Carson Gibbons

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Cosmic JS Co-Founder. Build Apps Faster.
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New Deployment Options Available in Cosmic JS

Cosmic JS allows developers to deploy their codebases to the Cosmic JS App Server for staging, testing and demo purposes, and is now offering new production deployment options available with some of your favorite deployment services.
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VIDEO: Install and Deploy a GraphQL-powered App in 5 minutes using the Cosmic CLI

In this video tutorial, I show you how to use the Cosmic CLI to install and deploy a Cosmic JS GraphQL-powered App in 5 minutes.
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How to Add Custom Descriptions to Metafields

You can add help text by clicking the "?" icon when you hover over any Metafield. The text will be available to content managers when they hover the "?" icon.
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Building your own news blog with Cosmic JS + React

Build your own news blog with Cosmic JS + React with this minimal starter application.
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How to Add Localization to Bucket Object Types

In this short walk-through, I show you how to add localization to your Cosmic JS Object Types.
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How to Share Object Schemas in Cosmic JS

An Object in Cosmic JS can be a page, a blog post, an author or anything you want it to be. Cosmic JS gives you the freedom to create and manage content openly and create your own data structure. Each Object allows for the creation of a title, slug, content and Metafields.
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How to Deploy Your Codebase Using Cosmic JS

Cosmic JS makes it easy to deploy your websites and applications to the web. You can deploy an app from any git repository to the Cosmic App Server from any Bucket. Cosmic JS uses Dokku (Docker + Heroku-like deployment) to deploy your app from any GitHub, BitBucket or any other public repo.
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Connected Objects in Cosmic JS

Cosmic JS lets you build one-to-one as well as one-to-many Object Relationships within your Bucket Dashboard. To help you and your team manage content more seamlessly, you can now see your Connected Objects located on the Object’s Edit page in the Dashboard.
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Nuxt.js Website Boilerplate

Website built using the Neut.js Website Boilerplate. Fully responsive down to mobile, SEO ready, includes a contact form and full site search.
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Nuxt.js Website Boilerplate

A website boilerplate satisfies some common website requirements including dynamic pages, blog articles, author management, SEO ability, contact form and website search.
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You can add help text by clicking the "?" icon when you hover over any Metafield. The text will be available to content managers when they hover the "?" icon.

How to Add Custom Descriptions to Metafields

How to Create One-to-Many Object Relationships with Cosmic JS: The Multiple Object Relationship Metafield allows you to connect multiple Objects to an Object. This enables you to create a one-to-many relationship in addition to the one-to-one relationship available with the Single Object Metafield.

How to Create One-to-Many Object Relationships with Cosmic JS

Every Cosmic JS Bucket comes with a 14-day Free Trial as you build out your initial proof-of-concept application. If you're not yet ready to Upgrade your Bucket, extending your Free Trial Bucket with Cosmic JS is as simple as referring a friend or colleague.

How to Extend Your Free Trial Bucket with Cosmic JS

Metadata is extremely important for SEO as it speaks to search engines directly from each page crawled, to communicate important information or request a specific action from the search engine. Cosmic JS provides an easy modal to manage media metadata.

How to Add Metadata to Your Media in Cosmic JS

Cosmic JS lets you build one-to-one as well as one-to-many Object Relationships within your Bucket Dashboard. To help you and your team manage content more seamlessly, you can now see your Connected Objects located on the Object’s Edit page in the Dashboard.

Connected Objects in Cosmic JS

Cosmic JS makes it easy to deploy your websites and applications to the web. You can deploy an app from any git repository to the Cosmic App Server from any Bucket. Cosmic JS uses Dokku (Docker + Heroku-like deployment) to deploy your app from any GitHub, BitBucket or any other public repo.

How to Deploy Your Codebase Using Cosmic JS

An Object in Cosmic JS can be a page, a blog post, an author or anything you want it to be. Cosmic JS gives you the freedom to create and manage content openly and create your own data structure. Each Object allows for the creation of a title, slug, content and Metafields.

How to Share Object Schemas in Cosmic JS

Cosmic JS allows developers to deploy their codebases to the Cosmic JS App Server for staging, testing and demo purposes, and is now offering new production deployment options available with some of your favorite deployment services.

New Deployment Options Available in Cosmic JS

The relationship between content and code has come to an end.

Benefits of a Decoupled CMS Architecture

Cosmic JS makes managing content so fast and easy that you're likely to have a lot of it. I'll demonstrate a few helpful tips when searching and organizing your content in this blog.

How to Search Your Content in Cosmic JS

The content game is a competitive one, and teams of developers and content editors are being tasked with building light-weight content-powered applications that rank for the search terms they require.

Optimizing Content for SEO using Cosmic JS

Blended teams of developers and content editors collaborate around an API that allows them to manage content on a metered basis for API Requests, File Storage and Bucket Dashboard access. In this blog I'll demonstrate how to track your API Usage in your Bucket Dashboard.

Track Your API Usage in Your Bucket Dashboard

When teams are planning content campaigns, they can't be expected to deploy content real-time. Scheduled Posts makes a content editor's life a lot easier.

Scheduling Content for Publishing in Cosmic JS

Learn How to Preview Your Content in your Cosmic JS Bucket Dashboard 🚀

How to Preview Content in Cosmic JS

Revision History is available for all of your Cosmic JS Objects. This means that you have the power to go back in time to previous versions, save new versions without publishing live and more.

How to Revise Published Content in Cosmic JS

A Content Modeling API can not only help with content publishing speed and ease, but also preserve the integrity of your application overall.

Using a Content Modeling API

Cosmic JS empowers developers and content editors by giving them the tools they need to accomplish their jobs in concert with one another.

Adding Users to Your Cosmic JS Bucket

You have the ability to add Quick Links to Your Cosmic JS Bucket Dashboard. Quick Links are a great way to easily navigate to other websites, shared resource documents, CRMs, task management software or team collaboration tools directly from your Cosmic JS Bucket Dashboard.

How to Add Quick Links to Your Cosmic JS Bucket

When content needs to be removed or replaced it helps to have Bulk Editing Features. Cosmic JS makes it simple.

How to Bulk Publish, Unpublish and Delete Objects in Cosmic JS

Numerous teams in the Cosmic Community are using the Cosmic JS Localization feature to tailor their content for various regions and locales.

How to Localize Content with Cosmic JS

One of the many benefits of using a Content Management API like Cosmic JS over an installed content management system is the portability and scalability of the applications and content models you can create.

How to Import and Export Your Cosmic JS Bucket