Styled Components and Tailwind CSS both have a lot of traction in the front end dev world these days. Here is how to combine the two in a Gatsby project to reach new levels of awesome.
I walk through how I moved my Gatsby blog to a sub folder of my site to make room for expasion, explaining the basics about how Gatsby creates web pages along the way.
Walking through the steps to setup an automated cross-posting of my Sanity.io backed Gatsby blog posts to Dev.to using an RSS Feed. #100DaysOfGatsby
In this post I show how to change the default icons Sanity is using for the portable text icon menu and other menus as well, creating a more user friendly and professional looking studio.
I walk through how to add embedded YouTube videos to the Sanity.io Portable Text container and how to display that in my Gatsby blog pages. #100DaysOfGatsby
What tech blog would be complete without nice code blocks? In this entry I add the ability to create these code blocks to my Sanity.io Studio.
The 2nd post in my #100daysofgatsby series takes my basic blog starter and does some improvements to the content editor (Sanity.io studio) to make creating content easier and more powerful.
I'm amazed at how easy it was to create/edit a post on Sanity Studio from my cell phone.
As part of #100daysofgatsby I'm going to go beyond creating a basic blog and kick it up a notch to build a great content editing experience with Sanity, and including live previews using Gatsby Cloud. This is step 1 - creating the basic blog
Congratulations to me! I now have a blog powered by Gatsby and Sanity.io.