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The fetchPages function is useful when you want to retrieve all your pages from outside the React context (where you could use the usePagesPublic hook instead).

In particular, this comes in handy to retrieve all the pages during the build process of a static website. Indeed, this is the method used in our Gatsby and Next.js starter projects.

Signature (simplified)

const fetchPages = async (
apiKey: string,
options: {...}
): Promise<types.PageFromList[] | types.PagesFromListWithPagination>
apiKeyApi Key of your React Bricks app (a string).
optionsOptional object to filter the pages (see below).


The options object has the following shape

type?: string
types?: string[]
tag?: string
language?: string
usePagination?: boolean
page?: number
pageSize?: number
sort?: string
filterBy?: { [key: string]: any}
typeOptional string to return only the pages with the specified page type.
typesOptional array of strings to return only the pages with one of the specified page types.
tagOptional string to return only the pages with the specified tag.
languageOptional string to return only the pages with the specified language.
usePaginationIf true, it will consider the page and pageSize parameters and it will return paginated results
pageThe page number, in case of pagination
pageSizeThe page size, in case of pagination
sortSort parameter: currently it accepts only createdAt,-createdAt,publishedAt,-publishedAt
filterByUsed to filter by a custom field. The object should have a key for each field and the value that it should have (or an array of possible values). The queries on the fields are in logical AND. For example: { category: 'shoes', subcategory: ['snickers', 'running'] }. At the moment you cannot filter using a complex type (like an object) for the value, so really now it should be string or string[] }

Return value

fetchPages returns a promise which resolves to.

To retrieve the content of each page, you can use the fetchPage function.

Usage example

fetchPages('API_KEY', { type: 'blogPost', tag: 'react' }).then((data) => {