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Welcome to our blog, where we share news related to Sylius and post about technology & eCommerce.

What is Progressive Web App and what it means for the future of eCommerce projects

Learn what is PWA and why biggest enterprise companies on the market like Twitter or Alibaba are already using them to expand their growth.

Watch it again: Webinar about VueStorefront and Sylius integration

We joined our Leading Partner's - BitBag - webinar to talk about the upcoming Sylius 1.8 release and business value of Proggresive Web Apps.

Security releases announcement – August 2020

Fixes for two security vulnerabilities found in Sylius/SyliusResourceBundle.

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Sylius Plus: MK DIRECT Holding migrating its 3 leading French brands

Read why the French market leader trusted Sylius in a strategic replatforming process to get a competitive eCommerce advantage.

Short tale about replatforming by Mikołaj Król CEO of Sylius leading partner BitBag

    Sylius: Hello! Today we will be talking with the CEO of our leading partner – BitBag. Mikołaj’s presence is not accidental as his company is extremely experienced in replatforming. Mikołaj Król: Thank you for such a warm introduction. Yes, it is true; at BitBag, we have done more than a few replatforming projects. […]

What’s the Plus? Loyalty features on point

This time let’s take a look at Sylius Plus and our new apple of the eye - the Sylius Plus Loyalty System.

Built-in charts in Sylius | Sylius Inside Out

The benefits of having a way to analyze sales in your eCommerce management system are undeniable. It’s an easy way to check some of the most important data about your shop’s performance.

Mollie becomes Sylius Preferred Technology Partner for France, DACH & Benelux

Mollie and Sylius have just become Strategic Technological Partners. It means that from now on Mollie is Sylius' preferred payment service provider (PSP) for merchants in Benelux, DACH, and France.

API for a modern Symfony application

How to combine the logic provided by Sylius with your own custom subsystems or frontends? The answer is, of course, creating the right API - so that any developer will be able to use Sylius in any environment without any problems.