Published on August 7, 2017 by LevelUpTuts

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9 Comments on "GatsbyJS Tutorials #1 – Getting Started with Gatsby"

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Francois Bergeret-Forestier
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Francois Bergeret-Forestier
7 days 1 hour ago

Why my localhost 8000 "localhost refused to connect."

gojutin
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gojutin
9 days 19 hours ago

This is great, thanks Scott! Really looking forward to diving into the GraphQL stuff.

Dawson DePretis
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Dawson DePretis
11 days 15 hours ago

Stoked to see a Gatsby tutorial! The WordPress Plugin is one of the most interesting aspects of Gatsby for me.

sk8bamsk8
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sk8bamsk8
11 days 18 hours ago

Hey Scott, thanks for putting these tutorials together, super helpful! Off topic question: What monitor are you using? I'm looking for a new monitor that will work well with my MacBook Pro, I find it's retina display gives me a little more eye-strain than other displays I've used, not sure why.

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LevelUpTuts
10 days 16 hours ago

I'm using an LG ultrawide curved for my 2nd monitor. Love the ultrawide. Not sure on the model, but it's whatever their main curved ultrawide was last year.

CupOf SleepyTimeTea
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CupOf SleepyTimeTea
12 days 6 hours ago

A few nice examples of Gatsby in action: segment.com/blogformidable.com/sean.is

Lex Semenenko
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Lex Semenenko
12 days 7 hours ago

Just heard today about this from your awesome Syntax podcast, and here they are Gatsby tuts.

Pafnut Komers
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Pafnut Komers
12 days 10 hours ago

Where can I bay a snapback like yours?

Juan Camilo Quintero
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Juan Camilo Quintero
12 days 11 hours ago

Hey Scott, Im very glad to see this video about Gatsby. Thx

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