Before You Begin
next-drupal-starter uses Next.js and has been tested using
nodejs v16 with npm v8.
Why Use The Next.js Drupal Starter?
next-drupal-starter is designed as a starting point to for a Next.js site
that consumes data from a Drupal backend - specifically a Drupal backend
configured with the
The starter has a dependency on the
includes some helpers that maximize any available features of the Drupal
Creating A New Project With The Template
To create a project using the latest version of the Next Drupal Starter, use our
create-pantheon-decoupled-kit npm package.
The full documentation for the
create-pantheon-decoupled-kit can be found
Before you continue, familiarize yourself with our Next Drupal add-ons, a suite of optional project expansions that bring new components, features, and styling into your starter kit.
To create a new project using
- In your terminal, run the following command:
npm init pantheon-decoupled-kit next-drupal
- Follow the prompts in your terminal to complete the setup.
See the rest of the Next.js + Drupal documentation for more information on setting environment variables and customizing your new project!