Fynd Platform supports multiple themes which you can use to customize the appearance of your website and mobile app.
The training on e-commerce website development using the Fynd platform includes an introduction to functional programming, theme editing, creating sections and system pages, and custom templates. Assignments are given at the end of each week to provide practical experience in creating a functional e-commerce website using the Fynd platform
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Week 1 of this syllabus includes an introduction to functional programming and a deep dive into functional programming related to storefront setup, covering navigation, collections, products, blogs, the Fynd platform panel view of themes, hands-on experience with the Fynd platform theme editor, and the FDK CLI's basic structure and file/template workings, with the assignment being to create a website using the Astra theme and begin development and serve the theme locally.
In week 2 of this syllabus, we will cover the basics of creating sections for your e-commerce website, including how to add a hero image, create a featured collection, and add media with text. The assignment for this week will be to create one static section, an image gallery, and one FDK powered section, a collection listing. We will also cover the importance of the header and footer sections, and provide an overview of navigations. Additionally, we will guide you through the process of adding navigations in your theme, and provide an assignment for creating the header and footer sections.
In week 3 of this syllabus, we will provide an overview of the various pages that make up an e-commerce website, apart from the home page. We will guide you through the process of creating a product description page, a product listing page, a collections page, and a wishlist page. The assignment for this week will be to create system pages, such as the login page, the account page, and the cart page. These pages are crucial for any e-commerce website and will enhance the user experience. By the end of the week, you will have gained an understanding of the different types of pages required for a functional e-commerce website and will have hands-on experience creating them.
Week 4 covers creating custom login/registration pages, section pages, custom templates, and a final assignment involving creating a theme throughout the training program using a Figma file.