Shopify Developers Talking Shopify Development
121 - Use AI to create upsell offers based on purchased items
- Build a Shopify post-purchase app that uses OpenAI to create upsell offers based on purchased items
Riley builds a Shopify post-purchase upsell application that uses OpenAI to generate vector embeddings and dynamically offer product upsells based on the purchased items in the buyer's cart.
- The Secrets of a Shopify Plus Partner - Exclusive Interview with a Shopify Plus Agency Owner
What does it mean to be a Certified Shopify Plus Partner and how can you become one? In this Episode we're interviewing Nic Dunn, who runs his own Shopify Plus Agency in London.
Coding with Jan
- Use GraphiQL From Shopify CLI For App Development
In this video we'll see how to use GraphiQL from the Shopify CLI for app development. This feature was introduced in version 3.53 of Shopify CLI and thanks to it we no longer need to install GraphiQL in our store to run setup queries for the Apps, Extensions and Functions we create.
- You can spin up the GraphiQL instance for the Admin API directly from your app
You can spin up the GraphiQL instance for the Admin API directly from your app when you run `shopify app dev`. This means the process of writing your GraphQL queries is even more convenient.
Harshdeep Singh Hura
- Shopify Liquid: 9 Things that have changed in the last 5 years
To celebrate the new year and the release of my Shopify liquid module on Shopify themed developer.com let's talk about nine of the newer features to Shopify liquid since I started this channel in 2019
Code with Chris
- Discount apps
Discount apps integrate with the Shopify admin to provide discount types for app users. This guide introduces the ways that you can extend your app code into Shopify checkout and customize the discount experience.
- Conversation on handling the 2000 variant limit with webhooks (Twitter)
If GraphQL API is the future of Shopify app development, why do we still receive REST payload in webhooks?
- Developer Spotlight: How Checkout Blocks Scaled to Success with Shopify’s Platform (2024)
From the get go, Checkout Blocks leveraged Checkout Extensibility and its suite of APIs, UI components, and branding capabilities to allow merchants to make no-code customizations like upsells and custom content in their checkout. As it grew in popularity to serve more merchants around the world, Gil then looked to metaobjects to manage custom data