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Introducing the Cosmic CLI 🎉


After much development and preparation, we are excited to announce the release of the official Cosmic CLI.

The Cosmic CLI puts you in the cockpit of your Cosmic JS Dashboard, giving you access to the powerful features of the Cosmic JS API, all from the comfort of your command line interface.

Available commands allow you to:

  • Login to your account
  • Add Buckets to your account
  • Add Object Types to your Bucket
  • Add Objects to your Bucket
  • Get Objects from your Bucket
  • Add Media to your Bucket
  • Add Users to your Bucket
  • and more...

To learn more and for a list of all available commands, check out the GitHub repo.

We know you're going to love the new Cosmic CLI.  This is another way that we hope to empower you and your team to build modern apps faster and easier.  If you have any comments or suggestions join our Slack community and reach out to us on Twitter.

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The Cosmic CLI is a great way to use all of the powerful features of the Cosmic API from the comfort of your command-line tool.  With this release, you now have some powerful capabilities to demo and deploy Cosmic Apps for faster development and collaboration.

The Developer Hero returns in this latest installment of the Cosmic JS Developer Spotlight Series.

We're happy to announce that we've rolled out some new features requested by members of our community.  Here are some of the new features:

A new Developer Hero joins us in our latest installment of the Cosmic JS Developer Spotlight Series. We sat down with Micah Walter, a developer in Brooklyn, New York who helps lead the charge on innovative app development for large institutions in the not-for-profit space, predominantly museums.

In this installment of the Cosmic JS Developer Spotlight Series, we sat down with Diego Perez, a Demandware / Software Developer residing in Spain who recently submitted the new Angular Company Website in the Cosmic Community. Follow Diego on Twitter, LinkedIn or GitHub, and enjoy the Q/A.

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.