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Eject create-react-app and Use Gatsby for Advanced React App Development

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Khaled Garbaya
43m closed-captioning
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Create-React-App is a great tool for getting started with React, but at some point you may find yourself needing something more.

Gatsby is one of the most popular choices to move on to. It boasts a number of performance optimizations and a large plugin ecosystem (while still allowing you to use anything from the React ecosystem as well).

In this course, Khaled Garbaya will help you get started with Gatsby.

You'll start by building a single page "Hello World" before moving on to programmatically creating new pages and setting up static and dynamic routing.

Once you've got a grasp on the basics, Khaled will share his process for migrating an existing application built with Create-React-App project over to the Gatsby way of doing things.

You'll also get practice adding and configuring Gatsby build plugins for Tailwind CSS and sourcing data from external APIs.

After this course, you'll be ready to port existing code, or start a new Gatsby project from scratch!

Credits

Kamil Khadeyev (illustration)

Listen to Khaled Garbaya tell you about this course:

What you'll learn

  • Starting a Gatsby Project from scratch
  • Programmatic page creation
  • Static and Dynamic routing
  • Building with page templates
  • Passing data via pageContext
  • Handling protected routes with mock authentication
  • Adding & configuring Gatsby plugins
  • React's useState and useEffect hooks

Learner Reviews

  • manuelcheveste
    5 months ago
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    What did you like about this course?

    I always wanted to understand the difference between build time and real time data fetching, this course made it clear

  • Armando Perez Carreno
    6 months ago
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    How will you use what you learned from this course?

    There were quite a few mistakes in the videos that could have been easily re-recorded and/or edited out.

  • Nahuel Scotti
    6 months ago
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    What would make this course a 7 for you?

    I've seen duplicated stuff. Not sure if the "Autoplay" did something wrong or I did it, but at some point I was watching the same content twice.

Course Content

43m • 13 lessons

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