Have you created a Gatsby site that you’re proud of? It could be for a client or just your personal site. Either way, you can submit it to the Gatsby showcase.
It’s pretty simple to do. Just follow the instructions here. In a nutshell, you fork Gatsby on GitHub and add your site details to their showcase configuration file. Once the PR is approved and merged, the next time they deploy the https://gatsbyjs.org site, your site will be in the list!
A couple of bonuses to doing this:
it’s free publicity for you
it’s a contribution to open source
become part of maintainers team for the Gatsby organization on GitHub
the Gatsby team gives you free swag for the PR. Who doesn’t want Gatsby socks?!
I’m under blogs in the showcase, but you can also go directly to my site profile.
And for those interested, here’s my site’s source code full of TypeScript, React and Netlify CMS goodness.
nickytonline / www.iamdeveloper.com
Source code for my web site iamdeveloper.com
Hey there, I’m Nick and this is my site’s source code. This site started off as a clone of the Netlify CMS Gatsby Starter (check it out!). Since then, I’ve tweaked it a lot and converted the codebase to TypeScript.
Feel free to peruse the code and/or fork it. 😉
Thanks to all the wonderful projects that made it possible to build this blog.
Netlify & Netlify CMS
and OSS in general.
To get up and running:
clone the repository by running git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:nickytonline/www.iamdeveloper.com.git or git clone https://github.com/nickytonline/www.iamdeveloper.com.git
run npm install
run npm run develop to get up and running with the Gatsby development server.
Since the project uses Babel and not TypeScript as the compiler, a separate process is required to run type checking. Open another terminal and run npm run type-check:watch
If you’re curious about why the Netlify CMS admin…
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