Get Your JAM on With Gatsby, React, and Netlify

Written by / Original link on Jan. 13, 2020

Gatsby is a tool for creating static websites with React. It allows you to pull your data from virtually anywhere: content management systems (CMSs), Markdown files, APIs, and databases. Gatsby leverages GraphQL and webpack to combine your data and React code to generate static files for your website.

JAM - JavaScript, APIs, and Markup - apps are delivered by pre-rendering files and serving them directly from a CDN, removing the requirement to manage or run web servers. You may have heard of JAM apps as the JAMstack.

Netlify is a hosting company for static sites that offers continuous integration, HTML forms, AWS Lambda functions, and even content management.

In this tutorial, I'll show you how to use Gatsby to create a blog that integrates with Netlify CMS for content. The app you build will support authoring posts in Markdown and adding/editing posts from your browser or via Git! Finally, I'll show you how to secure a section of your app with Okta.



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