Redwood Alternatives

Similar projects and alternatives to redwood

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Posts with mentions or reviews of redwood. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-10-19.
  • Why hasn’t a node version of django taken off? | 2021-10-19
  • What backend do you use for your React project? | 2021-10-19
    Im part of the core team over at redwoodjs which is a fullstack javascript framework with react on the frontend. Highly recommend it if you are looking at bootstrapping a quick app. Currently my grapqhl api runs off of a netlfiy lambda function and I use a hosted db via supabase.
  • Ask HN: Why is there no Django/Rails equivalent in JavaScript world? | 2021-10-14
    Well, well... that may not be true for much longer. just take a look at RedwoodJS - It's near 1.0, has a solid core team (with a really sounding track record) and just works (really)!

    You can't get anything near as sober, sane, predictable, and idiomatic as it IMHO. Just try it.


  • why am I hung up on the term "fullstack"? | 2021-10-05
    Today I got into a Twitter #BEEF about the appropriateness of the term "fullstack framework." Some of you may know that I am the host of a podcast called Fullstack Jamstack and have made my name as a developer advocate for RedwoodJS, a self proclaimed "fullstack" JavaScript framework.
  • RedwoodJS v0.37.0 | 2021-10-01
  • Frameworks War | 2021-09-13
  • Alternatives to Django | 2021-09-01
    Some frameworks worth looking at if you are going down the full-stack route: - - -
  • Patterns for React products? | 2021-08-25
  • Ask HN: Has Web Development Become Insane or Am I Stuck in My Ways? | 2021-08-24
    Use My journey has been from no frontend framework -> Vue.js -> React -> Next.js -> Redwood, and I'm the most happy with the tooling at the moment.
  • What boilerplate do you use for large applications? | 2021-08-18
    While it's still in development, redwoodjs has been showing some real potential. Have used in a few medium-sized projects so far, and it's been holding its own.
  • What should I use to build my new project? | 2021-08-12
    Otherwise if you want a framework to build on, there's Redwood (which works particularly well on Netlify and Vercel) or Webiny (for AWS, Azure and others).
  • Authenticating things with cookies on Next.js | 2021-08-04
    If you really enjoyed the full-stack part of this, I recommend you looking into either Blitz.js or Redwood.js, they do most of the heavy lifting for you and have built-in features that are essential for app development. We only use our starter template for simpler stuff so we can enjoy the greater flexibility.
  • Dark Mode in Next.js using Tailwind CSS and React Hooks | 2021-08-02
    The site is built in TypeScript with React, the most popular JavaScript library in the world, using Next.js, one of the most popular React frameworks in the world and the building block for full-stack "meta" frameworks like RedwoodJS and Blitz. The user interface itself is crafted with the ever popular Tailwind CSS, a powerful "utility-first" library that lets you compose your styles into higher-level abstractions that you apply across your user interface to give a consistent look and feel.
  • Introducing Envelop - The GraphQL Plugin System | 2021-07-29
    Redwood is a great example. We start with a small suggestion PR, and the Redwood team was open for new ideas - so now you can use envelop if you are a Redwood user !
  • Nextless.js: Full-Stack React SaaS Boilerplate with Auth, Payment, Landing Page | 2021-07-28
    I see similarities with Redwood[0]. Nextless.js is just added sugar, spice and rest of the boilerplates.



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