I am just getting started with JAMStack and Static site generators.
After doing some research, I have settled on using Nuxt JS with NetlifyCMS.
All of the examples that I could see always deploy the CMS along with the main website, like https://example.com/admin/index.html.
But I wanted to keep the CMS code away for the main site. Is there someway I can create a git repo which has the NetlifyCMS index and config files and deploy it at some other url like https://cms.example.com.
And when when I publish any new comment, it pushes the content to the other git repository which has my main site (https://example.com).
Can I authorise a single Netlify site to use 2 git repositories?
- Cms repo
- Actual site repo (I’ll add the repo url to the cms config.yml)