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Creating an automated slug with Contentful

When writing an article or blog post, you want an appealing, searchable title. But concerning URLs, there's more to the matter than catchy copywriting and picking a few keywords. If you don't want your URLs peppered with "%20", read on to find out how community member Eli Colpaert created an automated slug generator in Contentful that can make your slugs valid and human-readable every time.

Eli Colpaert, on Nov 29, 2019
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Contentful’s support team answers all your questions, from engineering to billing

With Contentful, enterprise customers get more than a great content management system. They also gain access to our global support team. That means a group of experts work around the globe 24/7, ready to answer your questions and solve your Contentful-related challenges.

Kiersten Thamm, on Nov 27, 2019
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Building a microsite publishing service with Contentful and AMP

Creating a flawless customer experience depends on the distribution of content across every touchpoint. Decoupled architecture makes this easy. In this post, we'll explore how this architecture can be implemented with node.js with express as part of our stack, AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) for the front end and Contentful as our backend-as-a-service.

Aye Cofalka, on Nov 22, 2019
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The State of Acute Malnutrition: a hub for life-saving information, powered by Contentful

Acute malnutrition is a deadly disease that affects over 49 million children every year. The State of Acute Malnutrition is a website that provides a comprehensive overview of information related to acute malnutrition at national and global levels. For this complex material to be effective, it must be easily accessible in several languages. We quickly found that our traditional CMS wasn’t doing enough.

Anne Salter & Vini Vaid, on Nov 21, 2019
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Keeping content models simpler, more reusable and powerful

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.

Allan White, on Nov 19, 2019


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