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Webinar Recap: Powering Modern Apps with Cosmic

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Thanks to all who attended our first webinar / AMA last week. There was some great engagement and questions that helped steer the screen-share webinar for users in the Cosmic Community as well as first-time visitors to the system. If you missed it, check out the video and be sure to attend our next one. 


Webinar Recap: Powering Modern Apps with Cosmic

Tony Spiro covers the Cosmic Basics with resources like Getting Started, the Cosmic CLI and Cosmic Starters.


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Feel free to drop us a line if you'd like to see an upcoming webinar covering a particular topic or use case. If you have any comments or questions about building apps with Cosmic, reach out to us on Twitter and join the conversation on Slack.


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