New Prestashop theme framework
Prestashop is a very well-known Framework in the E-commerce platform.
A billion users use this framework for his store
when you download the Prestashop package it gives a free Prestashop theme with the setup with many features Any PrestaShop module, installed on an online shop for the display and manage the data and flow, can interact with one or more “hooks”. Hooks enable you to attach your code at the time of the code parsing (i.e., when displaying the cart or the product sheet and when displaying the current stock, etc.).
Actually, a hook is nothing but its display your data for the front side Prestashop is an open-source framework so you can build premium website templates from your store.
Prestashop Gives a bootstrap responsive template making facility inside the packages. you need to just add plugins for the bootstrap and jquery.and make your own bootstrap templates for the website.
Many sites give free Prestashop themes for the starter theme with basic features. Now I show you the main difference between Prestashop version 1.6 and version 1.7.
Main differences between 1.6 and 1.7 modules:
Prestashop version 1.7 is very easy to develop a module and also the theme code. because it provides a friendly environment for starters.Prestashop 1.7 is much better then Prestashop 1.6.
The major module development changes in PrestaShop version 1.7 are explained in detail in this create a blog and are integrated into this updated documentation for all Prestashop versions. If you know how to create a module and theme with PS 1.7, we strongly advise you to read that blog from top to bottom in order to get up to speed with 1.7 and start the development.
Prestashop Contain many web pages templates.connect each other and build one template.template is nothing but a chain of the web pages templates and connect each other and build premium website templates with a bootstrap responsive template.
For security reasons, during validation, we do not accept any call to another website/API in order to retrieve code that will later be executed on the server or client.