Angular, Tailwind, Firebase?
React, Material, Postgres?
Next, Material, Firebase?
So many out there to choose from. Would be great to get an idea of what people are using.
I'm using React + Rails. The stack really isn't as important as you think though.
As long as you're comfortable with it and it lets you do what you need to do then you'll be fine.
Don't learn a new framework just because it's the new trend. The ROI for your time investment is usually not worth it.
Frontend: SvelteKit. Tailwind. Hosted on Vercel.
Backend: Rails API, PostgreSQL, Redis. Hosted on Heroku.
I'm using Angular.
Don't have much experience with it since I'm a mobile developer
But if I'm stuck I personally know experienced people who can help me and codebases in production I can take inspiration from so having support is important IMO
Rails + TailwindCSS / TailwindUI for Sponsaurus.
Carrd for the main landing page - Sponsaurus landing page.
Overall been pretty easy to work with things.
Deploying the app to Heroku was pretty simple overall, and Carrd made it super easy to throw a landing page together.
NextJS + Node JS + MongoDB —> https://mentoryoshi.com
Firebase (looking at Supabase)
Next.js, Chakra-UI, Hasura (GraphQL, REST, PostgreSQL) that's it.
React, Next, Tailwind, Vercel, Contentful.
React, Node, MySQL
For namy.ai I'm using:
Bootstrap + vanilla JS
Heroku + GCP cloud run
Next + Tailwind + TypeScript + AWS => Nextless.js SaaS Boilerplate
React, Next, Tailwind, Firebase, Vercel, Stripe
Can’t go wrong with that!
Spring Boot + Thymeleaf + MySQL + Bootstrap 4 + AWS + DigitalOcean ---> AcquireBase
Vue + Flask + MongoDB - https://yats.app
For OmniMoney, I'm using:
Next, Bulma, Firebase, Stripe, and Vercel. If I was starting over though I'd probably go with Material UI.
The current stack that I see in trend is:
Next + TailwindCSS + HarperDB
React, Firebase, NextJS
Keeping it super simple for https://mylinks.ai/
And we use a couple of APIs to make the site functional