NodeJS SaaS Template - TypeScript, Koa and Postgres

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Volca is a NodeJS SaaS Template written in TypeScript. It comes with pages and components for payments, authentication and project management. Launch your product quicker by using our SaaS boilerplate instead of spending weeks building the foundation for your product yourself. Volca was built using experienced NodeJS developers who has worked from some of the top technology startups in Europe.

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FAQ

What is a NodeJS SaaS Boilerplate?

A nodejs SaaS boilerplate is a pre-built framework for developing a software as a service (SaaS) application using the node.js runtime environment. Node.js is a popular open-source JavaScript runtime environment that is widely used for building scalable, high-performance web applications. A NodeJS SaaS boilerplate typically includes the necessary components and functionalities for building a SaaS application, such as user management, authentication, payment processing, and deployment tools. By using a NodeJS SaaS boilerplate, developers can quickly and easily create a SaaS application without having to start from scratch, and focus on building the unique features and functionality of their application.

What if I regret my purchase?

We have a generous return policy. If you are not happy with the NodeJS SaaS boilerplate and you do not plan on using it for your project, we will refund you.

How do I host Volca?

The Volca SaaS boilerplate comes with AWS infrastructure as code written using AWS CDK. The infrastructure deploys automatically through GitHub Actions.

How does it work?

Once you have purchased Volca, you will receive a download link to the code. Once you have downloaded code, simply fire up your favorite editor and start building your product. Our documentation will take you through the initial configuration process.

Benefits of Using NodeJS to Build a SaaS

There are several benefits to using node.js, including:

  1. Node.js is lightweight and fast, which makes it well-suited for building high-performance, scalable web applications.

  2. Node.js uses an event-driven, non-blocking I/O model, which makes it efficient and enables it to handle a large number of concurrent connections with a single server.

  3. Node.js has a large and active developer community, which means that there are many resources available for learning and support, and a wide range of third-party modules and libraries that can be used to extend its functionality.

  4. Node.js is built on top of JavaScript, which is a widely-used and well-known programming language, so many developers are already familiar with it and can easily learn to use node.js.

  5. Node.js is open-source and free to use, which makes it a cost-effective solution for developing web applications.

Benefits of TypeScript

  1. TypeScript is a typed language, which means that it allows you to define the types of variables, functions, and object properties, and catch errors before your code is executed. This can help you write more robust and maintainable code.

  2. TypeScript is a superset of JavaScript, which means that it includes all the features of JavaScript, and also adds new features that are not available in JavaScript. This allows you to use the latest and most advanced language features, and write code that is more expressive and easier to understand.

  3. TypeScript is compiled, which means that it is converted into plain JavaScript that can be executed by any modern web browser or JavaScript runtime. This means that you can use TypeScript to write code that is more scalable and performant than plain JavaScript.

  4. TypeScript has a strong type system, which provides a number of tools and features that can help you write better code, such as type inference, interfaces, and classes. These tools can help you avoid common errors, and make your code more readable and maintainable.

  5. TypeScript has excellent support for modern JavaScript features, such as modules, arrow functions, and destructuring, as well as upcoming features, such as async/await and optional chaining. This allows you to write code that is more concise and easy to understand, and that is forward-compatible with future versions of JavaScript