In October`s Dev Community Event Stefan Hauke did talk about how to do projects with the Intershop PWA 1.0. This post will briefly highlight the key takeaways of that session.
Find out how you can integrate a webshop with global marketplaces and other third party sales channels without losing future flexibility with APIs and a cloud-based modular integration solution. The Technology Behind Marketplace Integration The e-commerce sector has matured and
As you may have heard, Intershop created a new Meetup group to connect developers and ops engineers from customers, partners and Intershop itself. It is focusing on tech topics related to Intershop products. Check out the groups page to see
In the previous blog post GraphQL with Intershop (Part 1): Improved Client Performance we gave a brief introduction to GraphQL as well as to our GraphQL-Gateway, which forms a bridge between an existing “classical” REST-API and a GraphQL API. But
Let’s talk about GraphQL and Intershop Commerce Management. Have you heard of GraphQL? What is it all about? For me it is about the focus on the client as well as the focus on performance and ease of development. Ultimately,
Customer-specific Assortments – Individual and Dynamic Every customer is different and has individual needs or an individual contract, which also reflects in the selection of products. To create customer-segment-specific views of catalogs and products, Intershop provides the catalog views feature.
Moving existing documentation to a new format can quickly become a daunting endeavor with a variety of challenges: How exactly are existing documentation files converted to the new format? How is the translation done? Which processes have to be adapted and how? In
Being customer-centric means putting your customers first. Most B2B companies live this philosophy by providing a good customer service. Nevertheless, customer centricity goes beyond this and needs an architecture that supports it. To be truly customer-centric, we have to start
At the code.talks commerce 2019 deveoper conference I gave a presentation about Low-Code/No-Code platforms and what it means for software development. My main argument was: There are simply not enough software developers available to meet all the requirements of digitization,
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