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Get better at using Sanity Studio

Already using Sanity Studio and want to get faster at editing content, we got you some tips for improving your workflow

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Gearing up with Sanity in 2024

Thinking of learning Sanity in 2024, here's our top tips to get you up and running in record time. Don't worry, we'll save you the stress of Typescript generation, naming conventions & our best practices

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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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How to build a Portfolio Site with Sanity and Next.js

Learn how to build a portfolio site with Sanity and Next.js 13 and also explore how to setup GROQ-powered webhooks for deployment

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Victor Eke
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Setting up live preview for sanity on next 13.4 using drafts mode

You've read the changelog, you watched the announcement and you're feeling pumped. About to jump into a Next 13.4 & Sanity environment, well hold your horses and read this first.

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How to implement Multi-tenancy with Sanity

In this guide, you’ll see how Sanity separates organizations, projects, datasets, and members by working through a hypothetical example of a growing company that can expand its content model as they grow – without needing a complete overhaul.

Simeon Griggs
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Who Needs a Head? Headless CMS and the Race for Content Velocity

Discover how a headless CMS can boost your content velocity, streamline collaboration, and revolutionise content creation with structured content. Unleash the power of headless.

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