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A lightweight, customizable personal blog template built with GatsbyJS and React


DevBlog is a customizable blog template designed for developers and anyone else looking to start blogging. It is a statically generated blog using GatsbyJS, with features such as syntax highlighting (via PrismJS) and server-side rendering. The template is fully responsive, minimalistic, and easy to deploy.


  • Fully responsive
  • Minimalistic design
  • Customizable via a config.js file
  • Easy to deploy
  • Statically-generated via markdown files
  • Server-side rendering
  • Syntax highlighting via PrismJS


  1. Install Gatsby CLI: Run npm install --global gatsby-cli to install the GatsbyJS CLI locally.
  2. Create a new Gatsby Site using this repo: Run gatsby new YOUR_BLOG_NAME to create a new Gatsby site using the DevBlog template.
  3. Edit or use the template as needed: Start using the template by running gatsby develop to start a development environment or gatsby build to build a production build. Make necessary edits to customize the blog.

Alternatively, you can fork or clone the DevBlog repository and run npm install followed by gatsby develop to start using it.


DevBlog is a customizable blog template designed for developers and anyone else interested in blogging. It offers features such as syntax highlighting, server-side rendering, and a minimalistic design. It is easy to install and deploy, making it a convenient choice for starting a blog.


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