For 75% of online customers, the loading speed is a crucial aspect of their user experience.
Speed is the key for your growth
StoreFront X framework outperforms similar products in all Lighthouse Performance Score metrics.
In StoreFront X, everything is easily customizable. From design, functionality, business logic to integrations, and much more. StoreFront X will always adapt to your needs.
Thanks to its modular architecture, StoreFront X is the ideal solution for projects of any size. It consists of a minimal core and additional modules for particular features so it is easily scalable.
StoreFront X will help you with SEO thanks to the excellent performance (improves Google's Web Vitals), server-side rendering and modules for meta-tags like Schema.org or Open Graph.
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We needed to speed up the site and support further growth of our online store, especially from a revenue perspective. It was key for us that the chosen solution was easily customizable and scalable. When we did a comparison of the options available on the market, StoreFront X came out best and it turned out to be a good choice.
Originally we wanted to create our own native application, but when we roughly calculated the costs of development and operation, we started looking for an alternative. For all intents and purposes, PWA came up the best. We chose StoreFront X and I must say that the result exceeded our expectations.
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How to keep your web apps healthy
David Vršek and Adam Jedlička (both StoreFront X Developers) were among the speakers at the webinar Time to speed up! and had an inspiring presentation about the performance of the apps in relation to Core Web Vitals. We bring you the summary of their speech.
Is the Web faster now?
Core Web Vitals are rolled out now! As of May 2021, Google started to measure the user experience of web applications and incorporated the score into SERP. Since most of the traffic for web applications goes from Google, people should start optimizing their pages. Have they started yet? Let’s get some data to see what has happened with the web lately.
Can milliseconds make millions?
Customers’ expectations and the usage of smartphones are getting higher every day, which puts a lot of pressure on mobile speed. The gap between companies with great mobile experience and those without will widen more and more. To stay competitive, companies will have to adopt a mobile-first mind-set and focus on site speed as the top priority.
How well your website is performing
Every ttenth of a second when a visitor has to wait for your site to load has a far greater impact on your revenue than you think. Lighthouse a useful tool from Google, will help you find out how your online store actually performs.