Gatsby JS: Beginner Gatsby 
Learn Gatsby JS and increase your knowledge in modern web development. Learn how to build a beautiful, personal blog
Do you want to Improve your knowledge, value and be a top candidate in recruitment processes?
Learn Gatsby JS and be a top contender for modern Front End developer jobs!
This is a beginners course in Gatsby but you need to have basic knowledge about React and Web Development before enrolling this course.
Want to learn one of the hottest things in Web Development in 2020? Do you already know some React and want to push forward from there? Do you enjoy project oriented and fast paced courses? Do you want to learn quick and straight down to the point? Then this is the course for you!
Guaranteed no "foo" and "bar" ... and no "to-do-list" app ;)
My teaching style is learning by building small projects. My decades of experience in web development have taught me that this style lets you learn fast and efficient. Stop wasting your time!
What will we do in the course?
We'll build a beautiful blog from scratch with Gatsby.js
Check out the live site here: https://gatsby-weiben-blog.netlify.com/
My main goal with this course is to mix fun with teaching. There's many tutorials and courses out there that are great but too complex and focus on a lot at the same time. That's why this course isn't 20+ hours long.
In this course you'll learn and use:
- Gatsby Fundamentals
- React Hooks API with functional components
- GraphQL and the built in GraphiQL editor
- Components, props and state
- JSX syntax and expressions
- Styled Components
- Deploy the finished App to Netlify and Gatsby Cloud
- ES6+ concepts and syntax
- Gatsby Browser API and Gatsby Node API
- And a lot more ...
Thomas is a multitalented digital native from Sweden. He has been developing webpages and web applications ever since Internet first became a phenomenon. He's been employed in several business areas such as Fintech and Advertising in different roles. Today he is a freelancer and work in both coding and design projects as he's also a skilled designer. His code and design experience range back to the C64 and Amiga era as he grew up by a computer since he was only seven years old. As he is a fullstack developer he mostly enjoys doing Front End code because it's the bridge between design and technology.