Managing images

    One of the mayor advantages of using DatoCMS instead of any other content management systems is its responsiveImage query, which will return pre-computed image attributes that will help you setting up responsive images in your frontend without any additional manipulation.

    To make it even easier to offer responsive, progressive images on your projects, we released a package called react-datocms that exposes an <Image /> component and pairs perfectly with the responsiveImage query.

    Our solution offers the same advantages of using Next 10 Image component, with the added benefit of having beautiful low-quality image placeholders (LQIP) in base64 format embedded directly within the page, without any additional request to be made by the browser nor the serveer:

    To take advantage of it, install the react-datocms package:

    yarn add react-datocms

    Then, inside your page, feed content coming from a responsiveImage query directly into the <Image /> component:

    import { request } from "../lib/datocms";
    import { Image } from "react-datocms";
    const HOMEPAGE_QUERY = `query HomePage($limit: IntType) {
    allBlogPosts(first: $limit) {
    id
    title
    coverImage {
    responsiveImage(imgixParams: { fit: crop, w: 300, h: 300, auto: format }) {
    srcSet
    webpSrcSet
    sizes
    src
    width
    height
    aspectRatio
    alt
    title
    base64
    }
    }
    }
    }`;
    export async function getStaticProps() {
    const data = await request({
    query: HOMEPAGE_QUERY,
    variables: { limit: 10 }
    });
    return {
    props: {
    data
    }
    };
    }
    export default function Home({ data }) {
    return (
    <div>
    {data.allBlogPosts.map(blogPost => (
    <article key={blogPost.id}>
    <Image data={blogPost.coverImage.responsiveImage} />
    <h6>{blogPost.title}</h6>
    </article>
    ))}
    </div>
    );
    }