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JSS Commerce part 7 - Conclusion

In the past 6 parts of this JSS Commerce series Joost Meijles and me described our experiences developing a basic Sitecore Commerce website with JSS (Sitecore JavaScript Services). Most of the articles describe how we implemented a certain feature and why we did it that way. Now that we finished the experiment, we can look back and evaluate using JSS for Sitecore Commerce in a more general way. We will do this by asking ourselves a couple of questions.

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JSS Commerce part 5 - Implementing catalog pages

In this part I will decribe how we implemented the catalog pages. In part 2 I talked about how we implemented navigation with JSS & commerce. However, this only described how we implemented url navigation, e.g. how a URL is mapped to a commerce catalog item. This time we will focus on implementing a category menu, the category page and the product page.

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JSS Commerce part 1 - Exposing the commerce engine

This is the first article of a multi-part series in which my colleague Joost Meijles and I will share our experiences developing a Sitecore JSS site on top of Sitecore Commerce. In this part I will discuss the first challenge we faced: how to expose the Commerce Engine to JSS.

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Sitecore Commerce 8.2 catalog cache details

For one of our Sitecore Commerce customers it is really important that product updates are processed and reflected on their website as soon as possible. In order to help them we really needed to understand where the product data is cached and how this is invalidated. In this post I will share our findings, which apply to Sitecore Commerce 8.2 & 8.2.1.

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Extending the SXC9 order flow

The default Sitecore eXperience Commerce order flow is quite generic and although it is not documented, it is possible to modify it. In this post I will share how to add a custom order state.

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Extending the SXC9 customer

Multiple times I’ve seen people ask how to extend a SXC9 customer on the sitecore commerce slack channel. Suprisingly, it seems that this is not documented anywhere. We have already done this in our projects at Aviva Solutions, so I decided to write down how we do this. Full credits need to go to my colleague Joost Meijles, who figured this all out.

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Notes on the SXC9 price calculation

Today I needed to sort sellable items based on the listprice, which required me to do a deep dive into the SXC9 price calculation. This turned out to be not that trivial, so here are my notes: