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The Three Top Reasons We Chose React for Our Microservices Admin

By Nick Crum

Innovating in eCommerce means investigating new technologies and testing new ways to use them.

Getting Started with React and Broadleaf

By Nick Crum

For the past few months, we have been dedicating time to developing a brand new starter project for developers.I am excited to introduce the culmination of those efforts with Broadleaf's React Starter and show how you can download are start building your own eCommerce application powered by React and Broadleaf.

Broadleaf Commerce Introduces API Commerce React Starter During Live Web Event

By Broadleaf

Broadleaf Commerce, an Inc. 5000 enterprise eCommerce platform provider for custom commerce solutions, will host a live web event, API Commerce: Broadleaf Commerce and React, on September 20.

Broadleaf Commerce Brings eCommerce to DeveloperWeek 2017

By Broadleaf

Broadleaf Commerce, the customizable eCommerce platform provider for enterprise retailers, including O’Reilly Auto Parts and The Container Store, has announced it will showcase at the 2017 DeveloperWeek conference in San Francisco from February 14 to February 15.

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.