Summary of My Stack Kinda Sucks - The WORST Of T3 Stack

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The video discusses the drawbacks of using the T3 stack for web development. The main issues are that it is not type safe and can be slow on first load. The author recommends using the stack if you need to build a full stack solution quickly, but advises against it if you are new to web development.

  • 00:00:00 The T3 stack is great for general use, but has several limitations. Prisma is a heavy dependency, and trpc is not the fastest solution.
  • 00:05:00 The author of the video discusses the limitations of the trpc library for building web applications. He mentions that the library is limited in its ability to handle large code bases, that it is difficult to find good documentation, and that the Edge worker runtime is buggy.
  • 00:10:00 The author of this video has some complaints about Next JS, including that it is a difficultframework to use for static content, that it is not great for server-side props, and that data loading patterns are trash. However, they still consider Next JS to be a greatframework.
  • 00:15:00 The video presenter discusses why they don't like the T3 stack, citing its stateless nature, lack of consistent solution space, and high initial costs. They mention Versa, Tailwind, and Planet Scale as alternatives.
  • 00:20:00 The T3 stack has opinions on various areas of development, including modularity, testing, and SSR. While the stack prescribes certain methods for accomplishing these goals, it does not mandate that developers use them. Ultimately, it is up to each developer to decide which methods work best for their app.
  • 00:25:00 The video discusses the drawbacks of using a T3 stack, specifically that it is not type safe and can block for three seconds on first load.
  • 00:30:00 The author of this video argues that the typescript stack, which includes typescript, the type safe database, and the JavaScript underneath, can be difficult to learn and performance can be poor. The author also argues that the learning curve is small, and that the biggest pitfall is people not using the trpc docs to learn about react query.
  • 00:35:00 The author discusses their stack, which may not be for everyone. They recommend using the stack if you need to build a full stack solution quickly and scales well. They also recommend joining the Discord chat to discuss stack issues and see how others are using the stack.

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