Query the data with GraphQL

Learning GatsbyJS: Part II

I had intended to continue with my learning on Sunday. Instead, Sunday came and blurred into Monday. Monday was a holiday, no obligation at work. Still I worked slowly, googling frequently, reading bits and pieces, in bursts and stops.

GraphQL

My reading was mostly concerned with GraphQL, the what, when, why, who, and how.

FontAwesome Icons, site favicon

In addition to adding data to my site, I also spent some time fixing up my homepage and the overall site, such as by adding icons, replacing the default GatsbyJS favicon.ico.

First Step Site Home Page

Note:

This is the second part of a series of my recording of learning GatsbyJs, through which I also try to peel the curtain off ReactJs, Graphql, and many other technologies that made up of the inner-working of a GatsbyJS web application.

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