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Headless CMS: Building Apps with Nuxt and Sanity
- Guide

This article explains what Sanity is all about and how to build a simple books list app. Sanity CMS stores our content, which will be editable in Sanity Studio. We will make this app with Nuxt and style it using pure CSS.

Olawanle Joel
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How to setup a staging website with SANITY
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Edit code and make revisions without fear - deploy a staging website with SANITY spaces API.

This is an external link at:www.erichowey.dev
Eric Howey
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Top 5 rich-text React components
- Guide

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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How to discover your content’s hidden mental model
- Guide

Official(made by Sanity team)

Learn how to get your team on the same page with content. The guide for setting scope, finding the right words, and making sense out of what you have.

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Why content modeling is important
- Guide

Official(made by Sanity team)

Learn how content modeling can help your team find consensus and uncover hidden opportunities.

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What is content modeling?
- Guide

Official(made by Sanity team)

Learn the fundamentals of content modeling. Who’s involved, what it‘s like, and how it helps you build better content.

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How to Make Taxonomy Pages With Gatsby and Sanity.io
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Official(made by Sanity team)

In this tutorial, we’ll cover how to make taxonomy pages with Gatsby with structured content from Sanity.io.

This is an external link at:css-tricks.com
Knut Melvær
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