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Sanity Webhooks and On-demand Revalidation in Nextjs

Learn how to set up and trigger content updates in your Sanity Headless CMS site built in Nextjs using on-demand revalidation and GROQ-powered webhooks for delivering fast and non-cached content updates

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Victor Eke
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Awesome custom input component for metadata

Add values for title, alt text and description to image assets through a custom input component with validation and all! (Code in JS & TS)

Saskia Bobinska
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Clean Your GROQ

Learn the best practices for cleaning Groq queries to improve data accuracy and speed up the query processing time. Discover tips for streamlining and optimizing your queries for maximum efficiency.

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A/B testing with Sanity and LaunchDarkly

We use Sanity to build fast websites that rank on the Google search engine and attract users. A/B testing is a great way to find out what content fits better with your target users, so integrating it on Sanity is a great way to test your content with real users before going live with them.

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Tinloof
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A micro-client for Sanity

In this article, we’ll go through creating a pair of utility functions wrapping the Sanity JavaScript client to query data without losing your sanity.

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Kitty Giraudel
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Build an e-commerce site with the Stripe API

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In this tutorial, we'll make a no-frills "merch store" for a personal blog using the Stripe API, Next.js, and Sanity. We'll leverage Stripe's fantastic checkout platform to redirect our customers to Stripe's servers for their checkout process.

Joe Holmes
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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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