TL;DR: Statically generated product overview, client side stock-level hydration: https://github.com/martijnvdbrug/gridsome-vendure-example
What we will do in this blog post:
Create a fresh Gridsome project and…
For my company Pinelab.studio I decided to build a SaaS eCommerce platform, to hold multiple webshops. After doing some research I stumbled upon Vendure.io, a headless eCommerce framework written in NodeJS with a GraphQL API. What more could you want?
For scalability and cost reduction I am running Vendure on Google Cloud Run, here is how to do it!
This blog describes the minimal steps to deploy Vendure to Cloud Run. More improvements are possible. I have described them at the end of this blog.
At MisterGreen we are moving our repositories to GitHub. Coming from Bitbucket, we had to move our Bitbucket pipelines to GitHub Actions. In this post I will describe how to deploy to Google Cloud Run from GitHub:
git tag staging-v1 && git push origin --tags
git tag production-v1 && git push origin --tags
At MisterGreen, an EV leasing company, we enable customers to configure a Tesla and a lease contract.
Contracts need to be signed. We want users to be able to sign through an electronic signature or by payment signature. The electronic signature is just a written signature, but done digitally. The payment signature is a €0.01 payment to verify you/your bank account.
Either way, a contract needs a signature, no matter the implementation. We want to use inheritance, but also store our data in a relational database.
Congratulations, you decided to Program to an interface, not an implementation, but now you…
In this blog we will setup an Apollo GraphQL microservice in the Google Cloud Function environment, using NestJS for structuring our codebase.
This service will expose data about the Tesla cars in our system using a GraphQL interface.