Simply copy and paste the following command line in your terminal to create your first Strapi project.
npx create-strapi-app my-project
It's been quite the year for the Strapi Community. With big feature releases and a major version jump to v4, you trusted the Strapi blog as your source of truth for all things Strapi. This year we published more than 170 blog posts with more than half of those coming from you, our Community. In this article, we'll look at some of the most-read blog posts from 2021. It was great to see what resonates with the Strapi Community as a lot of these blog posts speak to what you like the most about Strapi. So there might just be a bit of extra insight at the end.
In this article, Maxime talks us through how to build a blog website using Strapi for the backend and Next.js for the frontend.
In this article, we answer a very popular question in the Strapi Community " How do we change the current WYSIWYG?"
Get started with using Strapi with Docker for your developer environment. Thank you to our community member Victor Kane for helping us launch Strapi with Docker.
In this tutorial, we'll be building a Next.js application and authenticate that with Strapi and NextAuth. Thank you to our community member Nirmalya for sharing your knowledge.
Get an in-depth tutorial on how to build a static blog website with Gatsby and Strapi.
The main focus of this article is to give you all the information you will need to set up and get started with Strapi v3 and MySQL. Thank you to our community friend Cretu Razvan for your MySQL tips
We go into how to create Plugins in Strapi v3 to extend the functionality of our Strapi applications. Thank you Anamadu Moses for showing the community how to build future custom plugins. Ready to make your own plugin in 2022?
Get an in-depth tutorial on how to build a blog website with React, Strapi, and Apollo GraphQL.
A look at how to use Next.js ( React 16.8 w/ hooks ) to power your UI, complete with GraphQL, Stripe, Strapi, and React Context to develop a full-stack application complete with the powerful Strapi (Headless CMS) powering the backend. Thank you Ryan for this amazing 7 parts tutorial.
Find out what webhooks are and learn how to use them in Strapi.
As with every "top something" list, a few gems are usually left out. We can't let that happen. So here are a few posts that we think could be potentially useful 😉. A big thank you to the Strapiers and community members who wrote these golden nuggets to help you start the year right.
Here you will find all the steps you need to take to migrate your Strapi v3 plugin to v4 with as little friction as possible.
This post will give you key insights to make better decisions for your content modeling in Strapi.
This post acts as a Strapi security checklist and looks at certain security measures you can take to ensure a safer experience.
In this tutorial, you'll learn to implement a preview system when working with a headless CMS like Strapi as well as a frontend in Next.js for creating content previews.
In this article, we look at content and data and see what role each has in a Headless CMS.
It's hard to talk about Strapi and 2021 without mentioning Strapi v4.
We announced Strapi v4 in late November, and it's been quite the ride already. In 2022, we're looking to have more content on the blog on the new hip Strapi version. This is for new and updated blog posts to help you get up to speed with the release.
In the meantime, we have an amazing video series detailing all the new functionality v4 brings.
I'm sure this makes for some great new year reading (or watching)!
Again, we appreciate you all taking the time to engage with the content we put out and even going the extra step to contribute to the blog. There will be some valuable content coming out next year, and we can't wait to share that with you all.
Have a great one ❤