Magento PWA Storefront Development
Implement a headless Progressive Web App (PWA) storefront for your Magento website to deliver the best shopping experience on the move
What we can do
What you will get
A lightning fast and beautiful storefront for your Magento 2 website, powered by headless PWA.
The PWA will work with the current extensions on your site, and also will be very easy to integrate with other Magento 2 extensions that you may install in the future, especially when most extensions now support API and GraphQL.
Our PWA aims to be stable and easy to maintain, so you don't need to worry about future Magento version upgrades or rely on SimiCart to do every tasks.
Publish your mobile PWA to app stores
PWA page building made easy
Simply choose from our 40+ pre-built templates or drag and drop page elements to build your desired layout.
- Ready-made templates: 40+ beautiful templates for you to choose from so you don't need to build your pages from scratch.
- No coding knowledge required
- Easy preview & publish: Preview your changes before they go live and Publish changes to live environment with one click. No coding knowledge required.
- Instant changes: All changes are reflected instantly when you preview. No "clear cache" needed.
(This page was built using Tapita Page Builder)
40+ pre-built templates
Optimized for SEO
Google Rich Snippet (Structured Data) and Ecommerce Reports for GA4 ready
Tell us about your requirements
Let us know a bit about you and your PWA project requirements.
We will get back to you within 24 hours.
Yes, our PWA supports multi-stores and multi-languages.
No, our PWA works on both desktop and mobile. Basically your whole website will be PWA-powered.
Our PWA will automatically work with most of your backend extensions. For extensions that modify or interact with the frontend, we will need to do some customization on our PWA for them to work.
Technically the PWA will replace your current theme with a new storefront, however we can make that storefront to look exactly like your current frontend, while trying to preserve the backend configurability.