Starter Apps Now Available 🔥

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Cosmic Blog Starter Apps Now Available 🔥
by Tony Spiro on May 30, 2018

We have new starter apps available to help you get started building Cosmic-powered apps faster and easier.  We currently have three starter apps available for Node.js, React and Vue.js which you can install right from the comfort of the Cosmic CLI.  

To install a starter app open your command-line tool and run the following commands:

Check out the codebase for each app:

Node.js Starter App
React Starter App
Vue.js Starter App


Enjoy these new starter apps to start your Cosmic-powered project faster and easier.  If you have any questions, reach out to us on Twitter and join the community on Slack.

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