Combining WordPress & Gatsby lets us have the best of both worlds for content creation & web dev. In this episode, Alexandra Spalato teaches us to how to use Gatsby themes to build WordPress sites quickly!
In this episode, Jason is going to look at the new Gatsby Functions feature and see how it works on Netlify!
In this episode, Obinna Ekwuno teaches us how to build and deploy Gatsby apps on Netlify for blazing fast, fun-to-develop websites!
Making your website available in multiple languages is a great way to expand your audience. In this episode, Aisha Blake teaches us how to add i18n to our Gatsby sites!
Content writers love the content management workflows that WordPress provides. Devs love the developer experience of using Gatsby. And when you combine the two? Everyone wins! In this episode, Zac Gordon (https://twitter.com/zgordon) teaches us how to power Gatsby sites with WordPress and how to add dynamic features!
Join Jason as he adds theme-ui to Netlify’s brand new Gatsby + Shopify swag store, with lots of shenanigans along the way.
How do you create a Gatsby + Shopify site from scratch? In this episode, Jason starts with an empty folder and creates a new Gatsby site that pulls Shopify data.
What’s better than a corgi? A Party Corgi! On this episode, Papa Party Corgi himself, Chris Biscardi, joins to build the Party Corgi official website using Gatsby. (The Party Corgi Network is a community of livestreamers and stream watchers. You should join!)
Now that Gatsby Themes have been launched, where should you start with a new site? In this episode, Will Johnson (https://twitter.com/willjohnsonio) pairs with Jason to work on his personal Gatsby site. Follow along to learn how you can get started with Gatsby and Gatsby Themes today!
In this video, Jason adds Netlify Functions to his Gatsby site to enable dynamic functionality on a Jamstack app. We start by setting up an Express API, then go through writing serverless functions to send button clicks to that API.
What is Nest.js, and how does it make building APIs easier? In this episode, Ryan Chenkie (https://twitter.com/ryanchenkie) teaches us how to create a GraphQL API using Nest.js, then builds a Gatsby site using the data.
In a marathon solo stream, Jason builds out most of a Gatsby transformer plugin to upload local files to Cloudinary and add support for using Cloudinary images in gatsby-image.
How simple can it be to create a website, get a custom domain, build a serverless API, configure automatic deployments, and take the whole thing live? With ZEIT’s suite of tools, it can be pretty dang simple. On this episode, Leo Lamprecht teaches us how it works.
Can a GraphQL node get data from two different places? Can we use GraphQL to normalize data form different sources? Mikhail Novikov teaches us advanced GraphQL patterns with Gatsby so you can create extremely powerful apps and websites.
Strapi is an open source, self-hosted Node.js headless CMS, which makes it a great option for setting up a Gatsby site. On this episode, David Kartuzinski (https://twitter.com/kai_dawei) joins to teach us how to set up Strapi from scratch to power a Gatsby site.
Sara Vieira is the queen of memes. On this episode, she joins to teach us how to build a fun, silly website to showcase her many amazing memes and make them interactive.
Contentful provides a flexible, powerful content management back-end, which pairs really well with Gatsby. In this episode, Khaled Garbaya will teach us how to use Contentful to power Gatsby sites.
How can you create data visualization that works well in progressive web apps? On this episode, Swizec Teller joins to teach us how to use D3, React, and Gatsby to create SSR-friendly data visualizations for high performance dataviz.
Creating design systems with great documentation and examples can be a pain. MDX makes it *far* less painful — on this episode, Kathleen McMahon (https://twitter.com/resource11) joins to teach us how to create excellent documentation for a design system using MDX and Gatsby.
Did you know you can create collaborative video chat apps *really fast* using Twilio and Gatsby? Nathaniel Okenwa teaches us how to integrate Twilio's developer-friendly APIs with Gatsby to create an interactive video chat app.