Developing React + Node websites super-fast using a Headless CMS.

  1. What is Strapi, How to set up a project and choosing your database (You are here)
  2. Creating frontends via React + APIs
  3. Deploying to Heroku
  1. Start the PSQL: We will be using the Postgres CLI tool called PSQL to manipulate databases. You can also use PGadmin or any other tool if you prefer GUI. Then you have to enter your values to access the databases. The values in [] are defaults and you should leave it to that right now.Use
create database strapireact;
npm install strapi@alpha -g
strapi new strapireact 
After you select Postgre or anything, you should get this.
cd strapireact
yarn develop
Add another field, the deadline.
Make sure you select date here.
And we are done!
cd api

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