See what others are building with GraphCMS and share your own!
Static Site Builds with GitHub Actions
Marco Streng shows how you can trigger a GitHub Actions Workflow from GraphCMS, to deploy your static site using AWS Lambda for the serverless function and Amazon S3 for storage.
Modular Web Apps with Jamstack
Rob Dominguez went on to develop web apps using the Jamstack, and defines it as “pure nirvana”. To quote him, “This makes development fast. Like, "I can build a SaaS in a day" fast.”
Habeeb Bombata’s Portfolio
An absolute firecracker of a portfolio for Habeeb Bombata, using GraphCMS, ReactJS, Lottie, and GraphQL. The portfolio is brilliantly made, and we highly recommend checking it out!
Travel Bucket List Map
Colby Fayock recently (and really quickly) spun together a travel bucket list using GraphCMS, Gatsby, and LeafletJS that was also featured on FreeCodeCamp.
GraphCMS Markdown Migrator
Giacomo couldn't find a simple solution to move over all his static markdown files into GraphCMS, so he built one. Give the migrator .md files and it will create a Post entry in GraphCMS.
Updates from SAP
Oliver shared what he’s working on with GraphCMS and Gatsby - a regularly updated online repository that aggregates recorded online sessions from within the SAP community.
Blog with Gatsby, Chakra UI and GraphCMS
Hawyar from the GraphCMS community took that very blog starter to the next level. Check out his blog website template powered by GraphCMS and Gatsby with some pretty neat features, using ChakraUI.
Frontend Serverless with React and GraphQL— A Masterclass
Dr. Stephen Jensen released a brand new course on Code Mochi! Check out this course on Serverless, GraphQL, React, and Next.js
Colby Fayock dropped his much-anticipated eBook - the Jamstack Handbook, featuring setting up a Jamstack website with Gatsby, Netlify, and GraphCMS. Grab a copy!
Rishi Kothari's Portfolio
Rishi pushed out a shiny new portfolio with a calming aesthetic. Built using Next.js, SASS, and Framer Motion, all the content is served from GraphCMS, making for a ridiculously high-performance portfolio.
Inference Podcasts delivered with GraphCMS
Michele hosts Inference Podcast and wanted to upload new episodes on Spotify. The problem? Spotify only accepts external RSS feeds, and most external services get costly quickly. The solution? Whip up a new project using the GraphCMS Podcast starter, and generate that RSS using our API.
Focus on GraphCMS
Marcelo's Headless Creator platform provides continuous learning (completely free) for anyone interested in working with a Headless CMS. With regular updates to the course and a brand new "Focus on GraphCMS" track, Marcelo puts a ton of thought and care into each episode, be sure to check it out, and register.
Adding TypeScript support
Agency Website with Shopify and GraphCMS
Vincent recently launched the new Molsoft website. Based in Montreal, Molsoft are a specialized agency creating unique eCommerce experiences with expertise in Shopify Plus.
Sergio launched a new product on Product Hunt called Zyla. Its’ an open-source headless commerce package deployable on Vercel that uses Dola, BEP, and GraphCMS. Pokedex is a demo built on the same.
Video series to build a portfolio with GraphCMS
Adam Richardson created a 3-part video series to build a Portfolio website and a blog with GraphCMS + Next.js + Tailwind CSS. An extensive tutorial - where Adam walks through every aspect of the process and builds it from scratch!
Building a Powerful Vue.js SPA for E-Commerce
Maxime Laboissonnière crafted an in-depth tutorial on building an e-commerce SPA with Vue.js and GraphCMS. He also included a live demo and a GitHub Repo for people to follow along and try it on their own.
Website for The Buffalo Ryders
Sean Norton, a full stack web developer from Columbus, Ohio created a fun website on Vue and GraphCMS for a band’s fans to keep up with them and all their gigs!
Compare Broadband Deals
Doug Silkstone built a side project called BBCHero in a couple of weeks, from conception to build. The aim being to get customers to the good stuff ASAP without frontloading the experience with requests for names, emails, first-born souls. It's Next.js & GraphCMS on top of Netlify with a Nodejs microservice to link a couple of API's together with headless CMS.
Janarthan's Clean Portfolio
Janarthan used GraphCMS with Next.js to build a clean website with subtle animations that we quite like! Initially just a website, he took inspiration from some great educators in the industry to create his own blog and for that - he chose GraphCMS. Here’s a well-written account of how it was built.
Didem's Podcast Tutorial
Didem created a tutorial for their subscribers, using a Podcast starter. Powered by GraphCMS and using Next.js + Tailwind CSS for UI, this is a fairly simple app that you can follow the tutorial and build with Didem.
Sanjib's Fun Portfolio
Explore Sanjib Kumar Dey's portfolio website built with Next.js + GraphCMS with Rough Notation. It's a great example of what can be done utilizing GraphCMS to create a clean presentation with subtle animation.
A course on GraphCMS, Next.js and Leaflet
Willian created a very popular map course on Udemy in which uses GraphCMS with Next.js and Leaflet to create a travel app to track trips, cities and facts about them.
Harry's Full-Stack Portfolio
Harry's elaborate portfolio built on GraphCMS helps him get in touch with agencies looking for contractors, display projects and get more work. Check a full feature portfolio!