Entries by Henning Emmrich

Improve your eCommerce with Progressive Web App

Whether and how operators of eCommerce Progressive Web Apps can and should simply use them – that’s what this article is about. Technology is never a panacea. This is also the case with Progressive Web Apps.

Frontend matters: The customer decides on the success of digital business ideas

Frontastic is revolutionising digital customer interfaces, creating completely new possibilities for digital interaction and opening up entirely new possibilities for digital business ideas.

Founding a Remote Native Company with a Fully Distributed Team

Founding a Remote Native Company comes with its own advantages, but also challenges compared to other forms of organisation. COO and co-founder Henning Emmrich writes about the forms of organisation that exist in terms of home office and remote work, their advantages and disadvantages, and what we at Frontastic as a Remote Native Company have learned so far.


Mobile First is just as much an important topic today as it was three years ago. Also Responsive Design is still a hot topic which has not yet arrived fully in commerce reality.

Frontend-as-a-Service – for dummies

Frontend-as-a-Service (FaaS) – was ist das eigentlich und wie kann dieser Service den unterschiedlichen Personenkreisen helfen?

Apollo decides for Frontastic as Frontend Management Platform

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.

Frontend Management Platform

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?

Founding a remote native company

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

synaigy and Frontastic hack a PWA 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.

Seed investment of Aschendorff NEXT in Frontastic

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