In this session we present how we created the biggest Drupal Commerce 2 site in the world, in record time. How does Commerce 2 enable us to develop advanced features faster, and what were our biggest challenges scaling an online store to tens of millions of products?
The eCommerce industry continues to grow rapidly year over year, bringing more merchants online and driving larger profits. With that growth comes the increased need for rich content, innovative product merchandising, and integration into an ever increasing number of third party sales, marketing, and fulfillment tools. Drupal has always excelled as a platform for building unique customer experiences, and it continues to come into its own as an adaptive sales platform via projects like Drupal Commerce.
This track includes content that helps merchants understand how to start and grow their online businesses, demonstrates to developers how to build ambitious eCommerce sites, and incorporates solution providers who improve the whole process via integrations -- all with Drupal.
After 1 year and almost 2k person days of work on a commerce 2.x project to book parking places, site is up and we'll see how Commerce 2.x is made for business-specific e-commerce.
Companies have successfully started using chatbots to connect with consumers to meet basic request and chat-based interfaces will probably replace apps as the primary way people use the internet.
Micro services are the new cool, but administration interfaces are either decoupled, connected using an SSO, or that monolith in the stack added on top.
In this talk we will focus on how Drupal 8 is not just a CMS, but a construction kit to build powerfull interfaces for a bunch of decoupled micro-services.
VR is much more than gamers tech. It has reached the mass market as well as industry and business. Sophisticated VR-applications for commerce, marketing, design, research and many other fields need strong content management systems. We see the beginning of something big and it‘s time getting your hands on now.
Being a Central-European Drupal shop, multicurrency is an important feature that our customers are looking for. In this session, you can learn about possible approaches for multicurrency and about the solution we chose for our customer and its pros and cons.
Open-Source Ecommerce solutions are mostly compared based on how many sites uses them and how much plug and play modules are available.
In this session we will intend to build a big picture understandable by anyone by presenting these solutions from different perspectives: developer, advertiser and M2M.
Setting up Drupal Commerce to sell access to aspects of your site, such as roles or content, as either subscriptions or one-off purchases.
The king is dead, long live the king - or how Hooks were superseded by object oriented alternatives in Commerce 2.x.
Commerce 2.x has almost completely ditched Hooks. They were replaced by Plugins, Services, Events. In this session, we will go through the Commerce API to answer, how can we implement the complex business logic and make your upcoming Commerce 2.x project a success story.
At Commerce Guys, we are working to make it easier to decouple Drupal Commerce to improve scalability and flexibility for agencies. We spent the earlier part of the year working on a Cart API for progressively decoupled cart experiences. The work wasn’t without its challenges. In this session, Drupal Commerce co-maintainer Matt Glaman will present the work done to develop this Cart API.