For this reason, I decided to use Next.js for my personal projects. However, I didn't want to start from scratch every time and painstakingly put everything together until I have a base I feel comfortable coding on. So I decided to create a template to share with the public, as I'm interested in what other people would add, change or improve.
Since there is a detailed explanation on the website itself, I'll just very briefly list here what features ThankYouNext has:
- Sass support
- ESLint & Prettier configuration
- Absolute imports
- React strict mode
- Ready-to-use SEO setup
- All necessary security headers
In addition, this template offers the following:
- A perfect Google Lighthouse score
- No accessibility violations
- No HTML warnings or errors
- No CSS errors
I will update this template over time.The most important point for me at the moment is the integration of Preact, since that hasn't worked yet. I would also be interested in your opinion on what else could be added. This template is mainly intended for simple websites and blogs, but has the option to expand and make it more complex at any time.