You've made it through the tutorial. Woohoo! 🎉
Here are some ideas on what you can work on next to further enhance your Stackbit site.
Components are the foundation of your site. Once you're comfortable working with components within Stackbit, you'll be able to fly. And we only brushed the surface in adding an alert component to your site. There are several guides to help you through the process of working with components.
Components teaches you how components work under the hood to help you better understand how all the pieces fit together.
Add a Component starts with the process we followed in Step 7. But it takes that process further by making the content editable in the Page and CMS Editors.
Extending Components has information on using Stackbit components as a starting point to build your own components.
While we're working diligently to provide our sites with the most common features right out of the box, there are some that you'll want to add.
Common Features is a jumping off point for identifying features that you may want to add to your site. While we may not have explicit tutorials for each feature, these guides will provide you with the resources to get started.
Many developers feel they can move faster by building on their site locally and then wiring up to Stackbit after they have worked out the kinks locally. Learn more about writing code for your site in your local environment.
As your website comes together, you'll begin thinking about getting ready to launch it to the public. One task during that process is to add a custom domain. Learn more in this guide.
Stackbit controls your site's code by default. You can claim the site, which will send a GitHub transfer request to your connected GitHub user. This is a useful next step for having more control over your site.