Simen & Knut stop by to talk about Sanity.io - why they developed it, what it does, who it's for, and the types of projects they see people using Sanity for.
To build a kick-ass frontend, we rely on each other: Designers on developers, and developers on designers. But it’s often difficult to work together; we need to learn each other's language, understand each other’s priorities and have to be willing to make compromises that serve both.
in 2011 we came up with a conference for everyone involved from concept to implementation of a frontend, and we gave it the tagline “Where design meets technology”.
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- 00:51 Topic introduction
- 03:17 How did Sanity start?
- 08:59 How does Sanity work?
- 11:37 Where is the data?
- 17:42 Sponsor: Front Conference
- 19:07 How do I build a multi-user blog with Sanity?
- 25:18 How do migrations work when schema changes?
- 32:47 How do people set up repos for front end vs data?
- 38:10 Sponsor: WooCommerce
- 39:19 Public vs private repos
- 43:29 API Options with Sanity
- 50:54 How are Write API's handled?
- 53:14 What do you see with your competitors?
- 58:13 What are people building with Sanity?
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