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Node, TypeScript boilerplate w/ linting, aliases, testing

ollie profile image ollie ・1 min read

I found myself continuously writing boilerplate code whenever I wanted to start a Node project. Whether it be an API or an experiment, I always start with this initial building block.

GitHub logo o8e / node-ts-boilerplate

♨️ Node boilerplate with TypeScript

♨️ node-ts-boilerplate

Node boilerplate with TypeScript

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Usage

git clone --depth 1 git@github.com:o8e/node-ts-boilerplate.git

You could also clone and rm -rf .git/, or just fork it.






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Kevin Ard

I was just today planning on pulling my almost identical boiler into a repo. Perfect timing! 🦄🦄