You can now connect your Cosmic JS Buckets to Slack to track changes in your Buckets. Installing the app to your Slack account is easy.
In this tutorial, we're going to create a small Twitter-like mobile app using React Native. With our app, users will be able to create accounts and log in, see a feed of all of the posts created by themselves and other users, and add their own posts to the feed. The data for all of our users and posts will be managed by Cosmic JS.
We’re excited to announce Extensions, a powerful new way to create custom experiences using Cosmic JS. With Cosmic JS Extensions, you can now build applications directly into your Bucket Dashboard giving you the power to create customized views and communicate with third party APIs to extend the functionality of Cosmic JS.
A new Developer Hero joins us in our latest installment of the Cosmic JS Developer Spotlight Series. We sat down with Brian Mullis, a developer in Portland who lead the charge on innovative app development for his interactive agency.
In this tutorial I'm going to show you how to create a "Ecommerce" app using a little bit of Node, and Cosmic JS. For the sake of understanding how to consume Restful API’s, this tutorial will show how to make simple AJAX requests to the Cosmic JS API in order to retrieve, update, and delete data in our Cosmic JS buckets. Let's get started.
The process of building your messenger bot is fairly simple the hardest part is setting up your machine to talk to talk to Facebook. That's why today I'm going to walk you through that real quick. Once it is all done you can get right on the way to creating your own bot.
Cosmic JS is on a mission to help you build apps faster. And with that goal in mind, we're happy to announce some additions to our API that will help you manage your application content faster and easier, right from the Cosmic JS API.
Building and maintaining a React app can be no mean feat. There plenty of tutorials out there covering the technical aspects of making a React app, but as with any technology, it's often hard to find information on best practices.
In this post we'll be exploring some tips, tricks, and techniques we've learnt whilst producing React/GraphQL apps for our clients. Hopefully these will help you make your project more performant and simplify maintenance.
We're releasing a couple new additions to our powerful Metafields feature. Check them out...
What is Cosmic App Deployment?
Cosmic JS makes it easy to deploy your websites and applications to the web.
You can deploy an app from any git repository to the Cosmic App Server from any Bucket. If your Bucket is on a free plan, you will have 14 days to upgrade your Bucket to any paid plan. If you do not upgrade to a paid plan, your app will be removed.
What languages do you support?
Your website or app can be built in any web programming language including Node.js, PHP, Ruby, static HTML and more.
Cosmic JS uses Dokku (Docker + Heroku-like deployment) to deploy your app from any GitHub, BitBucket or any other public repo to its own subdomain. Deployment will be successful as long as your application follows the Heroku deployment guidelines. If you have connected your GitHub account to Cosmic JS, you will be able to deploy your private GitHub repos as well.