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README.md

Drupal-Gatsby

This is a very basic starter project with everything included to quickly mess around with a Drupal powered Gatsby site.

Project is inspired by this blog post from Evolving Web

This is not intended for use in production. At the very least, the included settings.php would need to be updated.

Requirements

  • Docker, with docker-compose
  • Composer
  • (optional) local install of node, npm and gatsby

Getting Started

  1. In the ./drupal directory, run composer install (You may need to add --ignore-platform-reqs, local composer is favored here because docker-for-mac's filesystem mount is excessively slow for composer).
  2. Run docker-compose up from the project root directory.
  3. Run docker-compose exec php drush site-install --existing-config to set up your Drupal site.
  4. (Optional) Run drush generate-content 50 --types="article" to add 50 nodes of example content.

After all of this you should have a site ready to play around with.

Gatsby will be served from localhost:8000 and Drupal will be available at localhost.

Adding to Gatsby's package.json

Perform any npm tasks (npm install) inside of the gatsby container. For example, run docker-compose exec gatsby npm install --save react You will not need a local node_modules for this project, it will be stored entirely in Docker.

This container will also run npm install when it is built to grab initial node_module requirements.

Building your Gatsby application

Similarly to adding new npm modules, you should run docker-compose exec gatsby npm run build to create your static assets.

They will be created in ./gatsby/public, and this folder will be synced from your container to your local filesystem.

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