Simply copy and paste the following command line in your terminal to create your first Strapi project.
npx create-strapi-app my-project --quickstart
Today, we’re thrilled to announce our partnership with Cloudflare through the Cloudflare Deploy Hooks for Strapi.
We’re excited about this partnership with Cloudflare because it enables developers to abstract away the complexity of deploying changes to production for content teams. By using the Deploy Hook for Strapi, everyone can push new content and updates quickly and autonomously.
Knowing that the Jamstack architecture is gaining momentum together with Headless CMS like Strapi, Cloudflare announced Pages support for Deploy Hooks back in August 2021.
The Deploy Hook for Strapi allows you to connect and trigger deployments in Pages via updates made in your Strapi project. In other words, it means that you can easily configure Strapi webhooks to trigger deployments on events like autosave, manual save, and publish. Once the specified event happens, you can find a new deployment being triggered in the Pages dashboard automatically. That’s it. Content teams no longer need to rely on developers to push new changes to production. Get started
To learn more about how you can connect your Strapi project to Cloudflare Pages, check out the Deploy Hooks documentation.
Victor Coisne is VP Marketing at Strapi, the leading Open Source Headless CMS. As an open-source and developer community enthusiast, Victor has been working for Open Core B2B companies for more than a decade including 5+ years as Head of Community at Docker. In his free time, Victor enjoys spending time with friends, wine tasting, playing chess, tennis or soccer.