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An Open-Source Collection of Boilerplate Repositories to Help Set Up Your Next Project

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@fenskeAnton Fenske

๐Ÿ›  Software engineer ยท ๐Ÿ‘จโ€๐Ÿ’ปOnline entrepreneur.

I recently open-sourced a collection of boilerplate repositories that I built for my developer assessment platform.

I've been using these templates to spin up a candidate's workspace, and after about 200 interviews, it has proven to be efficient.

There are other use-cases where this setup can be useful, e.g., one can also use it to bootstrap a portfolio project with one click.

What's included

Each project is hosted as a template GitHub repository and has the following structure:

  1. A minimal app implementation in the tech stack of choice.
  2. A suite of E2E Cypress tests.
  3. A GitHub actions pipeline that spins up the app and runs the tests on every push.

Available Tech Stacks

There are currently nine projects available for backend, frontend, and full-stack profiles, but I'm planning to keep extending the collection.

How to Get Started

Go to the project boilerplate webpage, select your favorite tech stack, and click on the "Use this template" button in the newly opened browser tab.

Hope you'll find this useful.

Let me know what other templates I should add. โœŒ๏ธ

Previously published here.

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