The full-stack-template is a cloud-native application and microservices template that can be deployed on various platforms such as Kubernetes, Docker Compose, serverless (FaaS), or virtual machines. It allows for flexible implementation changes within the containers and can be used on public cloud or on-premise private cloud. The template is focused on DevOps and supports multiple stack options for project creation or custom implementation.
To create a new project from the template, run
taito project create full-stack-template in the command line. To upgrade the project to the latest version of the template, run
taito project upgrade. It is important not to modify files with a "do-not-modify" note, instead improve the original files of the template and then upgrade. For more information, refer to Taito CLI.
Existing projects not using Taito CLI can be migrated to the full-stack-template by running
taito project migrate full-stack-template in the project's root folder.
The template supports both monorepo and multirepo approaches. For multirepo, create a separate project for each microservice based on the template and define a common
scripts/taito/project.sh if shared namespace is desired. Environment descriptions can also be placed in a separate repository.
The full-stack-template is a versatile cloud-native application and microservices template that supports different deployment platforms and allows for flexible implementation changes. It is focused on DevOps and provides multiple stack options for project creation or custom implementation.
A fullstack boilerplate provides a starter application that includes both frontend and backend. It should include database, auth, payments, user roles and other backend services to build a fully featured saas or webapps.
A template or theme refers to a pre-designed layout or structure that provides a basic framework for building a specific type of application or website. It typically includes good design, placeholder content and functional features, allowing developers to customize and fill in the details according to their specific needs.