MDX Embedded Images with the All-New Gatsby Image Plugin
#100DaysOfGatsby 2021: The Finish Line
It’s the 12th of April, a day which represents two milestones: the 100th day of 2021, and also the finish line for this year’s #100DaysOfGatsby Challenge.
Michelle Gienow • April 12th, 2021# 100-Days-of-Gatsby
How Elevar Used Storybook With Gatsby to Support a Modular Design Process
When the Elevar team set out to migrate StriVectin from Magento to Shopify, they started with Storybook, a tool for developing UI components in isolation for React. Using Storybook with Gatsby enabled the team to delay decisions about hosting and content management, focusing on one decision at a time.
Garrett Dimon • April 9th, 2021# Case Studies, component-libraries, e-commerce
Getting Started with Gatsby Source WordPress: Choose Your Own Adventure
A step by step guide to setting up your first Gatsby + WordPress website -- choose your own adventure style!
Paul Scanlon • April 8th, 2021# wordpress
Fender Gets a New Jam(stack) On
How Elevar Prototyped a Headless E-Commerce Store with Gatsby
Strivectin had an incredibly popular e-commerce store for a variety of anti-aging skincare products. The challenge: it was powered by a seven-year-old codebase on a legacy platform. For the planned refresh, Strivectin's agency, Elevar, turned to Gatsby -- first to rapidly protoype a performant, scalable, secure future, and then to build the site itself.
Garrett Dimon • April 5th, 2021#
Voices of Gatsby: Tech Life === Burnout?
Life in tech is all about moving fast: there is enormous pressure to just ship it. But research shows that continually rushing to work as hard as we can, as fast as we can, has the surprisingly opposite of effect: It actually slows us down. We mess up, we miss things, we make poorer decisions. And, over time, we burn out. Ironically, slowing down can actually help us speed up...Without getting burned out.
Eric Howey • April 2nd, 2021# gatsby-voices