You Belong Here
This is a pivotal time for the fight against systemic racism and injustice in the US. It has also sparked a lot of difficult reflection and realizations from those of us who would be allies: the understanding that we all own a piece of this. That we can, and we must, do better. At Gatsby we have been asking ourselves some hard questions about how we need to change so we can become better allies.
Gatsby Gazette for May 2020 – The Happy Birthday Edition
Gatsby Raises 28M Series B to Become How the Web is Built
Today we’re thrilled to announce we’ve secured 28 million in Series B funding led by Index Ventures and joined by earlier investors, CRV and Trinity Ventures. This investment will propel Gatsby’s next stage of innovation and evolution toward becoming how the web is built.
Introducing Will It Build: A new builds benchmarking service for Gatsby Cloud
The first -- and only -- publicly available static site benchmarking service, Will It Build demonstrates the progress of build times for sample Gatsby benchmark sites on Gatsby Cloud. Thanks to our new Incremental Builds feature, data and content changes now go from edit to live in seconds! See for yourself: all of our data can be queried right on the site using our exposed GraphQL API at willit.build/api-playground.
It’s Gatsby’s 5th Birthday 🎂 (and everyone’s invited!)
Gatsby Recipes: What’s All the Fuss About?
Gatsby Recipes were introduced just last month, as a new tool to automate common site building tasks. A Gatsby Recipe is a kind of task runner that can be authored in MDX and then executed from the command line using the Gatsby CLI. Gatsby now ships with a dozen or so default Recipes, and our amazing community has been busy coming up with more useful contributions! React developer Paul Scanlon discussed his process behind making his first two Recipes, and then walks through how to write your own.
Little & Big: Creating Big Impact for Small Businesses Using Gatsby
Little & Big is a boutique branding and digital development agency that helps small businesses create big impact. Using Gatsby as a frontend framework for web development enables the agency to build highly responsive, interactive websites for their growing roster of clients -- and build them fast.