How to use the contentful-resolve-response function in contentful-resolve-response

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github contentful / contentful.js / lib / paged-sync.js View on Github external
.then((response) => {
      // clones response.items used in includes because we don't want these to be mutated
      if (resolveLinks) {
        response.items = resolveResponse(response, {removeUnresolved, itemEntryPoints: ['fields']})
      // maps response items again after getters are attached
      const mappedResponseItems = mapResponseItems(response.items)

      if (response.nextSyncToken) {
        mappedResponseItems.nextSyncToken = response.nextSyncToken

      if (response.nextPageToken) {
        mappedResponseItems.nextPageToken = response.nextPageToken

      return freezeSys(mixinStringifySafe(toPlainObject(mappedResponseItems)))
    }, (error) => {
      throw error
github contentful / contentful.js / lib / entities / entry.js View on Github external
export function wrapEntryCollection (data, {resolveLinks, removeUnresolved}) {
  const wrappedData = mixinStringifySafe(toPlainObject(cloneDeep(data)))
  if (resolveLinks) {
    wrappedData.items = resolveResponse(wrappedData, {removeUnresolved, itemEntryPoints: ['fields']})
  return freezeSys(wrappedData)



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