Gatsby uses 4 files in the root of your project to configure your site and control its behavior. All of these files are optional.
- gatsby-config.js - Enables plugins, defines common site data, and contains other site configuration that integrates with Gatsby’s GraphQL data layer.
- gatsby-browser.js - Gives you control over Gatsby’s behavior in the browser. For example, responding to a user changing routes, or calling a function when the user first opens any page.
- gatsby-node.js - Allows you to respond to events in the Gatsby build cycle. For example, adding pages dynamically, editing GraphQL nodes as they are created, or performing an action after a build is complete.
- gatsby-ssr.js - Exposes Gatsby’s server-side rendering process so you can control how it builds your HTML pages.
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