Joan Mira's personal website
- Easy editable content in Markdown files (posts, pages and parts)
- CSS with
- SEO (sitemap generation, robot.txt, meta and OpenGraph Tags)
- Social sharing (Twitter, Facebook, Google, LinkedIn)
- Images lazy loading and
- Post categories (category based post list)
- Full text searching (Algolia)
- Contact form (Netlify form handling)
- RSS feed
- 100% PWA (manifest.webmanifest, offline support, favicons)
- Google Analytics
- App favicons generator (node script)
- Easy customizable base styles via
themeobject generated from
yamlfile (fonts, colors, sizes)
- React v.16.3 (gatsby-plugin-react-next)
- Components lazy loading (social sharing)
- ESLint (google config)
- Prettier code styling
If you do not have Gatsby Cli installed yet, do it first.
npm install --global gatsby-cli
More information on GatsbyJS.org
Clone the repository.
Go into the newly created directory and run
to hot-serve your website on http://localhost:8000 or
to create static site ready to host (/public).
To deploy to Github pages, just Instructions
npm run deploy
The starter uses external services for some functions: comments, searching, analytics. To use them you have to secure some access data. All services are free to use or have generous free tiers big enough for a personal blog.
.env file like below in the root folder. Change
... placeholders with real data.
By default, your
.env file will be ignored by git. Remove
.gitignore in order to be able to push the file to your repository.
GOOGLE_ANALYTICS_ID=... ALGOLIA_APP_ID=... ALGOLIA_SEARCH_ONLY_API_KEY=... ALGOLIA_ADMIN_API_KEY=... ALGOLIA_INDEX_NAME=...
You should take a look at this: Gatsby on Windows
- Fork the repo
- Create your feature branch (git checkout -b feature/fooBar)
- Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some fooBar')
- Push to the branch (git push origin feature/fooBar)
- Create a new Pull Request