Gatsby Sites Most Reliably Accessible in WebAIM Million
The 2020 WebAIM Million survey collected data on up to 1200 different technologies used in home pages and examined the results to see if common accessibility errors corresponded with usage of different technologies. One repeatedly stood out as aligning with significantly fewer accessibility issues: Gatsby. Home pages built with Gatsby had 44% fewer detectable errors than the average.
Building Accessible Components (Without First Reading Docs for Days)
At Gatsby Days LA 2020, New York Times Senior Software Engineer Yuraima Estevez shows how developers can improve the accessibility of websites in three “easy” steps that do not involve days of documentation reading.
Building Excitement for Gatsby in East Africa
At Gatsby Days LA 2020, East African web developer Gatare Libère explains how he first discovered Gatsby and describes the enthusiastic reception he has been experiencing whenever he discusses Gatsby at regional events.
Improving React Component Library Documentation with Gatsby and MDX
Kathleen McMahon, a software engineer at O’Reilly Media, tells the Gatsby Days LA 2020 audience how her team facilitated contributions and improved accessibility for her company’s component library documentation using Gatsby and MDX.
Gatsby Days LA: Gatsby + Contentful live demo
At Gatsby Days LA 2020, Watch in real time as Dustin Schau, Gatsby's head of product, updates a fully accessible Gatsby-built site using the Contentful headless CMS and then deploys to a CDN.