We maintained and upgraded several boilerplates that save our clients time and money. A boilerplate is a set of useful code laid over a foundation of open source technologies. Many times the boilerplate is proprietary connective code to help start a project quickly and easily.
In our case, we have a web application boilerplate that uses Laravel as an API (application protocol interface) and Vue as a front-end client. This codebase can easily serve as the application foundation for any business or industry. It has a lot of useful features built in, like a login page, forget password page, user roles, user permissions, and much more. It also has the integration between api and client pre-built.
In addition to our Laravel boilerplate, we have a website boilerplate that uses WordPress with which we can use to build marketing websites. This boilerplate includes both a blank WordPress theme and a blank WordPress plugin. It is the perfect blank slate to build any custom functionality you could want in a marketing site.
Both our boilerplates come with the specifications to build a server environment automatically. We call this ability infrastructure-as-code because we no longer need a devops engineer to build the infrastructure manually. We write code that specifies how a server is build and then an open source software can build the servers on the fly.