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Brian 23h
Wrote this blog article about my first impressions on using Gatsby and Netlify CMS.
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Replying to @muuvmuuv @ryanflorence
As the article explains, the new react-router is very close to the API of @reach/router — so we'll continue to use @reach/router for Gatsby v2 and switch to react-router v5 for Gatsby v3. For most people, it shouldn't be a breaking change.
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Replying to @MattDionis
can you post the whole error?
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Wade Christensen May 18
What stands out to me about ? Great docs. The development experience was a joy because everything was thoroughly and clearly documented. Thank you all for contributing to them. Oh, and these audit scores required almost no effort on my end, so that's nice too.
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Thorsten Schaeff May 17
What makes so great? A community of constant learners and teachers that is making more accessible to many by helping each other and providing a platform to teach! 💜
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Cobuild Lab May 17
: Best Practices and Patterns For Javascript: AWS Amplify and GatsbyJS This we will discuss the details of how to use AWS Amplify and GatsbyJS, with these tools you will make in an easy and fast way.
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Gatsby May 17
new issue would be nice! Please link to the old one as well though
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Grant May 17
Seen preview working in cloud? well, now you have! thanks and for your work on this. More coming soon.
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GusHiguera May 17
I have a new blog and for my first post I explore why I ditched Wordpress and built my website from scratch with
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Gatsby May 17
Replying to @mtliendo @marcysutton
What kind of things would you like to learn? We'd love tips on what to improve in our documentation! /cc
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Gatsby May 17
sorry about that! Could you file an issue with more details? Let's get this fixed ASAP
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Jason Lengstorf May 17
One of the most powerful parts of is its plugin ecosystem — powered by you! 🛠💪💜 🎙 Hear from , from , and lil ol’ me as we share stories of building plugins + teach you to build your own! 📅 Wed, May 29 @ 9am Pacific
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Olúwásetèmi May 17
watch talk on gatsby-image. so cool. here is a link to wach Also watched talk's too Great work by the team.
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Tracy Lee | ladyleet May 17
Love this talk about the JAMstack at ! Thx for giving it!
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Gatsby May 17
We’ve shipped some excellent extensions and tweaks to our GraphQL schema, courtesy of and Stefan Probst. Available in Gatsby 2.5.0! Read all about 'em in the below blog post!
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Alexandra Spalato May 17
A Gatsby site is literally unhackable! The absence of a database or server-side code means that there’s nada for hackers to hack. No security updates or patches. Just a lot more peace of mind regarding the security of your site.
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Nader Dabit May 17
Today we had join us on GraphQL Patterns to talk about everything from DevRel to building source plugins at Gatsby, overall I learned a lot. Episode 9 also feat. me & is now live!
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Gatsby May 17
If you're developing with Gatsby, this is for you! Gatsby Cheat Sheet with CLI commands, top docs, and more. 💪💜
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Hashnode // The Dev Community May 16
Creating and maintaining portfolio website is necessary these days. Here's a tutorial by Jacob Knaack on how to build portfolio website using alongside Cosmic JS
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Horacio 🇵🇦🇪🇸 May 16
I realize that is more approachable and known by people thanks to . 90% of the attendees that knew GraphQL before was thanks to Gatsby!! 👍🏻🎉💪🏻 way to go!!
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