Starter Kits

If you follow the instructions in Creating an Application, you will end up with a working application. Those steps are designed so that you can see each piece working one at a time. The starter kits provide a more complete developer experience. But if something goes wrong, they might be harder to diagnose.

First, pick your language. Then, pick your front-end framework. Finally, export the repository. If you have Git installed, you can do that in three lines. Otherwise, you will need to download it via the GitHub repository page.

TypeScript

git clone --depth 1 https://github.com/jinaga/starter-typescript.git myapplication
cd myapplication
rm -rf .git

Download from GitHub

TypeScript with React

git clone --depth 1 https://github.com/jinaga/starter-typescript-react.git myapplication
cd myapplication
rm -rf .git

Download from GitHub

JavaScript

git clone --depth 1 https://github.com/jinaga/starter-javascript.git myapplication
cd myapplication
rm -rf .git

Download from GitHub

JavaScript with React

git clone --depth 1 https://github.com/jinaga/starter-javascript-react.git myapplication
cd myapplication
rm -rf .git

Download from GitHub

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