Astro Weekly #18

Astro joins, automate publishing from Notion, data visualization in Astro, migrating from Gatsby to Astro

Hello, Astronauts!

Happy Pancake Day to my fellow Astronauts here in the UK. If you're reading this from outside the UK, you might be a little perplexed right now.

As we all agree, 2024 is the Year of Astro, but this past week also ushered in the Year of the Dragon. Happy Lunar New Year to those celebrating.

And finally, romance is in the air, so in the spirit of Valentine’s Day, let’s check out some links I think you’ll love this week. ❤️

This week in Astro

A new home for Astronauts

Astroverse expands 🪐

In official unofficial news, Astro has found a new home on daily.devThe Astroverse. Led by Astro maintainer Elian van Cutsem, it's a convenient way for Astronauts to stay updated on the latest news across Astro, as well as the wider web development ecosystem.

You can join The Astroverse via the invite link below.

Astro Community 🧑‍🚀

Notes, tasks, wikis, Astro

Automate publishing from Notion 📝

Notion is an incredibly popular note-taking app, but have you considered Notion as a CMS for your Astro project?

Mufti Azan Farooqi has produced a great write-up on how they use Notion to curate a weekly learning list and then automate the publishing process to Astro to share this list with friends and colleagues.

Fancy schmancy data viz

Data visualization in Astro 📊

Astro Weekly regular Paul Scanlon is back with another insightful article, this time showing us how he used Astro and Contentful to produce a visual representation of what he’s been writing about on his blog.

What else I’ve been reading this week 🤓

Check out these great posts from the Astro Community ↓

If you have something awesome you’d like to share with the Astro community, you can reach me at [email protected] or via DM on X

Astro on X 💫

What’s happening on Twitter X this week…

Astro Showcase 🤩

Colors and fonts, fonts and colors

Our showcase this week comes from someone who needs little introduction to the Astro Community, Michael Andreuzza.

Michael, known for his incredible work on Lexington Themes, has rebuilt the awesome Color and Fonts project using Astro.

True to Michael’s trademark style, Color and Fonts exudes clean, minimal vibes, making it a resource you'll want to revisit time and again.

And whilst you’re here, don’t forget to check out Michael’s stunning collection of free & premium Astro templates available at Lexington Themes.

Other Astro projects in orbit 🪐

More great Astro projects worth checking out! ↓

Would you like your work to be featured in our Astro Showcase? Get in touch at [email protected] or DM me on X

Beyond the Astrosphere 🪐

What caught my eye outside of Astro this week…

That’s everything we have for this week, Astronauts!

As always, if you have something you’d like to share in Astro Weekly, you can reach me at [email protected] or via DM on X.

Before I sign off, we’re so close to reaching 500 subscribers, so if you’ve been enjoying Astro Weekly, please keep sharing it wherever you hang out online!

Until next time. Peace.

Nathan 🧑‍🚀

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