Video: Build a Cosmic JS-powered blog using Gatsby


Thanks to those who attended the live Twitch stream of Jason Lengstorf and Tony Spiro building a Cosmic-powered Gatsby application. In the stream, Tony and Jason pair program a basic Gatsby application from scratch. In case you missed it, the video and resources are available below. 


The Main Points Discussed Are:

✅ Creating a Cosmic JS website
✅ Adding content
✅ Displaying content on a Gatsby website
✅ Building dynamic header and footers


Video: Build a Cosmic JS-powered blog using Gatsby


Resources to build apps with Cosmic JS and Gatsby:

Cosmic JS Gatsby Source Plugin
Cosmic JS Gatsby Starter
Gatsby Localization Starter
Webinar Video: Localization with Cosmic JS and Gatsby


Conclusion

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