In this quick start, we will create a single blueprint called "BlogArticle." To start, go to "Blueprints" in the main navigation. You should see that there is already a blueprint called "Asset" created by the system in your project.
To create a BlogArticle blueprint, hit the "Create" button for "Document Blueprint."
The name you set for the API will be used for all API actions, and your External API queries will also be named accordingly.
The "Title" is a descriptive name for the editor, used as the blueprint title throughout the UI.
To learn more about the difference between documents and components, see here:
Once you have created the blueprint, you will find yourself in the blueprint's detail screen. Here, you can add fields to the blueprint. Without fields, the blueprint is just an empty frame and not very useful.
For the sake of this example, we are adding three fields:
a string field named title
This will be used as the title for the page and as the title in the CMS.
a string field named slug
We will use this for the URL ending of our blog, such as /blog/<slug>, where "/blog/hello-world" would be the URL if the slug were "hello-world".
a richtext field named text
Since every blog article requires a main body of text, we added a rich text field for this purpose.
Save the blueprint in the top right corner