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README.md

Shopify API access for Meteor.

Simple, Convenient, Synchronous

// Server
var api = new Shopify.API({
    shop: "your-shop",
    access_token: "Your access token"
});

var orderCount = api.countOrders(); // => 1022

var recentOpenOrders = api.getOrders();
console.log(recentOpenOrders.length); // => 250
console.log(recentOpenOrders[0]); // => { name: "#2022", ... }

// Combine countOrders and getOrders:
var allOpenOrders = api.getAllOrders({ status: "any" });
console.log(allOpenOrders.length); // => 1022

var order102420 = api.getOrder({ id: 102420 });
console.log(order102420); // => { name: "#2022", ... }

Public & Private Apps

This package supports both Public and Private Apps.

Private Apps

If you just want to access your own shop's data, then it's easiest to make a Private App. Login to your Shopify Partner account and create it, and take note of your api_key and password.

// Private App API access (server)
ShopifyAPI = new Shopify.API({
    shop: "your-shop",
    api_key: "Your API Key",
    password: "Your API Password"
});

Public Apps

If you need to access multiple shops, then you need a Public App. The first time a user uses your app, they will need to authenticate with OAuth 2. But the access code returned from Shopify can be turned into a permanent access_token. Login to your Shopify Partner account and create your Public App, and take note of your api_key and secret. You will also need to whitelist whichever redirect_uri you choose to use (App -> Your App -> Edit app settings -> Redirect URL). If you use the Shopify.PublicAppOAuthAuthenticator, then whitelist localhost:3000/__shopify-auth (with 2 underscores). And be sure to replace the localhost:3000 when you go into production!

// First-time Public App API access

// On the server (since you don't want to expose your secret to the client)
Shopify.addKeyset("default", {
    api_key: "Your API Key",
    secret: "Your API Shared Secret",
});

// On the client
var authenticator = new Shopify.PublicAppOAuthAuthenticator({
    shop: "your-shop",
    api_key: "Your API Key",
    keyset: "default",
    scopes: "all",

    // Once the login succeeds and a permanent access token is acquired, store
    // it in the user's profile for future use.
    onAuth: function(accessToken) {
        Meteor.users.update(Meteor.userId(), {
            $set: { "profile.shopifyAccessToken": access_token }
        });
    }
});

authenticator.openAuthTab();

NOTE: in the above scenario, the access_token is leaked to the client. If this is a concern to you, then:

// server/init.js
Shopify.harden(); // do not send accessToken to client
Shopify.onAuth(function(access_token, authConfig, userId) {
    // You can store the access_token in the user object for future use.  Don't
    // store it in the profile or it will leak to the client.
    Meteor.users.update(userId, {
        $set: {
            shop: authConfig.shop,
            access_token: access_token,
        },
    });
});

scopes (Public Apps only) tell Shopify what access your app needs. The user will be prompted to grant access to the scopes your App requests when he/she navigates to authURL. The default is "all", but a comma separated string like "read_orders,read_products" should be given to the authenticator if you know you don't need access to everything. The supported scopes are:

  • "read_content"
  • "write_content"
  • "read_themes"
  • "write_themes"
  • "read_products"
  • "write_products"
  • "read_customers"
  • "write_customers"
  • "read_orders"
  • "write_orders"
  • "read_script_tags"
  • "write_script_tags"
  • "read_fulfillments"
  • "write_fulfillments"
  • "read_shipping"
  • "write_shipping"

See below for more OAuth options, like if you want to authenticate in an iframe or with your own UI.

Signature verification

As of 1.6.0, if you use Shopify.PublicAppOAuthAuthenticator, then the hmac sent by Shopify is verified during auth. This uses the shared secret stored in your keyset.

If the signature is invalid, an error message is shown: Shopify Auth failed because of invalid signature/shared secret.

This behavior can be disabled by calling Shopify.ignoreHMACs().

// Second-time Public App API access

// On the server or client.
var = new Shopify.API({
    shop: "your-shop",
    access_token: "Your access token"
});

You can also use a keyset if you don't want the client to see the access_token. In this case, be sure to call Shopify.harden() so that the client will not receive access_token as an onAuth parameter in PublicAppOAuthAuthenticator.

