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Sitecore JSS create your first component

Sitecore JSS create your first component 

In the previous blog, JSS setup has been done. Now it’s time to create your first component, apply the newly created component into a route and test it in disconnected mode.

Scaffold the component

To scaffold new component, JSS sample app providing a script which allows you to scaffold new component easily. This script is available in “/scripts/scaffold-component.js” you can customize it as per your requirement.

Run below command to scaffold component, type jss scaffold and your component name like HeroBanner. This command will generate all files which are required.

 jss scaffold HeroBanner  

Sitecore JSS create your first component

After the scaffold HeroBanner component you can see below files has been added into your JSS application:

  • /sitecore/definitions/components/HeroBanner.sitecore.js
  • /src/components/HeroBanner/index.js
HeroBanner.sitecore.js will contain template name, icon, fields by default. 

Sitecore JSS create your first component

index.js will contain view of HeroBanner component and it will bind heading field.

Sitecore JSS create your first component

Add scaffold component into route

Route is nothing but a page, just like we add a component in Sitecore pages where we mention placeholder name and component name, same thing we need to mention in route.

Default page route is available here “/data/routes/en.yml”

To add HeroBanner component onto this page, add below code into en.yml inside jss-main:
  -componentName:HeroBanner  
    fields:  
     heading:This is a Hero Banner  

It will look like this:

Sitecore JSS create your first component

It’s time to run jss start command and see our changes.

Sitecore JSS create your first component

ENJOY, you have created your first JSS component.

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