Next Temp App

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Next Temp App

A template to start a full-stack, typesafe Next.js app.


next-temp-app is a template that provides a starting point for building a full-stack, typesafe Next.js app. Next.js is a popular JavaScript framework that allows for server-side rendering and seamless client-side navigation. With this template, developers can jumpstart their Next.js projects with a pre-configured setup that includes essential features and functionality.


  • Full-stack development: next-temp-app enables developers to build both the frontend and backend of their app seamlessly.
  • Typesafe code: The template includes TypeScript, which ensures type safety and enhances code quality.
  • Next.js integration: The template is built specifically for Next.js, leveraging its powerful features and benefits.
  • Pre-configured setup: next-temp-app comes with a pre-configured setup, saving developers time and effort in setting up their development environment.
  • Simplified navigation: The template incorporates client-side navigation, allowing for seamless page transitions and enhanced user experience.
  • Responsive design: With a responsive design, the app developed using next-temp-app will work flawlessly across different devices and screen sizes.
  • Customizable: Developers have the flexibility to customize the template according to their specific project requirements.


To install next-temp-app, follow these steps:

  1. Install the required dependencies:
npm install
  1. Start the development server:
npm run dev
  1. Open your browser and visit http://localhost:3000 to see the app running.


next-temp-app is a template designed to expedite the process of building a full-stack, typesafe Next.js app. By providing a pre-configured setup and essential features, it allows developers to kickstart their projects and focus on building the core functionalities. The template's integration with Next.js and use of TypeScript ensure a seamless and efficient development experience. With its customizable nature, developers can tailor the template to suit their specific project requirements.


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