// On the server, e.g. server/init.js
Shopify.harden();

// On the client
var authenticator = new Shopify.PublicAppOAuthAuthenticator({
    ...
    onAuth: function(err, access_token) {
        console.assert(typeof access_token === "undefined");
    },
});

Instead you can save access_token and create a keyset using a global onAuth handler:

Shopify.onAuth(function(access_token, authenticatorConfig, userId) {
    ShopifyCredentials.upsert(userId, {
        shop: authenticatorConfig.shop,
        api_key: authenticatorConfig.api_key,
        access_token: access_token,
    });
});

Keysets

You don't want to expose your secret (Public Apps), or password (Private Apps) to the client. Therefore, use a keyset instead.

// Server
Meteor.startup(function() {
    // For Public Apps
    Shopify.addKeyset("default", {
        api_key: "Your API Key",
        secret: "Your API Shared Secret"
    });

    // Or for Private Apps
    Shopify.addKeyset("default", {
        api_key: "Your API Key",
        password: "Your API Password"
    });

    // Or for Public Apps when the user has logged in
    Shopify.addKeyset("default", {
        access_token: "This shop's OAuth permanent access token"
    });
});

// Client (or Server)
var api = new Shopify.API({
    shop: "your-store",
    keyset: "default"
});

You can also delete a keyset when you're done with it:

// Server
Shopify.removeKeyset("default");

And you can check if a keyset exists by name:

// Server
Shopify.keysetExists(shopName); // => true or false

Insecure Client

If you are control of the browser environment, you can pass your api_key and password/secret in options, ignoring options.keyset. Be sure to set options.insecure to true, and use underscored method names like API._getOrders in order to make the calls via AJAX.

If you call non-underscored methods, like API.getOrders on the client, requests will be proxied through the server using the Meteor Method "froatsnook:shopify/call".

Embedded App SDK

Version 1.3.0 adds experimental Embedded App SDK support. The current workflow is:

  • Set embedded_app_sdk to true in your Shopify.PublicAppOAuthAuthenticator
  • Call Shopify.getEmbeddedAppAPI to load Shopify's ShopifyApp object
  • Initialize it by providing an api key and the store's domain
  • Make sure you've enabled embedded settings in your partner account (Apps -> Your App -> Edit app settings -> Embedded settings)
  • Make sure the redirect_uri you're using (defaults to Meteor.absoluteUrl("/__shopify-auth")) is set in your partner account (Apps -> Your App -> Edit app settings -> Redirection URL)
  • Do your thing

See an example here.

For a list of ShopifyApp methods, see Shopify's documentation here.

If you have problems, questions, or suggestions, please make an issue on github.

Shopify.getEmbeddedAppAPI

This function should be called on the client from within the iframe which is embedded in the store in order to retrieve the Embedded App SDK ShopifyApp object. You can use this object to show messages and do other Embedded App SDK stuff.

Shopify.getEmbeddedAppAPI(function(err, ShopifyApp) {
    if (err) {
        toastr.error("Failed to load ShopifyApp");
        return;
    }

    ShopifyApp.init({
        apiKey: "...",
        shopOrigin: "https://" + shop + ".myshopify.com"
    });

    ShopifyApp.flashNotice("It works");
});

Client and Server APIs

While the Server API is synchronous using Fibers, the client API is not. So each method needs an additional callback, with err and possible return value.

// Server
var count = api.countOrders();

// Client
api.countOrders(function(err, count) {
    ...
});

Instead of err, Errors are thrown on the server.

If you want to use the asynchronous API on the server, for example to share code between (an insecure) client and server, use underscored methods, like api._getOrders.

API Updates

If the Shopify API changes and something breaks, of course please create an issue. However, API.define and API.defineConcat are provided to hold you over.

Just call:

Shopify.API.define({
    "name": "getProductMetafieldByID",
    "method": "GET",
    "path": "/admin/products/#{productId}/metafields/#{id}.json",
    "returns": "metafield",
    "description": "Get a single product metafield by its ID"
});

to directly modify Shopify.API.prototype, adding the getProductMetafieldByID method (sync on server, async on client), as well as _getProductMetafieldByID (async on both). Since #{id} is in path, it will take a required param id. The optional returns indicates that Shopify returns json like { "metafield": { ... } } and getProductMetafieldByID should return the metafield of that object.

