eslint-react-quick-setup VS starter-gatsby-blog

Compare eslint-react-quick-setup vs starter-gatsby-blog and see what are their differences.


A guide on how to get up an running with ESLint + React (by andrews1022)


Gatsby starter for a Contentful project from the community. (by contentful)
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Posts with mentions or reviews of eslint-react-quick-setup. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-02-26.


Posts with mentions or reviews of starter-gatsby-blog. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-10-06.
  • Developer Showcase Spotlight: Low-code examples of building blogs
    8 projects | | 6 Oct 2022
    So, my first port of call was the official GitHub repository where Contentful maintains a starter blog template built using Gatsby, which has push button deployment for Gatsby Cloud. This template is basic but properly formatted with all the necessary features of a functional blog. Things like an index page, formatting for individual posts and key visuals, plus timestamps, authors, and tagging.
  • An Unnecessarily Extensive Comparison of Gatsby & Next.js (While Rebuilding My Portfolio)
    9 projects | | 15 Apr 2022
    Now to be fair to both, if you use the starter-gatsby-blog from Contentful themselves, the new gatsby-starter-contentful-homepage from Gatsby, or the Next.js Contentful example, these do use environment variables. It's just these basic starters that do not.
  • The New Gatsby Homepage Starters - Less Is More
    7 projects | | 13 Mar 2022
    Ultimately, I think there is too much content being created at the start here. There is, I think, a pretty decent chance you will end scrapping a decent portion of these models and content. Or, you will have to spend a lot of time restructuring/renaming it to meet your project's needs, which is not ideal. On the other hand, the existing contentful/starter-gatsby-blog I think has too little content. Therefore, I think there needs to be a nice middle ground with the quantity of content being generated out of the box.
  • Setup a modern Jamstack project using Gatsby, TypeScript, Styled Components, and Contentful!
    7 projects | | 26 Feb 2022
    npx gatsby new .

What are some alternatives?

When comparing eslint-react-quick-setup and starter-gatsby-blog you can also consider the following projects:

gatsby-contentful-blog - [Moved to:] - The official Jamstack site


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TypeScript - TypeScript is a superset of JavaScript that compiles to clean JavaScript output.