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  1. Overview
  2. Usage
  3. What's in The Box
  4. Plugins
  5. Learn Gatsby


This is a starter kit repository for building static website using React.js and Gatsby.

While gatsby already provide a lot of awesome starters, we need something that works for us and empower our workflows by combining the awesome ecosystem of gatsby and what we already have.

P.S. You're expected to have some knowledges about HTML, CSS, Javascript and React.js. But if you don't, just go anyway, No one can't stop you from what you're about to do!


Before you can start using this starter kit. Make sure you have the following software tools installed on your machine:

  1. Node.js, at least version 10.xx
  2. mid-tinker-cli, run npm install -g mid-tinker-cli to install it on your machine. This starter work best when scaffolded using tinker-cli.
  3. Git
  4. Gatsby CLI, run npm install -g gatsby-cli to install it on your machine

To start a new gatsby project using this starter with tinker-cli, on your terminal just run

tinker gatsby YOUR-PROJECT-NAME
npm start

What's in The Box

This starter-kit provides the following items out of the box

Sass with SCSS

We are using Sass with SCSS as the official styling language for every project at

Invoker Components

Sets of UI primitives and components built with React.js included locally with it's own styles file.

CSS-Modules and classnames

CSS-modules is a locally scoped styling for a better developer experiences. To use css-modules, you just need to change your scss filename into filename.module.scss and import it on top of your component file.

While classnames is a library to help you combining two or more styles inside a className props.

// styling.module.scss

.brand {
  color: 'teal';

.heading {
  font-size: 48px;
// Component.js

// import your style and classnames library
import styles from './filename.module.scss'
import cx from 'classnames'

// And use it on your Component
<Component className={cx(styles.brand, styles.heading)}/>

Invoker Styles

An SCSS implementation of styling guidelines at included locally in the src/assets/ for a better customization and flexibility.

The styling consist of 3 main files, which are:

  • invoker-base, a basic styling to reset browsers default styles
  • invoker-layouts, implementation for container, row, and columns to design page layout
  • invoker-tokens, sets of token variables, mixins, and functions that you can import and then use in your style files. You can adjust the value of the tokens to match your project brand and needs.

Using the Styles

While invoker-base and invoker-layouts should only imported once on the root/parent component (you can check the implementation on <Default> component), to use invoker-tokens you need to import them by adding @import src/tokens on top of your style files.

And to prevent the inconvenient of typing the import syntax manually, we provide a snippet that you can add to your global.code-snippets on VS-Code

"Simple tokens import": {
  "prefix": "impcss",
  "body": [
  "@import 'src/tokens';",
  ".root {",
    "\t${0:Write your properties here}",
  "description": "Simple tokens import from src"

And then you can just type impcss in your style files then press tab to use the snippets. Voila!


  • gatsby-source-prismic-graphql, you can use Prismic out of the box, with sample setup included.
  • gatsby-plugin-mdx, or if you wanna go a little techie, you can write your website in MDX. It's super awesome.
  • gatsby-plugin-gtag, the new google gtag, replacing the deprecated analytics code.
  • gatsby-plugin-nprogress, nprogress for the loading bar.
  • gatsby-plugin-react-svg, inline your SVG for better customization and performance. Just name your file *.inline.svg and you are good to go.
  • gatsby-plugin-manifest,
  • gatsby-plugin-offline, add offline capabilities to your website.
  • gatsby-plugin-react-helmet, help you add custom tag to your html <head>. You get some meta, you get some SEO, everyone happy!
  • gatsby-plugin-sitemap, generate sitemap.xml of your website. Much SEO!
  • gatsby-plugin-robots-txt, generate robot.txt of your website. Control search engine crawler on what to tracks.
  • gatsby-plugin-sass, use Sass for your styling. Variables, Mixins, etc. much power!
  • gatsby-plugin-sharp, manipulate your images, without having to open any graphic tools like Photoshop of GIMP. Combined with gatsby-image and you got yourself the fastest website ever!
  • gatsby-transformer-sharp, helper for gatsby-plugin-sharp
  • gatsby-source-filesystem, make your local filesystem available for GraphQL query.

Learn Gatsby

Complete documentation, guidelines, and tutorials are available at Gatsby.js Official Website


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