Usage with RedwoodJS
The easiest way to get started is to use one of the templates. All templates are configured correctly: they include PostCSS setup, ColorSchemeScript and other essential features. Some templates also include additional features like Jest, Storybook and ESLint.
If you are not familiar with GitHub, you can find a detailed instruction on how to bootstrap a project from a template on this page.
RedwoodJS template with basic setup
Follow Redwood getting started guide guide to create new Redwood application:
Note that it is recommended to use
yarn instead of
npm to install dependencies.
web directory before installing dependencies:
Choose packages that you will use in your application:
Hooks for state and UI management
Core components library: inputs, buttons, overlays, etc.
Form management library
Date inputs, calendars
Code highlight with your theme colors and styles
Rich text editor based on Tiptap
Capture files with drag and drop
Embla based carousel component
Overlay command center
Centralized modals manager
Install PostCSS plugins and postcss-preset-mantine:
postcss.config.js file in
web directory with the following content:
web/config/webpack.config.js file with the following content:
All set! Start development server: