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🧰 Simple TypeScript Starter | 2019

We talk about a lot of advanced Node.js and TypeScript concepts on the blog, particularly focused around Domain-Driven Design and large-scale enterprise application patterns. However, I received a few emails from readers that were interested in seeing what a basic TypeScript starter project looks like. So I've put together just that.


npm run start:dev

Starts the application in development using nodemon and ts-node to do hot reloading.

npm run build

Builds the app at build, cleaning the folder first.

npm run start

Starts the app in production by first building the project with npm run build, and then executing the compiled JavaScript at build/index.js.

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