Create a Synxty App
Start your projects like a pro
Table of Contents
- 📃 Why?
- 🎨 Creating a Project
- 📁 Folder Structure
- ▶️ Available Scripts Within the Created Project
- 🧠 Learn More
- ⚖️ License
✅ TypeScript is default
✅ Next.js because SEO is essential and SSR is included
✅ styled-components, write CSS with JS? Thanks
✅ Jest, the only library you need to test your app behavior
✅ Your code will always be beautiful with Prettier
✅ ESLint to keep a code pattern between the team
✅ lint-staged to assure that every code gets linted when committed
✅ Your commits will be meaningful with commitizen and commitlint
✅ A complete README file, every project deserves one
Overall, creating a project with
create-synxty-app is as easy as create-react-app or create-next-app but it sets you and your team ready to develop with a much better experience.
🎨 Creating a Project
Using npm, run the following command:
npx create-synxty-app my-app
or, using yarn:
yarn create synxty-app my-app
Note: Since you're probably going to run this commands in a full stack application, if you don't specify the name of the project it defaults to
And that's it!
📁 Folder Structure
After the installation completes, a new directory is created with the name of your app. This is the structure that you get inside your project:
my-app/├── README.md├── node_modules/├── package.json├── .gitignore├── .eslintrc.json├── .eslintignore├── tsconfig.json├── commitlint.config.js├── .babelrc├── setupTests.js├── jest.config.js├── next-env.d.ts├── next.config.js├── .prettierrc├── .github/│ └── assets/│ └── banner.png├── public/│ ├── favicon.ico│ └── synxty.svg└── src/├── layouts/│ ├── Home/│ │ ├── index.tsx│ │ ├── index.spec.tsx│ │ └── styles.ts├── pages/│ ├── _app.tsx│ ├── _document.tsx│ └── index.tsx└── styles/└── global.ts
▶️ Available Scripts Within the Created Project
npm run dev or
Runs the app in development mode.
Open http://localhost:3000 to view it in the browser.
The page will reload if you make edits.
You will also see any lint errors in the console.
npm run test or
Launches the test runner.
npm run build or
Builds the app for production to the
It correctly bundles React in production mode and optimizes the build for the best performance.
The build is minified and the filenames include the hashes.
npm start or
Runs the app in production.
🧠 Learn More
This template is open source software licensed as MIT.
Thank you, made with 💗 by Synxty.