This month’s newsletter is full of resources about GraphQL, new App Framework features and Algolia search implementations.
By the time I had written 15 blog articles on my website, it was getting a little tricky to find what I was looking for in a hurry! So I set out to implement search functionality on my blog using Algolia InstantSearch.
When you develop an app for Contentful using the App Framework, you create a single-page application that runs inside an iframe and shows up in the Contentful UI. Previously, hosting an app on the App Framework was only possible through third-party solutions. Today, we are announcing an easier method to host your app called app hosting!
Learn how to use the linkedFrom field in the GraphQL API to filter an entry type by linked references.
Contentful developer update: Contentful-powered Twitterbots, Rich Text tricks and new feature releases.
The Contentful Rich Text field is powerful. But how can you make the most of it? Level up your Rich-Text game with a growing list of top tips from the Contentful DevRel team.
We’re trying something new in the Contentful DevRel team. Salma and Shy are joining forces for four weeks of live streams to explore, experiment and build with Next.js, Contentful and Shopify — with the goal of proving why Jamstack is the future of ecommerce. You’re all invited!
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.
Check back soon for more meetups.