Creating Plugins, Themes, and Starters with GatsbyJS 3: Playbook
GatsbyJS’s flexible architecture allows you to deeply extend its behavior. This course will teach you how to develop custom plugins, themes and starter templates that make it easier to customize and reuse Gatsby code across multiple projects.
What you'll learn
Do you need to reuse styles and components across GatsbyJS sites? Or maybe you have a custom data source or need to change the way your pages render content?
In this course, Creating Plugins, Themes and Starters with GatsbyJS: Playbook, you’ll learn to customize GatsbyJS sites by understanding the different ways to extend functionality:
- explore forking and creating a custom starter to add custom styles and components
- discover how to build your own source and transformer plug-ins to add features and customize rendering of pages
- learn how to share parts of your starter with others using a theme
Table of contents
- Overview 1m
- Creating a Source Plugin Using sourceNodes 5m
- Caching API Responses Using Gatsby Cache 1m
- Configuring a Source Plugin 2m
- Using Source Data in a Page 1m
- Validating Types Using createSchemaCustomization 4m
- Preparing a Source Plugin for Publishing 2m
- Adding Gatsby as a Dependency 2m
- Publishing a Plugin to a Private Registry 2m
- Summary 1m
GatsbyJS is a react-based, GraphQL powered, static site generator. Once you code and develop your site, Gatsby transforms it into a directory with a single HTML file and your static assets.
In this course, you'll learn about how to create a customized starter, how to customize the Gatsby build lifecycle, sourcing glossary term data, linking terms to blog posts, and converting to reusable theme packages.
This course is for programmers who want to learn how to create custom plugins, themes, and starters using GatsbyJS.