Before today, every time i had to add a post or edit some data on Netlify CMS, i use to deploy my site on Netlify then make changes and come back to my local setup and do a Git pull.\ \ It was hard and very distracting. After a little search i found a way, right in Netlify CMS docs.
Configuring Netlify CMS
To achieve this we need to be using git-gateway. Lets change that in our
config.yml usually its located in our static/admin/ folder.
backend: name: git-gateway
Now, we need to set a
backend: name: git-gateway local_backend: true
With these changes our config file is ready.
Now you need to run
npx netlify-cms-proxy-server, this will start a server in your local to handle your Netlify CMS request.
Note: your local address may vary if you are not using default ports
See those changes happening in local development. I hope you enjoyed this article and Will help you save a little time going forward.
For more insights, check out Netlify CMS docs