Connecting Strapi to Shopify for Effortless eCommerce
In this video, we will learn how to connect your therapy application with Shopify. If you want to manage all your selling and stock with Shopify and fetch your project data from Strappy, we will show you how to connect these two tools. Let's get started!
- The video will demonstrate how to connect your therapy application with Shopify.
- It will show how to manage selling and stock with Shopify and fetch project data from Strappy.
- The video will provide a step-by-step guide on how to connect these two tools.
1. Create a Strappy application with a quick start option.
2. Create product content types in Strappy using content builder.
3. Create a new project content type with a name, description, and picture.
4. Create a new field for the project type with a text shop.
5. Create a project in products with all the necessary details.
6. Install the Strappy and Shopify module to connect both tools.
7. Create a new private app in Shopify.
8. Copy and paste the code from Shopify into the module code.
9. Update the final function in the API project controllers.
10. Fetch the product information from Shopify using the product ID.
11. Use the ID to link your selling process to Shopify.
By following these steps, you can connect your therapy application with Shopify and manage selling and stock with ease. Strappy and Shopify provide the necessary tools to create a seamless link between your website and your selling process. With this tutorial, you can create a custom field and update your website's content without affecting your Shopify ID. We hope this tutorial was helpful, and we'll see you in the next video!
Strapi vs. Contentful vs. Sanity Headless CMS | The Compared EP 1
In this article, we will compare different headless CMS options and focus on the pros and cons of Strappy, Contentful, and Sanity CMS. We assume that readers are familiar with the concept of headless CMS and are looking to choose the right option for their needs.
- Open source with full control over customization
- Lots of built-in integrations and a plug-in marketplace
- Quick start template available for easy setup
- Longer setup time as it requires hosting your own server
- No cloud hosting option available yet (as of May 2022)
- Components need to be created for enumerated fields
- Completely cloud-hosted and easy to set up
- Wide variety of fields and a simple user interface
- Offers amazing media management and height and width API
- Limited database and performance customization
- No database editing capabilities
- Initial setup can be confusing, and the documentation is complex
- Accessible through your own domain, like an admin interface
- Image compression and editing capabilities
- Familiar user interface with customizable options
- Minor setup required
- Uses Grok out of the box, requiring a plugin for GraphQL
- No database customization options
Choosing the right CMS depends on factors like customization, setup time, and pricing. Strappy offers the most customization, but requires longer setup time, while Contentful is the easiest to set up with limited customization options. Sanity falls in between with customizable options on the website, while all three offer a free tier. Ultimately, the choice depends on individual needs and preferences.
Understanding the Shopify API
- Importance of understanding application program interfaces (APIs)
- Discussion of different countries (Japan, Costa Rica, Mexico, Russia)
- Explanation of APIs and their use in practical world scenarios
- Importance of order systems in managing businesses
- Role of communication systems in connecting with customers and managing operations
- Example of using APIs to integrate different apps and services
- Use of APIs to create shopping experiences and generate traffic
- Integration of APIs in game development and in-game purchases
- Overview of ecommerce engines and market opportunities
- Importance of understanding APIs for businesses and developers
- Tips and resources for getting started with APIs and building applications using them.
Launching Medusa : The open source Shopify alternative
Yes, it is definitely possible to implement store credits against returns and exchanges in Medusa with some custom development work. The architecture of Medusa's APIs and events allows for flexibility and extensibility, making it easy to hook into different points in the process and customize functionality. However, this feature is not available out of the box and would require additional development effort.
Building a JAMstack shop with Strapi 4, Nuxt 3, Snipcart - part 1
- Gemma from Pixelhop, a developer, presents a tutorial on building a shop using Nux 3, Strappy 4, and Snipcart.
- The shop is for demonstration purposes and includes fun candle names such as Get Rich Wick and Fancy a Wiki.
- Gemma will go through the process of building the shop in blog posts and videos.
1. Create a directory and set up Strappy 4.
- Use the beta version and name the project backend.
2. Create a product type using the content type builder.
- Add fields for title, description, and price.
3. Add content to the shop using the created product type.
- Include candle names and images.
4. Make the data public for the candles in settings.
5. Set up Nux 3 and install Tailwind for styling.
6. Add brand colors and fonts to the Tailwind config file.
7. Fetch the real data from Strappy using one line of code.
8. Display the data using a loop in the app view file.
- Include the title, description, and a link to the product itself.
- Gemma will continue building the shop in upcoming blog posts and videos.
- Viewers can contact her for more information or assistance.
The state of modern e-commerce
The State of Modern E-Commerce
Music, please! Let's welcome Franz Wenada, the CEO of Snip Cart, with his talk on the state of modern e-commerce. Let's drop some
Creating a Next.js E-Commerce app with strapi | Strapi Tutorial #4
In this article, we will be discussing the benefits of using NEXT.js in building powerful applications and how it can make the frontend development process easier. We will also explore how to configure NEXT.js with Tailwind CSS to make the frontend look better. Our focus will be on using Strapi to handle the backend APIs, so we can focus on the frontend.
1. Create a NEXT.js application using yarn create next app.
2. Structure the application and create a frontend folder.
3. Install Tailwind CSS using yarn add tailwindcss.
4. Configure Tailwind CSS with NEXT.js by adding the required code to tailwind.config.js and global CSS.
5. Use a component from Tailwind CSS website as a header for the application.
6. Create custom components for the navbar and add it to every page.
7. Use NEXT.js's file-based routing to create pages for the application.
8. Wrap the links in the navbar with the NEXT.js Link component.
9. Ensure the navbar appears on every page by moving it to a higher-level component.
10. Make minor adjustments to the styling of the navbar and login button.
11. Configure the Link component to navigate to the desired page on clicking a link.
12. Test the application on desktop and mobile devices to ensure responsiveness.
Using NEXT.js with Strapi and Tailwind CSS can make the frontend development process easier and more efficient. It allows developers to focus on the frontend without worrying about the backend APIs. By following the steps mentioned above, developers can create a powerful and responsive application in a short amount of time.
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