Vercel Announces Acquisition of Turborepo, Accelerating Speed ​​of Web Development and Delivery by Eliminating the Complexity of Front-End Codebase Scalability

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SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Vercel, the leading platform for developing, previewing, and serving websites and creator of Next.js, today announced the acquisition of Turborepo, a high-performance build system for single-repos JavaScript and TypeScript that enables teams to easily scale their code bases and accelerate build speeds. Starting today, existing Turborepo customers will have a seamless migration path to move from Turborepo’s cloud-based caching infrastructure to Vercel, and Turborepo CLI is now open source under an MPL license. 2.0. Jared Palmercreator of Turborepo and popular open source projects such as Formik and TSDX, will continue to work on accelerating Turborepo’s capabilities and lead the build performance team at Vercel.

“We saw incredible complexity in the way most frontend development teams build, test and deploy their code and decided to create the best way to build and evolve a frontend code base. Turborepo gives developers the ability to handle this complexity without the maintenance burden that comes with traditional monorepo architectures,” Palmer said. “Combining Turborepo with Vercel’s build time and build infrastructure bridges the gap between what every developer needs and what, until now, only hyperscalers had. It’s kind of magical, and also really, really, really ridiculously fast. It’s the platform of the future of web-based business.”

Turborepo has clear synergies with Vercel, which pioneered the concept of zero configuration in the React space with Next.js, and in delivering content with state-of-the-art features and deployment, allowing teams to focus exclusively on their product. Turborepo provides zero configuration for monorepos, carefully removing the complexity and burden of scale and maintenance so development teams can ship faster and focus on exceeding user expectations.

“CI/CD times went from over 20 minutes to under eight minutes when we started using Turborepo, with some tasks taking less than a minute depending on the number of transitive dependencies,” said Miguel Oller, co -founder of Makeswift. “We saw a 65% improvement in overall pipeline time after the first month.”

The main features and benefits of Turborepo include:

  • Monorepo support without configuration

  • Microfrontend reference solution

  • Faster incremental and smart builds

  • Better monorepo development

“The platform that Jared created and the speed it enables Vercel users is truly a game-changer for front-end developers,” said Guillermo Rauch, CEO of Vercel. “Optimizing runtime and build performance allows us to very simply set a new global build performance maximum for the web. I look forward to working closely with Jared as we continue to change the very nature web development and see what our users will build with Vercel.

For more information, see Vercel’s blog on Turborepo.

About Turborepo

Turborepo is the best way to scale front-end codebases, abstracting the complex setup needed for most monorepos into one cohesive build system. Designed for teams of all sizes, it provides users with a world-class development experience without any configuration and without the burden of maintenance. Turborepo offers incremental builds, remote caching and remote execution, and is easy to adopt. Most importantly, Turborepo is FAST, allowing developers to reduce build times by 50-85%. For more information, visit our website or find us on Twitter at @turborepo.

About Vercel

Vercel is the leading advocate and enabler of the front-end developer experience, having created the best platform to deploy any front-end website or application and Next.js, the most popular React framework. Vercel offers unparalleled vertical integration, from developer experience to edge delivery, with the industry’s most advanced development tools combined with parallel computing in a serverless cloud environment providing a fully managed and highly automated experience for developers. developers and users. Companies such as Carhartt, GitHub, Hulu, IBM, McDonald’s, Uber and Facebook deploy their interfaces with the Vercel platform. Vercel (Twitter @vercel) is headquartered in San Francisco.

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