Every VTEX store uses the
orderForm object to record and fetch data from a user's order, including each item added to the cart.
In order to give store page blocks access to information stored on any VTEX
orderForm and thereby be able to render it, Store Framework always worked with an
OrderFormProvider in each store page that, behind the scenes, exports user data to every Store Framework block.
Through our constant effort of building the store Checkout using the VTEX IO Store Framework, a new
OrderFormProvider was created, making the former a legacy.
OrderFormProvider v2 is already used by
checkout-cart and it will be used by any native block that will be developed in Store Framework from now on. However, important native blocks that are older, such as the
buy-button, still consume
orderForm data that was exported by the legacy
To make sure backward-compatibility is reinforced in Store Framework, both
OrderFormProviders, the legacy and the new one, remain on store pages, exporting
OrderForm data to their respective blocks.
This comes with a performance cost since it means every store is now fetching two different
orderForms to use in each of the
OrderFormProviders working behind the scenes.
To avoid this unnecessary overhead, it is possible to disable the legacy
OrderFormProvider and allow your store to only use the newer one. Enabling this should result in a smoother navigation experience for your users.
orderFormProviderto properly function. In case your store already uses the
add-to-cart-buttonblocks, and there are no custom blocks that depend on the legacy provider, there should be no issues regarding the optimization.
Find out how to enable the Order Form optimization in the steps below.
- In the desired account's admin, access CMS and select the Store.
- In the Advanced tab, toggle the Enable orderForm optimization button.
- Save your changes.
Updated 7 days ago