Sometimes Shopify specifies their API with two of the same params, such as GET /admin/orders/#{id}/transactions/#{id}.json. Be sure to rename one of these, like GET /admin/orders/#{orderId}/transactions/#{id}.json.

Defining getAllXYZ methods is possible in the same way using:

Shopify.API.defineConcat({
    "name": "getAllOrders",
    "count": "countOrders",
    "fetch": "getOrders"
});

Get All

The Shopify API limits some calls, such as getOrders, to 250 items. Get All methods are also defined for such methods in order to automate the work of counting the collection, fetching the pages individually, and then concatenating the results.

var allOpenOrders = api.getAllOrders();
var allOrders = api.getAllOrders({ status: "any" });

The currently available Get All methods are:

  • getAllOrders
  • getAllProducts
  • getAllCollects
  • getAllCustomers

Rate Limiting

This library does its best to not exceed the Shopify rate limit of one call each half second with bursts of up to 40 calls.

With each reply, Shopify returns a X-Shopify-Shopify header like "32/40". Once this reaches the api.config.backoff (default 35), API calls will be queued and fired each half second until again below the backoff limit.

Notes on OAuth

You may find the authentication process confusing. Sorry about that. We're trying to improve it!

Probably the easiest solution would have been an accounts-meteor package. But as far as I understand it, this precludes multiple shops per user. The current system is flexible, but it means you'll have some work to do in order to make things secure.

@dbnoble has provided these gists which might help you get on your feet:

Custom OAuth

PublicAppOAuthAuthenticator.openAuthTab is provided as the simplest way to do OAuth. However, you can also take control at various steps in the process if you want a more customized experience.

For new apps, you will need to whitelist the redirect_uri you're using. This defaults to Meteor.absoluteUrl("/__shopify-auth") if you're using the Shopify.PublicAppOAuthAuthenticator. The setting can be found in your partner account (Apps -> Your App -> Edit app settings -> Redirection URL).

All scenarios

// On the server (since you don't want clients to know your API Shared Secret).
Shopify.addKeyset("default", {
    api_key: "Your Shopify App's API Key",
    secret: "Your Shopify App's API Shared Secret"
});

Scenario 1: Automatic

     console.assert(Meteor.isClient);
     var authenticator = new Shopfiy.PublicAppOAuthAuthenticator({
         shop: "my-shop-40",
         api_key: "Your Shopify App's API Key",
         keyset: "default",
         scopes: "read_products,read_customers",
         onAuth: function(access_token) {
             Meteor.call("SaveShopifyCredentials", access_token);

             var api = new Shopify.API({ authenticator: authenticator });
             api.getProducts(function() { ... });
         }
     });

     // Open a new tab in the browser where the user can login with user name and password.  The user will then see the scopes that you requested and will be able to click an "Install App" button.  Shopify will redirect the tab back to this Meteor app, which will then exchange the given code for an access_token, and close the tab.
     authenticator.openAuthTab();

Scenario 2: iframe

     console.assert(Meteor.isClient);

     // Let the user install your app in an iframe instead of a new tab.
     var iframe = $("<iframe>");
     iframe.appendTo("body");

     var authenticator = new Shopify.PublicAppOAuthAuthenticator({
         shop: "my-shop-40",
         api_key: "Your Shopify App's API Key",
         keyset: "default",
         scopes: "read_products,read_customers",

         // Navigate iframe to a success message after authentication
         post_auth_uri: Meteor.absoluteUrl("shopify-login-success"),

         // After authentication, save the access_token, then remove the
         // iframe after 2 seconds.
         onAuth: function(access_token) {
             Meteor.call("SaveShopifyCredentials", access_token);

             Meteor.setTimeout(function() {
                 iframe.remove();
             }, 2000);

             var api = new Shopify.API({ authenticator: authenticator });
             api.getProducts(function() { ... });
         }
     });

     // Navigate the iframe to a Shopify page where the user can login with user name and password.  The user will then see the scopes that you requested and will be able to click an "Install App" button.  Shopify will redirect the tab back to this Meteor app, which will then exchange the given code for an access_token, and close the tab.
     iframe.attr("src", authenticator.authURL);

Scenario 3: direct navigation

     console.assert(Meteor.isClient);

     var authenticator = new Shopify.PublicAppOAuthAuthenticator({
         shop: "my-shop-40",
         api_key: "Your Shopify App's API Key",
         keyset: "default",
         scopes: "read_products,read_customers",

