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    Rakkas

    Bleeding-edge React framework powered by Vite

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    Rakkas is a bleeding-edge full-stack React framework powered by Vite. You can consider it an up-and-coming alternative to Next.js, Remix, or Gatsby.

    Important features are:

    •   Lightning fast development server
    • 🖥️  Streaming SSR with Suspense
    • 🔀  Dynamic rendering (full static pages for bots, streaming for browsers)
    • ⬇️  API-less data fetching system
    • 🚀  Support for serverless and worker environments
    • 📄  Static site generation
    • 📁  Flexible file system router
    • ⚙️  API routes with middleware support

    Is Rakkas right for you?

    • Although many features have been implemented, Rakkas is still under heavy development. It uses experimental and/or beta features of React and Vite. Minor releases will introduce breaking changes until we hit 1.0. As such, it's not yet ready for production use. If you need a stable React framework try Next.js, Remix, or Gatsby.
    • Rakkas is fairly opinionated. If you need more flexibility try vite-ssr-plugin.

    Getting started

    🚀 See Rakkas in action in your browser:

    To generate a Rakkas application boilerplate use one of the following commands:

    npx create-rakkas-app@latest my-rakkas-app
    # or
    pnpm create rakkas-app my-rakkas-app
    # or
    yarn create rakkas-app my-rakkas-app

    create-rakkas-app project initializer comes with many features, all of which are optional but we strongly recommend enabling TypeScript and the generation of a demo project on your first try because self-documenting type definitions allow for a smoother learning curve and the demo project source code comes with plenty of comments.

    👷 If you prefer a manual setup, you can install the following packages:

    npm install --save react react-dom
    npm install --save-dev vite rakkasjs

    Then create a src/routes/index.page.jsx file like this:

    export default function HomePage() {
    	return <h1>Hello world!</h1>;
    }

    Now you can:

    • Start a development server with npx rakkas
    • Build with npx rakkas build
    • Launch with node dist/server

    Credits

    Version history

    0.6.0

    • React 18
      • Concurrent mode
      • Streaming SSR
      • Suspense for data fetching
    • Vite 3
      • ESM SSR build ("type": "module")
      • Improved cold start
    • Brand new data fetching system
      • react-query-inspired useQuery and useMutation
      • Remix-inspired action handlers
      • API-less data fetching with useServerSideQuery
      • Waterfall-free preload functions
      • Remix-inspired form action handlers
    • HatTip
      • HTTP handling based on web standards
      • Adapters for Vercel Edge, Netlify Edge, and Deno/Deno Deploy
      • Express integration
    • Routing improvements
      • Route guards
      • Catch-all routes
      • Simpler 404 handling
    • Miscellaneous
      • Response headers customization
      • Shared ESLint configuration

    0.5.0

    • Serverless support (Vercel, Netlify, Cloudflare Workers)
    • Improved client-side navigation
    • Improved SSRRomuald Brillout
    • Partial pre-rendering
    • Client-only pages
    • Localizable URLs
    • Cache-control header setting

    0.4.0

    • Static site generation
    • Switch to React automatic JSX runtime
    • Integration examples (Apollo GraphQL, Styled Components, MDX, Tailwind CSS)
    • More options in the project generator
    • Lots of minor features and fixes
    • Much-expanded documentation

    Install

    npm i rakkasjs

    Homepage

    rakkasjs.org

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    382

    Version

    0.6.14

    License

    MIT

    Unpacked Size

    443 kB

    Total Files

    22

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    Collaborators

    • cyco130