Conduit) is built using different frontends and backends. Yes, you can mix and match them, because they all adhere to the same API spec
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While most "todo" demos provide an excellent cursory glance at a framework's capabilities, they typically don't convey the knowledge & perspective required to actually build real applications with it.
RealWorld solves this by allowing you to choose any frontend (React, Angular, & more) and any backend (Node, Django, & more) and see how they power a real-world, beautifully designed full-stack app called Conduit.
Read the full blog post announcing RealWorld on Medium.
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- "Introducing RealWorld
🙌" by Eric Simons
- Every tutorial is built against the same API spec to ensure modularity of every frontend & backend
- Every frontend utilizes the same handcrafted Bootstrap 4 theme for identical UI/UX
- There is a hosted version of the backend API available for public usage, no API keys are required
- Interested in creating a new RealWorld stack? View our starter guide & spec
Gérôme Grignon - Maintainer
Gérôme is a Software Engineer at Sfeir. He's an open-source enthusiast.
Manuel Vila - Maintainer
Manuel is an independent Software Engineer, creator of the Layr framework and the CodebaseShow website.