[Frontend Masters] Intermediate Gatsby

Author: Jason Lengstorf – Gatsby
Released: October 21, 2019
Video Parts: 12 (MP4)
Duration: 5h 52m
Dimension: 1280x718p

Some Key Takeaways!

By coding along with us in the Workshop, you’ll:

  • Add custom data from any source to your Gatsby site, from REST to GraphQL to static files to Google Sheets and everything in between
  • Use Gatsby themes to package up code in a reusable, shareable way
  • Add dynamic content and routing to your Gatsby sites
  • Use schema customization to avoid errors and create custom data on the fly
  • Create abstract content types to allow developers to load data from multiple sources in a single query

Your (Awesome) Instructor

Jason Lengstorf

Jason Lengstorf is a developer advocate, senior engineer, and occasional designer at Gatsby. He’s an advocate for building highly productive teams through better communication, well designed systems and processes, and healthy work-life balance, and he blogs about that sometimes. He lives in Portland, Oregon.

Workshop Details

The baseline setup in Gatsby will take you far, but in any complex app or website you’ll end up wanting to go beyond the defaults. This course will teach you how to leverage Gatsby’s APIs to handle advanced use cases like handling dynamic content, adding your own data to Gatsby’s GraphQL API, customizing Gatsby’s schema, creating reusable themes, and more.

 

Is This Workshop for Me?

Summary

This course is for developers who are familiar with creating Gatsby sites, but want to add more power and flexibility to their apps and sites.

Any Prerequisites?

  • comfortable with React
  • a general idea of what GraphQL is
  • a bit of experience writing Node.js

Size: 1.80GB





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