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For this startup I used RedwoodJS, because I was interested if it can help me to create something faster than the previous stack I used (Next.js for the Frontend + Nest.js for the Backend). So far the conclusion is that the learning progress was really fast and development was also really fast since I didn't need to switch between two repositories.
Tech Stack Notes:
-Digital Ocean for hosting everything
-RedwoodJS for frontend and backend
-Graphql for querying data
-PostgreSQL as database
-Stripe for payment
-Github for code repository and deployment
Also check out the fourth startup from @sonnypgs.
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