Using Deferred Static Generation with Analytics Tools
Only want to build out the most popular pages as static pages? No problem, you can use your analytics tool to control the usage of Deferred Static Generation in Gatsby. In choosing what pages to defer you can improve your page on a granular and individual level -- but for how you'd do this the sky is really the limit. In this tutorial you'll learn how you can use data from your analytics tool.
Flexible, Fine-Grained Code-Splitting with Gatsby + Loadable Components
Many teams are creating "flexible layout" components, empowering content editors to build pages by mixing and reorder components in the CMS. However, there's a trick you'll need to know to ensure these pages load quickly.
Using Gatsby + Redux While Preserving Site Performance
Business.com: Using Gatsby for Dynamic Data, Rich Content, and Multi-Site
Business.com is a site designed to help small business owners and decision-makers by providing high-quality information on business best practices. When they needed to bring performance and dynamic data to their multiple content properties, they turned to Gatsby.
Jaxxon: Gatsby + Shopify = Faster Growth
Moneygeek prepares for Google’s Core Web Vitals search update with Gatsby
Moneygeek's mission is to build financial literacy tools so people don't feel like they are making decisions in the dark. Going with Gatsby and Gatsby Concierge helped Moneygeek maximize page performance and prepare for the June 2021 Google search ranking update.
Making the Gatsby Homepage More Performant
Of the many ways you can measure performance on the web, be it initial page load time, runtime efficiency of a web app, or server response times, one of the most well-known is the Lighthouse score. We improved the scores we were receiving on the Gatsby homepage by 22.8 points. Here's how we did it.