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Prisma Examples

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This repository contains a number of ready-to-run example projects demonstrating various use cases of Prisma. Pick an example and follow the instructions in the corresponding README.

You can also find links to real-world and production ready examples further below in this README.

Are you missing an example? Please feel free to open an issue (read the contribution guidelines for more info).

TypeScript

Fullstack

Demo Description
rest-nextjs-api-routes Next.js app with a REST API (using Next.js API routes)
rest-nextjs-api-routes-auth Next.js app with a REST API (using Next.js API routes) and authentication (using NextAuth.js)
rest-nextjs-express Next.js app with a REST API (using Express)
rest-nuxtjs Nuxt.js app with a REST API
graphql-nextjs Next.js app with a GraphQL API (using Apollo Server and GraphQL Nexus)
rest-sveltekit SvelteKit app with a REST API
sveltekit SvelteKit app using SvelteKit's actions and load functions
trpc-nextjs Next.js app with tRPC
remix Remix app

Backend only

Demo Description
graphql-apollo-server GraphQL server based on @apollo/server and Nexus Schema
graphql-auth GraphQL server with email-password authentication & permissions
graphql-sdl-first GraphQL server based on GraphQL Yoga
graphql-subscriptions GraphQL server with realtime subscriptions based on apollo-server and Nexus Schema
graphql-typegraphql GraphQL server based on @apollo/server and TypeGraphQL
graphql-typegraphql-crud CRUD GraphQL API based on @apollo/server and TypeGraphQL
graphql-fastify GraphQL server based on Fastify, Mercurius, and the SDL-first approach of graphql-tools
graphql-fastify-sdl-first GraphQL server based on Fastify, Mercurius, and the SDL-first approach of graphql-tools
graphql-hapi GraphQL server based on Hapi and Nexus Schema
graphql-hapi-sdl-first GraphQL server based on Hapi and the SDL-first approach of Apollo Server Integration for Hapi
graphql-nestjs GraphQL server based on NestJS (code-first)
graphql-nestjs-sdl-first GraphQL server based on NestJS and the SDL-first approach of graphql-tools
graphql GraphQL server based on GraphQL Yoga and Pothos
graphql-nexus GraphQL server based on @apollo/server and Nexus Schema
grpc gRPC API including runnable client scripts for testing
postgis-express Demo of spatial queries using Postgis and Express
rest-express REST API with Express
rest-fastify REST API with Fastify
rest-koa REST API with Koa
rest-hapi REST API with hapi
rest-nestjs REST API with NestJS
script Usage of Prisma Client JS in a TypeScript script
testing-express Demo of integration tests with Jest, Supertest and Express

JavaScript (Node.js)

Fullstack

Demo Description
rest-nextjs Next.js app with a REST API (using Next.js API routes)
rest-nuxtjs NuxtJS app with a REST API
rest-sveltekit SvelteKit app with a REST API

Backend only

Demo Description
graphql-apollo-server GraphQL server based on @apollo/server
graphql-auth GraphQL server with email-password authentication & permissions
graphql-sdl-first GraphQL server based on GraphQL Yoga
grpc gRPC API including runnable client scripts for testing
rest-express REST API with Express
rest-fastify REST API with Fastify
rest-koa REST API with Koa
script Usage of Prisma Client JS in a Node.js script

Deployment platforms

The projects in the deployment-platforms directory show what "Prisma Client"-based deployment setups look like for various deployment providers. Learn more about deployment in the Prisma documentation.

Real-world & production-ready example projects with Prisma

  • FeastQR: An open-source SaaS online menu system for restaurants
  • Formbricks: An open-source survey and experience management tool
  • OpenformStack: An open-source form backend that allows you to collect form submissions without writing any backend code
  • Documenso: An open-source alternative to Docusign
  • abby: An open-source feature flag, remote config and A/B testing platform for developers
  • ghostfolio: An open-source dashboard for your personal finances
  • revert: An open-source unified API to build B2B product integrations
  • Scholarsome: An interactive, studying system
  • Dittofeed: An open-source customer engagement; intuitive marketing tools that scale
  • Trigger.dev: Effortless automation built for developers (Zapier alternative)
  • Webstudio: A NoCode visual design tool for building apps and websites
  • Dyrector: A self-hosted container management platform
  • reduced.to: An open-source link shortener
  • Linen: An open-source alternative to Slack and Discord with lots of great features
  • Coolify: An open-source & self-hostable Heroku / Netlify alternative
  • dub: An open-source link shortener with built-in analytics and free custom domains
  • Umami: A simple, fast, privacy-focused alternative to Google Analytics
  • Rallly: A self-hostable doodle poll alternative (based on Next.js, tRPC, and TailwindCSS)
  • snoopForms: An open-source alternative to Typeform (easy online surveys)
  • Typebot: A conversational form builder that you can self-host
  • Cal.com: An open-source alternative to Calendly (calender-based event scheduling service)
  • Beam: A simple tool that allows members to write posts to share across your organization (based on Next.js)
  • ironfish-api: Public API for Iron Fish (A novel cryptocurrency focused on privacy and accessibility)
  • Indie Stack: Remix Stack for deploying to Fly with SQLite, authentication, testing, linting, formatting
  • Blues Stack: Remix Stack for deploying to Fly with PostgreSQL, authentication, testing, linting, formatting
  • Tottem: Fullstack app for "social library management" (based on Next.js)
  • Dundring: An in-browser training application created to control and track you training with a smart bike trainer.
  • Expense.fyi: A tool for tracking and managing expenses
  • Letterpad: A publishing platform for creatives
  • Snippy: An open-source code-snippet sharing website
  • Hitori: An open-source serverless Discord bot

About this repository

The latest branch of this repository contains the examples with the latest stable version of Prisma CLI and Prisma Client (@latest on npm). These dependencies are kept up to date with a GitHub Action workflow, which updates them every time a new version of Prisma is released.

There are also the automated branches dev and patch-dev, which mirror the code from latest (synced via a GitHub Action workflow), but they use the respective development channels of Prisma CLI and Prisma Client from npm instead (@dev and @patch-dev, also updated via a GitHub Action workflow). Thanks to the test coverage of all projects, this can point us to incompatibilities early.

Security

If you have a security issue to report, please contact us at security@prisma.io

CI status

CI Status Branch
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test dev dev
test patch-dev patch-dev
CI Status
keep-prisma-dependencies-updated
keep-dev-branches-in-sync-with-latest