Zooming out the headless e-commerce vertical

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🚀 Quick intro to the headless stack

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  1. Create a backend (1) and a frontend (2). The process resembles lego building in the way that the development team can choose any tool they want and replace them with another.
  2. Connect the backend and the frontend parts through an API into the final product and deliver it to the customer via their device (3)
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GIF was made from a video of Pavel Ivanov, a software engineer in Gatsby Storefront

💬 Six reasons why the time is right now

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Best Buy’s share of online sales, 9M 2020

🧭 Mapping the headless e-commerce

🎲 Thoughts about future

🎓 For those who like to dive deeper

👀 You’re welcome to reach out to us

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