In this installment of the Cosmic JS Developer Spotlight Series, we sat down with Emma Wedekind, a developer and New York native now residing in Karlsruhe, Germany. Emma is a Software Engineer at LogMeIn and the Founder of CodingCoach.io. Follow Emma on Twitter, LinkedIn or Medium, and enjoy the Q/A.
In this installment of the Cosmic JS Developer Spotlight Series, we sat down with John Leider, the founder of Vuetify who recently spoke at the Cosmic JS Vuetiful Holiday Meetup following his presentation at VueConf in Toronto. To see the slides from the Vuetiful Meetup Presentation "The Path to Vuetify 2.0", you can click here. Otherwise, follow John on Twitter, LinkedIn or GitHub, and enjoy the Q/A.
Extensions are a powerful component of the Cosmic JS that allow you to create custom views in your Bucket Dashboard. We've recently made some updates to make using this feature even better.
With Activity Reports, you can keep track of all activity within your Bucket, as well as filter by team members to see individual activity. Filter by date range, click through to revisions, and even download a CSV to save for later auditing.
In this installment of the Cosmic JS Developer Spotlight Series, we sat down with Owen Liversidge, a Web Developer residing in Atlanta, Georgia who's currently helping lead the development charge at renowned game development company Tripwire Interactive. Owen just built Tripwire's new corporate website on a React and Cosmic stack. Follow Owen on LinkedIn or GitHub, and enjoy the Q/A.
We're excited to ship an enhancement to Media Management within Cosmic JS. Now when you Add Media from your Media Folder to the Content Editor or an Image Metafield, you'll be able to search by media name, metadata, as well as filter among media folders.
We have revised the pricing for all Bucket and Cluster plans. Take a look at the pricing page to see the new, simplified pricing including a new Community Plan that gives you a Free Personal Bucket forever.
We hope you enjoy the new JSON Metafield to provide you even more flexibility for storing application data for your Cosmic-powered applications.
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: $80 per additional 100,000 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. At the point of contact you will have the choice to either upgrade your Bucket to the next higher plan or pay the overage charges at the end of the calendar month.
API Requests Add-on Available: $54.90 per additional 100,000 API requests per month.
API Requests Add-on
You can add additional API Requests to any Bucket for $54.90 per month per additional 100,000 API requests.
Go to Your Bucket > Settings > Billing and scroll down to Bucket Add-ons.
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.