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?
Coding Dojo provides curriculum, software, hardware, instructors, class sessions, conference rooms, thought-leadership and networking events as part of its added-value to its students and community. They also partner with organizations that would hire its students upon graduation.
In our Developer Spotlight Series we shine a light on the creative process of a developer using Cosmic JS to create content-powered apps. This spotlight features Joe Tuson, a front-end web developer out of the UK.
Extendible Objects is one of the most powerful features of Cosmic JS. And this powerful feature just became more intuitive with a new property added to all endpoint responses: Metadata.
We are excited to introduce the all-new Cosmic JS content editor which is a huge improvement over our old editor. We think you'll agree it makes adding API-powered content to your websites and apps easier and more enjoyable. Here’s a list of some of the new functionality...
Nick Bonanno, Founder & CEO of Simple Media, a boutique digital micro-services agency, sits down with Carson from Cosmic JS.
Next.js is an amazing new addition to the React open-source ecosystem. It is “a minimalistic framework for universal server-rendered React applications” that makes the process of building these types of applications much faster and easier. Recently I demoed a new app on the Cosmic JS app page that is built using the Next.js framework. I’ve built a few React Universal apps from scratch before and I found taking the Next.js route to speed things along quite a bit. And adding content management capability from Cosmic JS was very intuitive.