env argument is the target deployment area, e.g. yarn deploy --env=prod.

How to Update

  • yarn set version latest — Bump Yarn to the latest version
  • yarn upgrade-interactive — Update Node.js modules (dependencies)
  • yarn dlx @yarnpkg/sdks vscode — Update TypeScript, ESLint, and Prettier settings in VSCode

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How to Contribute

Anyone and everyone is welcome to contribute. Start by checking out the list of open issues marked help wanted. However, if you decide to get involved, please take a moment to review the guidelines.

License

Copyright © 2014-present Kriasoft. This source code is licensed under the MIT license found in the LICENSE file.


Made with ♥ by Konstantin Tarkus (@koistya, blog) and contributors.

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