At this point, we've bootstrapped Tina into the Gatsby blog starter. We were able to do so by making a few small modifications:
This guide is intended as a jumping off point to get you started with Tina, but to make a fully-functional CMS there is a little more work to do.
Checkout the Using a Git Backend guide to learn more.
Our simplified example only exposes the title and post body to the Tina form. Take a look at our fields documentation and try adding fields for the rest of the post data in the blog demo.
Consider creating an inline editing experience for your blog, where content is edited directly where it appears on the site instead of in the sidebar. Take a look at our inline editing docs for more information, and expect a guide on this in the near future!
Editing content isn't much use if you can't save it! Our
onSubmit handler doesn't really do anything right now. You can look at using the
gatsby-tinacms-git to edit content Markdown and JSON sourced from your repository.