the-travel-shelf - A magazine and index of beautiful global independent bookstores

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On first run, install gatsby cli globally npm install --global gatsby-cli. Run npm install to install dependencies.

http://thetravelshelf.com
https://github.com/RichardLitt/the-travel-shelf

Dependencies:

bootstrap : ^4.0.0
font-awesome : ^4.7.0
gatsby : ^1.9.202
gatsby-image : ^1.0.42
gatsby-link : ^1.6.37
gatsby-plugin-favicon : ^2.1.1
gatsby-plugin-react-helmet : ^2.0.5
gatsby-plugin-sass : ^1.0.17
gatsby-plugin-sharp : ^1.6.41
gatsby-remark-images : ^1.5.59
gatsby-source-filesystem : ^1.5.24
gatsby-transformer-json : ^1.0.16
gatsby-transformer-remark : ^1.7.33
gatsby-transformer-sharp : ^1.6.22
react : ^16.2.0
react-dom : ^16.2.0
react-helmet : ^5.2.0
react-mailchimp-subscribe : ^1.0.3
reactstrap : ^5.0.0-beta

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