Project setup

Getting started


Before you can start using, you need to have the following tools installed on your machine:

Also, make sure you have the following accounts set up:

Clone the Repository

To begin, clone the repository to your local machine using the following command in your terminal:

Replace [project-name] with your project name

Make sure to replace [project-name] with the name of your project.

Using the Template

Create a new repository from this template on GitHub. After creating the repository, clone it to your local machine using the following command:

git clone [repository-url]

Replace [repository-url] with the URL of the repository you created from the template.


git clone [project-name]

Using SSH

git clone [project-name]

Move into the Project Directory

cd [project-name]

Set your Own Remote

Skip this step if you are using the template repository.

After cloning the repository, you should set your own remote to push your changes to your own repository. You can do this using the following commands:

git remote set-url origin [your-repository-url]

Add the upstream remote

To receive updates from the repository, you need to add the upstream remote to your Git repository. You can do this using the following commands:


git remote add upstream

Using SSH

git remote add upstream

Install Dependencies

Once you have the project on your local machine, move into the project directory and install the necessary dependencies using Yarn:

yarn install

Fill in the Environment Variables

Next, you need to fill in the environment variables. Copy the .env.example file to .env.local and fill in the required values:

cp .env.example .env.local

For more information on setting up environment variables, refer to the Environment Variables documentation.

Start the Development Server

After the installation is complete, you're ready to start developing! Run the following command to start your local development server:

yarn dev

The development server will start, and you can access your project at http://localhost:3000.

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