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Posts About the Gatsby Static Site Generator

Using React Hooks in Gatsby

Since you can do anything React can do using Gatsby, it's easy to start using hooks as part of your Gatsby websites. Let's see how it's done.

Pagination in Gatsby Using gatsby-awesome-pagination

Learn how to add a simple pagination system to a Gatsby site using the gatsby-awesome-pagination plugin.

Exploring TinaCMS with Gatsby

Improve your writing experience by adding TinaCMS, an in-browser GUI that gives you real-time editing capabilities, to your Gatsby website.

State Management in Gatsby using the wrapRootElement Hook

Here's an easy way to add a state management provider that wraps your whole Gatsby site using Gatsby's built-in wrapRootElement hook.

Internationalized Navigation Menu in Gatsby.js

In this quick post I show your how to use the JavaScript Internationalization API (Intl) to create a multilingual menu in a Gatsby website.

Creating a Multilingual Website with Gatsby & Cosmic JS

How to create a website with multiple language support using Gatsby.js and Cosmic JS with no localization plugin needed.

Quick Guide to Using Gatsby's useStaticQuery Hook

Here's a quick and easy guide to using one of Gatsby.js' built-in React hooks, useStaticQuery.

Custom Fonts in Gatsby

A look at 3 different ways to load and use custom fonts in Gatsby.js: Typography.js, Typefaces.js and self-hosted fonts.

Automating a Gatsby Blog with GitHub and Buddy

Using Buddy and GitHub to automate deployment for a Gatsby Blog.

Using Plugins in Gatsby

Gatsby's plugin system provides a wide variety of useful helpers and tools. Let's explore the basics of implementing them in your projects.

Intro to MDX in Gatsby

Gatsby.js and MDX is an amazing combination that can totally change how you build websites. Let's explore the basics in this detailed introductory article.

Gatsby, Contentful, and Netlify Walk Into a Bar

Use Gatsby, Contentful, and Netlify to get all the speed benefits of a static site in a familiar, user friendly CMS--that deploys continuously.

Gatsby CLI Quick Reference

Gatsby's CLI is a critical tool for both the development and deployment processes. Here is a quick reference guide to help learn the available commands.

Images in Gatsby Using gatsby-image & gatsby-plugin-sharp

Here's how to work with images in a Gatsby.js website. You'll learn about how to use Sharp and the Gatsby image component for seamless responsive images.

Using Airtable With Gatsby

Using Airtable as a datasource in a Gatsby project is easy to implement and incredibly powerful. Let's explore how in this article.

Making Gatsby a PWA: Service Worker and Web App Manifest

Let's add offline support to your Gatsby site with the help of two plugins: gatsby-plugin-manifest and gatsby-plugin-offline.

Adding Sitemaps to Gatsby Websites

Adding an auto-generated sitemap to your Gatsby project is quick and easy! Let's explore how.

Using styled-components in Gatsby

A short post detailing how to use styled-components in Gatsby.js.

Using the Gatsby Link Component to Navigate Between Pages

How to navigate between pages of your Gatsby website using the Link component, which makes it easy to style when the page is active or add state.

Your First Steps with Gatsby v2

Let's explore GatsbyJS v2, the popular static site generator, by initiating a new simple blog.

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