WooCommerce Proof of Concept

CoCart v3 is now released. :smiley:


Nice… looking forward to seeing this working with Frontity :smiley:

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Looks great! Congratulations :slightly_smiling_face:

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I realize this is not end of the world but just a FYI that the https://woocommerce.frontity.org/ site is showing SSL certificate expired. How did I even get to this url? After cloning the Proof of Concept on Github > running server on localhost > source defaults to https://woocommerce.frontity.org/

@simsev I’ve just checked and it works fine for me. What browser are you using?

The SSL works fine for me too :slightly_smiling_face:

How did I even get to this url?

You have a full explanation about the proof of concept and how to work with it in the Readme of this GitHub repo. I think it could be helpful :slightly_smiling_face:

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My apologies guys! Works now

Should be able to start working on a CoCart concept with Frontity soon but would like to know if the concept you created with WooCommerce API is a wrapper that can be applied to any theme or is it hard coded within a theme?

Just like to get a little feedback as I am still new to React.

Thank you.


Just released v3.1 beta 1 which introduces a setup wizard to help setup the headless environment and more. I’m hoping this release will help a little more for those who want to use Frontity with WooCommerce.


It’s just an additional package that exposes some state and actions, so they can be consumed by other packages or themes.

Does that answer your question? :slightly_smiling_face:

Yes thank you.

I’ve been following the post and I’m really happy to see the lib is close :slight_smile:

I work on a marketplace and plan to use Frontity on our roadmap in the next 2 months. I hope I can help you.


I wonder if it will be possible to alter the endpoint (filter) to include the necessary fields to be able to use the products in Frontity
what do you think?