Instructor: Gatsby's build all our posts, but in order to navigate between them, I have to go back home and choose a new one. It'd be easier to add next and previous links to each post. We can do this inside of gatsby node js.
First, let's add the index to our For-each loop. It will add the context object after the component. Let's create a key called, "Prev." If it's zero, there is no previous ones, so we'll make it null. Otherwise, we'll look for the node or post at index-1.
We'll do a similar check for next. If the index is equal to post start link-1, that means it's the last one, otherwise it would be the same as above, but with index+1. We need to update our blog post template to actually make links.
When we define our template, we'll also destruct a path context. We'll destruct a next end prev from the path context. Let's add the links below our post. We'll display a previous link, if it exists. This is our link from gatsby-link, and our two prop would be prev.frontmatter.path and our link will be prev.frontmatter.title.
Just to make this simple, we'll do the same thing. We'll just copy and paste it, and just change it to next. laughs Although, next js doesn't really work. I also noticed that, I had an extra comma after the month, so we'll go into deep there from our GraphQL Query. Now, we'll restart gatsby develop, reload our page, and there we go.