I contributed to some open source projects including, MeteorJS, Storybook & Next.js.
I am following RedwoodJS development for a while & I really like new ideas like Cell + Storybook integration, etc.
I’m just getting-started with Redwood. Not sure how I can help you as of now, but I try to help in one way or another.
Great to see you here in the forums, @arunoda! And looking forward to your Redwood Livestream tomorrow:
For those who don’t know Arunoda, he might be slightly underselling his “contributions to open source projects”. For example, here’s a screenshot from the Next.js README:
Welcome @arunoda! We are in august company.
Okay. I went through the tutorial, and I think I made some good progress.
I couldn’t do the authentication part, which I wanted to try out Today. But I’ll do it later.
Here’s a summary:
- I like how the router works, including page navigation - especially the use to
- Cells are pretty cool for data fetching
- Scaffolding is nice
- Things will be harder for someone who never used GraphQL & Prisma earlier. (Maybe find a way to abstract all these initially)
- Want to know how to use CSS. (Better to add that in the tutorial)
I will post more as I go through RedwoodJS.