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Kepler Sticka-Jones

gatsby-theme-atom-service

Status: active​​Role: creator, maintainer​​GitHub​​npm​​

I created gatsby-theme-atom-service in 2019 while working on the AtomBuild and AtomLinter websites. gatsby-theme-atom-service is a Gatsby Theme and allows organizations that create Atom Services to curate and display the packages within their ecosystem.

Below are three example of the theme in action:

In-Repo Test Site

This site exists in the same repository as the theme, and allows for experimentation on working site. The example site has the smallest configuration for the site work, and can be used as an example to guide anyone interested in using gatbsy-theme-atom-service.

Below is a screenshot of the site, as of December 31, 2019:

Screenshot of the example site from gatsby-theme-atom-service repo (As of 12/31/2019)

AtomBuild Website

This is the website for the AtomBuild organization. Because @noseglid’s atom-build uses a consumer-provider architecture similar to AtomLinter, a webpage based on AtomLinter’s was created to curate the packages within the build ecosystem.

For more on the development story of the AtomBuild website see its entry on this portfolio.

Below is a screenshot of the site, as of December 31, 2019:

Screenshot of atombuild.github.io (As of 12/31/2019)

AtomLinter Website

This is the website for the AtomLinter organization. The website was originally created to solve the problem users having difficulty finding Linters for Atom in 2015. In the years since the site has transitioned from being a Jekyll site built with Bootstrap, to a Gatsby site built with this theme.

For more on the development story of the AtomLinter website see its entry on this portfolio.

Below is a screenshot of the site, as of December 31, 2019:

Screenshot of atomlinter.github.io (As of 12/31/2019)