In this video, we check out the basic structure of our new Gatsby project.
We find there's a
src folder that contains a
pages folder with
index.js. This folder is "magic" — Gatsby will turn any React component in the
pages folder into its own route.
We also find a
static folder where we can add assets that we want handled outside of the Gatsby build process.
There's also a file called
gatsby-config.js. This file is empty at the moment, but is where we'll configure our Gatsby site with plugins and other metadata.
Lastly, we take a look at
package.json, we find there are some built-in scripts like
gatsby serve and
gatsby develop. We'll explore
gatsby develop in the next video.