The goal is to make it easier to contribute to Redwood, create a ‘canonical’ functional first project that you can have an application running in a couple of minutes, and see how cool Redwood is. With good documentation guiding new contributors on how to do this.
And how to do it? As proposed by @thedavid, the idea is to have a script that uses create-redwood-app.js, apply codemods and run the application.
At this moment, we are trying to figure out what people (you) would like to see in this app.
- A simple TODO application
- A bit more complex shopping
- A blog
This decision directly impacts how this app is expandable and the ‘showcase’ of the features. Also, it might be a good opportunity to have features like authentication, prerendering, set, layouts, etc.
So, the question is: if you were starting to contribute to Redwood and have a ‘canonical’ project to start looking at some code/features, what you would like to see?