In this tutorial you will learn how to convert your Jekyll theme to a Stackbit Uniform theme. With Stackbit Uniform, you can connect your theme to headless CMS and deploy it to Netlify in minutes.
This is part 2 of our tutorial on adding Stackbit to an existing Hugo theme. In this tutorial we will model our Hugo themes data and configuration files. We also cover some more advanced model types including Object models and object field models.
In this tutorial I'm going to walk you through converting an open source Hugo theme into a Stackbit Uniform theme. You can do this with any Hugo site and once it's done you can import the theme into Stackbit, connect it to a headless CMS and deploy to Netlify in just 1 click.
Today we're announcing the ability to bring your own themes into Stackbit coupled with a new 'Create With Stackbit' button that turns themes into CMS-powered websites, all in an even smoother and quicker flow.
The large migration from Medium has led to the creation of many useful tools to help you accomplish that. Including Stackbit's tool which is now open source
The shift from building websites using monolithic projects like Wordpress to more modern approaches like site generators, Headless CMS and deploy workflows has been accelerating in recent years
Stackbit adds support for DatoCMS - Content Management Made Simple.
Following popular demand, we've added three new themes focused on personal sites, and blogs, all with minimal and clean design.
We're glad to announce the release of our Medium importer - create a modern JAMstack website from an existing Medium blog.