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Everything you need to build a Solid project, powered by solid-start;

Creating a project

# create a new project in the current directory
npm init solid@latest

# create a new project in my-app
npm init solid@latest my-app


Once you've created a project and installed dependencies with npm install (or pnpm install or yarn), start a development server:

npm run dev

# or start the server and open the app in a new browser tab
npm run dev -- --open


Solid apps are built with adapters, which optimise your project for deployment to different environments.

By default, npm run build will generate a Node app that you can run with npm start. To use a different adapter, add it to the devDependencies in package.json and specify in your vite.config.js.


Tests are written with vitest, @solidjs/testing-library and @testing-library/jest-dom to extend expect with some helpful custom matchers.

To run them, simply start:

npm test