What is Shopify?
Who uses Shopify?
Here are some stack decisions, common use cases and reviews by companies and developers who chose Shopify in their tech stack.
I have a client who has multiple eCommerce sites on Shopify, and doesn't want to leave Shopify but wants a web-design overhaul. Can I use Webflow to design the site and Shopify to host? Are these platforms compatible? Or other good advice for a user-friendly yet detailed page builder to be used with Shopify, not loving Shogun.
Hey StackShare community,
Now I want to shift my career and I want to choose to learn between two paths. First path - learning of blockchain to be a blockchain developer. The second path is the Shopify platform. So any advice to consider which path.
We sell a high-touch, high ASP product (caskets) and have scaled to where we're adding several more customer service agents to our company. Customers often call or chat with us multiple times prior to the purchase and post-purchase, as these are emotional, time-sensitive purchases. Nearly every customer contacts us pre-purchase. We are a Shopify shop. Customer service is our brand.
We need a solution that allows whoever picks up the chat or phone to quickly see the history of that customer, their request, notes, and the status of their order. We need a powerful chat tool that can enable immediate engagement, have some basic automation, and allows users to drop in.
Finally, we also have some B2B customers (funeral homes) and expect this part of our business to grow significantly in 2021.
For learning purposes, I am trying to design a dashboard that displays the total revenue from all connected webshops/marketplaces, displaying incoming orders, total orders, etc.
So I will need to get the data (using Node backend) from the Shopify and marketplace APIs, storing this in the database, and get the data from the back end.
My question is:
What kind of database should I use? Is MongoDB fine for storing this kind of data? Or should I go with a SQL database?
Hi there, I am trying to figure out if it's worth creating a Braintree account to do subscription billing in my Shopify store. The goal is to have as little custom code as possible for the store but be able to do subscription billing services, we already have a PayPal business account, but from the looks of it, we can't use PayWhirl directly with Paypal.
- Choose from 100+ professional themes
- Customize the look of your online store
- Start accepting orders in minutes
- A fully-featured website CMS
- Detailed customer profiles
- A complete blogging platform
- Extend the functionality of your storefront
- Customer accounts
- Create customer groups
- Over 70 payment gateways
- Painless customer checkout
- Free SSL certificate
- Multiple languages, taxes and currencies
- Automatic carrier shipping rates
- Certified PCI compliant
- Fixed-price or weight-based shipping rates
- Unlimited bandwidth
- Blazing fast servers
- 99.94% uptime
- Hassle-free set up
- Level 1 PCI compliant
- Your own domain name
- Search engine optimization
- Discount code & coupon engine
- Social network integration
- Targeted email marketing
- Free advertising credits
- Advanced store statistics
- Beautiful, responsive mobile themes
- Manage your store on-the-go