You'll start your trial in Disconnected mode, which is a fancy way of saying that we're going to create a JSS app (the presentation layer) without worrying about connecting to the Sitecore instance (the content authoring layer).
Now that you’re warmed up, go through this list of resources, for a step-by-step guide that will help you bring your first JSS application to life.
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Get started by creating your first JSS app
JSS Docs: Quick Start
The JSS app you created in step 1 is loaded with insights and best practices lessons. Make sure you run the app locally using the `jss start` command and take time to explore this sample site.
Afterwards, learn how special techniques that are specific to your chosen framework can be used in JSS.
JSS Docs: Client Frameworks - React
JSS Docs: Client Frameworks - Vue
JSS Docs: Client Frameworks - Angular
Build components for your JSS application
JSS Docs: Getting Started - Your First Component
Watch (4.50 min) video for a walkthrough of steps 1 - 3
YouTube: Build Your First JSS App
More techniques you’ll need for working disconnected
JSS Docs: Techniques - Working Disconnected
You’re now ready to start discovering JSS Connected Development Mode!
Please be on the lookout for your next Developer Trial Program email (5 business days after signup). This will allow you to spin-up your own Sitecore instance, and with it, a how-to-guide to help you navigate through the second part of your learning JSS journey.
Need to talk? Sitecore has a very active global community of over 20,000 developers.
Find out some of the places that front-end Sitecore developers go to congregate.
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