Private·P2P app starter

A foundational software for building P2P cross-platform apps, integrating key features like user profiles, navigation, authentication, notifications, support, and more.

P2P app starter?

P2P, or Peer-to-Peer apps, are all about connecting two types of people: those who have something to sell or a service to offer, and those who want to buy or use it. Look at apps like Airbnb, Uber, or Instacart for instance. They follow a simple yet powerful concept: some people have things to offer (like a room to rent, a car ride, or groceries to deliver) and others are looking for these exact things. This is the essence of the "supply and demand" model, deeply ingrained in both business and human nature. The app serves as a helpful middleman, linking these two groups. A P2P starter, therefore is essentially a foundational software created for building such apps. Its goal is to bring together all the essential features that any P2P app would need right from the start. This starter is about capturing and defining these commonalities and crafting them into a reusable, efficient starting point for any P2P app development.

Common features

In creating a P2P app starter, we aim to standardize certain features that are fundamental to these types of applications. Here are some key features that should exist in every project from the outset:

  1. Layout and Navigation Bars: A consistent layout with account and profile navigation suitable for both web and mobile interfaces.
  2. Authentication: Essential processes like login, sign-up, account recovery, and email/phone verification.
  3. Settings: Common settings including appearance, language preferences, security settings (like editing authentication info), device and session management, and notification preferences.
  4. Support System: Features for help, issue reporting, FAQs, user guides, and AI chat support.
  5. Notifications: Push notifications for updates, reminders, confirmations, and other important alerts.
  6. Profiles: Upon initial signup and authentication, users default to a 'demand' role with the option to create a 'supply' profile.
  7. Switch Profile: The ability to switch between 'demand' and 'supply' profiles, utilizing role-based access control.
  8. Blog System: A section for news, updates, stories, or educational content.
  9. Appearance: Theme options like dark, light, or system settings for user preference.
  10. Internationalization (i18n): Adaptability to various languages and regions, making the app globally accessible.
  11. Platforms: Availability across web, iOS, Android, tablets, desktop apps, and as a progressive web app (PWA).
  12. Legal Information: Access to terms of service, privacy policy, copyright information, and other legal requirements.
  13. Explore: A robust search functionality with filters for criteria like location, price, ratings, etc., often serving as the landing page.
  14. Booking: Features to book or schedule services, integrated with calendar functionalities.
  15. Payment Integration: Secure transaction processing with multiple payment options including credit/debit cards, digital wallets, mobile payment solutions, and in some cases, cash.
  16. Ratings and Reviews: A system for both 'demand' and 'supply' sides to rate and review each other.
  17. Accessibility Features: Ensuring the app is usable for people with different abilities.

Technical Stack and Architecture

The wibb36/starter is built on a robust and modern tech stack, ensuring flexibility, scalability, and ease of use. Here's a breakdown of the technologies used and their roles:


The repository is structured to support a seamless development experience:

Tech Stack

  • Turbo (Monorepo): Centralizes multiple packages and modules, facilitating easy management of complex projects.
  • Next.js (App Directory): Provides a server-side rendering (SSR) framework for React, enhancing SEO and performance.
  • Expo: Streamlines the process of building and deploying cross-platform mobile apps with React Native.
  • Supabase: Acts as a scalable backend providing database, authentication, and real-time functionalities.
  • Drizzle: Enhances state management, especially useful for handling complex application states.
  • tRPC: Simplifies the process of building typesafe APIs, leveraging TypeScript for end-to-end type safety.
  • Hono: Offers a lightweight and powerful framework for building efficient serverless functions.
  • Million.js: Aims for a minimalistic approach to virtual DOM, optimizing for speed and efficiency.
  • TailwindCSS: Provides a utility-first CSS framework for rapid and responsive UI development.
  • TypeScript: Used throughout the project to ensure type safety and improve the development experience.

Automatic Update

The wibb36/starter is not just a foundational tool for building P2P apps; it's a living project that continually evolves with new features, optimizations, and security enhancements. To ensure projects built using the starter can easily and effectively integrate these ongoing improvements, we've implemented an advanced Automatic Update feature. This feature allows your project to stay up-to-date with the latest advancements in wibb36/starter without the need for manual overhaul. Here's how it works:

Update Propagation System

  • Version Syncing: Our starter kit includes a version syncing system. Whenever wibb36/starter is updated, the system generates a version update notification that is sent to all dependent projects.

  • Selective Update Integration: Project maintainers can review the update details and selectively integrate changes. This allows for flexibility, ensuring that updates align with the specific needs and contexts of each project.

Streamlined Merge Process

  • Automated Pull Requests for Updates: For seamless integration, our system automatically creates pull requests in dependent projects with the latest changes from wibb36/starter. This includes updates to features, bug fixes, and performance enhancements.

  • Conflict Resolution Guidance: In cases where updates may conflict with existing customizations, our system provides guidance on resolving these conflicts, ensuring a smooth update process.

Customization Compatibility

  • Non-Intrusive Updates: The design of our updates respects the customizations made by projects. Non-intrusive updates mean that your unique features and modifications are preserved while still benefiting from the core improvements.

  • Backward Compatibility Assurance: We prioritize backward compatibility in our updates, ensuring that new changes do not disrupt the existing functionality of projects that were built on earlier versions of the starter kit.

By leveraging the Automatic Update feature of wibb36/starter, projects can consistently stay at the forefront of technology, security, and performance, ensuring a competitive and efficient P2P app experience.

Building the MVP

The Minimum Viable Product (MVP) will focus on delivering the core functionalities that define the P2P experience. This phase is about testing our assumptions, gathering user feedback, and preparing the groundwork for future iterations.


Our roadmap will outline the phases of development post-MVP. This includes scaling up features, integrating additional technologies, and expanding our market reach. It's a living document that will evolve based on user feedback and market trends.


Anticipated challenges include ensuring seamless integration across different platforms, maintaining high security and privacy standards, and continuously improving the user experience based on diverse user feedback. Staying ahead of technological advancements and adapting to changing user needs will also be crucial.