Handling Previews in a Headless Architecture — Strapi and Next.js
There is an ongoing shift in content management from traditional CMS to headless CMS. A headless CMS allows you to completely separate your content management system from the presentation layer. The content is made available via API and can be consumed in any kind of frontend, from websites to mobile apps.
However, content creators need to preview their content before publishing it to production, meaning they need to wait for an entire build to complete before they can view their content. To solve this problem, a preview mode allows editors to view their changes on the fly.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn to implement a preview system when working with a headless CMS like Strapi. You’ll implement the frontend in Next.js for creating content previews.
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There is an ongoing shift in content management from traditional CMS to headless CMS. A headless CMS allows you to…
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