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by Carson Gibbons on September 29, 2016

Cosmic is an API-first cloud-based content management platform that makes it easy for developers and content editors to build websites and apps faster and more efficiently. Building API-first means that content is prioritized first, decoupling code from content, so you're able to build slick apps and websites in your preferred programming language. Links to guide you through the signup and on boarding process are documented below.

You can Create a Free Account for Cosmic and browse Content-Ready Apps & Websites. Refer to the Cosmic Tutorials & Guides for help with items such as Localization, Webhooks, one-click SSL, custom domains, web app deployment & more. 

Browse information about the Cosmic Partner Program.

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  1. New: Track Your API Requests
  2. Build a Blog in 4 Steps
  3. The Cosmic Stack
  4. Three Ways to use The Cosmic Stack
  5. How to Create an Intuitive Website Navigation Menu

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