In this chapter, we learned the basics of our Next.js application setup, which has been configured to work with TypeScript. Then, we learned about absolute imports, which will make it easier to move files around. We also overviewed ESLint and Prettier and made them static code analysis tools so that they can run checks before committing the changes to our repository by using lint-staged and Husky.
Finally, we learned what our project structure will look like. We learned that the best way is to group code by features. We also defined an ESLint rule to enforce importing code from a feature in a specific way and prevent cyclic dependencies to make the code base clean and easy to reason about.
In the next chapter, we will create the shared components that will act as the baseline for our application’s user interface.