Introducing Postlight’s Node.js + TypeScript Starter Kit
Get Postlight’s Node.js + TypeScript Starter Kit for free on GitHub:
Postlight's Node.js + TypeScript Starter Kit is a zero-config codebase that lets you start writing code immediately.
There are a couple of ways to use it. The first is to clone the repository and follow the Starter Kit Documentation. The second way is similar to how Facebook’s Create React App works. Run the command:
$ npx @postlight/node-typescript-starter-kit my-awesome-project
That creates a directory called
my-awesome-project which includes the starter kit code. After installing the kit, you can hit the ground running and just start coding. Here are the steps to build, run, lint, and test your code.
Check out the kit, fork it, send pull requests — and be sure to let us know what you build with it.
Jad Termsani (@JadTermsani) is an engineer at Postlight. Drop us a note: email@example.com.
Story published on May 7, 2019.