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Upgrading from a Monolithic to a Headless Frontend

Businesses and consumers are demanding a convenient and unified buying experience, across multiple digital touch points, but traditional eCommerce architectures are outdated for the constant digital commerce evolution. While a Monolithic approach often transforms small changes into time-consuming projects, a Headless eCommerce is a faster and agile alternative.

A Headless architecture separates key functionalities into individual components that interact with each other through standardized interfaces. The frontend is decoupled from the backend and functions independently, enabling to create a personalized and connected digital experience across multiple channels.

With a headless frontend, developers are set free from the complex structure of the backend, allowing them to focus on optimizing and enhancing the user experience. Going headless with your eCommerce allows you to switch easily between frontends or deploy new ones.

Headless commerce functions by passing requests between the presentation and application layers through APIs calls. The architecture delivers a platform via RESTful APIs that comprise of a backend data model and a cloud infrastructure.

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Join this panel discussion to discover how Royal Cyber can support your evolution with deep technical expertise and architecture understanding so you can put your customers first and prepare your business to be future ready.

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Expert Speakers

Mathew Easow

Mathew Easow Jacob

Practice Head – UI Development
at Royal Cyber Inc.
Varatharajan Sethuraman

Varatharajan Sethuraman

Senior Technical Architect, UI Development
at Royal Cyber Inc.


Introduction to Frontends for eCommerce

Comparing Monolithic and Headless Frontends

Advantages and Disadvantages of Monolithic vs. Headless

Migrating to a Headless Frontend

Features and Benefits of a Headless Frontend

Question & Answer Session

Upgrading from a Monolithic to a Headless Frontend