Modern Web development platform Gatsby received $ 15 million A round of financing

Gatsby  is a use React GraphQL and other modern Web technologies to help developers build sites faster platform, today announced that it has completed a $ 15 million A round of financing led by the CRV. Previous investors Trinity Ventures, Mango Capital, Fathom Capital and Dig Ventures also with the cast this round of financing, further comprising Augusto Marietti Kong CEO and Adobe CPO Scott Belsky. Prior to this the company has raised $ 3.8 million in start-up capital.

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Gatsby  since 2015 launch, currently it is not a household name. However, its clients have included IBM, PayPal, Braun, Airbnb and Impossible Burger and so on. The company said the site is currently ranked first 10,000 Approximately 1% is built on top of the platform, Gatsby trying to get more companies to give up their old LAMP stack and use more advanced technology stack to build a modern open platform . Gatsby also abolished the monolithic CMS system, replaced by a collection of various tools that still allows content creators to create content using WordPress or Drupal platform. The  Gatsby  will only be the presentation layer CMS.

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"It took us four years to establish Gatsby, making it the most comprehensive platform for building modern web site," Gatsby-founder and CEO Kyle Matthews wrote. "Companies still need months or even years to begin to realize the full build and deploy on Gatsby using advanced Web stack."

Gatsby itself based GatsbyJS open source project. The company said that since the project began, more than 2,500 people involved contributions. Matthews said, Gatsby (the company) is now an annual contribution of about $ 3 million to open source projects, which include the core Gatsby tools and plug-ins surrounding ecosystem.

As with similar open source projects, Gatsby to provide commercial hosting services by providing service that helps developers to quickly build a new team site, a site price starts at $ 50 per month .

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via techcrunch

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