Using React, Typescript, Node.js and GraphQL, you'll learn what it takes to create magnificent custom experiences for VTEX IO Stores!
In this step, you'll learn how an app's files are organized in VTEX IO and what each field of the manifest.json means
After modifying something in the app's code, we'll link it and check results on store
Through React's props API, you'll learn how to make blocks configurable with Store Framework
Using React's hooks, we'll finish the countdown block implementation
VTEX IO offers a way to make CSS styling customizable: CSS handles. We'll also see how to work with VTEX Tachyons
To make our blocks reusable by anyone, we'll make sure to follow good practices of internationalization supported by VTEX IO
To make custom blocks flexible, we must pay attention to the granularity of the visual components of each block
Using VTEX catalog data within your component
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