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Cosmic JS makes it easy to manage content for your React websites and applications.


Here are the recommended steps to add Cosmic-powered content to your application:

1. Login to Cosmic JS and add Objects to a new or existing Bucket.

2. Install the official Cosmic JS NPM module

npm i cosmicjs

3. Connect to your Bucket

const Cosmic = require('cosmicjs')
const bucket = Cosmic().bucket({
  slug: 'your-bucket-slug',
  read_key: 'your-read-key'

4. Get and use the Objects in your code:

(async () => {  
  const objects = (await bucket.getObjects({
    type: 'blog-posts'

Read the docs for more API options and features. For more info about Buckets, Objects, and Metafields check out the Getting Started guide.

React CMS Example

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React Starter

Install the Cosmic JS React Starter in a few commands:

npm i -g cosmic-cli
cosmic init react-starter
cd react-starter
cosmic start

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