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.
Node boilerplate with TypeScript
🔨ESLint & Prettier (Standard)
⚡Development server with Nodemon
🚀TypeScript compilation with import aliases
🔧Testing with Jest
git clone --depth 1 firstname.lastname@example.org:o8e/node-ts-boilerplate.git
You could also clone and
rm -rf .git/, or just fork it.