gatsby-starter-reasonml - Gatsby starter to create static sites using type-safe ReasonML

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This starter for Gatsby is inspired by the default starter blog. Except this one supports ReasonML with its strongly typed, functional goodness. Install the Gatsby CLI.

https://github.com/iwilsonq/gatsby-starter-reasonml

Dependencies:

bs-css : ^7.2.0
bs-date-fns : ^0.1.6
bs-platform : ^5.0.2
core-js : ^2.6.5
gatsby : ^2.0.19
gatsby-plugin-manifest : ^2.0.5
gatsby-plugin-offline : ^2.0.5
gatsby-plugin-react-helmet : ^3.0.0
gatsby-source-filesystem : ^2.0.5
gatsby-transformer-remark : ^2.1.9
normalize-css : ^2.3.1
react : ^16.8.6
react-dom : ^16.8.6
react-helmet : ^5.2.0
reason-react : ^0.7.0

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