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Optimizing React Applications for Search Engines

By Nick Crum

React is a front-end JavaScript framework, so how do we ensure SEO for a dynamic web application that is primarily rendered within the browser? This question came up again when I was porting a Broadleaf eCommerce application to React. The following are a few of the things I learned through the process of ensuring my React web application was SEO-friendly.

Broadleaf Commerce Unveils B2B Quote Management Feature in Live Web Event

By Broadleaf

Fortune 500 eCommerce solution provider Broadleaf Commerce hosts live web event to reveal the new B2B Quote Management feature of the framework.

Broadleaf Commerce Announces Version 5.1, Merchandising Web Event

By Broadleaf

Fortune 500 eCommerce solution provider, Broadleaf Commerce, hosts live web event to reveal version 5.1 merchandising and promotion features including Product Add-Ons, Promotions, Cart Rules, and Purchase-Based Customer Segments.

Broadleaf Commerce Partners with Dev9 to Provide Custom eCommerce Solutions

By Broadleaf

Fortune 500 eCommerce solution provider, Broadleaf Commerce, partners with custom software development firm, Dev9.

Broadleaf Commerce's Upgrade to Thymeleaf 3

By Jay Aisenbrey

Thymeleaf, a server-side Java template engine, has been Broadleaf's go-to templating language for both our admin, and demo site since moving from JSPs a couple of years ago so we were excited when we heard that version 3 released in early May. Soon after the release we decided to start an effort to move to Thymeleaf 3.