Amazon Pay gives Amazon customers a secure, trusted, and convenient way to log in and pay for their purchases on any store. Shoppers use Amazon Pay to share their profile information (name and email address) and access the shipping and payment information stored in their Amazon accounts to complete their purchases.
Commerce 2.0 is the result of a two and a half year development process. It removes the need for over half of the most popular Commerce 1.x contrib modules, mainly through better architecture and a better understanding of needed features. What did we learn along the way?
We all know Drupal Commerce is more than just a single project on drupal.org. There are hundreds of contributed modules available that add broadly used but non-core feature sets (shipping, subscription management, etc.), one-off features (wish lists, reordering, etc.), and integrations to third party services. These contributions represent a key strength of the platform overall, but they are also difficult to track, analyze, and communicate for agencies pitching Drupal Commerce who don't have full time resources dedicated to building it.
Drupal Commerce 2.x for Drupal 8 entered its beta phase in September 2016 and is rapidly advancing toward a full release thanks to contributors from around the world. In this session we present the project's history, architecture, and features, highlighting the changes that have made this version even more productive for building online stores.