At Brand Labs we utilize a CI/CD method to development, continuous integration, continuous delivery, and continuous deployment. This fast and effective process allows us to move quickly on releases and bug fixes so we can keep the consumer happy and the conversions coming! The result? Quicker code reviews and issue resolution through fault isolations which means better code, design, development and a better ROI for our clients!
Website migrations present a host of challenges and potential issues, any of which could cause a crisis of cascading problems in the future. Sometimes migrations are as simple as moving from an unsecured environment (HTTP) to a secured one (HTTPS). Sometimes migrations are extremely complex transitions from one ecommerce platform to another.
The build process also happens when we use “stencil push” command to automatically upload and apply a theme in a store, as well as the “stencil start” command to develop a theme in our own developer’s computer. The fact is: what effectively is submitted as a theme to the store is slightly different from the code files we write to author it.
Stencil isn’t just a different BigCommerce framework - it’s an upgrade and a better overall foundation for your ecommerce site. For some, Stencil is faster, more efficient, and easier to work with compared to Blueprint.