Gatsby is great at rendering images. To do this, you need to leverage the Gatsby Image Plugin. For most of the images on the site, that is no problem. For images in Rich Text, it's not so simple.
Lots of Contentful website examples contain models for everything you would expect from a website. Standard pages, articles, authors, SEO, images, content blocks, etc. However, there is one subtle aspect that can get tricky, CTAs.
In this post, I wanted to show how to clean up your GraphQL calls with fragments. This will make for a cleaner, more reusable code base.
In this post, we will go over how we leverage Gatsby and Contentful to allow us to use dynamic content types across our site pages.
In this post, we will cover one of our favorite features in Contentful, the Images API. We will go over some of it's coolest features, and how we leveraged it to build a custom image gallery.