Setting up a GatsbyJS starter with TypeScript, ESLint, Prettier and pre-commit hooks
So yes just fork the Gatsby default starter to your own Github account and clone it to your local machine from there.
git clone [email protected]:gatsbyjs/gatsby-starter-default.git
cd into the folder
npm run develop
And you are done with setting you your Gatsby starter and it's running , on
http://localhost:8000/ and we can start to set-up TypeScript now!