📚 Getting Started with Torpe Configuration
So, let's create a repo and start the configuration for the Torpe Project.
Firstly, I've created this repository for you to follow the code.
After creating the repo, I set up the project boilerplate with NextJS. I chose NextJS because it's easier to deploy on the web with Vercel, nothing more than that.
√ Would you like to use TypeScript? Yes
√ Would you like to use ESLint? Yes
√ Would you like to use Tailwind CSS? Yes
√ Would you like to use
√ Would you like to use App Router? (recommended) Yes
After creating the project, we're going to initiate a Git version controller with
git init. Then, we'll set the upstream using the terminal with
git remote add origin https://github.com/kingjotaro/Torpe. My first commit will have the message "hello wordo!"
While writing this post, I completely forgot about the CMS webpage, but it's not a big problem. It's common for services to evolve over time. To address this, in the future, I'll migrate both repositories to a monorepo.
The project has been created, and the first commit is done. For this project, I want all commits to follow a pattern. To achieve this, I'll install some dev dependencies to help make my commits more consistent, following this tutorial....