A problem I’ve been facing is how to remove content in Gatsby that has a deadline. Here I’ll show you the approach I’m using to filter content at query time using GraphQL and then automate the build process.
You often read that the best way to make progress and achieve your goals is to show up every day and put in the hours. But this doesn’t make it any easier to make happen.
Having a clearly defined, repeatable strategy is the easiest way to make problem solving more tolerable.
By setting goals you typically define a desired future behaviour or specific outcome. But goal setting doesn’t provide any kind of plan to help you achieve your goals. A strategy known as “Implementation Intentions” can help.
To understand the arrow function syntax, you need to get an understanding of a few different ways of expressing a function.
A boolean value is either true or false. Like a light switch it’s either on or off.
Perhaps the easiest way to format dates in Gatsby is at query-time using Gatsby’s GraphQL layer.
No unrealistic goals for this year. Instead, all I want to do is outline the things I’m keen to focus regular time and energy on in 2020.
With 2019 almost over, it’s time to reflect on what have been another busy 12 months. This is a chance take note of my successes and failures and pinpoint potential areas for improvement.