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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 […]
What is Headless eCommerce? Basically any type of headless in web development is the separation of frontend and backend of the applications, and with eCommerce it is the same. This allows the developer to make changes at the frontend and backend separately so that modification in one place won’t affect the other functionalities. But what […]
Headless solutions are becoming more and more popular in eCommerce world, and Saleor platform is raising as one of the most interesting in that area. A few weeks ago a client asked us to build a modern eCommerce system dedicated to the food delivery industry. As we’re focused on front-end to build a full project […]
If you’ve entered the world of web development a while ago, it’s more than likely that you heard of or used a content management system before (CMS for short), yet you may still wonder what exactly is a headless CMS. Perhaps, you know a traditional CMS like WordPress or Drupal, but recent years indicate the […]
Introduction We can read in an official Strapi website– “The open-source Headless CMS Front-End Developers love”. I wanted to experience this firsthand, so I had to get into Strapi world. In this article, I will share my insights about headless cms’, describe Strapi in detail, and few ways to connect it to any view layer. […]