If you are a content creator for the web, you may have used the Open Graph protocol. The Open Graph protocol is a way to display and share information about your resource on the internet. You may have seen these in action when sharing websites and URLs on Twitter and Facebook, or when you are chatting with your coworkers on Slack. The preview and metadata for the link is shown to the user as in the Twitter post below.
In this post, we’re going to explore how to build statically generated article list pages for your blog site with Next.js and Contentful to get your content to your audience faster than ever.
Read this app framework tutorial where I’m going to show you how I created a custom reference field app which provides custom functionality.
Linked assets and entries in Contentful are a mystery no more! Let’s explore how to work with links in the REST and GraphQP APIs — and how it all “links” together!
Oh wow, the last month has been very busy — we released new API endpoints, starters, apps and features. It was hard to keep track, but luckily, you're subscribed to this newsletter.
Full-text search in Contentful just got faster — we improved the median response time by 35%. This is the story of how we did it and why it's important.
If you’ve ever wished you could repeat a certain pattern in Contentful — maybe a list of ingredients, items or products — but found that the built-in fields don’t quite do what you’re looking for, then the Repeater app is your answer.
Taking screenshots of web pages with code sounds pretty magical — but it’s actually pretty simple. Let’s break the process down and explore how we can use Puppeteer and Node.js in three different ways to automate taking screenshots of web pages.
The March 2021 edition of the Contentful developer newsletter.