Vue Storefront is a standalone PWA storefront for your eCommerce, possible to connect with any eCommerce backends, for example:
Vue Storefront is and always will be open source (MIT Licence). Anyone can use and support the project, we want it to be a tool for the improvement of the shopping experience. The project is in the production ready phase.
Which Vue Storefront should I choose for my next project?
If you’re on Magento 1 or Magento 2 choose Vue Storefront 1.x with vsf-capybara theme, Install it using CLI
If you’re on commercetools / About You Cloud choose Vue Storefront Next clone it from
If you’re on Shopware 6 go to
shopware-pwa sub-project and use the Shopware PWA powered by Vue Storefront
Check our Rodmap -> link do https://github.com/DivanteLtd/vue-storefront#roadmap
We're developing a next version of Vue Storefront on the
We're building the following integrations within Next architecture:
You can learn more about Vue Storefront Next from the README on the
next branch and this video
|If you want to learn more about Vue Storefront Next, contribute or build an integration reach to Filip Rakowski on our Slack|
Important note to developers: From 1.0RC we started using develop branch for nightly builds (contains all new features) and master branch for stable. Please make sure you're working on right branch. Please take a look at Contributing guidelines.
|If you're new and need some guidance feel free to visit out forum or reach to Filip Jędrasik (@Fifciuu) from the core team on our Slack|
Want to invest some time in building the future of eCommerce? we are looking for agencies and developers willing to help us make VS even more awesome. Interested - contact
@Filip Rakowski on slack
We are looking for Contributors and Designer willing to help us in the solution development.
Read contribution rules before making any pull request. Pull request that doesn't meet these requirements will not be merged
PS: Check Storefront UI - our UI library for eCommerce.
Try out our open demo and if you like it first give us some star on Github ★ and then contact us on Slack or via [email protected]
This demo site is connected to Magento 2.2 with shopping carts and users synchronization so You can make an order (which unfortunately won't be shipped ;P).
If You like to see Magento 1 integration demo please do contact us.
Try out our open demo and if you like it first give us some star on Github ★ and then contact us on Vue Storefront Official Slack or via [email protected]
This demo site is connected to Magento2.
We're trying to be very open regarding our development plans, news, roadmap and in general: sharing a lot. Please do bookmark our Official blog to be always up to date!
Yes! There are more than 140 implementations happening right now and many live shops (check awesome live projects on Vue Storefront).
For an up-to-date list of supported browsers please see "browserslist" in package.json
If you have any questions or ideas feel free to join our slack via invitation link: https://slack.vuestorefront.io/
Here you can find the accepted roadmap for current milestone and what you can expect with next release.
Here you can vote for feature requests and see which ones were accepted. The most upvoted ones will be added to the next milestones. You can also join the slack channel
#roadmap-planning where we discuss the next milestones.
The process of adding new features to the roadmap looks like this:
Roadmapproject so it's visible in the board.
We are planning 1-2 milestones ahead. Our milestones are based on requirements from community, partners and production implementations.
Please note that bugfixes are treated separately and in most cases added to the milestones immediately.
If youd like to take part in roadmap planning feel free to join #roadmap-planning channel on our slack
The documentation is always THE HARDEST PART of each open source project! But we're trying hard.
Please find out what we've already managed to prepare: available on Github Pages. Please note that new docs are still Work In Progress and will be successfully updated. You can find them also under the
You can find some tutorials and explanations on our YouTube channel
Vue Storefront was created to solve a set of key business challenges from the world of the shopping experience. Our goal for the application is to provide the solution with:
Vue Storefront was built as an all-in-one front-end for eCommerce. For providing the best performance we decided to use Vue.js as a front-end library, Node.js + Express (and maybe GraphQL support) as a server-API, Elastic Search as a database of products and full PWA/off-line support. Here you can read more about the proof of concept for Vue Storefront connected with Magento2.
Besides a big improvement for the shopping experience, we also want to create a great code base for every developer who needs to work on a front-end application for the eCommerce.
Vue Storefront supports by default two different themes:
The application is prepared to be fully customized in design through the theming system. With the current version we work on raw, basic template of typical eCommerce for a fashion industry. In the project we used Material Icons.
Here you can read more about the process of designing PWA for eCommerce.
The design is available in open source in the Figma file format under the URL https://www.figma.com/file/VKyqbHFI55TKIKcQlFLiVpVF/Vue-Storefront-Open-Source.
When hosting NodeJS applications there are some differences compared to, for example, hosting PHP or Java applications. Server Side Rendering via NodeJS can have memory leaks because of suboptimal code. Although core code is optimized, project specific features or misaligned hosting configuration can introduce this. More on how to avoid these for VueJS can be ready in this article. We also recommend reading about VueJS best practices.
On the server we advice to run PM2 which offers features to keep your NodeJS application stable. When hosting on Kubernetes the checks and memory limits can be leveraged to kill unhealthy containers. More on hosting can be found in the documentation.
Vue Storefront is platform agnostic which means it can be connected to virtually any CMS. Please take a look at Pimcore bridge to give you an idea of how other platforms can be connected. Any support for integrating Prestashop, Shopify ... - much appreciated.
If you have discovered a 🐜 or have a feature suggestion, feel free to create an issue on Github.
If you like our project and would like to learn more on how to create Progressive Web Apps you can ask us for a dedicated workshop at your office! Conducted by Vue Storefront core contributors! All the profits are used for supporting Vue Storefront development. Learn more
Vue Storefront is and always will be Open Source, released under MIT Licence.
Most of the core team members, VS contributors and contributors in the ecosystem do this open source work in their free time. If you use Vue Storefront for a serious task, and you'd like us to invest more time on it, you can donate the project! You can support us in various ways:
This is how we will use the donations:
If you would like to support us please just let us know: [email protected]
Vue Storefront is a Community effort brought to You by our great Core Team and supported by the following companies.
Partners are encouraged to support the project in various ways - mostly by contributing the source code, marketing activities, evangelizing and of course - implementing the production projects. We do support our partners by dedicated contact channels, workshops and by sharing the leads from merchants interested in implementations.
If you like to become our Partner just let us know via [email protected].
Vue Storefront source code is completely free and released under the MIT License.