While the fully local development workflow is the recommended way for developers to work, you'll likely want other editors and collaborators to be able to make changes on a hosted website with authentication. Since we are aiming for collaboration, we will use the TinaCMS dashboard to setup our site and eventually invite other users.
You will be prompted to fork the starter through the dashboard, but you can also check out this starter here: https://github.com/tinacms/tina-cloud-starter.
When creating an app, you will notice there is a section titled Development Environment. This section can be found in your app's Configuration page. This is where you enter the site urls where you will be using TinaCMS. This will most likely be
http://localhost:3000 and your production url.
Note: You do not need to specify a specific route.
For more information about the dashboard and setting up an app, click here.
Last Edited: July 27, 2021