Building ambitious websites just got easier

Introducing Gatsby Cloud, the best way to create and deploy Gatsby websites
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What is Gatsby?

Gatsby is an open source, modern website framework that builds performance into every site by leveraging the latest web technologies such as React and GraphQL. Create blazing fast apps and websites without needing to become a performance expert.

New features

Gatsby Cloud: The best way to create, update, and deploy Gatsby sites

  • Real-time Preview: View live content updates from your headless CMS
  • Blazing fast Gatsby builds in the cloud (in beta)
  • Image processing, multi branch builds and PR previews
  • Instant feedback with performance reports
  • Free tier for small sites
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Built in performance

Let Gatsby do the work for you. Gatsby automates code splitting, image optimization, inlining critical styles, lazy-loading, prefetching resources, and more to ensure your site is fully optimized. No manual tuning required. Ace your performance audits by default.

Iterate fasterLearn more

Enjoy the power of the latest web technologies – React.js, Webpack, modern JavaScript and CSS and more — all setup, hot-reloading, and ready to start building. Iterate faster, deliver better work.

graphQl

react

webpack

typescript

autoprefixer

sass

emotion

Source data from anywhereLearn more

Gatsby’s rich data plugin ecosystem lets you build sites with the data you want—pull from CMSs, SaaS services, APIs, databases, your file system & more—directly into your pages using GraphQL.

Plus 1K plugins

contentful

contentstack

datocms

drupal

Wordpress

prismic

shopify

mdx

stripe

Instantly scale with confidenceLearn more

Gatsby doesn’t require complex scaling operations or expensive hosting. As long as your CDN is up, your Gatsby site will never go down. Host at scale for pennies.

netlify

surge

fastly

aws

heroku

akamai

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