- Setting up Gatsby
- Installing a Gatsby starter
- Exploring a Gatsby project
- Working with static pages and assets
- Using components
- Styling your Gatsby site with CSS
- Extending Gatsby with plugins
- Requesting data with GraphQL
- Creating pages dynamically
- Building a production-ready public site
- Creating a progressive web app (PWA)
Skill Level Intermediate
- The web constantly evolves and we have to evolve right along with it. Case in point, as we rely more and more on online services, performance, accessibility and advanced functionality become key concerns for web designers and developers. The challenge is to find the right tools for the job, The tools making it possible to spin up advanced modern websites built with advanced modern tools in the quickest way possible. Into a Gatsby aka GatsbyJS, a modern framework for building performance accessible static sites using react and graphQL. Gatsby serves as that all important intermediary layer between building a pure react application and building a good old fashioned website. It takes the best of CMS templates, object orientation and web standards, adds on a solid sprinkling of modern tooling and automation and enables you to build blazing fast, accessible and advanced static websites that are maintainable, upgradable and forward-looking. Gatsby and static site generators are very much the future of the web and I'm here to show you how to get started right. Let's get cracking.
1. Setting Up Gatsby for the First Time
2. Breaking Down a Gatsby Site
3. Pages, Components, and Styles
4. Plugins and Transformations
6. Create Pages Dynamically
7. Going Live
Build the production site4m 49s
Further information1m 42s
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