We wanted to share a tutorial and template for building landing pages on Airtable.
You can use Airtable as a CMS to manage all your assets, copy, SEO and site structure.
Then with new tools like Next.js - you can build a static website that loads incredibly fast, is easy to deploy, and can be quickly updated with a couple clicks in Airtable.
In this first part in the series, you’ll walk step-by-step through creating a simple splash page for a fictitious uptime monitoring company:
- How to configure your Airtable base as a CMS
- How to connect Airtable to Next.js using Airtable.js
- How to load your images, copy and search tags into the site
In upcoming parts you’ll expand to pull more data into the site and add multiple pages.