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  • Deploy Full-Stack Next.js T3App with Cognito and Prisma using AWS Lambda
    4 projects | | 15 Apr 2024
    import { unstable_noStore as noStore } from "next/cache"; import Link from "next/link"; import { CreatePost } from "~/app/_components/create-post"; import { getServerAuthSession } from "~/server/auth"; import { api } from "~/trpc/server"; export default async function Home() { noStore(); const hello = await{ text: "from tRPC" }); const session = await getServerAuthSession(); return (

    Create T3span> App h1>

    First Steps β†’h3>
    Just the basics - Everything you need to know to set up your database and authentication. div> Link>

    Documentation β†’h3>
    Learn more about Create T3 App, the libraries it uses, and how to deploy it.div> Link> div>

    {hello ? hello.greeting : "Loading tRPC query..."}p>

    {session && Logged in as {session.user?.email}span>} p> {session ? "Sign out" : "Sign in"} Link> div> div> div> main> ); } async function CrudShowcase() { const session = await getServerAuthSession(); if (!session?.user) return null; const latestPost = await; return (

    {latestPost ? (

    Your most recent post: {}p> ) : (

    You have no posts yet.p> )} div> ); }

  • Interview with Senior JavaScript Developer 2024 [video]
    3 projects | | 14 Apr 2024
    I thought he was making stuff up - "t3 stack vs t4 stack". But about 2 minutes in, I realized that I'd heard of a few things that he's talking about so I looked it up and they're real!

    I think it's possible everything he's saying is true, more or less. LOL



  • Localized tRPC errors
    3 projects | | 16 Mar 2024
    We start with a project that was bootstrapped with create-t3-app. For internationalization we use next-intl and set it up as described in the getting started guide. With this initial project setup we can jump into implementing localized error messages.
  • Building an Admin Console With Minimum Code Using React-Admin, Prisma, and Zenstack
    5 projects | | 11 Mar 2024
    I used create-t3-app to scaffold the Next.js app, with TypeScript, Prisma, and "app router" enabled in the options. You can also use create-next-app for the job and install Prisma manually.
  • Leaving Everything Behind For Elixir [Theo – t3β€€gg] [video]
    1 project | | 28 Feb 2024
    I agree that the quantity of publicly available code isn't the most reliable indicator of someone's seniority.

    My issue with this individual arises from the discrepancy between his public claims of significant expertise in the content he produces. He positions himself as a highly experienced developer, attracting a large following of junior developers who take his advice at face value.

    I am trying to collect data points supporting his claims of seniority. For instance, his website prominently features a statement that he is the creator of the T3 Stack. However, a review of the contributor statistics for the T3 Stack ( minimal contributions from him, which raises questions about the validity of his claims.

  • Ask HN: Which full stack framework (NextJS, Remix, SvelteKit) would you use?
    2 projects | | 13 Feb 2024
    I would recommend -

    It uses the following, which as of late are pretty well know and common, so you can punch in your problems to stackoverflow, google, or chatgpt and get some pretty good answers.

    It uses:

    Nextjs (React), typescript, trpc (typescript rpc), auth, tailwind, and Prisma (ORM)

    Though of course these could go out of fashion tomorrow, but I don't think the essential idea behind these libs and frameworks are that wacky, unique or unordinary.

    Prisma ORM, is a little opinionated, and you could swap it out for Drizzle, which is basically typescript side sugared SQL.

    TRPC might be also be a little sticky because it is tied to typescript, this is the tradeoff for the buttery smooth coupling for the fullstack experience. I think there exists a typed-rest solution out there, but haven't used it.

    Personal anecdata, I used this stack for a little hobby project and it was FUN.

  • You don't need to pay for SaaS boilerplates - Open SaaS
    3 projects | | 30 Jan 2024
    Open SaaS was built with Typescript, and because it’s a full-stack app, type safety from the back-end to the front-end can be a real lifesaver. I mean, some opinionated stacks have gotten hugely popular on this basis.
  • Building a Local Development Environment: Running a Next.js Full-Stack App with PostgreSQL and Minio S3 Using Docker
    3 projects | | 6 Jan 2024
    Let's start by creating a Next.js application. We will use the T3 stack (TypeScript, TailwindCSS, and Prisma ORM) for this tutorial to skip installing and configuring all the dependencies which is out of the scope of this article. You can find more information about the T3 stack.
  • Ask HN: Who wants to be hired? (January 2024)
    21 projects | | 2 Jan 2024
  • Show HN: Build your startup or side project faster with these SaaS templates
    8 projects | | 1 Jan 2024

    You still would need to add Stripe but there are so many examples publicly available that it should be straight forward

  • A note from our sponsor - WorkOS | 23 Apr 2024
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