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  1. docs/blog/2020-03-20-dropping-support-for-node-8/index.md

    ---
    title: "Dropping Support for Node 8"
    date: 2020-03-20
    author: Mikhail Novikov
    excerpt: "We're dropping support for Node 8 in minor releases of core Gatsby packages."
    tags:
      - releases
    ---
    
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  2. docs/blog/2019-03-04-new-schema-customization/index.md

    ---
    title: New schema customization API in Gatsby
    date: 2019-03-04
    author: Mikhail Novikov
    tags: ["graphql", "releases"]
    ---
    
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  3. docs/blog/2020-02-18-gazette-2019-recap/index.md

    ### 2.2.0: Schema Customization
    
    #### [2019-03-19](https://github.com/gatsbyjs/gatsby/compare/******@****.***@2.2.0)
    
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  4. .github/actions/high-priority-prs/src/process-data.js

        slackUsername: "@biscarch",
      },
      "https://github.com/LekoArts": {
        name: "Lennart Jörgens",
        slackUsername: "@lennart",
      },
      "https://github.com/freiksenet": {
        name: "Mikhail Novikov",
        slackUsername: "@freiksenet",
      },
      "https://github.com/stefanprobst": {
        name: "Stefan Probst",
        slackUsername: "@stefanprobst",
      },
      "https://github.com/davidbailey00": {
        name: "David Bailey",
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  5. docs/blog/2018-09-25-announcing-graphql-stitching-support/index.md

    ---
    title: Announcing support for natively querying 3rd-party GraphQL APIs with Gatsby
    date: 2018-09-25
    author: "Mikhail Novikov"
    tags: ["graphql", "plugins", "content-mesh", "releases"]
    ---
    
    When Gatsby was started 3.5 years ago, [GraphQL](https://www.graphql.com/) was still an internal project at Facebook and had yet to be open sourced.
    
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  6. docs/blog/2019-05-17-improvements-to-schema-customization/index.md

    ---
    title: Improvements to Schema Customization API - Available in Gatsby 2.5.0
    date: 2019-05-17
    author: Mikhail Novikov
    tags:
      - graphql
      - releases
    ---
    
    Today we are releasing further improvements to the schema customization that [we've released in version 2.2.0](/blog/2019-03-18-releasing-new-schema-customization). You can use them with Gatsby 2.5.0.
    
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  7. docs/blog/2019-03-18-releasing-new-schema-customization/index.md

    ---
    title: New Schema Customization API - Available in Gatsby 2.2.0
    date: 2019-03-19
    author: Mikhail Novikov
    tags:
      - graphql
    ---
    
    Two weeks ago, we announced our plans for a [new schema customization API](/blog/2019-03-04-new-schema-customization/). Today we are making this set of new APIs and enhancements available to all in `gatsby`@`2.2.0`.
    
    First, install the latest and greatest version of `gatsby`, like so:
    
    ```shell
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  8. docs/blog/2019-03-11-gatsby-themes-roadmap/index.md

    core community `BlogPost` type with multi-author support. It would be
    immediately compatible with any theme that used the `BlogPost` type.
    
    If you're following closely you may have already seen [a blog post by Mikhail
    Novikov](/blog/2019-03-04-new-schema-customization/) on
    the new schema customization APIs: `createTypes` and `createResolvers`. These
    are the primitives we are using to build data abstractions to use with themes.
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  9. docs/blog/2020-01-30-why-gatsby-is-better-with-javascript/index.md

    ---
    title: "Why Gatsby is better with JavaScript"
    date: 2020-01-30
    author: Mikhail Novikov
    excerpt: "Gatsby sites can work without JavaScript, however they will often be faster when JavaScript is enabled. In addition, adding interactive elements is much easier."
    tags:
      - Gatsby
      - JavaScript
      - Performance
      - Accessibility
    ---
    
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  10. docs/blog/2019-04-19-gatsby-why-we-write/index.md

    [Kyle](/contributors/kyle-mathews/),...
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