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The Sanity Studio – Collaborate in real-time on structured content

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Build with Structured Content

Sanity.io is the platform for structured content. It comes with an open-source editing environment called Sanity Studio that you can customize with JavaScript and a real-time hosted data store. Sanity has generous included quotas – so getting started is free.

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Quickstart

Get started from the command line:

npm i -g @sanity/cli && sanity init

Or go to sanity.io/create to get started from the browser in minutes.

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Key Features

Sanity Studio

Sanity Studio

Sanity Studio is an open source headless real-time CMS, that you can customize with JavaScript and React.

Developer Experience

Developer experience

Structured content

Structured Content

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Code of Conduct

We aim to be an inclusive, welcoming community for everyone. To make that explicit, we have a code of conduct that applies to communication around the project.

Want to contribute?

Found a bug, or want to contribute code? Pull requests and issues are most welcome. Read our contributing guidelines to learn how.

License

Sanity Studio is available under the MIT License

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Jack GardnerLondon, UK1 Rating1 Review
7 months ago
Great Documentation
Highly Customizable

I've used Sanity in production to create a CMS serving data to an app & a statically generated website. I love how customisable it is, you can create almost any data structure you want, and the structure is all in code so it's all in version control. We use a couple of environments (datasets). I've installed a bunch of the Sanity plugins and they all work pretty well. I've also created a custom input which grabs and stores data from Google Places API, which didn't take long. I'm not a fan of their GROQ query syntax as I would feel too tied in to the ecosystem, but they provide a performant GraphQL option. The best bit about Sanity is their scalable pricing, which I really struggled to find with other hosted CMS platforms. Others offer a decent free tier and suddenly you're paying hundreds a month. Sanity offers a decent free tier and then you just pay for overages, unless you want to upgrade to their fairly reasonable paid tier.


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Knut MelværOslo, Norway5 Ratings0 Reviews
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November 25, 2020
Great Documentation
Easy to Use
Performant
Highly Customizable
Bleeding Edge
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