A straight-forward starting point for building a great website on the HubSpot CMS
A straight-forward starting point for building a great website on the HubSpot CMS.
The HubSpot CMS Boilerplate is designed to offer developers a head start in the website building process. While the HubSpot CMS Boilerplate represents HubSpot's opinionated best practices, we intend to learn from similar projects and feedback. We hope it offers inspiration and utility for all website projects!
Before getting started, you will need to have Node.js installed, the HubSpot CMS CLI installed, and we strongly suggest that you set up a HubSpot CMS Developer Sandbox for your QA/testing environment.
hs create website-themeto create a project from the HubSpot CMS Boilerplate
hs watch --portal= src --initial-uploadto upload all the files in the project and watch for changes to files in the
Please reference our Quick start guide to developing on the HubSpot CMS and our Getting started with local development articles for more information.
.github/workflows/deploy.ymlfile (the current default
mainbranch of your forked repository
Please reference our HubSpot CMS deploy GitHub action page and Setting up continuous integration with a GitHub repository using GitHub Actions article for more information.
For details about the HubSpot CMS Boilerplate's recommended best practices and code formatting, please reference our style guide.
Previous releases and their documentation are available for download. To provide transparency into future releases, we create a project board that documents our planning in preparation for each upcoming major and minor version.
You can stay up to date with HubSpot CMS Boilerplate updates and discussions in the #hs-cms-boilerplate channel in the HubSpot Developer Slack.
The code is available under the Apache License, Version 2.0