Vue Storefront eCommerce with Magento 2, Wordpress and Amazon integration
When building websites and adding content for our Magento 2 clients a question we constantly have to ask ourselves is, “Does the client want to change this themselves?”. On the surface a client might argue that having everything available for them to edit would be preferable, however there are a few downsides to this: Making […]
Now you must be thinking, ‘What do rubber ducks and development have in common?’, other than being the start to a potentially cheesy joke, it’s actually a lot more than you think… stay with me.‘Rubber ducking’ is short form for ‘rubber duck debugging’ a term coined in the 1999 book ‘The Pragmatic Programmer’. In this […]
We’re proud to support or local Bournville girls under 12 football team, wishing them all the best in the 2021 season!
The Develo team are delighted to announce the appointment of a new Account and Project Manager, Selina Malik. Charged with the smooth and time-efficient progression of client projects, plus overhauling business processes and reviewing key operations, Selina has hit the ground running since her appointment at the end of lockdown. Director, Luke Collymore, comments on […]
I recently had to debug issues while integrating Magento 2 and SAP Ariba with Punchout for login, cart transfer and order processing. We’ve integrated Magento and other procurement systems via Punchout over 10 times, so I’m used to debugging and solving the odd issue, but there was some really surprising issues that took a while […]
The cart page brings the deal, but the checkout page has to close it. Therefore, both have to be perfect in design and user experience. The more ease and comfort you provide to the end-user, the more he or she will take an interest in finishing the purchase. Now that you know how much […]
We’re going to show you how to create a Vue Storefront Module, we’ll ease you in by creating a small module that wraps a customer messaging platform called Intercom. Modules in Vue Storefront Vue Storefront prefers to have features and functionality split up into “modules”. Each module contains the code & assets required to handle […]