NoteThis guide is for setting up your local environment using our agilitycms-next-starter site based on the Next.js Blog Template.
Once logged into Agility CMS, you'll want to grab your API credentials so your Next.js site can authenticate and retrieve data from your instance.
On the Getting Started page, click on the API Keys button to retrieve your credentials.
Then click the Show API Key(s) button to view your
Take note of your
GUID and your
Live API Key and
Preview API Key. Click the Show buttons beside both to unmask the credentials and copy these somewhere temporarily as you'll need to use them later.
Get The Code
- Clone this repository, and open it in your favorite Text Editor
yarn installto install packages and dependencies
Set up Authentication
- Rename the .env.local.example file to
- Retrieve your
API Keys (Preview/Fetch)and
Security Keyfrom Agility CMS and place them in your
# Your Instance Id AGILITY_GUID=
# Your Live API Key AGILITY_API_FETCH_KEY=
# Your Preview API Key AGILITY_API_PREVIEW_KEY=
# Your Security Key AGILITY_SECURITY_KEY=
Start the Site
To run the site locally, run
npm run dev or
yarn run dev. If successful, Next.js will compile your pages in real-time and you will be able to access the site in your browser on http://localhost:3000.
Did you get a Build Error?
If you get an error during the build, check your log and ensure that you've entered the correct GUID and API Keys, as well as renamed the env.local.example file to
Deploy your new Next.js site
With your Next.js site hooked up to Agility CMS, we can get started on deploying our site. The recommended way to deploy a Next.js website to production is to use Vercel, a hosting platform from the creators of Next.js. Deploying your Next.js site to Vercel is super easy with the Deploy to Vercel button integrated into your Agility CMS Manager.