As a Gatsby agency, we help companies develop fast, SEO friendly custom websites, applications and digital experiences.
Tinloof is a Gatsby development agency that can help you build fast, SEO-friendly, and secure websites for your business.
Our Gatsby developers have experience building dozens of sites and ecommerces, and embed within your organization as regular team members to keep communication effective and consistent.
Gatsby is often used in conjunction with headless CMSes like Sanity, to empower your marketing team to create landing pages and handle website content without the involvement of engineers or designers.
At Tinloof, we focus on achieving the highest Lighthouse and Core Web Vitals, including accessibility, best practices, and SEO.
Gatsby websites are built with performance and speed in mind, which can be beneficial for search engine optimization (SEO). Fast loading times and efficient code can help improve your site's ranking on search engines, which can drive more organic traffic to your site.
Gatsby is also designed to be SEO-friendly out of the box, with features like automatic generation of sitemaps, optimized images, and support for server-side rendering. These features can help make it easier for search engines to crawl and index your site, which can improve your site's ranking and visibility.
Working with a Gatsby agency like Tinloof helps you get to market faster while keeping in mind best practices.
Tinloof offers web application development services for businesses who need custom software to solve a specific problem.
Web applications usually restrict access to their features via a login, and provide a dashboard for their users to manage their profile, preferences or billing information. We leverage technologies like Supabase and Stripe to enable such features.
Web application frontends are built with frameworks like Gatsby that enable performance and security.
Progressive web applications (PWAs) are web applications that use modern web technologies to deliver a native app-like experience to users. They are designed to work on any device, regardless of the browser or platform, and can be installed on a user's device just like a native app.
Gatsby can be used to build the frontend of PWAs. It offers offline support, meaning users can still access your app and its content even when they don't have an internet connection.
Our Gatsby developers follow the PWA Gatsby documentation to create responsive and fast native-like apps.
Lately we've built Match Cards, a PWA available on any browser, App Store, and Google Play Store.
We design and build fast marketing websites tailored to your brand.
From design stage to production-ready code, we help brands offer the best online shopping experience.
We have years of experience designing and developing user-friendly, fast, and reliable web applications using modern technologies.
Tinloof is a Gatsby agency that also offers web design services, which means that we can define the user interface, user experience, and branding of your website or ecommerce.
After the design mockups are completed, Tinloof designers do the handover to our Gatsby developers who take care of implementing the frontend. The frontend is built with page speed in mind, ensuring that response times are kept minimal when your users interact with your site or app.
As part of our frontend development services, we ensure that your site or app is:
- SEO-friendly: following the best practices in technical SEO
- Responsive: we follow a design system and the best CSS libraries like Tailwind
- Accessible: following Google Lighthouse and WCAG recommendations
- Robust: we use technologies like TypeScript to point out compilation errors at development time
Below is an example of how what a Figma from Tinloof looks like:
Gatsby can be used as a frontend framework for your backend.
It is an "API-first" tool, meaning that it pulls data from an API rather than a database. This means that you can use any kind of backend with Gatsby, as long as it has an API.
One common way to use Gatsby with a backend is to build the backend as an API that serves data to the Gatsby frontend. This is known as an "API-first" or "headless" architecture, since the frontend and backend are decoupled and communicate through APIs.
To integrate Gatsby with a backend, you can use one of the many plugins that are available for pulling data from various sources, such as CMSs (Sanity), databases (Supabase), and third-party APIs. You can also use Gatsby's GraphQL API to query your own custom API for data.
Working with a Gatsby development agency like Tinloof gives you access to years of experience building web applications. You can read more about our web application services.
Had the pleasure of collaborating with the agency for building a frontend for our backend offering.
Things went smoothly, there were no delays in feature deliveries and in terms of communication, my feeling is that we were always on the same page. I can only higlhly recommend Tinloof!”
A particular note is for their front-end skills. The platform performs at cutting-edge levels in performance (1.3 seconds to load the heaviest page), SEO (lighthouse score of 98%), accessibility, and responsiveness (mobile is particularly excellent). After product validation, our users were amazed by the UI/UX design, something looking "professional, even better than dominant incumbents in the market.”
Gatsby is a free and open source framework based on React that helps developers build fast and modern websites and apps.
It was created to make it easy for developers to create websites that are fast, secure, and easily maintainable.
Gatsby uses modern web technologies such as React and GraphQL to build websites that are fast and responsive, and it has a large plugin ecosystem that allows developers to easily add additional functionality to their sites.
There are a few reasons why you might want to work with a Gatsby development agency like Tinloof:
Overall, working with a Gatsby agency can be a good option if you want to build a high-quality website or app with the Gatsby framework and want the support and expertise of an experienced team to help you do it.
Gatsby is used by thousands of companies, including Snapchat and Tinder.
You can find a list of sites that use Gatsby on this showcase page.
Here are some benefits of using Gatsby for web and app development:
Yes, it is possible to convert an existing website to Gatsby. This process is called "migration," and it involves moving the content, design, and functionality of your existing website to a new Gatsby site.
Working with a Gatsby agency can be a good option if you want to migrate your existing website to Gatsby, as they will have the expertise and experience to help you do it effectively. A Gatsby agency can help you plan and execute the migration process, ensuring that your new Gatsby site is set up correctly and that all of your content and functionality is transferred over smoothly.
Keep in mind that migrating an existing website to Gatsby can be a complex process, and it may require some development work to ensure that the new site is set up correctly and functions as intended. However, the end result can be a faster, more modern, and more maintainable website or app, which can be well worth the investment.
Yes, Gatsby can be used for ecommerce. In fact, it is well-suited for building ecommerce sites and apps because of its focus on speed, performance, and security.
Gatsby has a number of plugins and integrations available that can be used to add ecommerce functionality to your site. For example, you can use the Gatsby Stripe plugin to integrate with the Stripe payment processing platform, or the Gatsby Shopify plugin to connect to the Shopify ecommerce platform.
There are also a number of pre-built templates and starters available that can be used as a starting point for building an ecommerce site with Gatsby. These templates and starters can help you get up and running quickly, and they often include examples of how to use Gatsby's ecommerce-specific plugins and integrations.