Power your Vue.js apps with a CMS

In this article, we explore how to build a CMS-powered blog with Vue.js. Our content will be stored in Sanity's data store and will be editable in the Sanity Studio.

ASHUTOSH KUMAR SINGH
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GraphQL vs REST: which API is best for your web app?

Are you planning to build an API for your web application and you don't know what architectural approach to take? In this article, we will describe REST and GraphQL APIs. We will see their features, advantages, disadvantages, and use cases.

Facundo Giuliani
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Hierarchies, Graphs, and Navigation

Hierarchies are handy for organizing, but they can also fence you in. Learn how to build them, when to use them, and why you might want to treat navigation as a separate concern.

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Top 5 rich-text React components
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This post discusses top 5 rich-text components for React.js, the pros and cons and how to use each in your next project

William Ugonna Imoh
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Make a Progressive Web App with React
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Learn how to create a PWA with Sanity and React. This is a step-by-step tutorial to help you go from idea to deployment. First, we'll define what PWAs are and how Sanity can help you power one, and then… a full tutorial!

Rico Kahler
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Run end-to-end test with Jest and Puppeteer

In this guide, you'll be learning how to test your React application with Jest and Puppeteer. It walks through installing, writing, and debugging test scripts on the home page of a website. Testing is very important when it comes to developing web applications. It helps to ensure that your application is free from bugs and your application is behaving as expected.

Tomi Adekanye
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