Cosmic JS vs. WordPress – Hacker Noon

  • Cosmic JS vs. WordPressCosmic JS vs. WordPress for Content ManagementCosmic JS is an API-first CMS that helps teams of developers and content editors build apps faster.
  • Wondering what makes Cosmic JS a more suitable CMS backend for you?Cosmic JS offers an intuitive API that can deliver content to any website or application.
  • Cosmic JS is more productiveInstalled content management systems create ongoing technical debt which becomes tomorrow’s problem.
  • Cosmic JS is an API-first content management platform so we take care of maintenance, security and scalability for you.Content stored in Cosmic JS and delivered by the API is protected with 256-bit SSL encryption.
  • You can also restrict access to your content by adding optional access tokens located in the Settings tab in your Cosmic JS Bucket.ConclusionLegacy content management systems are not equipped to handle the speed of modern business.

Cosmic JS is an API-first CMS that helps teams of developers and content editors build apps faster. 64.5% of developers surveyed on StackOverflow stated that WordPress was one of their most dreaded…
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Announcing TypeScript 2.1

  • Do be careful though – TypeScript will assume the package has the type any , meaning you can do anything with it.
  • let a: Person[“age”]; This is the same as saying that n gets the type of the *name* property in Person.
  • With mapped types, we no longer have to create new partial or readonly variants of existing types either.
  • P gets bound to each of those literal types (even though it’s not used in this example), and gives the property the type boolean .
  • Mapped types are produced by taking a union of literal types, and computing a set of properties for a new object type.

For those who are unfamiliar, TypeScript is a language that brings you all the new features of JavaScript, along with optional static types. This gives you an editing experience that can’t be beat, along with stronger checks against typos and bugs in your code.
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