I started in Gatsby open source in late 2017. It was a welcoming project and I was there to learn through building OSS. Since then, every React site I’ve built has been in Gatsby. I’ve built site’s in Vue and Svelte but that’s not important for this post. I recently have been thinking I should […]
I was recently using the invaluable classnames tool in a project and thought to myself, what’s under the hood? Well here it is: By looking at it, I’m guessing this code is ES3 compatible. This is on purpose and means without transpilation, the code can be run in just about any browser since IE 8. […]
Looking to get started with JWTs(JSON Web Tokens)? So was I. Here are some good resources.
Gatsby Incremental Builds is how Gatsby Cloud builds faster, but there are speed improvements to be had by everyone if we implement our source plugins correctly. Learn the ins and outs of incremental builds and how to make your source plugins fast and friendly.
A couple months back I did a talk on using Gatsby with Tina CMS and Dgraph’s Slash GraphQL. Here’s that: More and more folks are looking to build highly dynamic web apps that deploy via static assets to a CDN. Gatsby has been a leader in this space and has a great story around sourcing […]
Welcome to part 2 of “Choosing a Tech Stack”. This post is going to get into the finer details of how to choose a method for building a project. You may be hoping this is where I tell you to use framework X or language Y. Alas, that is not what I am here to […]