If you buy the FluxStore Shopify app, please follow the steps below. If not buy it, please skip.

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REFERENCE LINKS:
Required Framework Shopify
Compatible Templates Any shopify templates
Demo app Appstore, Google Play
Documents Medium Blog, Youtube
Demo or more info Fluxstore Shopify

1. Getting started

Please make sure you have finished the Getting Started guide before go to next section.

When installing, if you get issue, please go to Common Questions or Common Issues to find the solutions.

2. Install the Fluxstore Shopify app

Video guide:

Manual Document:

After download and unzip the source code package, you works with **the project folder source **. Edit the file: lib/common/config.dart file

const serverConfig = {
  "type": "shopify",
  "url": "https://flutter-mstore.myshopify.com",
  "accessToken": "442d582061cc4e16eba32139c2120800",
  "blog": "http://demo.mstore.io", 
};
  • URL: is the URL of your shopify store
  • url: the graphQL URL of your store, the common format is your-domain/api/graphql
  • accessToken: The store front access key, you can refer to this document to get the ID: https://help.shopify.com/en/api/custom-storefronts/storefront-api/getting-started

    • From your Shopify admin, select Apps.
    • Click Manage private apps.
    • Click Create new private app.
    • Fill out the details of your private app.
    • In the Storefront API section, be sure to select Allow this app to access your storefront data using the Storefront API.
    • Click Save.
  • blog: is your Wordpress blog URL, if you are not use the blog feature from Wordpress, this link could be set as blank.

shopify-key

3. Next step

After integrating with your website successfully, you can customize your app as below. If no need, just skip them and go to publish.

Design:

Features:

Publish to App store or Google play: change app icon, name, bundle ID, delivery.

Note: