Usage with Nuxt

Before we you proceed make sure you have read the documentation for

Generating an API key

To generate an API key, see this section

For new projects

Starter kit

You can either use our Nuxt 3 - Tailwind CSS starter kit to get started or create a new project from scratch.

npx @adiranids/garchi-starter-kit -k nuxt3

From scratch

Create new Nuxt 3 app

npx nuxi@latest init garchi-app

For existing projects

Skip the step of creating new project mentioned before and continue to the next step.

Creating components

Let's create a simple page with sections (components) Navbar, HeroContainer and Paragraph

// Navbar.vue
    <header class="flex justify-between items-center p-2" v-bind="$attrs"> 
        <img class="w-10 h-10" :src="image" />
        <ul class="flex items-center space-x-2">
            <NuxtLink href="/">Home</NuxtLink>
            <NuxtLink href="/blog">Blog</NuxtLink>
<script setup>
    image: String
// HeroContainer.vue
    <div class="h-screen w-screen grid place-items-center bg-center bg-cover" 
    :style="{backgroundImage: background}" v-bind="$attrs"> 
           <h1 class="text-xl text-white bg-black/40 p-1">{{title}}</h1>
           <h2 class="text-base text-white bg-black/40 p-1">{{subheading}}</h2>
<script setup>
const props = defineProps({
    backgroundImage: String,
    title: String,
    subheading: String

const background = computed(() => {
    return `url("${props.backgroundImage}")`
// Paragraph.vue
 <p class="text-gray-800" v-bind="$attrs">
<script setup>

If you want to catch all the routes then the pages/[...slug].vue should look something like this.

        <MetaTags :title="page?.title" :description="page?.description" />
        <component v-for="section in page?.sections" :key="" :is="components[]"  

<script setup lang="ts">

const components = {
    "HeroContainer": resolveComponent("MarketingHeroContainer"),
    "Paragraph": resolveComponent("MarketingParagraph"),
    "Navbar": resolveComponent("MarketingNavbar"),

const route = useRoute()
const slug = typeof route.params.slug == 'string' ? route.params.slug : route.params.slug.join('/')

const {data:page, error} = await useFetch(``, {
    method: "POST",
    body: {
        "space_uid": "c7ba17eb-4004-45ef-b5b3-1d557c5c85f4c34f4a69-3d08-444f-86e0-852b",
        "mode": "draft",
        "slug": `/${slug}`
    headers: {
        "Content-Type": "application/json",
        "Authorization": `Bearer your_token`

    script: [
            src: "",
            defer: true,

If you notice I have added a script in the useHead. This makes the editor on the dashboard talk with your website so that when you click on a section in the editor on the dashboard, it will show the respective section with the prop value in the sidebar. Without this script, the editor won't be able to talk with your website.

Now this page's content could be edited from the dashboard.

⚠️ You can also add inline CSS styles. You need to add them as a prop value to the section but it won't be responsive.

You can add HTML class attribute as a prop for a section with a value of a base class and combine it with inline CSS. Sky is the limit 🚀