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Angular is a JavaScript library for building user interfaces.

Cosmic makes a great Angular CMS for your Angular websites and apps.

Before adding any code, make sure to follow the Initial Setup at the start of this section to set up your content in Cosmic. Then take the following steps to add Cosmic-powered content to your Angular apps:

1. Install a new Angular app

Install the Angular CLI to create a project that includes tooling and configurations.

npm install -g @angular/cli
ng new cosmic-angular-app

2. Install the Cosmic NPM module

cd cosmic-angular-app
npm i cosmicjs

3. Add the following code into your src/app/app.component.ts file

Find your Bucket slug and API read key in Bucket Settings > API Access after logging in.

// src/app/app.component.ts
import { Component, OnInit } from "@angular/core";
import Cosmic from "cosmicjs";
selector: "app-root",
template: `
<div id="app">
<h1>Cosmic Angular App</h1>
<div *ngIf="loading">Loading...</div>
<li *ngFor="let post of posts">
<div>{{ post.title }}</div>
<img alt="" [src]="post.metadata.hero.imgix_url + '?w=400'" />
export class AppComponent implements OnInit {
title = "cosmic-angular-app";
bucket = null;
loading = false;
posts = [];
constructor() {
// Set these values, found in Bucket > Settings after logging in at
this.bucket = Cosmic().bucket({
async ngOnInit() {
this.loading = true;
await this.bucket
query: {
type: "posts",
props: "slug,title,content,metadata", // Limit the API response data by props
.then((response) => {
this.posts = response.objects;
this.loading = false;

4. Edit src/polyfills.ts and add the following code

// src/polyfills.ts
(window as any).process = {
env: { DEBUG: undefined },

5. Start your app

Start your app, and go to http://localhost:4200. Dance 🎉

ng serve --open

Next steps

  1. Learn more about Objects.
  2. Learn more about Queries.
  3. Learn more about Metafields.

More resources

  1. Install pre-built Angular templates.
  2. Read Angular + Cosmic articles.