Happy Presidents Day (or Not My Presidents Day for some)! We've just added a new feature that makes it easier to find Objects in your Bucket.
We are excited to announce the addition of our GraphQL API to help you get content from your Cosmic JS Buckets faster and more efficiently. The Cosmic JS community has been very supportive of adding GraphQL as an alternative to our REST API and we are happy to now make this available.
We have a mission to help every digital team be more efficient by providing a simple API to power content for their website or application. And this milestone provides some validation for that goal. We are grateful to all our users who are joining us on this journey.
We're always striving to make the job of the developer and content editor faster and easier. Now you can add thumbnails to your Buckets.
Introducing the Developer / Editor Toggle View to your Cosmic JS Dashboard.
Cosmic JS debutes its Enterprise Plans for Content Management and Application Development.
This blog details all four role types within the Cosmic JS Dashboard: Admin | Developer | Editor | Contributor.
Today we are announcing a new role, Contributor, which gives you the power to collaborate on content in an entirely new way.
The golden triangle of project success or failure rests on the three angles of A) Speed B) Quality C) Cost. When it comes to interactive agencies, they may be promising (at best) two of the three triangle points, but how likely are they to fulfill that promise?
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.