Boilerplate Code - Free and Commercial Open-Source Apps

Hello Coder,

Thank you for landing on this page. This article presents apps and boilerplate code, generated in various technologies by the AppSeed service. The full index, can be found on the public repository published on Github.  

What is a Boilerplate

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 named boilerplate code) is to skip coding that piece of code common to many projects. If the code-base is well written, using it can help you to save some valuable time. On the other hand, using boilerplate code to start a new project is not the best choice for all cases.

The apps listed in this article, (free and commercial) can be found on Github. Feel free to study the code and please read also the license file, committed for each project. For any questions, don't hesitate to access the support page.

JAMstack Boilerplates

This is a trendy pattern in web development in the last few years. We decided to prototype JAMstack apps, starting from the rising popularity in web development communities. The full index, published on Github contains more than 40 apps coded as JAMstack boilerplates:

JAMstack Boilerplate code - Gif animater intro.

Flask Boilerplates

Flask is a lightweight WSGI web application framework. It is designed to make getting started quick and easy, with the ability to scale up to complex applications. It is classified as a microframework because it does not require particular tools or libraries - read more about it on the official website or access the docs and start coding.

Flask Boilerplate Locus - Gif aniated intro.

Admin Dashboards Boilerplates

Fully-coded apps, enhanced with authentication, database, ORM and basic tooling.

Flask Dashboard Boilerplate - Gif animated intro.

Other (Generated) Apps and Boilerplates

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