         // Logging in will redirect here.
         redirect_uri: Meteor.absoluteUrl("shopify-logging-in"),

         // Navigate iframe to a success message after authentication
         post_auth_uri: Meteor.absoluteUrl("shopify-login-success"),

         // This will be called after authenticator.getPermanentAccessToken
         // succeeds.
         onAuth: function(access_token) {
             Meteor.call("SaveShopifyCredentials", access_token);

             var api = new Shopify.API({ authenticator: authenticator });
             api.getProducts(function() { ... });
         }
     });

     // Start login by navigating.
     location.href = authenticator.auth_uri;

     // ... acquire code from redirect_uri using WebApp.connectHandlers.use or an iron:router route.

     // Upgrade code to permanent access_token
     authenticator.getPermanentAccessToken(code);

Testing

Tests can be run using:

meteor test-packages ./

This starts a Shopify API Simulator and runs tests, which can be checked at http://localhost:3000/.

API

Shopify.API constructor

Shopify API access objects can be created with new Shopify.API:

var api = new Shopify.API({
    shop: "test-shop-10",
    backoff: 38,
    insecure: true,
    additionalHeaders: { "X-DEV-MOOD": "Pensive" }
});

The available options are:

  • options.shop {String} The target shop name, like "my-store" in "my-store.my-shopify.com".
  • [options.keyset] {String} Name of keyset (which must be registered on the server via Shopify.addKeyset). A keyset can be used instead of providing api_key+password or api_key+secret or access_token.
  • [options.api_key] {String} Your App's API Key (Public and Private Apps). This can be provided on the server (instead of a keyset), and on the client if options.insecure is true.
  • [options.password] {String} Your App's API Password (Private Apps only). This can be provided on the server (instead of a keyset), and on the client if options.insecure is true.
  • [options.secret] {String} Your App's API Shared Secret (Public Apps only). This can be provided on the server (instead of a keyset), and on the client if options.insecure is true.
  • [options.access_token] {String} This shop's permanent access token acquired via OAuth2. This can be provided on the server (instead of a keyset), and on the client if options.insecure is true.
  • [options.backoff] {Number} (default=35) The number of requests in Shopify's call bucket before requests are enqueued and fired off every half second.
  • [options.insecure] {Boolean} (default=false) If true, then various security assertions and warnings will be ignored.
  • [options.additionalHeaders] {Object} (default={ }) Headers here will be sent with each call to Shopify (mainly for testing).
  • [options.debug] {Boolean} (default=false) If true, then some messages will be logged with console.log.

Shopify Endpoint functions

// Server
var count = api.countOrders(options);

// Client
api.countOrders(options, function(err, count) {
    ...
});

Each such function takes an optional parameter, options. See the Shopify API documentation for details on supported options and return types.

For requests that require a request body, such as POST /admin/metafields.json, you can specify the content or data properties. content is an arbitrary string, whereas data is an object (converted to JSON).

var res = api.createMetafield({
    data: {
        metafield: {
            namespace: "inventory",
            key: "warehouse",
            value: 25,
            value_type: "integer",
        }
    },
});

Many Shopify API options are date strings. If you provide a Javascript Date object, then it will be automatically formatted to match Shopify's expected date format, "YYYY-MM-DD HH:mm:ss".

// Get all customers created or changed in the past 24 hours.
Shopify.getAllCustomers({ updated_at_min: new Date(Date.now() - 24*60*60*1000) });

Whenever an endpoint has a parameter in the path (e.g. #{id}), it ends up as a required option in options. So, for example,

// Shopify.API.getRecurringApplicationCharge
// => GET /admin/recurring_application_charges/#{id}.json

var charge = api.getRecurringApplicationCharge(); // WRONG
var charge = api.getRecurringApplicationCharge({ id: 10233 }); // OK

Whenever shopify returns an object like:

{
    "order": {
        ...
    }
}

the content of "order" is returned instead. This means that:

var count = api.countOrders().count; // WRONG
var count = api.countOrders(); // OK

