Create a JSS app for an older version of Sitecore

Abstract

Use an older template version when creating your JSS project.

JSS functionality depends on Sitecore functionality. If you are not using the most recent version of Sitecore, when creating a JSS application, you must use a template provided by a JSS version compatible with your Sitecore version.

To create a JSS project for an older version of JSS and Sitecore:

  1. Identify the correct JSS version for your Sitecore XP version.

  2. Run the JSS CLI installation command:

    npm i @sitecore-jss/sitecore-jss-cli@<version>

    Replace <version> with the version you want to use. For example, npm i @sitecore-jss/sitecore-jss-cli@13.0.0.

  3. In a terminal, create your JSS project by running the following command:

    jss create my-jss-app react --branch release/13.0.0

    Note

    The command uses the --branch option and you must provide the name of a branch in the JSS repository. You can use a release branch or any other branch from the repository.

  4. Change the directory to your application folder:

    cd my-first-jss-app
  5. Start the development server:

    jss start