Microservice architecture, design tokens, integration with Mulesoft and Salesforce
Microservice architecture, Gatsby, React
A flexible blueprint for all brands by starting with one: Raleigh
With a microservice architecture and the use of Gatsby, Storyblok and Algolia, amongst others, Oberon and Raleigh have created a blueprint for all other brands of the Accell Group.
The architecture enables Accell to allow other channels to use existing and new data, and services in addition to their website. This offers unprecedented flexibility thanks to a complete decoupling of systems and an integration with Mulesoft and Salesforce.
In the future, apps, shopping displays or other channels can be connected directly. In addition, we keep the design and branding in line by using design tokens.
Efficient 'in style' development with design tokens
Design tokens allow the designer to make changes to the design via JSON files. A digital version of your style guide with typography and the use of colour and space in one place. With all the necessities in one place, you can roll out changes fast and efficiently without losing your design style. Flexible and recognisable!
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