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Publish Blog Articles to a clean and simple UI with Apollo Blog, powered by Apollo Graphql client and Cosmic JS.
Filtering data is one of the most common feature of any data facing application, wheather it's a fron-end app or a back-end application. The Filter function is used to find records in a table or a dataset that meets certain criteria.
In this tutorial I'm going to show you how to use the WordPress importer to import posts directly into your Cosmic JS Bucket, and deploy a Cosmic-powered website that blows your old WordPress website away with optimization and performance.
In this Guide, I’m going to show you how Imgix Extension will provide optimized images for your application. Will also talk about the benefits, and show you how to install it to your Bucket in a few clicks.
All of your images you upload to Cosmic JS are already transformed to imgix URLs, a powerful real-time image processing and CDN delivery solution. Let's take these images to the next level by optimizing image formats, compressing, intelligently cropping, & more!
This article shows you how to create a blazing fast Gridsome blog using Cosmic JS source plugin. Let’s get started.
Use Cosmic JS as a seamless content management system for displaying large amounts of educational data
In this tutorial, I'm going to show you how to create a minimalistic but awesome single page app blog using Vue, Vuex, Vuetify, Cosmic JS and deploy it to Netlify.
Here we build a progressive web app in React.js with the power of Cosmic JS. It respond with status 200 and carries data when you disconnected to internet and in Chrome browser (both mobile and desktop) it gives an option to install the app on home screen.