I'm fairly new to the IndieHacker community and hacking in general. I've been a long time employed developer and recently made the decision to pursue financial freedom and independence like most of us here.
I left my job and I am now working full time on bootstrapping my MVPs. I'm currently working on my second project @FormBox but already I've noticed there's a lot of functionality that I need in each project which has lead me to create a boilerplate app with basic functionality for login, logout, signup, email verification, reset password, HTML email templates etc to allow me to get to that MVP as quickly as possible. I use Python/Django for this.
It got me thinking that the boilerplate project itself could be a good product for people pursuing the same goals. It could save people a lot of time in getting to that MVP stage.
What tech stack do you use to bootstrap your ideas? Do you have a boilerplate app of your own? Would you pay for a boilerplate app loaded with common features and functionality to enable you to build faster?