Sarah Drasner is an award-winning Speaker, VP of Developer Experience at Netlify, Vue core team member, and Staff Writer at CSS-Tricks. Sarah is formerly Principal Lead of Emerging Markets, Cloud Advocates at Microsoft and Manager of UX & Engineering at Trulia/Zillow Group. She’s the author of SVG Animations from O’Reilly and has given Frontend Masters workshops. Sarah is a co-organizer of ConcatenateConf, a free conference for Nigerian and Kenyan developers. Sarah is also the co-founder of Web Animation Workshops with Val Head. She has worked for 15 years as a web developer, and at points worked as a Scientific Illustrator and a Professor in the Greek Islands.
Implementing e-commerce can be complicated, not to mention expensive. Luckily we have some good options to start selling products on any JAMStack site that are quick to implement and more affordable than a traditional e-commerce solution.
Join me as we investigate what these options are about, and hopefully I can inspire you to offer this to your clients or to start selling something on your own website… swag store? yes please.
Gift Egwuenu is a frontend engineer and technical writer based in Lagos, Nigeria. She is passionate about making the web accessible to everyone and also an advocate for building open-source projects and she enjoys solving complex problems using web technologies. She is also passionate about building communities which led her to start the Vue Vixens chapter in Nigeria and the JAMstack community in Lagos. She is also a co-organizer for Concatenate Conference.
Phil is Principal Developer Experience Engineer at Netlify. With a passion for browser technologies and the empowering properties of the web, he loves seeking out ingenuity and simplicity, especially in places where over-engineering is common. After more than 20 years of building web applications for companies such as Google, Apple, Nike, R/GA, and The London Stock Exchange, Phil has worked to challenge traditional technical architectures in favour of simplicity and effectiveness. Phil is co-author of "Modern Web Development on the JAMstack" (O’Reilly, 2019). He tweets at @philhawksworth and blogs at hawksworx.com.