Gatsby is a free and open source framework based on React that helps developers build blazing fast websites and apps
It's finally time: let's get our site live on the internet!
I left three things that worked in development but need to be fixed in production.
Let's look at how data works in Gatsby from a high level.
Let's solidify your knowledge of static and page queries with an assignment.
What if we need to control which parts of the layout show on different pages?
The solution to the previous assignment to create a navigation bar.
Inline styling in Gatsby works just like you'd expect in a React application.
Here's an exercise for you to help you get the hang of styled components.
Add an image to the about page to solidify your understanding of images in Gatsby.
It'd be great if we could use images in Markdown using standard syntax. Let's learn how.
Let's get you some more practice with images in markdown.
The solution to the assignment to add images to two more events.
What is markdown? What is MDX? How do we use it in Gatsby?
Here's a short assignment to give you more practice with queries in markdown.