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Learn how to use Sanity to its full potential. Introductions, step-by-step tutorials, and deep dives into the many features of Sanity.

Third-party Packages in Sanity Studio V2

Studio v2

To get around our "modern language features" issue, we can tweak the Sanity Webpack configuration so that it uses babel to transpile the library files for our third-party libraries that are causing us problems.

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Formidable
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Creating a navigation schema

Studio v2

How to build a navigation schema that will allow multiple navigations for any type of content.

Lo Etheridge
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Guide to server-side rendering with Deno and React

Studio v2

In this tutorial, we will take a look at server-side rendering with Deno and React. To get a proper hang of the fundamental concepts, we will start by discovering what Deno is, and how it compares to Node in terms of security, package management, and so on.

Oluyemi Olususi
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How to Create a Progressive Web Application with Vue and Sanity

Studio v2

In this article, you will learn how to build a simple web application with Vue.js, query your data from Sanity, and make it a Progressive Web Application (PWA) by installing the PWA plugin. In making it a PWA, the app will be able to be installed on mobile phones.

Olawanle Joel
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Headless Ecommerce Tutorial with (Sanity and) the Shopify API

Studio v2

In this article, we are going to create a website with Next.js. We will create a headless Shopify Store using Shopify's Storefront API and combine this with data from an instance of Sanity.

Jamie Bradley
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Build an e-commerce site with the Stripe API

Studio v2

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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Power your Vue.js apps with a CMS

Studio v2

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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