Hello friends, the Contentful developer newsletter celebrates building digital products, web development and all things Contentful. This month, puns from our succulent neighborhood:
Exciting things from the internet
It’s been 100 years since the theremin was created. Here is a fun project by Richard Yee using tonejs to create a virtual theremin on the web. Want to visualize your theremin music? Here are some awesome audio visualization tools, tutorials, libraries, codepens and more curated by Willian Justen, Luis Henrique and Marcio Ribeiro.
A curated collection of awesome Graph QL resources maintained by CT Lin.
Community starter of the month
This starter by Maxi Gimenez uses Next and Contentful to create a medium styled blog.
Awesome people making awesome things
In this tutorial by Connor Reilly, you get down to building the actual pages, writing your GraphQL queries and styling with Tailwind.
Obinna Ekwuno has two great tutorials on creating a blog post on Gatsby Cloud with Contentful and setting up a Gatsby site for incremental builds with Contentful on Gatsby Cloud.
Thank you for being awesome and part of our community!
If you build something that you’d like to share with the community, please reach out or join our slack org.
Contentful Developer Evangelist Shy Ruparel has made a great Contentful 11ty starter.
While Stefan Judis was playing around with the Contentful GraphQL API one morning, he noticed that you can check the `linkedFrom` field if you want to find out what entries link to other entries. You can see the video of his query on twitter.
The Mux app has been introduced to the Contentful marketplace. Mux allows users to upload their video content from inside the Contentful web app. See the Mux documentation for more information on installation and configuration.
Forma 36 now has a new accessible and perceivable color palette for the Contentful web app and across our design system components.
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