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Next.js 13 Ecommerce Demonstration

Ecommerce Website

Offers typed GraphQL queries, Tailwind, multi-language, Web Previews, real-time updates in Preview Mode, SEO/Readability analysis, and much more. Deployable on Netlify or Vercel.

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An Ecommerce Website Demo using Next.js 14 and DatoCMS

This example showcases a TypeScript Next.js 14 website with App Router (app) — using DatoCMS as the data source.

It uses GraphQL CodeGen to type all of the requests comming from DatoCMS automatically: See how it works here


Have a look at the end result live:


How to use

Quick start

  1. Create an account on DatoCMS.

  2. Make sure that you have set up the Github integration on Vercel.

  3. Let DatoCMS set everything up for you clicking this button below:

Deploy with DatoCMS

Local setup

Once the setup of the project and repo is done, clone the repo locally.

Set up environment variables

In your DatoCMS' project, go to the Settings menu at the top and click API tokens.

Then click Read-only API token and copy the token.

Next, copy the .env.example file in this directory to .env (which will be ignored by Git):

cp .env.local.sample .env.local

and set the DATOCMS_READONLY_API_TOKEN variable as the API token you just copied.

Also then set a secret token that is being used for WebPreviews, SEO Previews and Cache invalidation:


Run your project locally

npm install
npm run dev

Your eCommerce shop should be up and running on http://localhost:3000!

VS Code

It's strongly suggested to install the GraphQL: Language Feature Support extension, to get autocomplete suggestions, validation against schema, and many more niceties when working with your GraphQL queries.

What is DatoCMS?

DatoCMS is the REST & GraphQL Headless CMS for the modern web.

Trusted by over 25,000 enterprise businesses, agency partners, and individuals across the world, DatoCMS users create online content at scale from a central hub and distribute it via API. We ❤️ our developers, content editors and marketers!

Quick links:

Our featured repos: - datocms/react-datocms: React helper components for images, Structured Text rendering, and more - datocms/js-rest-api-clients: Node and browser JavaScript clients for updating and administering your content. For frontend fetches, we recommend using our GraphQL Content Delivery API instead. - datocms/cli: Command-line interface that includes our Contentful importer and Wordpress importer - datocms/plugins: Example plugins we've made that extend the editor/admin dashboard - datocms/gatsby-source-datocms: Our Gatsby source plugin to pull data from DatoCMS - Frontend examples in different frameworks: Next.js, Vue and Nuxt, Svelte and SvelteKit, Astro, Remix. See all our starter templates.

Or see all our public repos

Ecommerce Website
Offers typed GraphQL queries, Tailwind, multi-language, Web Previews, real-time updates in Preview Mode, SEO/Readability analysis, and much more
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