Tag: headless PWA

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| General | June 23, 2020
Vue Storefront joins MACH Alliance

Microservices-based, API-first, Cloud-native SaaS and Headless (MACH) technologies are the future of building software that is able to reconcile the needs of users with the needs of the business. Vue Storefront, as a member of the MACH Alliance—a group of tech companies founded by commercetools, Contentstack, EPAM Systems, and Valtech—will be spreading knowledge about the […]

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| General | March 18, 2020
Zadig & Voltaire is accelerating its mobile-first strategy in France due to government restrictions on retail stores

Zadig & Voltaire, the French-based fashion company, has decided to launch a PWA with improved UX for mobile customers, in order to increase their chances of boosting revenues coming from online.  The French government has just decided to impose a full lockdown in France, ordering citizens to limit social contact as much as possible. Only […]

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| Releases | March 17, 2020
Spree Commerce and Vue Storefront integration for uncompromising mobile users

Spree Commerce is an open source eCommerce platform built with Ruby on Rails. Spree features a modern responsive frontend but, as its core team, we decided to build an alternative PWA frontend using Vue Storefront and integrate it with an Instagram feed and an influencer referral program. To test it all, we launched a live […]

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| General, Technical | February 13, 2020
What headless CMS is and how it works

Headless apps, in general, is a relatively new approach, but developers are very often the early adopters for new tools and practices. Moreover, when it comes to content management, especially text content, they have a lot to say. They manage heavy code-bases on a daily basis and the separation of the backend concern from the […]

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| Technical | March 13, 2018
Headless eCommerce Toolkit

The good news is, if you like to build Progressive Web App or implement general use Headless eCommerce — most of the building blocks are already there. Most of them are Open Source. The time You need to spend to run the shop is mostly spend on the integration part — putting it all together Headless apps can be […]

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| Technical | February 6, 2018
Progressive Web App strategies — Strangler Pattern

Here’s the first post in the series showing how Progressive Web Apps and microservices architecture can be introduced to your existing applications. As systems age, the development tools and system architectures they were built on can become increasingly obsolete. As new features and functionality are added, the complexity of these applications can increase dramatically, making […]