NEWS · November 3rd 2020

Sanity Starters: now available on Vercel

Sanity Starters are now available to deploy to Vercel.

Bryan Robinson

Bryan is a Developer Relations Specialist at Sanity.

When getting started with new technology, seeing examples of completed projects can inspire and guide your thinking. The goal of Sanity Starters is to get developers started on Sanity and front end technologies with just a few clicks. Now, we're excited to extend this jumpstart to Vercel. Dive in with an e-commerce starter with sub-second, live previews.

Vercel, the creators of the popular Next.js framework, is a platform that helps developers host static, dynamic, or hybrid apps. Their features pair well with Next.js, and we're excited to showcase how Sanity, Next.js, and Vercel work together.

Three new Vercel starters

A Next.js frontend and Sanity Studio spawned from Vercel Starters

We're releasing three new Next.js Starters, all deploying to Vercel. One Starter will get you started with your very own e-commerce store. Another will extend the functionality of a blog to add Comments to your Sanity dataset via Vercel's API routes. The third is the perfect base for getting your own Next.js project off the ground with just enough boilerplate to let your code shine.

Build your own Starters

The Starter API is also available for anyone wanting to create their own Starters using Sanity and Vercel. We've put together this guide to teach you how to convert your existing project to a Starter for your future efforts or to share with the world.