In the past we have focused on a more traditional multi-page application using Spring MVC and Thymeleaf for our demos, now we have the opportunity to leverage this new wave of front-end technologies, showing off the flexibility of Broadleaf’s robust API layer.
September 15, 2017
The web event will provide an in-depth look at Broadleaf Commerce APIs, including:
- Broadleaf’s API Module Overview
- Introduction to Broadleaf’s React Starter
- Live Demo of the React Starter
- Live Q&A with Broadleaf Senior Software Engineer Nick Crum
The React Starter illustrates using Broadleaf’s API layer to build a single-page eCommerce application with an enhanced user experience. The Starter demo utilizes notable front-end libraries React, React Router, and Redux for the client-side application. Primary benefits of using Broadleaf APIs with React include site performance increases, fast and responsive user interfaces, and a superior front-end development experience.
“Broadleaf features an extensible API that can be used to create compelling eCommerce single-page applications,” stated Nick Crum, Senior Software Engineer at Broadleaf Commerce. “In the past we have focused on a more traditional multi-page application using Spring MVC and Thymeleaf for our demos, now we have the opportunity to leverage this new wave of front-end…