Hackathon Starter

A boilerplate for Node.js web applications.

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#1 Product of the DayJanuary 30, 2016

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Adrian Le Bas
Adrian Le Bas@adrianleb · UX & Front-end Freesoul
Nice! That README alone is already gold!
Jay
Jay@jaybroni · Developer
Think i'll use this for the Product Hunt Hackathon https://www.facebook.com/events/...
Sahat Yalkabov
Sahat YalkabovMaker@evnowandforever · Full Stack JavaScript Developer
Creator of the Hackathon Starter here. Feel free to ask me anything about the project.
Manish Malik
Manish Malik@dotmanish · Technology Products. Mostly.
@evnowandforever Thanks! I don't participate in hackathons anymore, but still tinker with a lot of app ideas every now and then. This project seems perfect to start those ideas with for a quick validation. Very helpful.
Bernd M. Weiss
Bernd M. Weiss@toabsorb · Space Uni Grad / Founder @spacejobfair
@evnowandforever good job on that. I am pretty sure it helps a lot to just get started or familiar with node.js, like I am hoping for myself. I am a total beginner with node.js ... do you have any tipp about hosting the first app? I would like to play around with it, but don't want to spend money for hosting?
Sahat Yalkabov
Sahat YalkabovMaker@evnowandforever · Full Stack JavaScript Developer
@toabsorb Heroku, I believe is still the best for that, even after their recent changes to free tier. It's very easy to get started, no need for configs, it just works. Check out Deployment section in Hackathon Starter readme for step by step instructions on how to deploy your app with various hosting providers.
Salman Shakeel
Salman ShakeelHunter@sshakeel · Senior UX Developer, XE.com
Sample app with working API examples here: http://hackathonstarter.herokuap...
Sam Doshi
Sam Doshi@samir_doshi · Co Founder @ Relayo.com
@sshakeel good idea
Ryan J A Murphy
Ryan J A Murphy@ryanjamurphy · Student?
This is a really helpful project. Thanks, @EvNowAndForever!