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Thomas Morice
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TRPC: The Future of Fullstack Web Development

Are you tired of the endless back and forth between your frontend and backend code? Are you sick of the never-ending debugging sessions trying to figure out why your API isn't working? Say goodbye to those headaches, because TRPC is here to revolutionize fullstack web development.

But what is TRPC, you might ask? TRPC stands for "Tightly-Coupled Remote Procedure Call," and it's a game-changing technology that allows for seamless communication between your frontend and backend code. With TRPC, gone are the days of manually setting up API routes and handling complicated request and response payloads. TRPC handles all of that for you, allowing you to focus on what really matters: building out the features and functionality of your app.

But that's not all. TRPC is also fully typesafe, meaning that it ensures that your code is error-free and easy to understand. No more guessing what type of data is being passed between your frontend and backend - with TRPC, you'll always know exactly what you're working with.

So how do you get started with TRPC? Lucky for you, Theo from has created a fantastic resource for getting up and running with TRPC, as well as some other awesome technologies like Next.js, Prisma, and Tailwind CSS. Just head on over to and you'll be well on your way to becoming a TRPC master.

But don't just take my word for it - give TRPC a try and see for yourself how it can revolutionize your fullstack development workflow. And a big thanks to Theo for introducing me to this amazing technology - without him, I would have never known about it!

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