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.
Sam Bhagwat • May 20th, 2021# Case Studies, content-and-media, Dynamic Functionality, multi-site, Website Performance
MDX Embedded Images with the All-New Gatsby Image Plugin
How Elevar Used Storybook With Gatsby to Support a Modular Design Process
When the Elevar team set out to migrate StriVectin from Magento to Shopify, they started with Storybook, a tool for developing UI components in isolation for React. Using Storybook with Gatsby enabled the team to delay decisions about hosting and content management, focusing on one decision at a time.
Garrett Dimon • April 9th, 2021# Case Studies, component-libraries, e-commerce
Fender Gets a New Jam(stack) On
An Insider’s Guide to the All-New Gatsby Image
The Gatsby image plugin is designed to make the job of including high-performance, responsive images in your site as smooth as possible. However, there are still some optimizations to help you achieve peak results and avoid a few common pitfalls. Follow these tips and your images will be super-speedy and your Lighthouse scores will always be green.
Matt Kane • March 31st, 2021# image-optimization
Using Gatsby & Storybook To Document Your Design System
A design system is more than a component library. IBM, Capital One, and Thumbtack have all used Gatsby to document not just their component libraries but the design system in which they're used. Teams valued the great content composability experience, ability to pull in data from third party systems, rich experience for internal users, and ability to solicit feedback from non-developers they got with Gatsby.
Garrett Dimon • March 29th, 2021# Case Studies, component-libraries, documentation