What Professional Gatsby Users Want
As Gatsby continues to be used for building larger and more complex sites, we are constantly asking our users and the community how we could improve. Among professional Gatsby developers, we tend to hear less about specific bugs and feature requests and more about qualities they want and need in their site -- faster load times, shorter publish times, and so on.
Sam Bhagwat • March 9th, 2021# Agencies, authentication, builds, client-side-routing, component-libraries, e-commerce, Gatsby Cloud, hiring-developers, localization, migration, training-developers, Website Performance
A Faster-Rolling Website for Raleigh Bikes
Raleigh Bicycles online presence had a need for speed. The original Raleigh website suffered from slow pageloads and was prone to crashing during traffic spikes, with few options for developers to improve it. Oberon used Gatsby to create a modern and performant site to help Raleigh's customers get wheels.
Michelle Gienow • September 3rd, 2020# Case Studies, e-commerce, Website Performance
Little Caesars Pizza Delivers with Gatsby
Little Caesars knew their first-ever Super Bowl ad would drive a huge spike in online orders from hungry customers. To ensure their website was ready for prime time, the third biggest pizza delivery company in the world built their new e-commerce platform using Gatsby.
Michelle Gienow • July 15th, 2020# building-sites-faster, Case Studies, e-commerce, multi-site, Website Performance
Gatsby Days Video: Supercharge Your Mapping Apps with Gatsby
Maps come in many forms, but they almost always help make data more meaningful -- and mapping apps are easier to build than you might think. Colby Fayock, Lead UX and Front End Engineer at Element 84, shows how to quickly build a compelling map application using React Leaflet and Gatsby.
Kat Huang • June 30th, 2020# community, e-commerce, gatsby-days