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Adding Rendering for use with XM Cloud

Sitecore tools are integrated with Next.js projects to enable WYSIWYG editing. While XM Cloud provides a default rendering instance, you can set up additional ones externally. This guide will review the steps using a previously created site.


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Prepare a server for Preview

In the previous issue, we confirmed that it is possible to check data before publication by using Experience Edge's Preview. Therefore, we will prepare an instance for Preview in Vercel this time.




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Sitecore XM Cloud - Vercel Integration

You can choose Vercel as the delivery environment for a CMS created with Sitecore XM Cloud. To simplify this process, Sitecore XM Cloud offers integration features. This guide will cover the steps to deploy a website to Vercel using these features.


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Deploying XM Cloud sites on Vercel

We've introduced XM Cloud, focusing on CMS environment management. To publish the site as a headless implementation, integration with another service is required. This guide will cover the steps to deploy the site on Vercel.


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Deploy to Vercel using Experience Edge

Previously, we ran Sitecore as a virtual machine server. Now, with the Sitecore Experience Edge service, you can easily deploy Next.js apps to Vercel. This time, we'll introduce the deployment steps.



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Deploy to Vercel

We would like to deploy the web site we have created so far to Vercel. We will show you how to deploy the sample data to the server that was set up at the beginning of this series, and how to deploy it to Vercel.