The SvelteKit Boilerplate for Tools, SaaS and AI apps.
Focus on building and shipping your product, not on setting up your tech stack.
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Auth + DB
ORM & Migrations
Payments & Billing
Transactional & Marketing Emails
GPT-4 Turbo and more
Meta tags, favicons and more
Easy as:Use this template
Launch Leopard comes with all the tech you need to launch your product within a day
Build your full-stack app with ease with SvelteKit and TypeScript.
Accept payments with Stripe. Handle invoicing, subscription, billing and more.
User authentication with handled with Auth.js or Supabase, including social logins like Google, Github and Apple.
Use any SQL database with Drizzle ORM and get fast and lightweight queries. Or use Supabase for an easy db setup.
Pre-built components, like modals, navs, dropdowns, pricing and hero sections. Built using TailwindCSS and DaisyUI.
Use Loops to send transactional and marketing emails. Send login links, invoices and email campaigns.
Use the OpenAI API to generate text, images, transcripts, speech and more. Includes 4 demos with GPT-4 Turbo, Dall-E 3 and more.
Easily setup metatags, favicons and auto generate a sitemap.xml for SEO.
All code is accessible and customizable. Use different tech? No problem, just remove the parts you don’t need.
Get access to the docs and Discord community to help you build your product. Tutorials, guides and more.
A ChatGPT Plus GPT trained on the docs to help you build your product. Ask questions and get answers.
I am a maker and a developer from the Netherlands. 2 Years ago I found Svelte and instantly fell in love with it. Since then, I use SvelteKit for all my projects and products. Including Audiogest.
I realized I used the same tech stack for all my projects and wanted a faster way to launch new products.
That's why I created Launch Leopard. It:
Currently Launch Leopard is TypeScript only
Yes! All tech is optional, you can use the parts you want and leave out the rest. You'll probably have to do some manual setup/changes though. SvelteKit will always be the core framework.
Yes! Just use the Supabase boilerplate and you are good to go.