Your texts and images are crucial parts of your products and services. You shouldn’t keep them constrained to one platform or presentation.
Sanity keeps your content flexible and limber. Ready to outrun any new challenge.
I was absolutely blown away by my ability to structure content easily. The inline modules in the rich text editor really changed the game and elevated the experience, especially for the client.
Your assets should be treated as structured content too. Upload images and transform them on demand. Query for metadata like dominant colors, sizes, geo-location, and EXIF metadata.
It’s designed to be efficient for real-time collaborative interfaces and makes it possible to annotate rich text with data structures.
Allow users to embed any complex data type in rich text, just by specifying that it can go there.
Define styles for spoken language or internal links that produce errors when you break them.
No leftover markup to trip you up later. Just data as defined by your content model.
Decoupling content from presentation is a game-changer for everything from content optimization to editorial design.
It might sound like a contradiction. Yet the same properties that let Structured Content cleanly power modern web frameworks also extend the life of legacy systems into the age of connected services.