Oct 08, 2023
Vite.js stands out in the world of build systems, offering unparalleled speed and developer experience. Its unique approach to front-end development leverages modern browser features and native ES modules, enabling blazing-fast development and hot module replacement (HMR) right out of the box. Whether you're working on a single-page application (SPA) or a complex web project, Vite.js ensures your workflow remains swift and efficient.
In this guide, we'll dive into harnessing Vite.js for your project and explore how it seamlessly integrates with Stormkit for deployment, resulting in a seamless end to end experience.
Quick start guide using React for statically generated websites
Run the following command to create a new Vite.js project:
npm create vite@latest
(Alternatively, you can use pnpm or yarn)
Push the project to your preferred git provider.
Connect to Stormkit and import your project.
Click to Deploy button
That is it, for existing projects using webpack you can follow our migration guide
There's a wide array of possibilities with Vite.js. We've created a template project capable of server-side rendering, generating static pages, serving single-page applications, and providing an API using plain React and Vite.js.