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The Storyblok Astro Ultimate Tutorial

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The Storyblok Astro Ultimate Tutorial

Welcome to the Ultimate Tutorial Series for Astro!

In this tutorial series, you will learn how to build a full-blown, multilingual website using Storyblok and Astro. Taking it one small step at a time, we will start with the fundamental integration of Storyblok in Astro and then gradually add more and more functionalities, such as dynamic page rendering, dynamic menus, custom components, and much more. After having followed this tutorial, you will not only be very well-versed in Storyblok, but you will also have created a complete website built with Astro, from scratch.

This tutorial series aims to provide you with bite-sized, easy-to-follow content, live demos, and in-depth coverage of everything you need to become a master of modern web development using Storyblok and Astro.

Are you ready to get started?

  1. Add a headless CMS to Astro in 5 minutes
  2. Render Storyblok Stories Dynamically in Astro
  3. Create Dynamic Menus in Storyblok and Astro
  4. Create Custom Components in Storyblok and Astro
  5. Create and Render Blog Articles in Storyblok and Astro
  6. Manage Multilingual Content in Storyblok and Astro
  7. Create a Preview Environment for Your Astro Website

Authors

Manuel Schröder

Manuel Schröder

Manuel is a front-end engineer who loves crafting beautiful and fast websites. International Relations graduate turned WordPress expert, he ultimately developed a passion for the Jamstack. His favorite technologies include Vue, Astro, Tailwind, and Storyblok. These days, Manuel works as a Developer Relations Engineer at Storyblok.

Dipankar Maikap

Dipankar Maikap

Dipankar is a Developer Relations Engineer at Storyblok. He is a Frontend Developer, and NextJS + TailwindCSS are his weapons of choice. He also likes to write about web development and javascript.