Even though Front-Commerce is a proprietary product, we have decided to maintain our documentation in the open.
It means that you could understand how the product works and see code samples before to help you decide whether Front-Commerce is relevant for your project or not.
It also means that you are encouraged to contribute to the documentation and help us making it as good as possible. Keep Uncle Bob’s famous « Boy Scout Rule » in mind… any contributions is welcome (fixing a typo, adding troubleshooting, opening an issue to suggest new content).
Each page contains a direct « Edit on GitHub » link to allow you to quickly suggest a change or fix typo/grammar mistakes while reading it.
If you need help or more information about a topic, there are different ways you can get help.
Grasping all the concepts around a product such as Front-Commerce is exciting, but can be intimidating. We tried to create and organize this documentation in a way that you could quickly find the information you need depending on your context.
This documentation lives in a more global website for developers, so you might be able to find more information in our changelog or content pages.
Whether you want to understand our vision or get an architectural overview of Front-Commerce as a system and its internals you can start here.
In case you have made your choice and want to start your project, you might be interested by browsing all the documentation to get your project started.
If your project is running and you are developing new features, we have some practical recipes in the “Essentials” part of this documentation to help you getting things done. The “Reference” section contains different API references for the important aspects of a Front-Commerce application.
Last but not least, if you are upgrading a project to the latest Front-Commerce version, we have documented some Migration guides to make the process as seamless as possible.
As always, if you do not find what you need do not hesitate to ask for help and tell us what is missing.