GatsbyJS is a generator for blazing fast static web sites or web apps powered by pre-rendered ReactJS. With this plugin, you can build any amount of gatsby sites from a single Plone CMS, the ultimate open source enterprise CMS.
This gatsby-source plugin pulls the whole content tree from a Plone site (or its sub-folder) using Plone REST API and makes it available for querying via GraphQL in a Gatsby based project.
Common use-cases include to
spin-off practically unlimited amount of individually hosted, branded and featured static sites from content managed in a single Plone instance without side-effects to the Plone instance in question
allow mixed use of Plone, where small individually branded ˝poster sites˝ could be published from larger Plone site with unified theme without need for hosting secondary CMS instances for a such need
build mash-ups mixin Plone content with content from file-system or other sources.
No Plone knowledge should be required to use this plugin. Just follow the examples in gatsby-starter-plone and the official Gatsby user documentation.
A Plone add-on collective.webhook can be used to trigger CI pipelines to rebuild and deploy sites after any change in Plone content.
˝Andy goes to Plone’s Deployment control panel. There he finds a Big Green Button. He pushes it and covers his eyes. A minute later, a bunch of static HTML files appear in a directory on the server, covering the Plone site, with basic navigation and a site map. Search is provided via a form that posts to Google for search results on the current site.˝ –Martin Aspeli, 2009, ˝Pete and Andy try Plone 4˝