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Set up Contentstack
1. Set up Stack
A stack can be defined as a pool of data or a container that holds all the content/assets related to a site. This is the first page that will appear once you log in.
2. Create Content Types
This document is a detailed reference to Contentstack’s list of Content Types. Define the values of a page of your web or mobile property with Contentstack!
3. Set up Environments
A publishing environment can be defined as one or more content delivery destination (app/website) where the content needs to be published.
4. Create Tokens
Tokens are needed to authorize API calls. There are following types of tokens in Contentstack: Access token, Delivery token, Management token, and Authtoken.
5. Fetch Content
Contentstack is an API-first headless CMS platform; it provides the content backend (content repository and management), which is separate from the front-end (presentation).