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New Website Boilerplates 🛠️🚀


Website boilerplates are a great way to jump-start your new development project. We're excited to announce the addition of our Next.js and Nuxt.js Website Boilerplates which connect to your Cosmic JS Bucket for easy content management.  Check them out below:

Click here to view the Next.js Boilerplate
Click here to view the Nuxt.js Boilerplate

React and Vue are two of the most beloved JavaScript frameworks. And Next.js and Nuxt.js add to the value these frameworks give you.  They provide some great out-of-the-box features including built-in routing, server-side rendering and a killer developer experience.

We also also offer a Node.js website boilerplate for those that would rather stay server-side:
Click here to view the Node.js Website Boilerplate

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