This codebase was created to demonstrate a fully fledged fullstack application built with Typescene including CRUD operations, authentication, routing, pagination, and more. Please submit bug fixes via pull requests & feedback via issues.
Note: The Typescene framework was made for desktop and mobile-like apps, so this RealWorld implementation behaves strictly like a Single Page Application (SPA). There is no server-side rendering, and all code is bundled in a single JS file by design. While you shouldn't implement a ‘Medium clone’ using Typescene, it's still an insteresting demo to show how Typescene works.
To get the frontend running locally:
- Clone this repo
npm installto install all required (dev) dependencies
npm startto start the Webpack development server
- Open a browser to view the result on localhost port 8080
- Please star
typescene/typesceneand follow @typescene to show your support!
If you get stuck, Twitter is the right place to ask questions right now. Looking forward to your feedback.
- Add unit tests — we'll likely be able to test the app (at least activities) in Node rather than the browser, by using a different entry point and special
Applicationinstance. Stay tuned.
- Fix some of the responsive elements, possibly using CSS.
- Improve performance of the main articles list.
A note on SEO: Typescene does not support server-side rendering, which limits the theoretical SEO effectiveness of the resulting website. Typescene was purpose built for desktop/mobile-like interactive apps rather than blogs and websites so please don't expect this to work any time soon
This code is licensed under an MIT style license.