Guides

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

Roboto Sanity top tip: the Grandma test

Whether you're a champion at building schemas or a complete novice, this top (in our opinion) has helped us simplify our schema workflow

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Tips and tricks for building Sanity schema efficiently

Whether it's a page builder you're looking to create, or an article with authors, read time etc. We've got the starting point for you with this Sanity schema tips and tricks.

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Choosing the right Sanity CMS Agency

We try and help by breaking down important aspects to look for when choosing an agency for building a Sanity CMS powered website/webapp.

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Adding things to Portable Text - From block content schema to React component

This Guide will lead you through the all the steps you need to level-up your use of Portable Text: from setting up block content, adding custom blocks and renderers for the Portable Text Editor in your studio. But also help you query for everything and render your awesome content in React!

Saskia Bobinska
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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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How to dynamically create a sitemap with Sanity and Remix

In this article we explain how we use Sanity and Remix to dynamically create sitemaps. The example used is from Heavybit, a developer tools VC in San Francisco.

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