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Why use Gatsby JS for your website?

Considering using Gatsby JS for your website? Looking to improve your businesses marketing? This article explains why Gatsby is the right choice.

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WordPress REST API Cors Issues

Are you trying to work with the WordPress REST API while staying as secure? CORS can be a real headache. This article solves some of those issues!

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Pulling Ordinary Files from WordPress Media Library Using Gatsby Resolvers

Back in September 2019 I wrote an article that covered the downloading and caching of images from the WordPress Media Library into Gatsby. I was working with relatively normal Gatsby builds, that only needed access to images from WordPress. Since then I was began work on a project that needed to pull in both images […]

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Gatsby Source Plugin Starter Example Breakdown

I recently published an article covering the development of a custom Gatsby Source Plugin. To help get off the ground faster I created a starter repository. I didn’t want to include too much details in the tutorial, so I have written this article to explain the files and reasoning behind what goes into the starter […]

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Gatsby JS Source Plugin Tutorial Step by Step for Beginners

A simple step by step guide for creating a Gatsby JS source plugins, to help developers new to the eco-system. Includes starter templates to get you moving!

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ESLint Snippets To Disable Linting

I love a good bit of linting. But what I don’t love is having to remember 101 (exaggeration maybe) little bits of code to easily navigate my JS environments. Thankfully this is where this blog comes in use!   These snippets are the ones that although simple, always slip my mind. They are not tough, […]

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Quick and Easy React Provider and Context with Hooks Template

While researching the best way to implement React Context into my projects, I found that a lot of the articles were over-complicating what should be a very simple process. The code below is a slimmed down use case, so you can copy straight into your build. There is a template for setting up the provider […]

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Essential Git Commands

Here are several git commands I keep having to Google. This is either due to barely using them, or just them not sinking in. Hopefully this list will help you out as well! Create a New Branch and Move into It Very simple, but took me a while to remember! Create a new branch and […]