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    stellify
    @codeindustry_gitlab
    Does anyone have a live site that has been successfully indexed by Google?
    Kevin Doocey
    @Doocey
    @codeindustry_gitlab That's a broad question. Do you mean a JAMStack site ?
    stellify
    @codeindustry_gitlab
    @Doocey of course! That makes my question a lot less broad!
    Guy Romelle Magayano
    @guyromellemagayano
    @richardme You can start by choosing your preferred static site generator. It could be Jekyll, Middleman, Hugo, Gatby and many others.
    Levi Robertson
    @lvrbrtsn_gitlab
    Hello all!
    Nico
    @nmassi
    hi all
    Amin Charoliya
    @amincharoliya
    Hello guys
    When using a github public repo, How can I hide my firebase config?
    Perry
    @PerrySetGo
    @sotayamashita sorry that I didn't see this request sooner. My name is Perry and I'm the Community Manager at Netlify. I've just edited the link to the URL you have provided. I'll be around in this space more from now on, you can also reach me @ community@netlify.com for questions/info regarding Jamstack Meetups! :D
    Caleb
    @tech4him1
    @codeindustry_gitlab Are you having a specific problem getting something indexed? Or are you just asking in general?
    @amincharoliya Not sure I can directly help you with that, but just so you know, if it is truly private data such as an account/API key or something like that, you normally shouldn't have it in your repo at all, public or otherwise.
    Amin Charoliya
    @amincharoliya
    @tech4him1 Okay, So how can I hide those things from public?
    ghostwriter9151
    @ghostwriter9151
    hi all. I'm trying to use strapi with graphql on heroku. indeed, strapi is working fine, but when it comes to the content-type-builder and content-manager I run into unspecified errors (I can't create a new content type and create data for it). In the related tutorial on how to set it up, it is suggested to use the mLab plugin for database configuration, but I don't do that (I configure my mlab db connection manually). anybody thinks my issue is related to that? furthermore the same strapi instance is running without any errors locally with the same database setup.
    Stanislav (Stas) Katkov
    @skatkov
    Anyone knows how to read netlify function logs? Ability to do that is being mentioned in a lot of documentation, but I can't find a way to actually do it :)
    Paulo Lopes
    @pmlopes
    Hi all, I'm new to JAM stack and from the site the content focus mostly on client/frontend. Knowing that the A in jam is for API, are there any best practices, recommendations for backend/API developers besides of using JSON as the transport format?
    Dashon Jamal Hawkins
    @Dashon-Hawkins
    @pmlopes Maybe I'm not understanding your question correctly, so excuse me and elaborate to me a bit more. I would look at a couple of things that you need to have a working knowledge of the following: GraphQL, YAML, Node.JS/Express.JS, serverless/AWS Lambda functions, DJango/Python, and Go. I'd also look at Google's PWA docs and better uncerstand service workers. Netlify's docs will probably give you more in depth on th backend as much as Google.They all can be involved in the backend. GraphQL has a different JSON-esque format as it pertains to it's schema. I've seen a few things in CSV. A bit more things in YAML. I just don't know what you are looking to do. I hope that I answered you question somewhat.
    Paulo Lopes
    @pmlopes
    My question was more about focusing on backend / api development. Given that jamstack advocates using PWA apps, CDN for the static resources, if I'm producing APIs to be consumed by these apps, I assume that any json based api / graphql should be OK, but do you have guidelines for say for example, pagination of results using the HTTP range header vs query parameters... so my quite broad question was if you have recommendations for backend or is it just not the scope from jamstack at all...
    Levi Robertson
    @lvrbrtsn_gitlab
    @pmlopes The JAMstack is driven by api's so its definitely in the scope. Since we aren't generating pages server side they are pretty much the lifeblood of any JAMstack app. Any json response should be fine, but I think the community currently favors GraphQL over rest, so take that into consideration. As far as pagination, and the other things, they should follow the long established traditional best practices of API design.
    yonezawas
    @yonezawas_gitlab
    Hi all, I'm looking for DBaaS or alternatives working with react app and netlify. Is there any good idea?
    Also this is my hobby project. I don't want to pay too much for beginning...
    Levi Robertson
    @lvrbrtsn_gitlab
    @yonezawas_gitlab I have been using GraphCMS and enjoying it!
    yonezawas
    @yonezawas_gitlab
    @lvrbrtsn_gitlab interesting. But it seems too expensive to me (49usd/month).. Is your project running Developer plan?
    Levi Robertson
    @lvrbrtsn_gitlab
    It is
    Dashon Jamal Hawkins
    @Dashon-Hawkins
    @lvrbrtsn_gitlab is there anyone here that is over the community so that we can connect the JAMstack-Phoenix Meetup?
    soulaimanassikiou
    @soulaimanassikiou

    Hello! I have a quick question.
    Intro
    I’m running a static site on Netlify (with HugoCMS). It is a blog where I will write articles and I want to be able to read the number of subscribers from social network (facebook, twitter, youtube…).

