We're happy to announce that we'll be sharing actionable insights with you about Front-Commerce!
As we get into 2024, we wanted to take a moment to reflect on our most important release so far: Front-Commerce Remixed!
Let’s dive in!
In these series, we’ll break down specific development tasks tackled in Front-Commerce projects. We’ll compare how it was done in 2.x, and its counterpart in the present, so we can all learn and grow together.
Over the years, we've gained valuable insight into how our product can better serve our users. As we introduced new features and more projects and teams were providing feedback, we noticed some recurring themes.
We recognize that developers are continually seeking ways to streamline their workflow and improve their development process. That's what drove our vision for the changes we brought in Front-Commerce Remixed.
A series made for you!
Small, easy to digest, knowledge bites even when you're on the go. Regular new articles that can fit into the busiest of workdays. Keep track of all the articles in this series by referring to the index we've provided below (we’ll keep it up-to-date):
- 🎉 Introducing the Front-Commerce Developer Guide series! 🎉 (you're reading it!)
- Front-Commerce: your project’s dependency
- How-to create a new Front-Commerce project?
- Remix extended for Composable Commerce
- We're launching on Product Hunt! 🚀
- PWA Stack: from manual to automated asset generation
- Front-Commerce 2 vs 3: a cleaner, more powerful configuration file
- Dynamic page implementation: a side-by-side comparison
We Value Your Feedback!
From the entire FC team, we want to say thank you for your continued support and feedback that has helped us to create and continuously refine the best possible product for developers and merchants.
Let’s make it a conversation! 🗣️
Your thoughts and feedback on these articles, new APIs, or features are always welcome. We're eager to chat and listen to your ideas and suggestions. Don't hesitate to share your thoughts with us on Slack, support channels or email. We're in this together!
Stay tuned for tomorrow's post, where we'll start diving into concrete changes between Front-Commerce versions 2.x and 3.x.