First of all, Thank you so much for purchasing this template and for being our loyal customer.
This documentation is to help you regarding each step of customization. Please go through the documentation carefully to understand how to use it properly.
When you face a problem please let us know. And always visit the official website of React, Next, React Bootstrap, etc.
Prerequisites > React & Next is built on top of Node.js. To get up and running with Next, you’ll need to have a recent version of Node and Yarn installed on your computer.
Step 1. File structure > Unzip the ns_theme_t3shiva_1.0.0.zip from the main package. Then you got frontend zip called - t3shiva_reactjs.zip unzip it and Then you will see the following folder/file structure.
Step 2. Connection with Your Backend/API At the same place please create “.env” file to connecting your backend CMS or we can say API’s. and then write the following two lines. NEXT_PUBLIC_API_URL=https://your_backend_url/ NEXT_PUBLIC_TYPO3_MEDIA=fileadmin
Step 3. Install Dependencies We require many packages (dependencies) to run our site. So, We are at “root” directory and run the command below.
Step 4. How To Run > To start our development server run command below.
Now, Open your browser and visit http://localhost:3000 You should see a page like below.
Wow! You are a genius. Now open the code editor and start hacking!
Step 5. CLI Commands Some useful commands to work with the project.
- “yarn dev” - Start development server at localhost:3000/
- “yarn build” - Generate production NextJS build
- “yarn export” - Generate production build with static export
- “yarn start” Serve to build files at localhost:3000/
Step 6. Deployment process > There are several deployment processes. You can select as per your comfort. Although,
Step 6.1 Traditional way for deployment using upload the “/out” folder to the server.
Step 6.2 Automatic deployment process using the third party tool. One of them is https://vercel.com/
- Connect vercel with our your gitlab, github, etc.
- When perform commit on the master branch vercel will automatically deploy and serve output on the defined domain.
Awesome! Now Your Site Is Ready To Publish.!