All things Gatsby

How to debug a specific Gatsby package on build

May 29, 2022 - Estimated 1 minute read

Originally posted on dev.to I got an error and needed to get verbose logs for a particular package during a Gatsby build. I came across this issue on GitHub with reference to a DEBUG env var that can be set to get better logs.

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Debugging gatsby-plugin-google-gtag for Google Analytics 4 with Gatsby

August 31, 2021 - Estimated 5 minute read

In this article I will cover how I installed and configured the plugin, added my custom track event, tried to test it and it didn't work so I went through a checklist of debugging the thing. Prerequisites I assume that you are already familiar with …

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What I did to build a high performing and SEO happy Gatsby blog

August 29, 2021 - Estimated 7 minute read

As much as I want an attractive blog, I prefer a blog that is more discoverable and outperforms others. That makes the eye-candy totally worth it and I feel great knowing that I do the best I possibly can to make - what I hope to be - a great experi…

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How I got started with my first Gatsby source & remark plugin

May 2, 2020 - Estimated 3 minute read

I created my first npm package - EVER! 🎉 It's a Gatsby source and transformer remark plugin called gatsby-remark-interactive-gifs. What that means is that it both extends the Gatsby GraphQL schema with what I call interactive gif data and it transla…

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gatsby-remark-emoji

September 1, 2019 - Estimated 1 minute read

I use this plugin for emojis on my website. The reference to all possible emojis are hidden here. The current emojis include the following. You can reference an emoji by surrounding the keyword with colons such as :emoji-key: 💯 A better, more accura…

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