In the near future voice in eCommerce will be one of the most important trends. How can you use it to grow your business? The pros and cons of choosing Vue.js as the main framework for your business. Why are shoe startups shaking up the market and how can you benefit from an open source PIM? Here is our pick of eCommerce news for July 2018.
7 Ideas for Growing Your Business with Google Assistant
Google Assistant will be usable in 80 countries by the end of 2018. Understanding it today is crucial for your business in the future. Read more.
Adding Vue.js to Your Technology Stack
Choosing the right framework for your product is like buying your first house. You must make a decision that will affect you in the long term. And this is exactly how it feels when you have to choose between Vue, Angular, React, maybe Backbone, Aurelia, or some other library. Some of them feel good for your product, some of them don’t. Read more.
Shoe startups aren’t dragging their feet
Over the past year-and-a-half, investors have tied up roughly $170 million in an assortment of shoe-related startups, according to an analysis of Crunchbase data. The vast majority is going to sellers and designers of footwear that people might actually want to walk in. Read more.
3 case studies on how you can benefit from an open source PIM
The implementation of a Product Information Management system or PIM, often synonymous with large projects, can be protracted and expensive. However, the emergence of open-source solutions that use state-of-the-art technology and a new licensing model, is reversing this trend. Read more.
The software developer’s life manual #12
Reading notes from the book Soft Skills: The software developer’s life manual. It’s not about teaching you how to polish your technical skills but rather about providing a list of useful suggestions that can benefit your development life in various aspects. Read more.
10 Best Data Visualization Projects of 2017
“Here are my ten favorite data visualization projects of the year in no particular order. Looking over them now, I definitely favored slow consumption over fast and breaking.” Read more.