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A website boilerplate satisfies some common website requirements including dynamic pages, blog articles, author management, SEO ability, contact form and website search.
This is a JAMstack app with the power of Cosmic JS. In JAmstack, Vue.js is used as Javascript part, Cosmic JS as API and Nuxt.js as Markup.
In this tutorial, I’m going to give you an overview of Mux Extension, talk about the benefits of adding Mux to your Cosmic Bucket and show you how to install it to your Bucket in a few clicks.
Why should you migrate your CMS? What's the big deal about Cosmic? This article should answer some questions you have about cosmicJS and what the pros and cons are of using an API-driven Content Management System
Cosmic JS allows you to easily create nested structures and upload media files. We learn how nested structures are built and how you can fetch such data from Cosmic JS API to use in a simple music site app.
Digital Ocean, a hosting provider beloved by developers, provides a highly intuitive interface for deploying and managing application infrastructure. In this tutorial I'm going to show you how to install and deploy a Cosmic-powered Nuxt.js app on Digital Ocean.
For simple shopping websites, going with full-fledged solutions like Shopify or Woocommerce can be a total overkill. In this tutorial, we're going to build an e-commerce website using Nuxt and Cosmic JS.
5 Website Boilerplates: React, Node.js, Vue, Nuxt.js and Next.js
To demonstrate how easy it is to get started with Cosmic JS, we'll utilize the Cosmic JS CLI to quickstart a Vue.js Music App. This Music website was built using Vue, Nuxt and Cosmic JS. Users can upload and play tracks, upload and manage album art plus leave comments.