Testimonials / Love
Do you love or hate tRPC? Feel free to ping @alexdotjs on Twitter
For more testimonials, see this Twitter collection: https://twitter.com/alexdotjs/timelines/1441435105910796291
Tried out trpc for the first time yesterday. The fact that you get type safety WITHOUT codegen is extremely compelling. It makes the feedback loop very very fast.— Matt Pocock (@mattpocockuk) June 17, 2022
Sort of wishing I had used this instead of graphql for my last project. https://t.co/xPPIJ5Zqa3
That being said, we _are_ starting a production project right now, and we're using @nextjs with @trpcio . It's so good I don't even know where to start 🔥. Probably with the e2e type-safety 😍— Dominik 🇺🇦 (@TkDodo) September 23, 2022
Haven't thought about client state much but the former probably applies.
The amount that tRPC has improved the quality of our code, the speed of our delivery, and the happiness of our devs is hard to comprehend.— Theo - t3.gg (@t3dotgg) September 19, 2022
I know I shill it a lot but seriously, please try @trpcio
I've used @trpcio for exactly 5 seconds, and I can already tell - it is the _best_ way to consume first-party APIs with React Query.— R. Alex Anderson 🚀 (@ralex1993) August 8, 2022
Why? The "t" - TypeScript means you get end-to-end type safety PLUS auto-complete for your query keys everywhere, like `invalidateQueries`.
tRPC - Safe API between your client and server 🔥— Minko Gechev (@mgechev) July 18, 2022
I *LOVE* this project!
If you're building your client and server with TypeScript, tRPC allows you to have static verification of your communication protocol with *zero* overhead on the client.https://t.co/qsyjD9et3R
tRPC is super cool. Mucho magic there and good magic at that.— Tanner Linsley (@tannerlinsley) March 26, 2022
Hah, we just did our first endpoint, returned some mock data from a resolver and got instant autocomplete in the client. Everyone's heads went 🤯🥳— Marcus Rådell 🦀 (@marcusradell) June 10, 2021
for my money, Zod + @HookForm + tRPC has been the best stack for building typesafe forms for nearly three years now— Colin McDonnell (@colinhacks) February 26, 2023
what are the other challengers? https://t.co/qFxfjzg0fa
We built a nextjs website with trpc and it has worked wonderful 🙌 [...]— cNille Aug 11, 2021
Hi - have just started using trpc and it is 👌 [...]— mmkal July 22, 2021
Hey @KATT - love the approach you have taken with this. Proper type sharing in Next.js projects is something I have been trying to achieve for a while and your solution here ticks all the boxes. [...]— dangreaves June 2, 2021
First of all I want to say thank you very much for making this library! I was already looking for a library like this for quite some time. [...]— simonedelmann May 17, 2021
Hi there, thanks for this library! I'm checking it out and appreciate how it feels like a much more lightweight approach to my typical Prisma-Nexus-Apollo-GQL Codegen stack. [...]— lostfictions June 24, 2021
Thank you for the quick fix and the amazing project 💯— mgranderath May 3, 2021