Uniform offers a variety of paths for exploring at your own pace. If you're new to Uniform and Digital Experience Composition Platforms (DXCP), the best way to start is to request a demo. Complete the form, pick the date and time that works for you, and the team will walk you through Uniform's composition, personalization, and integration tools.
You must have access to a Uniform team with the ability to create new projects.
If you don't already have one, you can request access here: https://uniform.dev/try.
The Uniform application website supports all modern web browsers. We commit to supporting the two most recent versions of the following browsers:
- Google Chrome
- Mozilla Firefox
- Apple Safari
- Microsoft Edge
Although we only commit to supporting the two most recent versions, we continue to support the prior version for an additional six months following the release of a new version. Usually, older versions of Uniform should also be able to run, although functionality may be compromised. Users can check here to determine whether they're using the most recent version.
Please note that mobile browsers aren't supported by Uniform.
The fastest way to spin up a new project is with a starter. This is the best for those who learn by doing. With a starter you will:
- Use the Uniform CLI to create a new Uniform project
- Create API keys to connect to your project
- Get a feel of how Uniform works using Canvas
- Play with personalization and A/B testing using Context
- Modify the code and content as you see it.
Each starter automatically connects the local codebase to the Uniform app and comes with live preview and in-line editing enabled.
A set of modern, theme-able components to learn about Uniform the quickest way possible.
A plain starter with just the essentials, with two components and one composition.
A modern e-commerce site with a product catalog, cart functionality, and personalization.
Explore more open sourced examples#
In addition to the starters above, Uniform offers more open-sourced examples on GitHub. These include starters for Algolia, Gatsby5, Sitecore, as well as edge-side personalization with various CDNs.
If you're looking for a more in-depth walk through to learn more nuances of the way Uniform works, tutorials are for you.
A composable, Next.js app.
A composable app with Nuxt 3.
Extend Uniform integrations and interfaces.
Learn how to add personalization to Contentful.
Learn how to add personalization to Contentstack.