GraphQuery fetch content from Content Relationship fields - Suggestions

Here's my code for review

Is this the most efficient way or can i do something better

+page.server.ts

export async function load({ params, fetch, cookies }) {
	const client = createClient({ fetch, cookies });

	const page = await client.getByUID('errors', params.uid, {
		graphQuery: `{
			errors {
				...errorsFields
				causes {
						cause {
							...causeFields
							solutions {
								solution {
									...solutionFields
								}
							}
						}
					}
				}
			}`
	});

	console.log('👇👇👇');
	console.log(JSON.stringify(page));
	console.log('⬆️⬆️⬆️');

	return {
		page
	};
}

+page.svelte

<script lang="ts">
	import { PrismicImage, PrismicLink, PrismicRichText, SliceZone } from '@prismicio/svelte';

	import { components } from '$lib/slices';
	import type { Content } from '@prismicio/client';

	let { data } = $props();
	const pageData = data.page.data;
	const causeAndSolutions = data.page.data.causes.map((cause) => {
		/**
		 * assert typeof causeItem as typescript inferred it as content relationship type...
		 * and i've actually modified data to include the details with Graph Query in the server.ts file.
		 */
		const causeItem = cause.cause as unknown as Content.ErrorCauseDocument;
		const solutions = causeItem.data.solutions.map((solution) => {
			const solutionItem = solution.solution as unknown as Content.ErrorSolutionDocument;
			return solutionItem.data;
		});
		return {
			cause: causeItem.data,
			solutions
		};
	});
</script>

<div class="prose prose-lg prose-slate max-w-5xl">
	<PrismicRichText field={pageData.title} />
	<PrismicRichText field={pageData.description} />
	<PrismicImage field={pageData.image} />

	{#each causeAndSolutions as { cause, solutions }}
		<PrismicRichText field={cause.heading} />
		<PrismicRichText field={cause.description} />

		{#each solutions as soln}
			<PrismicRichText field={soln.heading} />
			<PrismicRichText field={soln.description} />
			<PrismicRichText field={soln.steps} />
		{/each}
	{/each}
</div>

Using GraphQuery can be complex, but if it's working effectively for your needs, there's likely no need for significant changes.

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