So far I have been trying Next.js with different configurations and tools but in the day to day of things I want my project to be able to do all of that at the same time.
That's why now I want to create a project with everything ready to go, but looking at the documentation of Next.js only a few options can be set with the Create Next App command.
There are two ways of doing this just using the command
npx create-next-app@latest and answering some questions or you can add arguments to the command line (see here more detail). I'm going to go with the first option.
This are the basics that I want to have
- Integration with ESLint
- TypeScript integration
- Testing with Cypress
- Testing with React Testing Library
ESLint and Typescript I should have because it asked me and I said yes. And indeed I have config files for both.
And I do have everything that I need in the
I still want to check that everything is running ok, before I do anything else.
Everything looks ok, so I'm going to follow the instructions in https://dev.to/celest67/nextjs-with-jest-react-testing-library-3cc6 and do some testing.
Great, no issues, so I will add cypress following the instructions in Next.js with Cypress
And again no trouble at all
This was really easy and now I can have a template for when I need to start a project for some project or something, you can see the repo here https://github.com/celest67/full-nextjs
That is it for now, next I want to try to see how easy it would be to do a demo or a POC of some library.
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