Next.js Commerce Template
Effortlessly build fast Next.js ecommerce sites
Packed with features for your Next.js ecommerce project
Full ecommerce support
Effortlessly manage products, inventory, orders, customers, currencies, sales channels, and more with Medusa.
Up to date with the latest Next.js version, benefiting from new features, enhancements, and security patches.
Full support of Next.js App Router, the new paradigm for building applications using React's latest features.
Medusa's open architecture is easily extended and customized to your specific business needs.
Personalize experiences with easy-to-use customer account features for order tracking and profile management.
Checkout with PayPal and Stripe
Built-in support for PayPal and Stripe for smooth and secure transactions. More providers available with plugins.
What is Medusa?
Medusa is a set of open-source Node.js packages with core commerce logic for carts, products, orders, and more. Combined, the packages provide a digital commerce SDK. Unlike traditional ecommerce platforms, Medusa is easily extended and customized when needed.
Is Next.js good for ecommerce?
Certainly! Next.js is well-suited for ecommerce thanks to its performance and SEO advantages. Combined with Medusa, using our Next.js Commerce Template, you're ready to start building online stores that can be easily customized.
Who is this Next.js ecommerce starter for?
This Next.js Commerce Template is for devs of all experience levels who want a head start for their Next.js ecommerce project. It has all the essential ecommerce building blocks out of the box, so you can start working on the fun stuff right away.
Is this a Next.js storefront only?
The Next.js Commerce Template provides a Next.js storefront connected to our Medusa backend modules that handle ecommerce logic such as carts, customers, products, and more. The Next.js Commerce Template works with new and existing Medusa backends.
Short answer: it probably does. We have +100 plugins ready to use, both official and community maintained. If it doesn't work with your stack out of the box, it should be fairly easy to extend Medusa's functionality yourself due to our open architecture.