Sveltekit Starter

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Sveltekit Starter

A simple CRUD project using SvelteKit, Prisma, sqlite, and TypeScript with many-to-many relationship example.

Overview:

The sveltekit-starter is a simple CRUD project that incorporates SvelteKit, Prisma, sqlite, Tailwind CSS, and TypeScript. It provides an example of a many-to-many relationship. The project allows users to clone the repository and try it out locally. It also provides instructions for migrating the database, seeding it, and creating a specific directory.

Features:

  • SvelteKit: The project is built using SvelteKit, a framework for building web applications with Svelte.
  • Prisma: Utilizes the Prisma ORM (Object-Relational Mapping) to interact with the sqlite database.
  • sqlite: The project uses sqlite as the database management system for storing data.
  • Tailwind CSS: Styling is handled using Tailwind CSS, a utility-first CSS framework.
  • TypeScript: The project is written in TypeScript, a statically-typed superset of JavaScript.
  • Many-to-many Relationship Example: The project includes an example of a many-to-many relationship, demonstrating how to handle this type of data structure.

Installation:

To install and run the sveltekit-starter project locally, follow these steps:

  1. Clone the project by executing the following command in your terminal:

    git clone [repository-url]
    
  2. Alternatively, you can use degit to clone the project:

    npx degit [repository-url]
    
  3. After cloning or using degit, navigate to the project directory:

    cd sveltekit-starter
    
  4. Migrate the database by running the following command:

    npm run prisma:migrate
    
  5. Seed the database with initial data using the seed command:

    npm run prisma:seed
    
  6. Create a directory named /static/images in the root of the project:

    mkdir static/images
    
  7. Sign in to the application using a sample user account.

Summary:

The sveltekit-starter project is a basic CRUD project that demonstrates the usage of SvelteKit, Prisma, sqlite, Tailwind CSS, and TypeScript. It provides an example of a many-to-many relationship and includes instructions for installation and setup. Users can clone the project, migrate the database, seed it with initial data, and create a required directory.

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