Francis Udeji
Aug 12, 2020 ⋅ 11 min read

Data fetching with Next.js and Strapi CMS

Francis Udeji Full-stack web developer. Technical writer. Lover of beautiful UIs and music.

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6 Replies to "Data fetching with Next.js and Strapi CMS"

  1. Great tutorial. Can you continue with setup sign up, sign in, and login (authentication) and separate user’s authorization using next js and strapi, please.

  2. Thank you Alfie. I like your suggestion and I may look into it in the future. For now, I have a WIP article where I talk about authentication with Next.js(no Strapi though). Stay tuned.

  3. The best tutorial i read so far that include strapi in it, we need more tutorials like this , don’t make me stalk you lol.

  4. Great tutorial! QUESTION: What content type should I use in order to display JSX code within my content – I actually want users to see some raw (but formatted) JSX code without that code being rendered by my browser, and so far I haven’t been able to find a way display JSX code in my rendered JSX code…. Any ideas? Thanks again and great content! Rich

    1. Thank you Rich, AFAIK, there’s no native support for code input/formatting. But I suspect you can use the normal text field for long text and display it on the frontend with some formatting and syntax highlighting

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