Enterprise-ready SaaS Starter Kit is a Next.js based SaaS Starter Kit that can save hundreds of development hours while building enterprise-ready SaaS apps.
Check out the video tutorial that walks through setting up your local environment and running enterprise-ready features the SaaS kit offers.
SAML stands for Security Assertion Markup Language. It is an XML-based open standard for transferring identity data between an identity provider (IdP) and a service provider (SP).
Single Sign On (SSO) allows your customers to manage their team's users outside your built-in user table.
SAML SSO is integrated with the help of SAML Jackson
Directory Sync (SCIM)
Directory sync helps organizations automate the provisioning and de-provisioning of their users.
As a result, it streamlines the user lifecycle management process by saving valuable organizational hours, creating a single truth source of the user identity data, and facilitating them to keep the data secure.
Directory Sync is integrated with the help of SAML Jackson
Provide enterprise customers with the ability to record and search events that happen within your application. With our simple integration, you can become compliant fast and save your team from building complex solutions from scratch.
Organizations gain the ability to monitor the flow of data and be alerted to any breaches. Audit logs help to pinpoint any misuse of information and ensure that data policies are followed.
Webhooks & Events
Webhooks are a way for systems to notify external applications that a specific event has occurred in your SaaS app without receiving a request.
Webhooks are a great solution if the client does not know when an event will occur and wants to be notified in real-time.
Webhook is integrated with the help of Svix
Teams describe the functionality that enables modern software to be coordinated and managed.
Through Teams, SaaS app users invite others to collaboratively use the application with them by creating an account.
Now, let's take a look at the other conventional features that the SaaS kit provides. 🥇
- Create account
- Sign in with Email and Password
- Sign in with Magic Link
- Sign in with SAML SSO
- Sign in with Google [Setting up Google OAuth]
- Sign in with GitHub [Creating a Github OAuth App]
- Directory Sync (SCIM)
- Update account
- Create team
- Invite users to the team
- Manage team members
- Update team settings
- Webhooks & Events
- Audit logs
- Roles and Permissions
- Dark mode
Please follow these simple steps to get a local copy up and running.
Clone or fork this GitHub repository
git clone https://github.com/boxyhq/saas-starter-kit.git
2. Go to the project folder
3. Install dependencies
4. Set up your .env file
cp .env.example .env
5. Set up database schema
npx prisma db push
6. Start the server
In a development environment:
npm run dev
7. Start the Prisma Studio
Prisma Studio is a visual editor for the data in your database.
npx prisma studio
Contributions make the open-source community a fantastic place to learn, inspire, and create. Any contributions are greatly appreciated by the whole community.
We encourage and invite users and community members to contribute to the saas-starter-kit repository.
For more help or if you have a question about getting started building a SaaS app please join our Community Discord.