Welcome to Swift!

Dynamicweb Swift is a plug-and-play standard solution which allows you to create beautiful mobile-friendly websites. It is fast and easy to build ecommerce sites on Dynamicweb for both B2C and B2B using configuration and almost no coding.

  • Mobile first πŸ“±, responsive, scaleable and content resilient rendering ensures a painless mobile experience
  • Lighthouse 95+ points πŸ’― performance optimized implementation to help with customer retention
  • SEO πŸ“ is built-in using content and product data
  • Build designed pages πŸŽ¨ using visual drag and drop to create your content
  • Web Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) πŸ† Level AA compliance, making your web content more accessible
  • World Wide Web (W3C) πŸŒ validated following website formatting standards

On this portal you can learn more about:

  • Setup Project
    Learn how to set up a new project on Swift.
  • Create Content
    Are you a content creator? This section contains an introduction to creating content on Swift as well as guides to common scenarios encountered as an editor.
  • Customization
    Looking to do something on a Swift solution which is not supported out of the box? This is where to look.
  • SEO
    Thinking about Swift & SEO? Go here for tips & information!
  • Going Live
    Before you go live with a project you should consider visiting this section, which contains both need-to and nice-to tasks related to launch.

Like other β€˜pre-packaged’ solutions, a Swift-solution consists of three things:

  • files-folder with design files, images, and other static resources (css, js, etc.)
  • database with example data – pages, products, users, etc.
  • A Demo Product Image folder - with images of the products displayed in Swift

The basic installation procedure may also be familiar:

  1. Prepare the hosting environment
  2. Install a Dynamicweb application
  3. Download the Swift Files-folder and database
  4. Follow the guide to installing a pre-existing solution
  5. Download the Swift Demo Product Image folder and insert the folder here Swift/Files/Files/Images/Products

If you're a tinkerer and prefer using GitHub see here.