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The 10 Biggest Companies Using Gatsby in 2022

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These are the biggest and most well known company sites using Gatsby as their site's foundation! These websites have been last checked 7th of November 2022 using publicly available information within the page's HTML source.

1. CIA

Screenshot of CIA's site

Perhaps not exactly a company, but CIA is way too well known to not be included! The Central Intelligence Agency's choice of web technology has been Gatsby. Their Gatsby site has around 3000 pages in total, according to their sitemap.


2. National Geographic UK

Screenshot of National Geographic UK's site

National Geographic uses Gatsby with an impressive amount of pages and articles: around 16,000 according to their sitemap.


3. Cloudflare

Screenshot of Cloudflare's site

Cloudflare uses Gatsby for their marketing site with around 1450 pages on their main English site. In total they have 15 different language sites, so if each has that many pages, then they have around 21,750 pages in total.


4. Riot Games

Screenshot of Riot Games' site

Riot Games uses Gatsby for their League of Legends, Valorant and TFT websites.

League of Legends:


Teamfight Tactics:

5. Airbnb Engineering & Data Science

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Airbnb uses Gatsby for their separate Engineering & Data Science website.


6. Calendly

Screenshot of Calendly's site

Calendly uses Gatsby for their marketing site and has around 1100 pages according to their sitemap.


7. Ahrefs

Screenshot of Ahrefs's site

Ahrefs uses Gatsby for their marketing site.


8. Little Caesars

Screenshot of Little Caesars' site

Little Caesars uses Gatsby for their Pizza pickup and delivery ordering.


9. TypeScript

Screenshot of TypeScript's site

The TypeScript documentation site has been built using Gatsby and has around 900 pages at the moment according to their sitemap. TypeScript is developed and maintained by Microsoft.


10. Linktree

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Linktree's marketing site uses Gatsby.