This tutorial series will introduce you to Prismic with Gatsby, a popular open-source framework based on React. We'll show you how to convert a hard-coded Gatsby website into one that pulls its content from Prismic.
Take a look at the project we'll be using for this article series.
We're going to work with a multi navigation website. It has a homepage with a banner and content Slices, dynamic pages that also use content Slices, and a navigation bar at the top of the page.
How this tutorial will work
The articles in this series will take you from a Gatsby website that is entirely hard-coded to one that pulls all the content from Prismic and dynamically builds the pages.
These articles will show you how to do the following:
- Launch a new project and set up the required plugins and libraries
- Migrate the hard-coded content and model it in Prismic
- Query your content
- Render the content on your pages
- Create dynamic pages and navigation
- Set up Prismic's preview functionality
Start by heading to the first article and getting the project launched and ready to go!
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