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| General | February 24, 2022
How do we care about UI accessibility in Storefront UI?

Why is UI accessibility so important? What are the most common accessibility issues and how to detect them? In this article, I will provide you with answers to those questions. What’s more, I’ll show you how the Storefront UI library helps to take care of all those accessibility-related errors. Let’s go! What is UI accessibility? […]

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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 | 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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| General | October 5, 2021
Are you fighting for a good performance? Go with Vue.js

As one of the most popular programming languages, JavaScript has many frameworks that facilitate implementing a particular group of frequently recurring tasks, but choosing the best one is always doomed to wrap up into endless and pointless discussion. It is not a “true or false” case; but rather “he said, she said”, where everyone has […]

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| General | September 27, 2021
Performance is challenging. How does Vue Storefront address the issue?

According to a Deloitte study, improving website speed by just 0.1s causes an 8.4% increase in conversions with retail consumers and an average order value of 9.2%. When it comes to customer engagement, it increases by 5.2%. Hence, it won’t be an exaggeration to say that poor performance kills your sales; it will be only […]

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| Technical | March 13, 2020
How Storefront UI solves website accessibility issues with custom directives

Let’s cut to the chase… 2020 will be the year of accessible web pages. It is already required by law for federal and government websites to follow WCAG guidelines, and it is only a matter of time when accessibility becomes the next must-have, particularly in eCommerce sites where access to all people at all times […]

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| Technical | January 15, 2020
Storefront UI: Rocket fuel for Vue Storefront development

UX is gaining importance not only in terms of brand awareness but also conversion – all available data has left that issue without any doubts. Yet, for eCommerce businesses, it has been challenging to keep up with all the UX-trends without diving into time-consuming and expensive changes in the system’s architecture. Until now. Storefront UI is […]

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| Events | August 1, 2018
VS 1.2, Hackathon, Vue.js core team at our office, VoiceCommands.js

Today morning we released Vue Storefront 1.2. Congratulations to the team! Looking forward for Your feedback. This release was focused mostly on the bugfixes and minor improvements. New features Docker support for vue-storefront How to setup Vue Storefront on production docs added [#1450] Integration tests for Compare products added [#1422] Wishlist module refactored to the […]

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| Technical | February 8, 2018
Creating themes in Vue Storefront (part 1 — understanding Vue Storefront core)

IMPORTANT NOTE: This article is written for Vue Storefront 1.0. Some parts may be different in current VS version. If you have any problems with setting up your theme please take a look at our readme or join our slack where you can ask me and almost 500 developers for help. In Vue Storefront you […]

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