When comparing two or more online stores, we can notice similarities between their structure. For example: independently of the store we are browsing, it’s common to see highlighted products in the store’s window display, along with a search bar, menus, product pages with a buy button, logo, and so on.
This shows us that there is a correspondence between online store components, no matter each store’s identity. This correspondence makes the store creation process easier, allowing a front-end development with a single shareable component structure among stores.
This means that Store Framework enables you to:
- Have flexible, changeable, regularly tweaked components at your fingertips, all written in JSON and CSS.
- Be natively integrated with VTEX APIs.
- Send your store’s view events to analysis tools, such as Google Tag Manager and Google Analytics.
This track will show you how to build and customize a store in VTEX IO, using Store Framework and our ecommerce components.