Gatsby is a front-end React framework that makes it easy to develop static websites using React. It is one of the best static site generators available, and takes many of the details out of the process, to make building your website much faster.
In November 2020, I posted a message in the JAM Stack community slack that in December, I was open to more project work. I had been getting a little slow and wanted to make sure the next month was going to be busy.
Later that day, I got some responses from the Rudderstack team asking me if I would be willing to work on a plugin for Gatsby that would make it easy for people to track events on their Gatsby frontends.
I was excited about the opportunity, but I was a bit nervous, knowing that I had no previous experience even remotely like what the team was asking for.View more details
Netlify offers a feature called "Build hooks". These are unique URLs that you can configure for your application to trigger deployments automatically whenever a post request is made to that endpoint.
I have zero experience with Gatsby. The only experience I had had before with Gatbsy was going through some of the docs and deciding to use NuxtJs for my personal portfolio website instead of Gatsby, but this week I started work on a Gatsby Plugin.
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