- GDPR requirements
- Migrating to support multiple locations
- Smart collection migration guide
- Build a sales channel
- App proxies
- Checkout API
- Managing fulfillments
- Modifying the Online Store
- The impact of ITP 2.0
- Updating inventory
- Marketing Events API
- Analytics API
- Using the API console
- Updating SEO data
- Build a payment gateway
- Using Postman
- Supporting multiple currencies
- Supporting product cost
These guides aim to help you get the most from your experience developing on Shopify's API.
Application Proxies – An application proxy is a feature that fetches and displays data on a Shopify shop page from an outside location that you, the developer, specify.
Checkout API – Learn how to use our Checkout API to create orders programmatically in your Sales Chanel SDK app.
Marketing Events API - Create marketing events for your app, to help merchants market products, collections, discounts, and more. Also, create engagements to report on customer engagement with your marketing events.
Analytics API – Use Shopify Query Language to build strong analytics apps for single merchants or the app store.
Using the API console - Use the Shopify API console to interact with the API without running a full Rails app or making HTTP requests with curl.
Updating SEO data - Use metafields to update the search engine listing of an object, or to hide an object from search engines and sitemaps.
Using Postman - Send HTTP requests to Shopify API endpoints with Postman.
Shopify Scripts API SHOPIFY PLUS – Scripts and the Script Editor let you create scripts that are run each time a customer adds items to their cart. Create discounts for products with specific tags or run special promotions like "buy 2, get 1 free."