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.
In this installment of the Cosmic JS Developer Spotlight Series, we sat down with Chris Schwab, a Front End Engineer residing in Boston who's currently helping lead the development charge at positivity-prone apparel brand Life is Good. Chris and his team at Life is Good have been using the Cosmic JS API to manage user-generated-content for their positivity campaigns (now in their second consecutive year). Follow Chris on LinkedIn or Twitter, and enjoy the Q/A.
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.
In this Cosmic JS Developer Spotlight, we sat down with Brian Ray, an Austin-based web developer who focuses on building applications on modern stacks with his agency Nomad JS.
In this Cosmic JS Developer Spotlight, we sat down with Jazib Sawar, a full stack web developer at Bitbytes. Jazib has a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science from the National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences and has led teams on interactive projects for several years. Jazib is the mastermind behind the Cosmic JS Sticky Notes App that was recently adapted by Life is Good for their Gratitude Wall.
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Install App using the Cosmic CLI
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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.