    Question
    How can I get this data (I guess only option is using their APIs) and how can I display that info in my site (Can I do it without using a backend?)

    Amin Charoliya
    @amincharoliya
    Hello
    If I want to use Gatsby +Headless WordPress then How my project will setup on Netlify?
    Do I need different server to host the Wordpress?
    Tony Alves
    @talves
    @amincharoliya yes, you would have Wordpress on a different server
    Amin Charoliya
    @amincharoliya
    Thanks @talves for response
    Adam Soffer
    @adamsoffer
    Has anyone had any luck getting live previews working with wordpress?
    Sung M. Kim
    @dance2die
    I think the last example Adaptive Programmer seems to be gone now... (https://jamstack.org/examples/)
    Getting forwarded to a parked domain. 🤔
    Would anyone else be able to confirm?
    grittoa
    @grittoa
    @soulaimanassikiou Have you considered using Netlify CMS functions (https://www.netlify.com/docs/functions/)?
    Ido Shemesh
    @Idosun_twitter
    Hey, is there a way to restrict authenticated users from accessing specific pages in a static/generated site based on a SAML assertion attribute value (for instance)?
    grittoa
    @grittoa
    @yonezawas_gitlab How about FaunaDB (https://fauna.com)?I haven't used it myself, but seen it in a few tutorials/examples.
    yonezawas
    @yonezawas_gitlab
    @grittoa thanks! 5GB with free plan is a good deal. I hope they have a nice examples.
    grittoa
    @grittoa
    @Idosun_twitter Perhaps JSON Web Tokens might do this for you.(https://www.netlify.com/docs/visitor-access-control/#role-based-access-controls-with-jwt-tokens)
    Olivier Depiesse
    @sarimarcus_twitter
    Hello guys ! I need advice for choosing an Open Source self hosted headless CMS, we are planning to build a website similar to : https://www.bestproducts.com/. I've already seen some interesting CMS, like Strapi, Cockpit or Directus. Do you have any advices you can share ? Thank you
    Franco Arza
    @arzafran
    Howdy!
    I'd like to start a JAMStack local community on my city, is there a how-to, forms, something, where can I start?
    I've hosted some meetups in the past but would like to have them be about a specific topic, and endorsed by a worldwide community
    Perry
    @PerrySetGo
    Hi @arzafran we are working on refining this process, but for now, you should get started by emailing community@netlify.com I'm the community manager and Netlify and I'll talk through this with you. Be sure to mention where you live :)
    Randy
    @olBlueEyes
    Hi all, I'm working for an education company in Beijing, and I'm trying to solve a problem about student data. Currently all scheduling and student data is handled through a complex series of linked Google spreadsheets, and I'm thinking it wouldn't be too hard to roll out some sort of web app to interact with the data (almost anything would be better than spreadsheets). My question is, what would be a "Jamstack-y" way to store all that data? I know the traditional, straightforward way would be just to stick it in a database. I have some experience setting up a simple blog with hugo (you can see it at josleyn.com), but I don't quite see how it might work for large numbers of students. Does anyone have any suggestions to offer?
    Nicolas Goutay
    @Phacks_twitter
    @arzafran Hi Franco! I started the Paris JAMstack meetup a few months back, if you have any questions (topics, logistics, merch, etc…) you can send them my way :)
    grittoa
    @grittoa
    @olBlueEyes I assume (https://gohugo.io/templates/data-templates/) doesn't meet your needs?
    Dan Christian
    @danchristian
    I am trying to find some examples of the types of application that wouldn't suit being statically generated but I can't find much out there. Could anyone help me or point me in a better direction?
    Mark Hughes (happybeing/theWebalyst)
    @happybeing
    @danchristian that's a good question and not obvious to me because you can mix static generated sites and dynamic content, especially with Solid where there is a clean separation between data and storage, and where the server is used only for storage (not application logic). So I'm tempted to answer that all types of application would be suitable for static generation on Solid, which is why I'm exploring this with React-static. Only early days so far, but I think it is a good way to go. Are you looking at something specific?
    Dan Christian
    @danchristian
    Obviosuly a blog is a good example of when to use it and something like Facebook is a bad example. But there is a ton of stuff in the middle that I am having a hard time finding out when it is and isn't a good idea. For example, a medium size SASS application that is infrequently accessed.
    Kevin Doocey
    @Doocey
    @danchristian You can always 'mix & match' in terms of usage. The whole site doesn't have to entirely commit to JAMStack methodology, (although it can serve a huge amount of purposes). More transactional applications are probably better suited to a more dynamic setup in most cases of course.
    Dan Christian
    @danchristian
    Hmm, but you would need to make a decison at the start if the applicaiton is Isomorphic (SSR) or if it's static (JAMstack) as this would determine how it's built. At least in Nuxt.js anyway
    Mark Hughes (happybeing/theWebalyst)
    @happybeing
    Oops! @danchristian my apologies, I thought this was the Solid gitter chat, so my answer doesn't apply outside there!