Stories from the Blok #2

We are holding our 2nd get-together to give you exclusive insights into new features, plans and interesting technical topics.

With “Stories from the Blok” we would like to invite you to an online event to learn about the latest developments from the Storyblok ecosystem and the larger web development community. For this get-together we have prepared this preliminary agenda:

  • 17:00 - Welcome & State of Storyblok
  • 17:20 - Unpacking the Partner Program
  • 17:30 - Magento Integration - Javier Villanueva
  • 18:00 - Building Components in Harmony - Debbie O’Brien
  • 18:30 - Vue Storefront - Filip Rakowski
  • Q&A on Discord

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  • 6th of May, 2021
  • 17:00 CET / 08:00 PST / 23:00 ICT

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Welcome & State of Storyblok

Hear everything about the current state of Storyblok and where the company is going.

Dominik Angerer - CEO @ Storyblok

Unpacking the Partner Program

We have some exciting new benefits and features coming to the Storyblok Partner Program that we’d like to share with you. Here you will learn about the benefits of being a partner, our new partner listing page, and a sneak preview of our new Partner Learning Centre.

Barry D’Arcy - VP of Partner @ Storyblok

Better Content Management in Magento 2 with Storyblok

Showcase how to integrate Storyblok with Magento 2 to create content-rich pages that are easily editable.

Javier Villanueva - Technical Director at Media Lounge and Storyblok Ambassador

Building Components in Harmony

When it comes to components the easy and fast way is to just build the component as we see it. A button, a hero, or a card component for example. We don’t think about reusability because we don’t have to. The aim is to deliver fast. But what if we thought about things differently. What if we saw the bigger picture as not just the application you are creating but the future long-term goal. What if we thought about building components so that they are extendable, theme-able, and reusable across different code bases. If we could do that then we would be able to deliver applications at a much faster pace. We would be able to scale much easier. It’s not easy but that is exactly why Bit Harmony was built. So let’s start building our components in Harmony.

Debbie O'Brien - Head Developer Advocate at Bit, (bit.dev)

Lessons learned from building customizable UI library

TBA

Filip Rakowski - Co-founder & CTO at Vue Storefront

Q&A

Whenever you have any questions about Storyblok or face other obstacles while implementing a new project there is a great place to find help. Our Discord community is a welcoming place where you can find people that will try to help.

Join here