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Quick Bucket setup code sample using the Cosmic NPM module

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Community Articles Quick Bucket setup code sample using the Cosmic NPM module

This is a quick example to show some of the powerful things you can do with the Cosmic NPM Module.  This script adds a Bucket to your Cosmic account, adds a Pages Object Type and adds a few Pages.

To run the code:

1. Copy the bucketSetupExample.js file locally into a new folder.
2. cd your-folder; npm i cosmicjs
3. Add your secret authentication token to the code found in Account Settings > Authentication
4. node bucketSetupExample.js

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