cleverbridge offers numerous storefront UI features that you can integrate with your front-end and applications, including:
Catalogs and product UIs display tailored information about your product line to a customer. Every cleverbridge-hosted catalog and product page has an individual URL that adjusts based on the customer’s IP address and language settings. As a result, you can choose to display specific products and prices to a customer located in specific regions. You can also determine the look and feel of the catalog or product page by including a banner, product images, and descriptions.
For more information about catalogs and product UIs, see Using the cleverbridge Product Catalog instead of Your Product Pages.
Checkout and sign-up UIs enable customers to purchase or sign up for your products using a PCI-compliant flow. Depending on your business needs and legal requirements, these UIs could include a variety of features or pages, such as a shopping cart, checkout page, review pageThe review page contains summary information about the purchase a customer is about to make., confirmation pageThe confirmation page is displayed after a customer makes a purchase. The confirmation page contains the order confirmation and delivery information., order-related documents, and any other cleverbridge-hosted or client-branded features.
Contains shopping cart items, customer data, and payment options. The checkout information can be on one web page or split into two or more pages.
Contains information such as products, pricing, quantity, tax, product information, and so on. Customers can change the quantity of products or remove products from the shopping cart with this component.
Contains summary information before the customer makes the purchase. The customer can review the information and make changes, if necessary.
Contains order confirmation and delivery information after the customer makes the purchase. Customers can download more specific information about the order or the delivery instructions.
For more information about checkout and sign-up UIs, see Checkout Process Guide.
Self-service UIs enable customers to manage their subscriptions themselves. These UIs can include a variety of options, such as to upgrade, downgrade, add items, change payment details, renew subscriptions, turn off automatic renewal, and update contact information.
For more information about customer self-service UIs, see Offering Self-Service Solutions to Subscription Customers.
As a developer, there are three methods you can use to integrate features. The following table provides an overview of these different integration methods, as well as links to get more information.
|Full Page Integration||
You and your partners/affiliates can easily integrate the UI into your front-end using links.
You can offer a seamless experience on your website with a pop-up frame. No redirects to other websites occur.
|Embedded Integration||You can offer a seamless experience on your website with an embedded frame. No redirects to other websites occur.||Example Embedded|
Customers can make transactions from within your desktop application. As with the pop-up integration, the process is frictionless.