Sitecore JSS Website Development with react.
Here are the basic steps to develop a Sitecore JSS website:
First, you’ll need to setup your development environment. Make sure Node.js and npm (Node Package Manager) are installed on your machine. Then, install JSS CLI (Command Line Interface) globally using npm:
//Codebash npm install -g @sitecore-jss/sitecore-jss-cli //Code
2.Create a New JSS App:
You can create a new JSS app using the JSS CLI. For example, to create a new React-based JSS app:
//Codebash jss create my-first-jss-app react //Code
This command will create a new JSS app using the React sample application provided by Sitecore.
3.Start the App:
Navigate into your app’s directory and start it:
//Codebash cd my-first-jss-app npm start //Code
This will start your JSS app in disconnected mode, meaning it doesn’t require a connection to a Sitecore instance and uses mock data instead.
Now you can start developing your app. You can add new components and routes, and they will be automatically available in your app due to hot-reloading.
5.Deploy the App to Sitecore:
Once you’re ready to integrate your app with Sitecore, you’ll need to setup a Sitecore instance and deploy your app to it. You can use the JSS CLI for deployment:
//Codebash jss deploy package //Code
This command will create a Sitecore package and install it to your Sitecore instance. You’ll need to set up the connection information to your Sitecore instance in your app’s `scjssconfig.json` file.
6.Server-Side Rendering (SSR):
Please note that the above process is a high-level overview. For detailed instructions, consult the official Sitecore JSS documentation.