Oh this is AMAZING – how did I only find out about that now??
I remember having this conversation with a ton of developers - most of them maintain this is not needed, they can write it themselves, it’s a blackbox, etc. etc.
But in my experience, in all webapps you need 1) user management and 2) admin interface. And barely ever are your requrements so specific that they justify rewriting all this from scratch over and over again. Therefore I’ve always been a fan of Python/Django having the admin interface included out of the box. In Ruby/Rails there was ActiveAdmin and one more simiar project, but there have always been some problems with them and they had pretty opinionated ugly design Recently I’ve been a fan of Strapi (built on Koa.js) for quick bootstraping apis (hence the name “stapi”) when prototyping.
What I’m trying to say is thank you, and keep up the great work, it’s worthy!