As developers, we know that selecting the best stack for the job is never easy. That’s why we at Contentful have been working hard to give you The Example App — a series of reference applications that walks you through the basics of Contentful.
There’s no point in producing compelling content if no-one knows it’s been published. And despite its ancient status, email is still an extremely popular and effective method for notifying subscribers. Contentful, via its webhooks functionality, provides a thoroughly modern, highly flexible approach to generating email notifications that keeps your code and design entirely separate. So, let’s delve a little deeper into what’s required to trigger the creation of a campaign in MailChimp.
We’ve compiled a list of common signs that you’ve outgrown your CMS. It includes:
When your job is to build digital products, sooner or later you will have the urge to provide your co-workers with a way to edit content within your product. It is true that you can start with "just an API" that returns JSON to achieve quick results; but in the long run, management of cross-platform and scalable content means way more than “just serving JSON”.
GraphQL has made waves with front-end developers, but if you’re a backend developer, chances are it hasn’t infiltrated your world –– you might not even know what it is. And it’s not your fault. There has been a limited amount of blog posts, talks and information around using GraphQL APIs on languages that don’t have an official Apollo client.
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