2018 has been an exciting year for Contentful. We’ve continued to grow so much and change the way content is managed for the better. What’s just as important is we’ve continued to provide you, the reader, with deeper coverage of a broader scope of topics on ways you can work better and make the most out of Contentful. We’re going back in time today to help you discover (or rediscover) reading material that will help you become a more knowledgeable expert and developer when it comes to content management.
As developers, we often search for the cleanest architectural solution. This empowers us to write code that allows for future flexibility, and can withstand changes in the direction of a project.
As enterprises move into a new era of content as a service, digital transformation and moving into the marketing cloud, a pressing issue remains: How to go about closing the chapter of legacy solutions and code, otherwise known as technical debt.
GraphQL is well on its journey of matching REST API’s popularity, making the question of its future role extremely relevant, not only for the technical audience but for anyone leading or involved in the building of digital businesses or processes of digital transformation.
I'm really excited that 2019 is just around the corner. Even though it's coming into holiday season we're still hard at work pushing improvements and updates to Contentful that you can check out on our Changelog. In this month's update we'll be highlighting combining Mailchimp with Contentful Webhooks, GraphQL schema stitching, and some services to make building things simpler.
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