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Why did we make these starters?

  • You can start by installing the starter and then following the tutorial to reproduce it and learn on the way.
  • Or you can run the starter to directly test the application.

Deploy the backend

Deploy the frontend

  • 2 Content types: Article, Category
  • 2 Created articles
  • 3 Created categories
  • Permissions set to true for article and category
  • Responsive design using UIkit
  • “/” display every articles.
  • “/article/:id” display one article.
  • “/category/:id” display articles depending on the category.

Getting started

git clone
cd strapi-starter-react-blog
# Using yarn
yarn install
yarn develop

# Using npm
npm install
npm run develop




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