Your codebase's tasks - like
test - don't run as fast as they could. Turborepo uses caching to turbocharge your local setup and speed up your CI.
Turborepo is designed to be incrementally adopted, so you can add it to most codebases in a few minutes.
Add to existing project
Create a new monorepo
Build a brand-new monorepo with shared packages powered by Turborepo.
Add to existing monorepo
Incrementally add Turborepo to your existing monorepo codebase.
Turborepo leverages advanced build system techniques to speed up development, both on your local machine and your CI/CD.
Never do the same work twice
Turborepo remembers the output of any task you run - and can skip work that's already been done.
The way you run your tasks is probably not optimized. Turborepo speeds them up with smart scheduling, minimising idle CPU's.
Turborepo works out-of-the-box with monorepo tools like
yarn. If you've ever felt that your monorepo slowed you down, it might be time for Turborepo.
Understand why monorepos don't scale - and why Turborepo is the solution.
Read the Monorepo Handbook
Learn the basics of monorepos before you dive in to Turborepo.
You can also clone a Turborepo starter repository to get a head start on your monorepo. For even more examples and starters, see the Turborepo examples directory on GitHub (opens in a new tab).
Minimal Turborepo example for learning the fundamentals.
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Monorepo with multiple SvelteKit apps sharing a UI Library
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