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This is a Blitz.js app.


Getting Started

Run your app in the development mode.

blitz start

Open http://localhost:3000 with your browser to see the result.


Blitz comes with a powerful CLI that is designed to make development easy and fast. You can install it with npm i -g blitz

  blitz [COMMAND]

  build     Create a production build
  console   Run the Blitz console REPL
  db        Run database commands
  generate  Generate new files for your Blitz project
  help      display help for blitz
  start     Start a development server
  test      Run project tests

You can read more about it on the CLI Overview documentation.

What's included?

Here is the structure of your app.

├── app
│   ├── components
│   │   └── ErrorBoundary.tsx
│   ├── layouts
│   └── pages
│       ├── _app.tsx
│       ├── _document.tsx
│       └── index.tsx
├── db
│   ├── migrations
│   ├── index.ts
│   └── schema.prisma
├── integrations
├── node_modules
├── public
│   ├── favicon.ico
│   └── logo.png
├── utils
├── .babelrc.js
├── .env
├── .eslintrc.js
├── .gitignore
├── .npmrc
├── .prettierignore
├── blitz.config.js
├── package.json
├── tsconfig.json
└── yarn.lock

These files are:

  • The app/ directory is a container for most of your project. This is where you’ll put any pages or API routes.

  • db/ is where your database configuration goes. If you’re writing models or checking migrations, this is where to go.

  • node_modules/ is where your “dependencies” are stored. This directory is updated by your package manager, so you don’t have to worry too much about it.

  • public/ is a directory where you will put any static assets. If you have images, files, or videos which you want to use in your app, this is where to put them.

  • utils/ is a good place to put any shared utility files which you might use across different sections of your app.

  • .babelrc.js, .env, etc. ("dotfiles") are configuration files for various bits of JavaScript tooling.

  • blitz.config.js is for advanced custom configuration of Blitz. It extends next.config.js.

  • package.json contains information about your dependencies and devDependencies. If you’re using a tool like npm or yarn, you won’t have to worry about this much.

  • tsconfig.json is our recommended setup for TypeScript.

You can read more about it in the File Structure section of the documentation.

Learn more

Read the Blitz.js Documentation to learn more.

The Blitz.js Manifesto

Read the Blitz Manifesto to learn the Blitz foundational principles.

Blitz is built on Next.js. For more info on this see Why use Blitz instead of Next.js

Get in touch

The Blitz community is warm, safe, diverse, inclusive, and fun! Feel free to reach out to us in any of our communication channels.


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