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Tips for running a Studio locally with the Netlify CLI and resolving CORS error.

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Last updated: Mar 20, 2021
Anyone have tips for running a Studio locally with the netlify CLI? I want to ship functions with the studio and need to develop them locally, but I get a "Not Found" printed in the DOM (no console errs) when running "netlify dev" in the studio root. Here's the netlify.toml
  from = "/*"
  to = "/"
  status = 200

  functions = "functions"
  base = "studio"
  publish = "studio/dist"
  command = "npm run build"
Feb 28, 2021, 6:53 PM
Hi!The Netlify CLI can automatically identify the framework used. But Sanity is not on the list. You need to add the configuration manually to netlify.toml, something like this

  command = "yarn dev"
  port = 8888
  targetPort = 3333
  publish = "dist" 
  autoLaunch = true
  framework = "#custom"
Mar 1, 2021, 7:10 AM
Mar 1, 2021, 7:11 AM
Thanks User! I’ll give this a try
Mar 1, 2021, 2:36 PM
Finally getting back to this project and I'm a bit confused as to how the netlify dev environment is supposed to have sanity/core installed in order to run sanity start?
user S
the config you sent is definitely appropriate and starts up the server, but then I see this error
@sanity/core not installed in current project
Project-specific commands not available until you run `sanity install`

Error: "start" is not available outside of a Sanity project context.
Run the command again within a Sanity project directory, where "@sanity/core"
is installed as a dependency.
Mar 20, 2021, 3:15 AM
strange, I've just tried running ntl dev and it works for me. but I didn't try the serverless functions:
Mar 20, 2021, 10:03 AM
simply forgot to install dependancies 😅 got the studio running with Netlify CLI now, however I get a Sanity CORS error when trying to open the studio on the Netlify defined port (8888). I can open it through the targetPort (3333) though. I have both 8888 and 3333 defined in the Sanity API settings, but I'm still getting this cors error. Weird!
Mar 20, 2021, 7:21 PM
Moved localhost:8888 to "Allow Credentials" and got the studio to open properly! Thanks again
user S
Mar 20, 2021, 7:31 PM

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