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eBPF Website

License: CC BY 4.0


This is the source code for the website For more information, see the contribute page.

Table of Contents

Getting Started

  1. Clone this repository
git clone
  1. Install dependencies
npm install
  1. Fill environment variables
cp .env.example .env


Run the website

npm run start

Build the website

npm run build

Run the built website

npm run serve

Clean Gatsby cache

npm run clean

Project Structure

├── src
│   ├── components
│   │  ├── pages — React components that are being used specifically on a certain page
│   │  └── shared — React components that are being used across the whole website
│   ├── hooks
│   ├── images
│   ├── pages
│   ├── styles
│   ├── templates
│   ├── utils
│   └── html.jsx — HTML template for all generated pages. Read more about it here —
├── static
│   └── fonts
├── gatsby-browser.js — Usage of the Gatsby browser APIs. Read more about it [here](
├── gatsby-config.js — Main configuration file for a Gatsby site. Read more about it [here](
├── gatsby-node.js — Usage of the Gatsby Node APIs. [Read more about it here](
└── gatsby-ssr.js — Usage of the Gatsby server-side rendering APIs. [Read more about it here](

Component Folder Structure

Each component includes

  1. Main JavaScript File
  2. Index File

Each component optionally may include

  1. Folder with images and icons
  2. Folder with data

Also, each component may include another component that follows all above listed rules.

Example structure

├── nested-component
│  ├── data
│  │  └── nested-component-lottie-data.json
│  ├── images
│  │  ├── nested-component-image.jpg
│  │  ├── nested-component-inline-svg.inline.svg
│  │  └── nested-component-url-svg.url.svg
│  ├── nested-component.js
│  └── index.js
├── data
│  └── component-lottie-data.json
├── images
│  ├── component-image.jpg
│  ├── component-inline-svg.inline.svg
│  └── component-url-svg.url.svg
├── component.js
└── index.js

Code Style


ESLint helps find and fix code style issues and force developers to follow same rules. Current configuration is based on Airbnb style guide.

Additional commands:

npm run lint

Run it to check the current status of eslint issues across project.

npm run lint:fix

Run it to fix all possible issues.


Prettier helps to format code based on defined rules. Difference between Prettier and ESLint.

Additional commands:

npm run format

Run it to format all files across the project.

VS Code

Following extensions required to simplify the process of keeping the same code style across the project:

After installation enable "ESLint on save" by adding to your VS Code settings.json the following line:

"editor.codeActionsOnSave": {
    "source.fixAll.eslint": true

You can navigate to settings.json by using Command Pallete (CMD+Shift+P) and then type "Open settings.json".

To enable Prettier go to Preferences -> Settings -> type "Format". Then check that you have esbenp.prettier-vscode as default formatter, and also enable "Format On Save".

Reload VS Code and auto-format will work for you.


Open an issue, or better yet, reach out on Slack.