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Build your own headless eCommerce site with React/Next.js and Bagisto

In this topic, we will see how to build your own headless eCommerce site with React/Next.js and Bagisto. As we all know change is constant in the world same goes for the digital era.

Since all the technologies are also getting advanced day by day, we also need to follow the trend.

Using a  headless eCommerce, we can also have a lot of advantages for managing the content and also delivering it to any channel.

The user has access to a huge variety of amazing UI development technology for their eStores such as eCommerce development with React.js.

Using React.js, Vue.js, and Angular- developers can build robust, interactive, and also efficient websites. These technologies are not just providing us with the tools but also making the process efficient and versatile.

Why React.js/Next.js for Headless eCommerce?

React.js offers many resourceful features and also highlights faster code-reusability. It is also compatible with many libraries.

There are a lot of benefits of FrontEnd development with React.js for eCommerce stores:

It has a huge number of built-in performance optimizations to help you achieve good Core Web Vitals.

Image Optimization

Using the Incremental Static Regeneration, you can keep the benefits of static while increasing to millions of pages.

It allows you to import CSS files from a JavaScript file. This is done because Next.js extends the concept of import beyond JavaScript.

It will optimize the bundle splitting algorithm created by the Google Chrome team.

To provide the backend functionality it creates the optionally API endpoints.

You can check the core web vitals on the three values- “Good”, “Needs Improvement”, and “Poor”.  It has three metrics Largest Contentful Paint (LCP), First Input Delay (FID), and Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS).

https://nextjs.org/learn/seo/web-performance/vitals-overview

The Largest Contentful Paint (LCP) looks at the loading performance of your page.

The First Input Delay (FID) metric is the opinion of an end user’s experience while interacting with a web page.

While the Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS) metric is a measure of your site’s overall layout stability.

Why power eCommerce with a Headless eCommerce like Bagisto?

Bagisto is an OpenSource eCommerce ecosystem to build and scale your business. You can easily Develop and deploy headless e-commerce stores that convert with Vercel + Bagisto.

Bagisto Next.js Commerce

The all-in-one starter kit for high-performance e-commerce sites. With a few clicks, Next.js developers can clone, deploy and fully customize their own store.

You can start instantly with it and check it at nextjs.org/commerce

Features

Configuration

For configuring, you need to first configure the bagisto store with headless.

Set up Bagisto Store

Setup Vercel Commerce Provider

After setting up the Bagisto Store with Headless extension now you need to set up the vercel commerce provider. You have to take the clone of the repo Next.js Commerce.

Open site/.env.local and change the value of

COMMERCE_PROVIDER to @vercel/commerce-bagisto,

then set the environment variables for the Bagisto provider (use site/.env.template as the base).

The setup for Bagisto would look like this for example:

Now set the fields-

After that, you’re all set to go to use the headless eCommerce site with React/Next.js and Bagisto.

So, that was much about “Build your own headless eCommerce site with React/Next.js and Bagisto” for any queries or doubts reach out to us at [email protected] You can also raise a ticket at our HelpDesk System.

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