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Hello, I'm the creator of Blitz.js (first announced 2.5 years ago)
Today the Blitz.js 2.0 pivot to a modular Next.js toolkit reached Beta status 
Previously Blitz abstracted Next.js, but Blitz 2.0 is now a modular toolkit that plugs into any new or existing Next.js app. Blitz picks up where Next.js leaves off, providing libraries and conventions for shipping and scaling small to large apps.
The difference with JS is that client-side frameworks like React have an incredible amount of complexity. Trying to manage all of that and all the other fullstack framework stuff like API layers, auth, file uploads, etc is too large of scope.
So now Blitz is no longer trying to do it all and is focusing on all the non-frontend functionality you need to ship web apps.
Going forward, we want to be the most trusted technical resource for rapidly building and scaling full-stack TypeScript apps.
Terraform module that implements a web app on ECS and supports autoscaling, CI/CD, monitoring, ALB integration, and much more.
As an aside, this is the first time I've heard about Flightcontrol. Super impressed! The biggest con of something like Vercel is that you can't be on your own AWS VPC. An RDS instance with a public IP address (which Vercel's docs endorse) is a dealbreaker for me.
But... wouldn't a Terraform module accomplish something simmilar? Our own stack is something like Codepipeline + Fargate + ALB + Cloudwatch + Cloudfront and we basically just forked https://github.com/cloudposse/terraform-aws-ecs-web-app
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Premium Queue package for handling distributed jobs and messages in NodeJS.
Something like Bull might do the job (https://github.com/OptimalBits/bull)
Deprecated, please use the TypeScript-Website repo instead
Heya! Creator of tRPC here. Seen some comments on trpc's ts perf issues.
- The problems with tRPC "at scale" are fixable by using project references, but not going to downplay that it's an annoying refactor to do (https://github.com/microsoft/TypeScript-Handbook/blob/master...)
- All of the problems with trpc are inherent of any ts thing that is heavilily reliant on inference (hence also blitz) (https://github.com/microsoft/TypeScript/wiki/Performance#wri...)
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