Helping local shops survive and thrive during the COVID-19 crisis

Marzee Labs has partnered with Menos Hub and has just launched a web platform with a directory of small businesses in Portugal trying to survive the current COVID-19 crisis - compraaospequenos.pt. We've used Gatsby, Google Sheets, Material-UI and Netlify to build it and we are making the code available on GitHub so anyone around the world can use it to create their local network of shops.

What you need to know about Static Site Generators.

We've written before about our adventures into assembling our own Static Site Generator tech stack, named Besugo after the Portuguese red seabream. This time we thought we should step even further back, and discuss why we started working on it in the first place.

Automating demo sites with Gatsby, Netlify and Airtable’s GraphQL API

Marzee Labs is the new organizer of JAMstack meetups in Porto, Portugal. Our first event was held in Porto i/o Santa Catarina last June, 5th.

JAMstack Meetups in Portugal

If you are from the web world you are probably familiar with the term JAMstack. It is a new way of building web applications with superior performance, lower cost, higher security, better scalability and awesome developer experience.