Project set up

Once you've decided how many projects you want, we need some information to set up your project.

Project ID
This is a unique identifier for the projectproject - The make-up of your commerce site (GitHub folder within customer repository, Frontastic studio access, and so on), you can have more than 1 project depending on your set up.. It must start with a letter, be all lowercase, and include numbers, but it must be between 3 and 18 characters.

Project name
This should be a name that your team understands as this is what they'll see within the Frontastic studioFrontastic studio - The interface you use to manage, build, and edit all areas of your project and commerce sites. Previously known as `backstage`..

Locales and languages
Which locales and languages you want to use in the projectproject - The make-up of your commerce site (GitHub folder within customer repository, Frontastic studio access, and so on), you can have more than 1 project depending on your set up.. Plus, which should be the default language for the projectproject - The make-up of your commerce site (GitHub folder within customer repository, Frontastic studio access, and so on), you can have more than 1 project depending on your set up..

If you're using multiple projects, is there anything you want sync between the projects (users, page folderspage folders - A way of structuring the pages within a project and forms the URL structure – they can contain sub-folders. Known as `node` in code. and page versionspage versions - A page can have multiple versions and in different states within a page folder, such as draft, scheduled, live, and so on., Frontastic componentsFrontastic components - A customizable building block that's used together with other components to create a commerce site. Known as `tastic` for short in code. and component groupscomponent groups - A group of Frontastic components saved in a reusable block – they’re created using the component group builder. Previously known as `kits`.)?

Once we have this information, we can start setting up your project.


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