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Posted on:February 9, 2023 at 12:00 AM

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This article is originally from my I put this article to demonstrate how you can write blog posts/articles using AstroPaper theme.

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My experience about developing my first portfolio website and a blog using NextJS and a headless CMS.




I’ve been always thinking about launching my own website with my custom domain name ( since my college student life. But that never happened until this project. I’ve done several projects and works about web application development but I didn’t make an effort to do this.

So, “what about blog?” you may ask. Yeah, blog also has been in my project list for some time. I always wanted to make a blog project using some of the latest technologies. However, I’ve been busy with my works and other projects so that blog project has never been started.

In these days, I tend to develop my own projects with the focus in good quality rather than quantity. After the project is done, I usually put a proper readme file in the Github repo. But Github repo readme is only suitable for technical aspects (this is just my thought). I want to write down my experiences and challenges. Thus, I decided to make my own blog. Plus, at this point, I have decent experiences and confidence to develop this project.

Tech Stack

For the front-end, I wanted to use But React alone is not good enough for SEO; and I did have to consider many factors like routing, image optimization etc. So, I chose as my main front-end stack. And of course TypeScript for type checking. (It’s said that you’ll love TypeScript when you’re used to it 😉)

For styling, I use This is because I love developer experience that Tailwind gives and it has a lot of flexibilities compared to other component UI libraries like MUI or React Bootstrap.

All contents of this project reside within the GitHub repository. All my blog posts (including this one) are written in Markdown file format since I’m very used to with this. But to write Markdown along with its frontmatter effortlessly, I use headless CMS. It is a git-based CMS that can serve Markdown and other contents. Because of this, I can write my contents either using Markdown or wysiwyg editor. Besides, writing frontmatters with this is a breeze.

Images and assets are uploaded and stored in I connect Cloudinary via Forestry and manage them directly in the dashboard.

In conclusion, these are the tech stack I’ve used for this project.


The following are certain features of my portfolio and blog

SEO Friendly

The entire project is developed with SEO focus in mind. I’ve used proper meta tags, descriptions and heading alignments. This website is now indexed by Google.

You can search this website on google by using keywords like ‘sat naing dev’

Moreover, this website will be displayed well when shared to social media due to properly used meta tags.