As monoliths are replaced by microservices and APIs, too much synchronization between systems can be problematic. By using SKUs as conventional shared identifiers, you can connect multiple data sources without writing any glue code.
A poorly managed catalog can result in operational complexity, SEO problems, and performance issues. The good news is that headless CMSs and modern search engines give us a solution that is very elegant, scalable, and even fun to code!
Multi-country is often confused with multi-language by developers. Selling internationally isn't just about translating an ecommerce website in different languages, but also about localizing its business settings for different countries and regions.
Ecommerce platforms often rely on currency conversions to handle multicurrency. This method has many limitations. It is much better to manage multiple independent price lists and gain full control over your pricing strategy.
Product content is commonly misunderstood to be different from editorial content. Moving your product catalog to a headless CMS simplifies your stack and makes your editors' life much easier.
Many clients ask me whether they should invest in a PIM or not. This article aims to answer this question by exploring three different options.
You should model your catalog using a solution that provides a flexible schema, such as a headless CMS. This will allow you to define strongly typed product models, simplify your development, and make your merchandisers' lives much easier.
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