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Moved from Wordpress to Gatsby

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First post to move from Wordpres to Gatsby. The rest of the content will be added here soon. For now i'll just add some code to keep the examples with me.

Take a while and listen a quality underground hip-hop from Wrocław/Poland:

Here will a live code example go:

Here will a normal code block go:

1(function() {
2
3var cache = {};
4var form = $('form');
5var minified = true;
6
7var dependencies = {};
8
9var treeURL = 'https://api.github.com/repos/PrismJS/prism/git/trees/gh-pages?recursive=1';
10var treePromise = new Promise(function(resolve) {
11 $u.xhr({
12 url: treeURL,
13 callback: function(xhr) {
14 if (xhr.status < 400) {
15 resolve(JSON.parse(xhr.responseText).tree);
16 }
17 }
18 });
19});

A code block with a JSDoc comment, short, and long comment:

1/**
2 * Get value out of string (e.g. rem => px)
3 * If value is px strip the px part
4 * If the input is already a number only return that value
5 * @param {string | number} input
6 * @param {number} [rootFontSize]
7 * @return {number} Number without last three characters
8 * @example removeLastThree('6rem') => 6
9 */
10const getValue = (input, rootFontSize = 16) => {
11 if (typeof input === `number`) {
12 return input / rootFontSize;
13 }
14
15 const isPxValue = input.slice(-2) === `px`;
16
17 if (isPxValue) {
18 return parseFloat(input.slice(0, -2));
19 }
20
21 return parseFloat(input.slice(0, -3));
22};
23
24// This is a little helper function
25const helper = (a, b) => a + b;
26
27// This is also a little helper function but this time with a really long one-line comment that should show some more details
28const morehelper = (a, b) => a * b;
29
30export { getValue, helper, morehelper };

Normal block without language:

1import Test from "../components/test"
2
3const Layout = ({ children }) => (
4 <Test>
5 {children}
6 </Test>
7)
8
9export default Layout

Code block with code highlighting:

src/components/post.jsx
1import * as React from "react";
2
3const Post = ({ data: { post } }) => (
4 <Layout>
5 <Heading variant="h2" as="h2">
6 {post.title}
7 </Heading>
8 <p
9 sx={{
10 color: `secondary`,
11 mt: 3,
12 a: { color: `secondary` },
13 fontSize: [1, 1, 2],
14 }}
15 >
16 <span>{post.date}</span>
17 {post.tags && (
18 <React.Fragment>
19 {``}
20 <ItemTags tags={post.tags} />
21 </React.Fragment>
22 )}
23 </p>
24 <section
25 sx={{
26 ...CodeStyles,
27 my: 5,
28 ".gatsby-resp-image-wrapper": { my: 5, boxShadow: `lg` },
29 }}
30 >
31 <MDXRenderer>{post.body}</MDXRenderer>
32 </section>
33 </Layout>
34);
35
36export default Post;

Code block without title:

1Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone

Code block without lineNumbers (but lang):

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

Code block without lineNumbers (and without lang):

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

Code block with only the title:

src/utils/scream.js
1const scream = (input) => window.alert(input)

Code block with only the title but without lineNumbers:

src/utils/scream.js
const scream = (input) => window.alert(input)

Line highlighting without code title:

1const test = 3;
2const foo = "bar";
3const harry = "potter";
4const hermione = "granger";
5const ron = "weasley";

Here will inline code go, just inside the text. Wow!

Code block without line numbers but with highlighting, language, and title:

src/components/blog.tsx
import * as React from "react";
const Blog = ({ posts }: PostsProps) => {
const { tagsPath, basePath } = useSiteMetadata();
return (
<Layout>
<Flex sx={{ alignItems: `center`, justifyContent: `space-between` }}>
<Heading variant="h2" as="h2">
Blog
</Heading>
<Styled.a
as={Link}
sx={{ variant: `links.secondary` }}
to={`/${basePath}/${tagsPath}`.replace(/\/\/+/g, `/`)}
>
View all tags
</Styled.a>
</Flex>
<Listing posts={posts} sx={{ mt: [4, 5] }} />
</Layout>
);
};
export default Blog;
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