Issue 110 - Complete Guide to using MetaObjects in Shopify
Product tours, highlights, contextual help and more.
- UI for your AI | LangUI
LangUI is an Open Source Tailwind library with free to use components tailored for your AI and GPT projects. Focus on building the next best project and let it handle the UI.
- The Engineer’s Guide to Career Growth — Advice from My Time at Stripe and Facebook | First Round Review
Taking a front-row seat on two very different startup rides left her with a clear takeaway. “Personal growth is compounded by company growth. At Facebook, I focused on learning as much as I could from the experienced leaders who were joining as we grew. At Stripe, I was one of those leaders, tasked with figuring it out and teaching others,” Yung says. “I had to learn from piloting new internal programs, reaching out to peers and former managers for advice, and seeking out coaching and training.”
- How to simplify writing an input query for Shopify Functions - YouTube
In this quick tutorial video, we show how to improve the process of writing a GraphQL input query for Shopify Functions using the VSCode GraphQL extension.
- Troubleshooting your Shopify function in production
Some good adviceon how to enable production debugging for your Shopify functions.
- How to Create an Index List for Metaobject Pages (2023)
These new page types make it easier for merchants to surface metaobject data on their online store, and quickly build landing pages for metaobjects, like store location pages, brand profiles, and more, that follow a consistent structure.
- Complete Guide to using MetaObjects in Shopify (WIP)
MetaObjects are in essence a group of Metafields. Metafields are different kinds of extra content that can be added to a shop. For example metafields could be a string or a product or an image. The MetaObject could be those 3 Metafields grouped together.
- Quantity Bundles aka “Multipacks” just got a lot easier - Shopify Bundles (free)
I've spoken about the Shopify bundles app before when it was just released as a way to group different products. I think what many people don't realize is that you can create a bundle of one product as an easy way for you to do quantity discounts.