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- 50% Gatsby JS: Build static sites with React Wordpress & GraphQL

Gatsby JS: Build Gatsby static sites with React & WordPress

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** MAJOR COURSE UPDATES **

Brand new section on how to create a blog with pagination within Gatsby

Migrate local WordPress site to live server hosted on DigitalOcean (with $50 FREE credit for new customers!)

Do you want to improve your React JS skills and increase your value as a front–end developer?

– Gatsby lets you build blazing fast sites with your data, whatever the source. Liberate your sites from legacy CMSs and fly into the future.

Level–up your React skillset by learning Gatsby.js with a WordPress backend! Gatsby JS uses React JS and GraphQL to generate and build static pages from a given dataset. This course will look at setting up WordPress as a headless CMS while using GatsbyJS to generate a blazing–fast server–rendered React website from WordPress data, such as posts, pages, menus, media, advanced custom fields, (and more!) using GraphQL to query that data.

That’s right, we can actually query WordPress data using GraphQL!

We’ll be creating a portfolio website in this course, looking at initial setup and development of Gatsby JS and WordPress locally, creating WordPress template files and mapping them to React components, and querying WordPress data with GraphQL to automatically generate our static pages.

Instructor Details

Tom Phillips has been developing front end web and mobile apps in the United Kingdom for numerous years. In that time he has had to prepare and teach multiple courses on the latest cutting edge front end web frameworks to junior developers, as well as mentor them during their early days as junior developers. Through doing this, Tom found efficient methods to teach and break down common complex problems that many developers face when trying to get started with new frameworks, especially in such a rapidly changing field as front end web development. Now he's applying those methods to his Udemy courses! Way back when Tom himself was a junior developer, he was fortunate enough to have been mentored by experts in the field. This allowed him to rapidly progress in his career and understand and architect multiple large projects in his time as an expert front end developer. Now Tom is passing on the buck and sharing his knowledge. Get the same mentoring that Tom received by enrolling on one of his courses and fast-track your understanding and knowledge in front end web development.

Specification: Gatsby JS: Build Gatsby static sites with React & WordPress

Duration

3.5 hours

Year

2021

Level

All

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

No

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  1. Marie–Anne Melis

    absolutely

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  2. Kishan Ranawat

    I want to learn how to use React in WordPress development. So far seems the coarse seems to be good for that purpose.

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  3. Thomas Harbin

    The topic is super well explained.

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  4. Md Latifur Rahman

    setup process doesn’t shown properly.

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  5. Enrique Adelino Montes Araujo

    Explicaciones muy claras y buenos ejemplos

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  6. Tom south

    The course was ok Tom is a good guy with some good knowledge just feel the course is lacking in depth content like how to use various templates and how to remove the /home link in gatsby config.

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  7. Noeste IJver

    Mijn eerste echte ervaring met React, dus het ging met horten en stoten. Op het laatst had ik heel veel moeite met alles werkend krijgen met Netlify, dat bleek uiteindelijk door verouderde bestanden te komen.

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  8. Charles Darwin Cifuentes Arango

    Excellent course, i m going to create my personal portfolio using this technology

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  9. Miguel Quintos

    great step by step guide

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  10. Nathan Lough

    Short and sweet course. Focuses on hooking up Gatsby with WordPress (as a headless CMS). Doesn’t focus on WordPress. Doesn’t focus on Gatsby. I don’t normally buy 4 hour courses, but in this case I’m pretty happy with the result.

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  11. Lamin Singhateh

    Amazing so far , i have been able to build one myself from scratch already. great work

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  12. Samroon Michael

    Good course for anyone looking to create a headless CMS using GraphQL, Gatsby, and WordPress. Tom the instructor of the course is quick to respond in the Q&A section.

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  13. AndrewTraub Traub

    It’s a good introduction but seems to be missing some obvious things that I would expect if moving from WordPress to Gatsby: How to extract featured image for a page and post How to create Multi level menus How to implement a contact us form or other forms How to create a Search feature (is this even possible?) How to use take advantage of lazy image loading with existing pages/post images How to extract categories and make blog pages for them (maybe an extension of the create a blog with pagination series)

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  14. Kevin James O’Brien

    I thought the course was good, and I would have rated it higher … but it was frustrating when I ran into a problem, and read this comment: I’m holding off on any updates to this course for now as there’s a pretty big update planned for the next version of the gatsby source wordpress plugin, which when released I’ll be pretty much updating the entire course. I realize that tech is always changing, but it would have been nice to know that going into the course. In any case, Tom is great, and I am hopeful that people that have recently picked up the course will have access to the update, and I look forward to that.

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  15. Karlis Baumanis

    Information is outdated. It is time to create a new course.

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  16. Sara Sundstedt

    everything does not look like in the tutorial. Maybe thats why im stuck on 23.

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  17. Max Hartz

    I like the pace. Explanations are clear. Lots of hands on learning.

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  18. Joud Awad

    course covered lots of important topic when dealing with wordpress However the course is outdated specially that we are using an old deprecated version of gatsby source wordpress plugin When the teacher updated the content i am totally giving 5 stars review on this course

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  19. Petros Palioudakis

    Course is outdated and lacks many things that could be useful for the transition from wp to jamstack, like implementation of forms, search etc

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