May 27, 2019
Welcome to my official blog built with Gatsby. For quite some time I've been wanting to build a simple and lightweight site from which I could share all of the things I have been learning about web development, and to serve as a sort of focal point for all of my personal web projects. I had heard Gatsby offered just this type of solution based on React, so I thought I'd give it a try. The result is blog.rzmy; just the simple and lightweight solution I had been looking for.
I won't be talking about how blog.rzmy was built as there are already a ton of tutorials covering this, almost all of which are much more thorough than I could ever be. That said, you can find the repository for the site here: #
Feel free to clone and repurpose as you see fit! And of course if you have any feedback about anything, feel free to hit me up.
Cloning the repository mentioned above, you will end up with a Gatsby site which pulls data from markdown files locaed in
gatsby build pulls post data
from these files and generates a series of
I've created a separate github repository to house these files and synced this repository using Netlify where blog.rzmy.win is hosted.
In the end, the process of adding posts looks like this:
src/pages/with the following format:
.mdfile in this new directory using the same title in step 1 without the date information:
.mdfile and move blog content over
publicdirectory to github (master branch)
Code changes to the site are very similar: replace steps 1-3 with merging code changes from xyz feature branch to master, then continue from step 4.
The process of building blog.rzmy.win was very rushed and obviously I am no pro, so there is a bunch to do. But my immediate goals are:
Thanks for reading!