I've previously shown the way to use the Contentful.CodeFirst package to let your c# classes act as the basis of your content model in Contentful in another article. But what happens if your content model already exists and you want to create corresponding, strongly-typed C# models? That's a lot of boilerplate code to write—today I'm happy to release a new tool that helps you do just that.
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Last week, the GatsbyJS team members Kyle Mathews, Jason Lengstorf, Shannon Soper, and Mike Allanson were in Berlin and visited us at the Contentful office. Contentful and GatsbyJS play very well together, with two Contentful developers Khaled Garbaya and Benedikt Rötsch having contributed to the code base of this popular static site generator.
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