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React library for integrating react-contentful into the server-side rendering of your Next.js app.




Next Contentful

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React library for integrating react-contentful into the server-side rendering of your Next.js app.


Via npm

npm install --save next-contentful

Via Yarn

yarn add next-contentful

How to use

To use next-contentful, just set the parameters that will be used by the ContentfulClient from react-contentful and wraps your Next.js app in a ContentfulProvider and handles initiating both the ContentfulClient for both SSR/requests and the browser client.

Any Query instance that appear in your React tree will be queued and requested server-side and included in the initial state to make reduce the requests being made by the client and results in your Next/React app rendering faster client-side.

Here’s an example of how it is used:

import App, { Container } from 'next/app';
import React from 'react';
import { withContentful } from 'next-contentful';

// Contentful config properties
const space = '[CONTENTFUL SPACE]';
const accessToken = '[CONTENTFUL ACCESS TOKEN]';
const host = '';
const locale = 'es-US';

class MyApp extends App {
  static async getInitialProps({ Component, ctx, router }) {
    let pageProps = {};

    if (Component.getInitialProps) {
      pageProps = await Component.getInitialProps({ ctx });

    return { pageProps };

  render() {
    const {
    } = this.props;

    return (
        <Component {...pageProps} />

export default withContentful({
  host,         // Optional: Defaults to ''
  locale,       // Optional: Defaults to `en-US`


Higher-order component that makes it easy to quickly add Contentful support to your Next.js application by providing the setup to that allows react-contentful components to be rendered both server-side and client-side within your React applications.


  • space: string - ID of the Contentful space you are working with

  • accessToken: string - Contentful access token used to access the space

  • locale: string - Default locale to apply to queries (Note: This can be overriden with locales set on the individual queries).

  • host: string - Host to use for the Contentful requests. Defaults to, but could be set to when used with a preview token.

  • environment: string – Environment value to use for Contentful requests. Defaults to master.


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