I’d like to create a blog with Contentful. One of the features I planned are “like” buttons (think medium “hearts”). My app will be a SPA written in JS.
From what I can see, mutating content has to be done using a different API than simply fetching said content. Since this is going to be an SPA, a call to increment an integer field would require me to bundle a content management api token with my SPA. That’s probably not a good idea …
You suggest using 3rd party services for comments. I get that. But what about something trivial like this? Is there a way to selectively allow public write access to content type properties?
Or how would one go about such a feature? Different datastore alltogether? An API facade?