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Perform GraphQL queries against Contentful’s Rest API. No more, query size limits! No more, query complexities!!




🔗 apollo-link-contentful

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🚨 very alpha! in active development. 🚨 All minor version changes (0.X.0) are likely to have breaking changes.

Perform GraphQL queries against Contentful’s Rest API. No more, query size limits! No more, query complexities!!


Via npm

npm install --save apollo-link-contentful

Via Yarn

yarn add apollo-link-contentful

How to use

ContentfulRestLink makes it easy to query the Contentful REST API via GraphQL + Apollo, without all the fuss about query size, nor complexity, limit issues. Simply setup the link when you are creating your ApolloClient, then feel free to perform your GraphQL queries like you normally do.

The ContentfulRestLink class accepts two arguments, clientOptions and queryDefaults (optional).

  • clientOptions - Accepts all Contentful Client options, reference available here.

The only exception is that if you plan to use the Contentful Preview API, you’ll have to include an optional previewAccessToken, which will create a client for all queries where preview variable is true.

  • queryDefaults - This is just a handy tool if you happen to have some defaults that you would like to include for all queries being made to Contentful. Handy ones that you might use would be, { include: 10, locale: 'en-US' }. Where include sets the depth of linked references to include in responses, Link docs, and locale specifies the localization of the entry(ies) returned, Localization docs.


import { ApolloClient, InMemoryCache } from '@apollo/client'
import { ContentfulRestLink } from 'apollo-link-contentful'
import possibleTypes from 'types/possibleTypes.json'

const space = process.env.CONTENTFUL_SPACE
const accessToken = process.env.CONTENTFUL_ACCESS_TOKEN

const apolloClient = new ApolloClient({
  link: new ContentfulRestLink({
  }, {
    include: 10,
  cache: new InMemoryCache({ possibleTypes }),


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