- a minimum validation (Github Stars, Number of Downloads)
- permissive license ( MIT, Apache )
My name is Adrian, (Sm0ke on some platforms) and I've built AppSeed, a platform where developers can use tools, free apps and boilerplates to improve their productivity. Thank you for reading!
What is boilerplate code
In programming, boilerplate code is a piece of software that can be reused over and over without changing a single line of code. The whole idea behind a starter (sometimes boilerplate code) is to skip coding that piece of code common to many projects. For small projects and simple web applications, using a boilerplate, sometimes (not always) can help the developer to code less and skip over coding the repetitive code-base shared across different projects.
- Nodejs Starter Hackathon - this Nodejs Boilerplate has more than 26k Github start and is equipped with many useful features like authentication, Bootstrap4 integration, SaaS support, modular and very easy to use - sources, live demo
- Nodejs Starter API Kit - this starter is supported actively by a company and comes with tooling for authoring data API backends with Nodejsand GraphQL, out of the box - sources
- Nodejs Starter Serverless is a Nodejs starter for the Serverless Framework with async/await and unit test support. The project is actively supported by Frank Wang with 450 Github stars. This starter got my attention mainly for the serverless concept, which is a raising concept in web development nowadays - sources
- Nodejs Starter - Simple Express server enhanced with JWT authentication, SQLite database and Sequelize ORM (actively supported by AppSeed)
- Cookiecutter Flask - a flask template with Bootstrap 4, asset bundling+minification with webpack, starter templates, and registration/authentication - sources
- Flask Reactjs - Flask, ReactJS/Redux and webpack Boilerplate
- Flask Boilerplate - Simple Flask API server enhanced with JWT authentication, SQLite database and basic tools (actively supported by AppSeed)
- Flask Boilerplate Flask Play - Open-Source starter coded in Flask Microframework, pre-configured with Flask-SQLAlchemy, Flask-WTF, design crafted by HTML5 Up.
- Laravel 5 Boilerplate - Laravel Boilerplate installs like a regular Laravel application. If you've done it once, you've done it a million times - sources
- Laravel Auth - Laravel 5.8 with user authentication, registration with email confirmation, social media authentication, password recovery, and captcha protection - sources
- Laravel Boilerplate - simple Laravel API server anhanced with JWT authentication - MIT license (actively supported by AppSeed)
The list will be updated periodically with new items.