Fun with Functions: Use Cases for Dynamic Functionality with Gatsby
Functions on Gatsby Cloud is here! To show our excitement the Gatsby team recently held a friendly, internal competition to build out some examples in order to demonstrate the power and flexibility that will soon be available to all Gatsby users.
Gatsby Cloud: Better, Faster…Greener?
Gatsby sites are optimized to be smaller, sleeker and faster. When built and deployed in Gatsby Cloud they also use fewer data center resources, thanks to Incremental Builds. This efficiency is not just good for developers — it's also good for the environment!
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.
New Gatsby Cloud Pricing Plans: Goodbye RTEs, Hello Build Speed & Hosting
Introducing Hosting on Gatsby Cloud
Learn React Quickly with a Gatsby + WordPress Photoblog
Gatsby's plugins, starters, and themes let you assemble websites like Lego models, without ever touching React. But you can learn React deeply with Gatsby! Start with this Gatsby + WordPress mobile photoblog project (no prior React knowledge needed), then remix and expand it as your knowledge of React, GraphQL, and the Gatsby ecosystem grows!
Hashim Warren • February 18th, 2021# CMS, Gatsby Cloud, headless-cms, wordpress
What is Headless WordPress?
When it comes to WordPress, going headless refers to keeping the familiar WordPress interface for collaborating on content creation, editing and updating. However, behind the scenes, you’ve ditched the cumbersome WordPress theme layer for faster and more efficient architecture powering how your content gets built, deployed, and presented to viewers.