Think of building sites with Gatsby as an hourglass shape.
Gatsby itself is right in the middle. The wide funnel at the top represents the fact that Gatsby can take in data from all sorts of sources. The data could be in markdown files, from a headless CMS or some other API, from a hosted database, or pretty much whatever.
The wide funnel at the bottom represents that the output from Gatsby is static files, so those files can … Read article “Data-driven Jamstack with Sourcebit”