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| Technical | April 12, 2022
You’re probably using Lighthouse wrong: How we got tricked by a single magic number

These days web performance is one of the most important things everyone wants to optimize on their apps, and it’s clear to everyone how dramatic the impact of a poorly optimized website is on business. Yet we as an industry completely fail in recognizing its complexity and widely misuse the most common tool to measure […]

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| News, Releases, Technical | March 29, 2022
BigCommerce is now integrated with Vue Storefront

We’re excited to announce the stable release of the Vue Storefront 2 integration with BigCommerce – one of the fastest-growing eCommerce platforms in the world! It’s the perfect combination of superior headless commerce made for speed and flexibility. Now with a lightning-fast frontend platform for headless commerce, it’s a great choice for the developers and […]

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| Community, Releases, Technical | March 7, 2022
Vue Storefront – Odoo backend connector

Fully integrated open source ERP as a backend for Vue Storefront Vue Storefront is the world’s fastest-growing open-source headless eCommerce frontend, and Odoo the leading Open Source ERP integration is now ready, and on production mode. Creating a new integration is a huge effort and requires a lot of dedication and focus. Packing those small […]

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| General, Technical | February 23, 2022
Optimizing images with nuxt-image, StorefrontUI, and Vue Storefront

Why you should optimize images? Image optimization is very important for web performance. You need to have optimized images – small, compressed and served in modern formats to have a fast website. It also directly impacts your server/cloud transfer size – if you have bigger images, it generates higher costs. For an eCommerce website, often […]

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| Technical | February 9, 2022
The new version of StorefrontUI is already available. Find out what has changed

The brand new version of StorefrontUI is here. 0.12.0 is one of the biggest releases we had in a while. It includes fixes for most burning issues and some new features as well. Our main goal was to make StorefrontUI even more performant. Check out how we approached it.  Introducing Nuxt Image support StorefrontUI 0.12.0 […]

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| Community, General, Technical | November 22, 2021
Vue Storefront 2.5.0 is here, embracing Nuxt Composition API

We published the Vue Storefront 2.5.0 version with plenty of new bug fixes and improvements, but there are some that deserve a special shoutout. Here we go. First things first: to help the application’s performance and create a faster and more reliable experience for the final user, we removed the generation of the Cookies from […]

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| Technical | October 11, 2021
Performance checklist for Vue and Nuxt

Improving the performance of web applications will always be sexy. We want the page to load faster, smoother, and without too many layout shifts (Core Web Vitals, I am looking at you 😉). If you search in Google for terms like vue/nuxt performance you will get a bunch of documentation and articles you can use […]

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| Technical | August 6, 2021
Payment by credit card using Adyen component in Shopware PWA

There is no big eCommerce platform without payment by credit cards. The protection features and popularity of the credit cards themselves encourage the use of that method broadly. That’s why the modern online shop still needs credit cards on its checkout next to express transfers, eWallets and a whole variety of other local payment methods […]

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| Technical | November 26, 2020
Vue Storefront: Using TypeScript function overloading with our new Custom Query feature

Hi, there! My name is Łukasz, and I’m the Vue Storefront Core Team member. That’s my first post here. So let’s say that this is a welcoming one. I’d like to share with you some insights from an issue that I was dealing with, it was applying custom GraphQL queries for commercetools integration. Custom Query! […]

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| Technical | November 16, 2020
From Vue to Nuxt: Server-side rendering in a nutshell

Going through the implementation of basic server-side rendering. Building front-end apps is no longer limited to taking care of what is happening only in the browser. We need to dig into the server-side as well if we want to provide reliable software. A couple of years ago, when the single-page apps were born, we moved […]

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