B2C / B2B vs Suite

Hey Guys,

Some month ago we started our project based on the suite repository and had a little break until now.
Now there is a B2C and a B2B repository. Suite repository still exists and is getting commits/merges, but is not mentioned anymore in the academy.

What’s the difference between B2B/B2C and the Suite repository? Will it still be maintained?

Thanks a lot.

Hi Nicolai,

We recently changed our release process and now support scheduled releases (every several months). This is not instead of but in addition to our atomic daily releases. The repository that you are working on is the Spryker Commerce OS (SCOS) project repository, here we release new code as soon as it is ready.

The B2B and B2C Demo Shop repositories include specific implementations for these verticals and a feature set that we believe is best suitable for each vertical. The release process for them is more rigid and among other advantages, all features are documented.

The SCOS Project repo is perfect for complex business models with mixed feature sets (e.g. B2B/B2C contexts in a single shop application) or when you want to keep track of daily feature releases.

You can continue working on this repository, or replace your module dependencies to feature dependencies if you want to follow our new release process. Our new documentation (documentation.spryker.com) is structured as a feature-centric space, where each feature can be independently integrated into any project.

If you have any further questions, please contact Christian von Schassen christian.vonschassen@spryker.com and we can set up a call to answer any specific questions you may have.

With best regards,

The Forum Team

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