Endpoint list

Shopify.API.getPolicies

GET /admin/policies.json

Receive a list of all Policies

Shopify.API.createRecurringApplicationCharge

POST /admin/recurring_application_charges.json

Create a recurring application charge

Shopify.API.getRecurringApplicationCharge

GET /admin/recurring_application_charges/#{id}.json

Receive a single RecurringApplicationCharge

Shopify.API.getRecurringApplicationCharges

GET /admin/recurring_application_charges.json

Retrieve all recurring application charges

Shopify.API.activateRecurringApplicationCharge

POST /admin/recurring_application_charges/#{id}/activate.json

Activate a recurring application charge

Shopify.API.cancelRecurringApplicationCharge

DELETE /admin/recurring_application_charges/#{id}.json

Cancel a recurring application charge

Shopify.API.getMetafields

GET /admin/metafields.json

Get metafields that belong to a store

Shopify.API.getProductMetafields

GET /admin/products/#{id}/metafields.json

Get metafields that belong to a product

Shopify.API.countMetafields

GET /admin/metafields/count.json

Get a count of metafields that belong to a store

Shopify.API.countProductMetafields

GET /admin/products/#{id}/metafields/count.json

Get a count of metafields that belong to a product

Shopify.API.getMetafieldByID

GET /admin/metafields/#{id}.json

Get a single store metafield by its ID

Shopify.API.getProductMetafieldByID

GET /admin/products/#{productId}/metafields/#{id}.json

Get a single product metafield by its ID

Shopify.API.createMetafield

POST /admin/metafields.json

Create a new metafield for a store

Shopify.API.createProductMetafield

POST /admin/products/#{id}/metafields.json

Create a new metafield for a product

Shopify.API.modifyMetafield

PUT /admin/metafields/#{id}.json

Update a store metafield

Shopify.API.modifyProductMetafield

PUT /admin/products/#{productId}/metafields/#{id}.json

Update a product metafield

Shopify.API.removeMetafield

DELETE /admin/metafields/#{id}.json

Delete a store metafield

Shopify.API.removeProductMetafield

DELETE /admin/products/#{productId}/metafields/#{id}.json

Delete a product metafield

Shopify.API.getWebhooks

GET /admin/webhooks.json

Receive a list of all Webhooks

Shopify.API.countWebhooks

GET /admin/webhooks/count.json

Receive a count of all Webhooks

Shopify.API.getWebhook

GET /admin/webhooks/#{id}.json

Receive a single Webhook

Shopify.API.createWebhook

POST /admin/webhooks.json

Create a new Webhook

Shopify.API.modifyWebhook

PUT /admin/webhooks/#{id}.json

Modify an existing Webhook

Shopify.API.removeWebhook

DELETE /admin/webhooks/#{id}.json

Remove a Webhook from the database

Shopify.API.getProvinces

GET /admin/countries/#{id}/provinces.json

Receive a list of all Provinces

Shopify.API.countProvinces

GET /admin/countries/#{id}/provinces/count.json

Receive a count of all Provinces

Shopify.API.getProvince

GET /admin/countries/#{countryId}/provinces/#{id}.json

Receive a single Province

Shopify.API.modifyProvince

PUT /admin/countries/#{countryId}/provinces/#{id}.json

Modify an existing Province

Shopify.API.getCustomerSavedSearches

GET /admin/customer_saved_searches.json

Receive a list of all CustomerSavedSearches

Shopify.API.countCustomerSavedSearches

GET /admin/customer_saved_searches/count.json

Receive a count of all CustomerSavedSearches

Shopify.API.getCustomerSavedSearch

GET /admin/customer_saved_searches/#{id}.json

Receive a single CustomerSavedSearch

Shopify.API.getCustomersFromCustomerSavedSearch

GET /admin/customer_saved_searches/#{id}/customers.json

Receive all Customers resulting from a Customer Saved Search

Shopify.API.createCustomerSavedSearch

POST /admin/customer_saved_searches.json

Create a new CustomerSavedSearch

Shopify.API.modifyCustomerSavedSearch

PUT /admin/customer_saved_searches/#{id}.json

Modify an existing CustomerSavedSearch

Shopify.API.removeCustomerSavedSearch

DELETE /admin/customer_saved_searches/#{id}.json

Remove a CustomerSavedSearch from the database

Shopify.API.getVariants

