When envisioning your content for any web project, it's useful to visualize your content types before getting started. What are the main bits of content that are unique? What other types are reusable? In this post, community member Allan White looks at how Datica identified their content types and leveraged the linked entries features of Contentful for running their marketing site.
Have you ever watched a sports team huddle over a big play? With the game on the line they make a decision in minutes and everyone runs out to do their part. Or at least that’s how it seems. In reality, dozens of pre-game decisions have to happen. Before they step on the field, coaches have already discussed their team’s abilities, mapped out possible plays and decided who makes the final call.
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By any measure, 2019 has been a phenomenal year for Contentful, surpassing expectations for growth — repeatedly — as we modernize how content flows in organizations. As pioneers and market leaders in headless CMS, we’re at the forefront of transforming how brands deliver digital experiences.
My deepest apologies to my colleagues, friends and strangers who have heard me talk only about two things since the Ada Lovelace Festival: reimagining tech futures and Solid pods. Let me explain.
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