Apollo, the optician with the largest number of stores in Germany, relies on the innovative Frontastic frontend management platform to implement new business ideas faster and with less resource consumption. The project was launched in October. The goal is to put the new platform into operation in spring 2019.

Who needs a Frontend Management Platform (as a Service) and what is it anyway? What do you need to successfully implement (frontend) projects – software or skills?

If you are interested in Remote Work and want to get to know our view on this working world – this post is for you.

Hacking a PWA Frontend for IBM Websphere Commerce

At synaigy Hackathon 2018, the “Syntastic” team has proven that it is possible to create a lean Progressive Web App (PWA) in just two days based on the IBM Websphere API and Frontastic as a frontend as a service.

Aschendorff NEXT

Aschendorff NEXT acquires a 6-digit Euro stake in Frontastic as part of a seed investment.

E-Commerce Singe Page Application

An E-Commerce Single Page Application is what you “feel” when shopping on Zalando or About You – a smooth shopping experience without annoying reloads. Frontastic makes this experience possible for all modern e-commerce systems.

Now official: The About You Cloud – Front-end as a Service from Frontastic. As an official backbone partner, Frontastic offers the frontend as a service.

Besides the simple explanation of Iaas, PaaS or SaaS, this is about the frontend as a service and the right e-commerce strategy for agencies and e-commerce drivers. What is the key success factor?
Is it the perfect integration of all processes involved? Is it the unique customer experience? Or is the essential contribution to economic success in the purchasing strategy?

In simple words, it explains what a Frontend as a Service and a React Platform as a Service is, their advantages and why a modern e-commerce architecture cannot do without them.