Tag Archives: eCommerce

Medusa: Create A Quick and Extremely Customizable E-Commerce Retailer – JavaScript Dev Feed

Medusa: Create A Quick and Extremely Customizable E-Commerce Retailer This text was initially revealed on my personal blog. E-commerce platforms and frameworks are often constructed on a posh structure to offer you one of the best options as a developer and as a enterprise proprietor. Though that is good as they pack all helpful options…

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Free Responsive Ecommerce Website Template with Animations – JavaScript Dev Feed

Free Responsive Ecommerce Website Template with Animations DEV Community – A constructive and inclusive social network for software developers. With you every step of your journey. Built on Forem — the open source software that powers DEV and other inclusive communities. Made with love and Ruby on Rails. DEV Community © 2016 – 2021. Forem…

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Deploying Medusa on Qovery for a 100% open-source ecommerce stack – JavaScript Dev Feed

Deploying Medusa on Qovery for a 100% open-source ecommerce stack This is a guide for deploying a Medusa project to Qovery. Qovery is a Continuous Deployment Platform, that provides you with the developer experience of Heroku on top of your cloud provider (e.g. AWS, DigitalOcean). It is assumed, that you are currently running a local…

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E-commerce website – adding/deleting product from database. Part 3 – HTML Dev Feed

E-commerce website – adding/deleting product from database. Part 3 Hello, hope you’ll are good. In previous part, we have made login/log out feature and a seller dashboard, where user can apply as a seller and can get his/her dashboard to manage his products. In today’s blog, we’ll make a product adding feature, which is very…

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Announcing Create Medusa App: One command for a full-stack headless e-commerce setup – Node Dev Feed

Announcing Create Medusa App: One command for a full-stack headless e-commerce setup With the new create-medusa-app tool you will get your Medusa development environment ready within a couple of minutes. After completion, you will have a Medusa backend, a Gatsby or Next.js storefront, and an admin dashboard up and running on your local machine. Starting…

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Making E-Commerce More Accessible: 6 Tips for Developers – Learn from Tutorial

Making E-Commerce More Accessible: 6 Tips for Developers Ignoring accessibility is a way to drive customers away from your e-commerce site. While it’s easy for developers to focus on new features and bug fixing, putting effort into inclusive, accessible sites will have huge benefits. Accessibility impairment is more common than you might think. According to…

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