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    The most popular eCommerce technologies among top players

    The most popular eCommerce technologies among top players

    Are you wondering what solution would work best for your business? Behind every online store, there is a huge list of technologies that work together to deliver the best possible shopping experience. A lot of the tech may surprise you, as it often remains invisible in the background and may not be directly linked to eCommerce. This is particularly true for cloud solutions.

    In this article, we list some of the most popular eCommerce technology trends and the choices made by the biggest brands.

    Magento

    Written in PHP, Magento remains one of the most popular solutions for online stores. It has been constantly developed since 2008 and remains one of the most valued pieces of software to date.

    Known brands using Magento:

    • Ford
    • Coca Cola
    • Christian Louboutin
    • Oliver Bonas

    Read more about the many benefits of Magento for eCommerce in our article: What can Magento offer your eCommerce business?

    React

    React is a JavaScript programming language library often used for apps and websites jointly with other eCommerce platforms.

    Known brands using React:

    • Airbnb
    • UberEats
    • Netflix
    • WhatsApp

    Android

    Android remains the most popular operating system for smartphones in the world, with nearly 70% market share worldwide (Sep 2023). Many famous brands have their own custom apps for Android, including:

    • Amazon
    • eBay
    • Etsy
    • ASOS

    We create Android apps too. Check out our case study for CityTalks.

    PixiJS

    This tool is often used to create online games and interactive elements on websites. It is a free, open-source solution.

    Known brands using PixiJS:

    • BBC
    • Dominos
    • Kaspersky Lab
    • The New York Times

    NextJS

    First released in October 2016, Next.js is a React framework for creating websites with open-source code.

    Known brands using Next.js:

    • Scale
    • ZeroHeight
    • MarvelApp
    • Culture Trip

    jQuery

    This JavaScript library facilitates the use of the language. It is free and open-source. At a low performance cost, it helps achieve interesting animations and add dynamic elements to a website.

    Known brands using jQuery:

    • Etsy
    • Zappos
    • newEgg
    • Home Shopping Network

    Our renowned Ultimate GDPR & CCPA WordPress plugin uses jQurery, and you can also check out the case study for ProChat.

    Node.js

    A cross-platform, open-source environment for the creation of server-side applications written in JavaScript.

    Known brands using Node.js:

    • Groupon
    • Archify
    • Reactual
    • Best Buy

    Check out our global eCommerce solution using Node.js that we prepared for Mercator.

    Vue.js

    An open-source framework for web applications based on JavaScript and Model-View-Controller. Between 2021 and 2022, Vue.js was one of the most commonly used frameworks for web apps.

    Known brands using Vue.js:

    • Xiaomi
    • Alibaba
    • Louis Ansa
    • Gramovox
    • Larq

    AngularJs

    Another open framework based on JavaScript and promoted by Google. It supports the development of single-page web apps. It’s worth mentioning that Google cut support for AngularJS in 2022.

    Known brands using AngularJs:

    • Mobile.de
    • Gonoise
    • De Beers
    • Puma

    The solution we prepared for Mercator uses AngularJS.

    Drupal

    Drupal is a content management framework written in PHP and used by over a million websites (about 2% of all websites in the world).

    Known brands using Drupal:

    • Tesla
    • The Economist
    • Wilson Sporting Goods Co.

    Shopify

    A Canadian eCommerce platform for online stores. One of the most popular solutions of its kind, widely used throughout the world.

    Known brands using Shopify:

    • Gymshark
    • Budweiser
    • Penguin Books

    See the Shopify-based solution we prepared for Made Trade.

    OXID

    OXID eShop is a highly-awarded online store system and one of the leading eCommerce solutions available on the market, valued for its reliability, scalability and customization options.

    Known brands using OXID:

    • Fissler
    • Trigema
    • Zwiesel Glas Shop
    • Energeto

    We’re experienced in OXID too. Check out our case study for cgrd.

    Flutter

    An open-source set of tools for coders designed for the creation of native, cross-platform, mobile, desktop, and internet applications. It was created by Google.

    Known brands using Flutter:

    • Alibaba
    • Reflectly
    • Birch Finance

    onecredible, our original solution for supply chains, is based on Flutter.

    iOS

    The second most popular mobile operating system in the world, developed by Apple inc. exclusively for the company’s own products, and the development of iOS apps.

    Known brands that have iOS products:

    • Zara
    • Whole Foods Market
    • Groupon
    • Asos

    React Native

    An open-source set of tools for coders designed to create native, cross-platform, mobile, desktop, and internet applications. It was created by Meta Platforms.

    Known brands using React Native:

    • Facebook
    • Instagram
    • Pinterest
    • Skype

    Symfony

    A highly popular open-source framework for web apps written in PHP that was first published in October 2005.

    Known brands using Symfony:

    • Magefan
    • EMP Merchandising
    • Rueducommerce
    • Carrefour Spectacles
    • Sainsbury’s

    We are Symfony experts. Check out some of our recent projects using this framework.

    WordPress

    A content management system (CMS) using the MySQL database. According to W3Techs, in September 2022, 43% of all websites in the world used WordPress.

    Known brands using WordPress:

    • Sony Music
    • Forbes
    • PlayStation blog
    • CNN Press Room

    WordPress is among our favorite technologies! Check out our recent projects.

    Laravel

    An open-source framework for web applications written in PHP, created by Taylor Otwell and widely used worldwide.

    Known brands using Laravel:

    • Flaviar
    • Bonfire
    • Laraship

    Amazon Web Services (AWS)

    AWS is a cloud-based service platform offering computing power, database hosting, content delivery, and several other products and services supporting business growth.

    Known brands using AWS:

    • Amazon
    • Zalando
    • Netflix

    We’ve got a lot of experience working with AWS. See some of our projects.

    Microsoft Azure

    Microsoft’s cloud-based platform using the PaaS model, providing access to mechanisms for data processing and storage.

    Known brands using Azure:

    • ASOS
    • HP
    • BMW

    Kubernetes

    An open-source platform for the management, automation, and scaling of container applications, supported by most public cloud solutions.

    Known brands using Kubernetes:

    • Adidas
    • Bose
    • Philips

    Conclusion

    With so many technologies available on the market it may be difficult to understand which one would be best for your project. It is very often the case that several solutions work together to provide the best possible results.

    Are you looking for a dedicated team to bring your dream project to life? Are you lost in the eCommerce jungle and in need of assistance? We’re here to help, contact us.

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