Lsg Remix

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Lsg Remix

[ARCHIVED] Full-stack school homepage / TypeScript, Remix (React), Prisma, CI/CD and more

Overview:

The source code behind the new Louise-Schroeder-Gymnasium website is a full-stack Remix application built with TypeScript and Prisma. The goal of the project is to create software for the public sector that is free and open-source, allowing the public to run, study, copy, change, distribute, and improve the code. The project is licensed under the GNU Affero General Public License.

Features:

  • Full-stack Remix application
  • Built with TypeScript and Prisma
  • Free and open-source code for the public to use and improve

Installation:

To get started with the Louise-Schroeder-Gymnasium website, follow these steps:

  1. Launch a Visual Studio Code editor in your browser using GitPod.
  2. Sign in with your GitHub account.
  3. Wait for the environment setup to complete.
  4. Install the recommended extensions for the project.
  5. Once the terminal commands have completed, a preview of the app should open automatically in a browser tab.

Summary:

The Louise-Schroeder-Gymnasium website is a full-stack Remix application built with TypeScript and Prisma. It follows the principle of public money, public code, by providing a free and open-source codebase for the public sector. The installation process involves launching a Visual Studio Code editor in the browser using GitPod and following the setup instructions.