🎉 We've created 2 new video tutorial series
One is about integrating React directly into your Shopify theme.
The other is about creating a full Shopify app with Polaris React components.
Check them out here
With a lot of us practicing social distancing and self-quarantine we wanted to put out our video courses for free. For us, learning something new can provide a bit of respite from a racing mind. If this is true for you too, please dive in!
If you feel you can afford to, please consider donating any portion of the cost of this course to a local charity or purchase a gift certificate to a small business. A lot of folks will feel both the physical and financial burden of this pandemic and seemingly small contributions when multiplied go a long way.
Shopify App and Theme Development tutorials for those who are familiar with code and want to dive into Shopify.roadmap
In this post we are going to go over how you can implement filtering using Ajax. We will filter on product tags, but the same principles can apply to different criteria.read more
Arguably one of the most important aspects of any Shopify store is the product photography. Having the best images you can for your product is a great way to market a product. That's why it's really exciting that Shopify has added new options for the img_url filter!read more
Storing data coming in from your Shopify store in your template can help with optimization. You may also want to store values so that you can manipulate and re-use them later. Whatever the use case may be, the ability to store information in an array using liquid is a good arsenal to have in your Shopify Dev Toolkit.read more
Shopify has a wonderful solution whether you are just starting or looking to optimize your development flow to allow you to develop locally with ease: enter Theme Kit 🙌read more
If you have played around with metafield editor extensions, explored shortcodes, and created content editing Shopify apps you may be a part of a group wondering - how can you give the shop owner more control over shop customization and still maintain an intuitive admin system. We've got one word for you: Sections.read more
We are going to be using gulp to do a couple of different things: compile our scss, autoprefix any properties that need it, rename our compiled scss file to styles.scss.liquid, and allow for addition of Liquid tags in our partialsread more
Now that you’re all set up to code Shopify you may be happy to know that you can write in scss and there’s a precompiler already built in! You may be sad to find out that Shopify only supports having 1 scss file (styles.scss) and that you can’t take advantage of breaking your code out into partials for organization. This is where compass comes in to save the day.read more
Things at Shopify are always developing quickly and one of the latest developments is a command line tool to help theme developers develop quickly as well (😉), Slate.read more