Building any application is a challenge itself, but modern technologies can make the development process a bit less painful. Thanks to them, you can focus on your business objectives. To make your choice of these technologies easier, once in a while we take a closer look at them in our blog posts. Our goal is […]
If you want to fight off the competition with your new website or webshop, think about Nextjs. And this blog post will tell you why.
If you are considering creating a new website or rebuilding the old one, you should think about JAMstack. Our guide will tell you why.
Shopify itself is a high-performant eCommerce platform that is rapidly growing and its popularity keeps on rising among actual and future online store owners. However, the fact remains that there is still a huge room for improvement. Things like limited functionalities, not-so-good SEO performance, and standard design interfere with beating out the competition and increasing the revenue.
This raises some questions that we want to answer today – what Shopify owners can do about that? How can they implement additional functionalities, improve SEO performance and create a custom design in their stores?
The answer is simple yet not easy: “headless eCommerce”.
Usually, when you open a shop in Shopify, you can have a default home page, product page, and other pages, but they are limited in functionalities, weak on SEO, and make your store look like thousands of other stores.
Ambitious webshops aim to deliver more customised and outstanding service, to look more serious, trustful and align better to meet the clients’ expectations.
And to do so, they need a custom storefront – an out-of-the-box, static eCommerce website, that is uniquely built with third-party technology, connected to an eCommerce platform, like Shopify.
And this blog post will show you the right way to do it.
The world is rushing forward like a sports car that’s hard to catch or even to spot. What seemed impossible yesterday, it’s a standard today. And a world of eCommerce is changing, too – the competition is growing quickly and so are the requirements of customers. It’s no longer just about offering the right product […]
If you want to improve conversion rate in your Shopify store, start with making it faster. We gathered some tips to help you with it.
Last week we compared React vs Angular, which you can read here. Today I would like to help you choose between React and Vue.js.
The possibilities are limitless, and so is the number of choices we need to make every day. And making the right choice is challenging – especially in the IT industry. In Pagepro, we want to help you make informed decisions every single time. And it’s one of the reasons our blog exists.
Today’s dilemma is choosing React vs Angular to build a web application. Let’s go through it, step-by-step.
Somewhere in the middle of our previous article about the pros and cons of React Native and Xamarin, I promised to deliver another comparison at the end of the week. And here it is – React Native vs NativeScript comparison.