1 Netlify tool

Netlify Deploy

Official(made by Sanity team)

Sanity Studio Dashboard Widget for triggering Netlify builds.

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12 Netlify starters

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Blog with Eleventy

Official(made by Sanity team)

A simple blog starter with an Eleventy front-end.

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HeySugar (Gatsby)

An open-source, self hosted, blood sugar tracker for type one and type two diabetics. Developed with Sanity and built with Gatsby.

Jamie Bradley
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Kitchen Sink

Official(made by Sanity team)

Sanity.io’s ever-evolving feature-rich demonstration studio. Fully customizable examples of page building, blog template and more examples with a React.js front-end.

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Blog with Gatsby

Official(made by Sanity team)

Fully customizable blog template with a Gatsby & React.js front-end.

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Gatsby Theme Catalyst Bery

A minimalist personal blog featuring a Gatsby frontend and SANITY backend with automatic RSS feeds, and sortable posts.

Eric Howey
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Gatsby Theme Catalyst

A minimalist integration of Gatsby and SANITY designed as a starting point to accelerate your development workflow.

Eric Howey
Go to Gatsby Theme Catalyst

6 Netlify guides

Form submission using Gatsby, SANITY, Netlify and React Hook Form

A walk through of creating a contact form in Gatsby that submits to both an email address and a backend database using SANITY. The form itself will be built using React Hook Form and also integrate with Netlify forms.

This is an external link at:www.erichowey.dev
Eric Howey
Go to Form submission using Gatsby, SANITY, Netlify and React Hook Form

Adding Sanity CMS to Jungle.js & deploy

Jungle.js is a new SSG framework for Svelte that I'm really excited about. It definately needs to prove itself, but I think it has a bright future! Today I'm going to be showing you how you can add Sanity CMS as a data source for a Jungle powered blog.

This is an external link at:stordahl.dev
Jacob Størdahl
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21 Netlify projects made with Sanity

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Why Mums Don't Jump

Podcast website, plus blog and custom player. Built with Gatsby with a custom source plugin for TransistorFM.

Paul Brickles
Go to Why Mums Don't Jump

The Agnes

A high end rental real estate site built with Gatsby, Sanity and Shopify that pulls in listing data via API and includes a headless Shopify shop.

David Gross
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Eugenie Detroit

Eugenie is a Detroit-based women’s boutique that is centered in sustainable fashion.

Lucas Vocos
Go to Eugenie Detroit

Urdal

Portfolio for designer/journalist Thea Urdal

Elise Jakobsen
Go to Urdal
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