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Gatsby.js skills test: Pre-employment screening assessment to hire top developers

Type: Programming skills
Time: 10 min
Languages: English
Level: Intermediate

Summary of the Gatsby.js test

This Gatsby.js online skills test evaluates candidates’ knowledge of the Gatsby framework and their ability to create websites using this technology. This screening test helps you identify developers who can generate fast and responsive static sites.

Covered skills

  • Setting up the development environment

  • Creating and managing components and pages

  • Adding features with plugins

  • Query for data with GraphQL

Use the Gatsby.js test to hire

Web developers, front-end developers, full-stack developers, software engineers, and any other roles requiring intermediate knowledge of Gatsby.js.

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About the Gatsby.js test

Gatsby.js is an open-source front-end framework that enables developers to use the best part of React, Webpack, GraphQL, and other front-end tools for developing optimized websites. Gatsby combines the speed of a static generated website with the functionality of a framework.

Hiring developers who are competent in Gatsby.js will enable your business to build fast, responsive, and scalable websites with no direct connection to the database, dependencies, user data, or other sensitive information.

This Gatsby.js test evaluates candidates’ ability to set up a development environment, create and manage components and pages, add features with plugins, and query data in Gatsby with GraphQL.

Through scenario-based questions that focus on technical skills, technologies, and tools used in this framework, it evaluates candidates’ applied ability to create a fast and scalable website using Gatsby.js.

Candidates who perform well on this Gatsby.js test have a strong understanding of the framework and practical experience using it. They know how to build websites and web applications that work at speed, perform strongly, and offer a great user experience.

The Gatsby.js test ensures that these candidates have all the technical skills needed to represent your company’s vision and move it forward.

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The test is made by a subject-matter expert

Amine E.

Amine is a passionate full-stack web developer with over four years of experience in developing modern web applications and solving the most challenging problems for clients from all around the world.

Amine has used Gatsby.js in multiple projects and it is one of his favorite JavaScript frameworks alongside React.js and Next.jsAmine is a problem solver at heart, and a great communicator.

His ultimate goal is to build a platform that supports children's education in Africa.

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