Webinar Video: Localization with Gatsby and Cosmic JS 🌏


Thank you to everyone who joined us for our Halloween edition of our Wednesday Webinar series. In this presentation, we teamed up with Gatsby developer advocate Jason Lengstorf to discuss how to make localization for websites less spooky using Gatsby and Cosmic JS.

The main points discussed are:
βœ… How to create localized content models in Cosmic JS
βœ… How to install the Cosmic JS Gatsby Localization Starter
βœ… How Gatsby builds your localized website for performance and SEO


Also we had a curveball thrown at us about localizing the language selectors.  This has now been added to the gatsby-config.js in the Gatsby Localization Starter by adding a localized_name property with different values for each locale:



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