This is the third video in our beginner series exploring GatsbyJS and how to use it to easily build performant apps and websites:

  1. What is Gatsby?
  2. Starting a New Gatsby Project
  3. Gatsby’s Default Files and Folders (this post)
  4. Writing HTML in a Gatsby Project
  5. Adding Pages to a Gatsby Project
  6. Wrapping Pages in a Layout Component
  7. Writing CSS in a Gatsby Project
  8. Writing CSS-in-JS in a Gatsby Project
  9. Adding Content to a Gatsby Project
  10. Using GraphQL with Gatsby

In this video, we walk through each file and folder that comes with a new Gatsby project and talk about what each one is for so you can start customizing your site.

Check out the video below or view the entire playlist on YouTube.

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