Chapter 2: Introduction to Sanity

Throughout this book, we will build a news and events website and make use of as a structured content framework. We will explore how to create and manage content and new types of content by adding custom fields, defining validation rules for the fields, and customizing Sanity Studio. We will also learn how to source our content to a frontend framework through the Graph-Relational Object Queries (GROQ) query language and GraphQL.

We will make use of JavaScript React-based Gatsby as our frontend framework and we will run through the components of the framework, showing how to manage routes, pages, and single components such as images, calendars, forms, listings, and more.

We will host the application ...

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