Preparing your Gatsby site for production

Gatsby is a wonderful framework for quickly building static sites using React and GraphQL. Here are some things to look out for when you’re ready to put your Gatsby site live.

Metadata fun

It’s not the most fun part of building a website, but good metadata will help your site be found in search engines and will encourage people to share it on social media. It…

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