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  • Coding for Commerce Extensions Webinar Follow-Up: Extending the Checkout and Using Events

    This blog is a follow-up article to a webinar that Jackie Fisher and I gave about the commerce extension framework. It includes a number of examples to help you understand how the API works, including adding a custom transaction body field to the checkout, and adding a confirmation modal to the promo code form on the cart.  Read More...

  • Nine Key Areas to Look At When Troubleshooting Ecommerce Performance

    One of our most popular sessions at SuiteWorld 2018 was one led by Diego Cardozo and Mark Sweeting on troubleshooting SuiteCommerce performance. In their talk, the duo gave nine practical steps developers can take to troubleshoot performance problems with their site. In this post, I want to revisit their talk and summarize the key points.  Read More...

  • TIL Thursday: NetSuite Professional Services' Best Practices

    Learn from the best: our SuiteCommerce professional services team share their best practices for writing re-usable, maintainable, high-quality code  Read More...

  • Get to Grips with Backbone Events

    Events are great, aren't they? People, beverages, interesting conversation. But what about Backbone events? Well, unlike social events, Backbone events are even cooler as they can bring your site to life.   Read More...

  • TIL Thursday: Find Out About the New Service Controllers

    A fundamental architecture change occurred in Vinson: we changed the way we code services — moving from static service files to ones generated by service controllers. While we've documented these changes, I wanted to find out more and dig a little deeper.With the help of Gerardo Rodriguez, a senior software engineer in our ecommerce team, we're going to take a closer look at the services refactor.  Read More...

  • TIL Thursday: Add Modals to your Forms

    TIL Thursday is a series of articles that illustrates an area of functionality or part of SuiteCommerce Advanced that you may not know about. By the end of it, you should be able to say "Today I learned..." This article will take you through the simple steps of implementing modals on a list page, including the template changes to launch the modals and the code change required to 'refresh' the list when a record is added or changed  Read More...