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New Apps Page

by Tony Spiro on January 30, 2018

Thanks to the Cosmic JS Community, we have some great Cosmic JS-powered apps available for easy install.  Pre-built applications offer teams the ability to get started building apps even faster and we are excited to announce a big update to our Apps page.

Along with an updated design and layout, the Apps page now includes a super simple search at the top of the page.   Simply type your query into the search bar, either by programming language, use case or keyword.

This is another way that we are helping you build apps faster and easier with Cosmic JS. If you have any questions or suggestions, please reach out to us on Twitterand join the Cosmic JS Community on Slack.

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