Stop wasting time building complicated stacks just to validate ideas. Just launch!
Do you find yourself over complicating things by jumping into over-engineered tech stacks before you even know if your idea is worth building?
So many decisions come up. What should my landing page look like? I should make it responsive for sure. It needs a feedback form. And payments? What about authentication? State management? Dark mode!?
This just means WEEKS of delay before you EVEN START validating.
No more deliberating the best responsive landing page designs
No more rebuilding the same old feedback form flows, or setting up email integrations, TS configs, db connections... or any of that schlep
Just update a few config files and launch 🚀
Stop wasting time. Pull this repo, change the copy and color variables, add some API keys and boom! You're ready to go.
You can get fancy when actual payments start coming in.
Indiehackers who can code, but don't want to waste time setting things up. This is for you if you want to get to market as fast as possible, and iterate from there.
Anyone who can't code. You need to have the technical chops to get a NextJS app up and running. This is not a NOCODE solution.
$25 for a years access to the repo.
A full year of access to this repo. You'll also get all the updates pushed during that year, for free.
Why, yes it is! I'm using it to validate if there's demand for this very repo itself.
You need to create a free CockroachDB, transactional email(SendGrid or SendInBlue) & LemonSqueezy or Paddle accounts. Then update your config(copy, colors & fonts) files to your project.
LemonSqueezy and Paddle are supported. Coming soon: Stripe
Currently Postmark, SendInBlue and SendGrid.
Any JS snippet-like service is supported. If you can add a snippet to your site, you can use it on Rik's Quick-start Repo.
We need a cloud-based DB because I prefer to use Vercel for hosting, which does not support static storage(like MySQLite needs). CockroachDB, with its generous free tier is an ideal solution.
Hello no! Actually, TS is set up and configured, but this is not the time for getting anal about types. We need to sell some stuff first.
You wish! There's no unit tests at all. Ain't nobody got time for that. You can start bringing in testing when you've got $10K MMR and something to lose.