Monorepos thatmake ship happen.

Turborepo is a high-performance build system for JavaScript and TypeScript codebases.

Trusted by teams from around the world

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Build like the best

Turborepo reimagines build system techniques used by Facebook and Google to remove maintenance burden and overhead.

Incremental builds

Building once is painful enough, Turborepo will remember what you've built and skip the stuff that's already been computed.

Content-aware hashing

Turborepo looks at the contents of your files, not timestamps to figure out what needs to be built.

Remote Caching

Share a remote build cache with your teammates and CI/CD for even faster builds.

Parallel execution

Execute builds using every core at maximum parallelism without wasting idle CPUs.

Zero runtime overhead

Turborepo won’t interfere with your runtime code or touch your sourcemaps.

Pruned subsets

Speed up PaaS deploys by generating a subset of your monorepo with only what's needed to build a specific target.

Task pipelines

Define the relationships between your tasks and then let Turborepo optimize what to build and when.

Meets you where you’re at

Using Lerna? Keep your package publishing workflow and use Turborepo to turbocharge task running.

Profile in your browser

Generate build profiles and import them in Chrome or Edge to understand which tasks are taking the longest.

Scaling your monorepo shouldn't be so difficult

Monorepos are incredible for productivity, especially on the frontend, but the tooling can be a nightmare. There's a lot of stuff to do (and things to mess up). Nothing “just works.” It's become completely normal to waste entire days or weeks on plumbing—tweaking configs, writing one-off scripts, and stitching stuff together.

We need something else.

A fresh take on the whole setup. Designed to glue everything together. A toolchain that works for you and not against you. With sensible defaults, but even better escape hatches. Built with the same techniques used by the big guys, but in a way that doesn't require PhD to learn or a staff to maintain.

With Turborepo, we're doing just that. We're abstracting the complex configuration needed for most monorepos into a single cohesive build system—giving you a world class development experience without the maintenance burden.

Jared Palmer
Jared Palmer
Jared Palmer
Founder of Turborepo

Loved by badass engineers

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Jon Gold

@jongold
Jun 28
@turborepo is the coolest javascript thing i've seen probably since an early prototype of Next.js

javascript fatigue is over
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Flávio Carvalho

@flavioukk
Jun 17
@turborepo cache hit in CI is the most satisfying thing ever, why hasn't anyone thought of this before lol
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Yangshun Tay

@yangshunz
Dec 12
Experimented with @turborepo on my Flow-based 4-package monorepo where each package contains lint, test and build commands:

- lint, test, build all files in series: ~75s
- lerna --parallel: ~62s
- turbo: ~35s (791ms on cache hit)

🤯 Impressive results! FULL TURBO!
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Paul Armstrong

@paularmstrong
Apr 26
Just saw @turborepo in action and gotta say: it looks amazing!
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Michael Edelman

@edelman215
Jun 30
10 runtime-diverse apps, 7 IAC stacks, 6 custom JSII CDK constructs, 5 third-party client wrappers, 2 auto-generated internal api sdks, a handful of utility/misc packages under management, & growing, in 1 monorepo--all in a day's work for @turborepo--no pain, all gain. 😻
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shadcn

@shadcn
Dec 12
Turborepo is really good at what it does: Ridiculously fast builds.
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Nate Moore

@n_moore
Dec 10
Finally! @astrodotbuild is now using@turborepo. ♥️⚡️
So glad it's open source now—congrats to @jaredpalmer and @vercel on the release!
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Miguel Oller

@ollermi
Mar 31
It's been a joy to use @turborepo. @jaredpalmer is building something truly wonderful for the JS community
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Elad Ossadon

@elado
Mar 31
If you build for web, leave everything and go see what @jaredpalmer is doing with @turborepo. One of the most exciting pieces of tech lately! The hype is real
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Christian 👨🏼‍💻

@christianjuth
Dec 10
Holy wow, I just rewrote my entire Lerna monorepo to use Turborepo and SWC, and it took me like maybe 20 minutes. This is insane. Literally, everything Vercel has backed/acquired/created makes development a little easier. But wow, it just blew my mind how easy this all is to use.
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Josh Larson

@jplhomer
Feb 16
Living that @turborepo life 😎