Is it possible to use the ReactionCommerce Storefront (https://github.com/reactioncommerce/reaction-next-starterkit) with a different ecommerce backend by integrating the ReactionCommerce frontend to the APIs of ecommerce software such as BigCommerce, Magento, Shopify or Woocommerce?
If so, what would be the integration effort required to do so?
As an alternative, is it possible to switch out the backend database of the GraphQL API to something like MongoDB or PostgreSQL? If so, what would be the ballpark amount of effort to make this switch?
The purpose of this is to have a “faster” backend while ReactionCommerce increases its performance. When I clicked on the “showcase” sites, each site seemed to take several seconds to load.
The ReactionCommerce frontend looks great and seems to have a very well-documented style guide. It’s why I’m interested in using this.