What is a Bucket?
A Bucket is used to store content and media assets for your project. It has siloed user access permissions, is very flexible, and can power the content for your entire website, a portion of your website, mobile app, or anything that requires dynamic, easy-to-manage content.
Do you support multiple languages?
Yes, we have localization that includes major languages and language locales (like en, en-US, en-GB, etc.) you can try out our Localization Add-on with any Free Bucket.
What is considered an API request?
An API request is any initial interaction with your Bucket via the Cosmic JS REST or GraphQL API. Because we use a global CDN to serve content fast, requests to the cache-served content from the Cosmic JS API will not count towards your API request limits. API requests are counted only on initial requests to any resource after you clear your cache either manually in Bucket > Settings or by adding, editing, or deleting content in your Bucket.
Accessing media directly does not count as an API request.
Do you have a free plan?
Contribute to our community and you will be rewarded with a Free Bucket forever. You can also add a "Powered by Cosmic JS" badge to get free access.
Can I just use the Cosmic JS API and host my app separate?
Yes you can use Cosmic JS to store and access content via the Cosmic JS API and host your app elsewhere. We make it easy to deploy your web app to the Cosmic JS App Server, but this is not required to use the API.
Can I add Cosmic JS-powered content to an exisiting website or app?
Absolutely! Cosmic JS makes it easy to add dynamic content to any website or internet-connected application. This applies to exiting and new projects built in any programming language. If you can access an external API you can add Cosmic JS-powered content.
What happens if I exceed my plan's API usage limit?
We'll get in touch before this happens and, with your consent, move you to a higher plan.
Do you have guaranteed uptime?
Yes! We guarantee uptime of 99.95% on our Enterprise plan. You can read more on our Service Level Agreement page.