Everything you need to know about adopting Composable Commerce with serenity
With a modern commerce architecture, the back-end (which deals with orders, inventory) is separate from the front-end (which displays products and takes payments).
Separating the backend and frontend and introducing a headless storefront is the first step to take when adopting a composable architecture. A front-end agnostic from the back-end is beneficial to a composable system. It gives you control over the backend and frontend experiences and permits a gradual migration towards your ideal ecommerce platform.
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