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App Deployment Monitoring Now Available



Cosmic JS makes it easy to deploy your application from GitHub to your own instance on the Cosmic JS App Server.  And starting today, you can now view the status of every deployment attempt in an easy-to-use table.  

This means that if there is an error on your deploy, you will be able to see exactly the error output to address any issues with your application.  When the deploy is a success, you will see the entire build process indicated clearly.   This gives you the ability to keep track of all of your deployments in a running history.

Simply go to Your Bucket > Web Hosting after logging into your Cosmic JS account.  When you click the "View Log" button, you will see the detail of the log.  

Application deployment monitoring is another way that Cosmic JS is making it easier for you to build (and deploy!) your apps faster and easier.

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A very interesting article was published to one of my favorite web dev blogs today. Where Content Management Systems Fit Into the Process goes into a discussion which I think is seldom in the limelight in the development community, what is the best process in connecting your site to a CMS?  The author Geoff Graham presents three options in building a dynamic, CMS-powered website:

Option 1: The CMS Comes First Method


Option 2: The All-At-Once Method


Option 3: The CMS Comes Last Method


Previously, when building sites using other CMS platforms I would prefer to use the "CMS Comes Last Method" because I would be able to work out a lot of bugs, change my mind and add new features in the static HTML/CSS build phase before pouring in the more time-consuming programming / CMS phase.  

But with Cosmic JS I can use any one of these methods and feel confident that I can easily make edits, change my mind and add new features to a CMS-powered website.  There's power and reassurance in flexibility and Cosmic JS offers the most flexible way to add content to your website.

Sign up to get a private beta invite to begin checking out how easy it is to add dynamic content to your website or app.

We're excited to give you more with the Free plan.  Our new Free Plan makes it easier to try out additional features and get more right from the start.

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We've rolled out a few new navigation items to get you where you need to go faster.