Product Hunt Weekly Digest
October 11th, 2020

The next Shopify?
Shopify stock has skyrocketed since the e-commerce giant went public 5 years ago. We talked about their growth in more detail earlier this year.

E-commerce is having a moment right now with more businesses turning to online selling.

Swell, launched last month, offers a powerful ‘headless’ e-commerce platform for modern brands, startups, and agencies.

The platform offers unlimited product options, flexible discounts, subscriptions, customizable checkout, and multiple integrations.

With so many e-commerce platforms on the market, it can be difficult to compete with established household names. The creators of Swell believe that headless e-commerce with a no-code editor is the way to go.

In case you’re wondering what headless means, Michelle Teo, one of the makers, explains, “The front end and back end are completely separated, which means brands get freedom of expression to build whatever and however they want.”

Here are some early impressions from the community:

“Eric, Joshua, and the rest of their team are so thoughtful when it comes to the future of the space. Swell is going to crush it, love what they have built.” – Taylor Clauson

“Looks like Shopify Plus on steroids. Really nicely done. And those illustrations are just so captivating.” – Jake Disraeli

“Really impressed by the performance and speed. I've checked out some websites that use swell, and they're quite fast. Good stuff.” – Celik Nimani

If you were waiting for a sign to start selling online, this may be it.
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