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.
In the world of React JAMStack, we have two main competitors: Gatsby.js and Next.js.
Both do great things, both are growing up quickly, both are loved by developers, and unconsciously by users.
The question remains: which one is better to work with? And, of course, in which case?
Static Site Generators are becoming extremely popular in the world of web development and Next.js is a proud competitor in this race.