You now have the ability to grant additional user permissions to team members working in your Bucket. More granular control is useful if your editors need the ability to add other editors, if your developer needs access to Bucket billing, and other admin features.
In this installment of the Cosmic JS Developer Spotlight Series, we sat down with Dallas-based Software Developer John Allen Hopper. In addition to having a degree in Anthropology, John is a graduate of Coding Dojo and has been building applications in agency environments, freelance gigs and as a contributor for years. Follow John on GitHub, LinkedIn and Twitter, and enjoy the Q/A.
In this installment of the Cosmic JS Developer Spotlight Series, we sat down with Dallas-based React Developer Joe Warren. Joe is a DevMountain graduate and currently interning with Call-em-All, an SMS technology platform based in Frisco, Texas. Follow Joe on GitHub and Twitter, and enjoy the Q/A.
We have new Starter Apps available to help you get started building Cosmic-powered apps faster and easier.
We are happy to announce that you can now add automatically backup your Buckets via the Automatic Daily Backups Add-on. To add the peace of mind of daily Backups, go to Your Bucket Dashboard > Settings > Backups.
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.
We're happy to offer website boilerplates for both of these powerful frameworks that give you out-of-the-box connection to your Cosmic JS Bucket.
We are always looking for ways to speed up the work flow for building apps and managing content. And this new feature is sure to be a time-saver for many who use Object Relationship Metafields.
Free Bucket Options
You can have up to 5 Free Buckets at any given time each with a 14-day trial. During this trial, you have free access to all Bucket Add-ons including Webhooks, Localization, Revision History and more.
At any point during of your 14-day trial you can upgrade your Bucket, use the Free Bucket Referral Program to extend your Free Bucket free trial time, or earn a Free Bucket forever by contributing to the Cosmic JS community.
Get rewarded for contributing Apps, Extensions, Functions, and Learning Center Articles for our community. Once your contribution is approved, you will receive a Free Bucket forever and free Cosmic JS swag!
Refer a friend to signup and get 14 more days of trial time which can be applied to any of your Free Buckets. There is no limit to the number of referrals you can use to get extended trial time.
Overage rate: $8 per additional 10,000 API requests per month.
If you go over your plan's API request limit for the month, Cosmic JS support will reach out to inform you. Your service will never be interrupted without outreach from Cosmic JS. At the point of contact you will have the choice to either pay overages or upgrade your Bucket to the next higher plan.
Install App using the Cosmic CLI
Go to the Cosmic CLI NPM page for more info.
Finding your AWS credentials
- Create or login to your Amazon Web Services Account and go to the Identity & Access Management (IAM) page.
- Click on Users and then Add user. Enter a name in the first field to remind you this User is from Cosmic, like
Enable Programmatic access by clicking the checkbox. Click Next to go through to the Permissions page. Click on Attach existing policies directly.
Search for and select AdministratorAccess then click Next: Review. Check everything looks good and click Create user.
- View and copy the API Key & Secret to a temporary place. You'll need it for all of your Cosmic Function deploys.