Learn GatsbyJS by creating a tourism site -9

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Welcome to part-9 of the series. You can find part-8 here.

As told in the earlier post, this series is based on the learning from this awesome udemy course by John Smilga

Now, it’s time to get out data and display it in our project. We can do this with internal data, but we will use headless CMS to store our data and then will consume it.

We will use contentful for our project. So, go ahead and signup. Now, when you go to the dashboard for the first time you will get the below screen.

Contentful space

Rest of the chapter is exclusive content and will be in my upcoming book Gatsby Cookbook.

Now, we are done with all the model. So, press the Save button on the top right corner.

Save it

This completes part-9 of the series.

You can find part-10 here.

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