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A great commerce experience cannot be distilled to a single number. It’s not a Lighthouse score, or a set of Core Web Vitals figures, although both are important inputs. A great commerce experience is a trilemma that carefully balances competing needs of delivering great customer experience, dynamic storefront capabilities, and long-term business — conversion, retention, re-engagement — objectives. As developers, we rightfully obsess about the customer experience, relentlessly working to squeeze every millisecond out of the critical rendering path, optimize input latency, and eliminate jank. At the limit, statically generated, edge delivered, and HTML-first pages look like the optimal strategy. That is until you are confronted with the realization that the next step function in improving conversion rates and business.

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The journey, often, starts “simple” with localization. But then, quickly advances to contextual pricing, juggling complexity of large and frequently updated product catalog, managing continuously running multivariate tests and promotion campaigns, and serving customer-tailored dynamic recommendations. Eventually, you reach a realization that every page is similar to an open Tetris board where each “slot” can and should be dynamically tailored by dynamic visitor preferences, all powered by an ever-growing set of dynamic business rules.

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From connecting back-office operations to front-of-the-house A/B testing and ynamic personalization for each customer, the shared foundation is fast server-side rendering powered by fast storefront data access. On top of this foundation, we add layers of caching, prerendering and edge delivery optimizations — not the other way around.

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Surveying the existing landscape of available developer tools and runtimes, we felt that there is a gap. Enabling dynamic commerce requires close integration between server and client, an optimized streaming and data fetch strategy, and a production platform that operates at scale. These are hard technical problems that Shopify can help solve and this is why we’ve been hard at work on the Hydrogen framework. It’s a React-based framework optimized for commerce and specialized to be powered by Shopify APIs and infrastructure: The future of commerce is dynamic and personalized.

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Getting fast initial render with streaming server-side rendering, efficient component-level updates and state transitions, while also setting up a performant loading and bundling strategy.


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    Rosalina Kelian Reply

    24th March 2022

    For all the assets is hard and time-consuming technical work. And, of course, the result needs to be seamless and delightful — dare we say, even fun — to develop and maintain. Regardless of whether you’re ing up a storefront for a new merchant.

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    Rosalina Kelian Reply

    24th March 2022

    Building a customer experience that will be visited by millions, the goal for Hydrogen is to eliminate undifferentiated and gnarly technical plumbing and enable you to start fast and focus on delivering merchant value.

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    Rosalina Kelian Reply

    24th March 2022

    Unlocking such features and making them all work nicely together required that we work hands-on with React core team on helping define and prototype server components; Vite ecosystem on server-side streaming; Google’s Aurora team on integrating conformance.

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