GET /admin/products/#{id}/variants.json

Receive a list of all Product Variants

Shopify.API.countVariants

GET /admin/products/#{id}/variants/count.json

Receive a count of all Product Variants

Shopify.API.getVariant

GET /admin/variants/#{id}.json

Receive a single Product Variant

Shopify.API.createVariant

POST /admin/products/#{id}/variants.json

Create a new Product Variant

Shopify.API.modifyVariant

PUT /admin/variants/#{id}.json

Modify an existing Product Variant

Shopify.API.removeVariant

DELETE /admin/products/#{productId}/variants/#{id}.json

Remove a Product Variant from the database

Shopify.API.countCheckouts

GET /admin/checkouts/count.json

Receive a count of all Checkouts

Shopify.API.getCheckouts

GET /admin/checkouts.json

Receive a list of all Checkouts

Shopify.API.getCustomers

GET /admin/customers.json

Receive a list of all Customers

Shopify.API.searchCustomers

GET /admin/customers/search.json

Search for customers matching supplied query

Shopify.API.getCustomer

GET /admin/customers/#{id}.json

Receive a single Customer

Shopify.API.createCustomer

POST /admin/customers.json

Create a new Customer

Shopify.API.modifyCustomer

PUT /admin/customers/#{id}.json

Modify an existing Customer

Shopify.API.removeCustomer

DELETE /admin/customers/#{id}.json

Remove a Customer from the database

Shopify.API.countCustomers

GET /admin/customers/count.json

Receive a count of all Customers

Shopify.API.getShop

GET /admin/shop.json

Receive a single Shop

Shopify.API.getTransactions

GET /admin/orders/#{id}/transactions.json

Receive a list of all Transactions

Shopify.API.countTransactions

GET /admin/orders/#{id}/transactions/count.json

Receive a count of all Transactions

Shopify.API.getTransaction

GET /admin/orders/#{orderId}/transactions/#{id}.json

Receive a single Transaction

Shopify.API.createTransaction

POST /admin/orders/#{id}/transactions.json

Create a new Transaction

Shopify.API.getThemes

GET /admin/themes.json

Receive a list of all Themes

Shopify.API.getTheme

GET /admin/themes/#{id}.json

Receive a single Theme

Shopify.API.createTheme

POST /admin/themes.json

Create a new Theme

Shopify.API.modifyTheme

PUT /admin/themes/#{id}.json

Modify an existing Theme

Shopify.API.removeTheme

DELETE /admin/themes/#{id}.json

Remove a Theme from the database

Shopify.API.getProducts

GET /admin/products.json

Receive a list of all Products

Shopify.API.countProducts

GET /admin/products/count.json

Receive a count of all Products

Shopify.API.getProduct

GET /admin/products/#{id}.json

Receive a single Product

Shopify.API.createProduct

POST /admin/products.json

Create a new Product

Shopify.API.modifyProduct

PUT /admin/products/#{id}.json

Modify an existing Product

Shopify.API.removeProduct

DELETE /admin/products/#{id}.json

Remove a Product from the database

Shopify.API.getComments

GET /admin/comments.json

Receive a list of all Comments

Shopify.API.countComments

GET /admin/comments/count.json

Receive a count of all Comments

Shopify.API.getComment

GET /admin/comments/#{id}.json

Receive a single Comment

Shopify.API.createComment

POST /admin/comments.json

Create a new Comment

Shopify.API.modifyComment

PUT /admin/comments/#{id}.json

Modify an existing Comment

Shopify.API.markCommentSpam

POST /admin/comments/#{id}/spam.json

Mark a Comment as spam

Shopify.API.markCommentNotSpam

POST /admin/comments/#{id}/not_spam.json

Mark a Comment as not spam

Shopify.API.approveComment

POST /admin/comments/#{id}/approve.json

Approve a Comment

Shopify.API.removeComment

POST /admin/comments/#{id}/remove.json

Remove a Comment

Shopify.API.restoreComment

POST /admin/comments/#{id}/restore.json

Restore a Comment

Shopify.API.createApplicationCharge

POST /admin/application_charges.json

Create a new one-time application charge

Shopify.API.getApplicationCharge

GET /admin/application_charges/#{id}.json

Receive a single ApplicationCharge

Shopify.API.getApplicationCharges

GET /admin/application_charges.json

Retrieve all one-time application charges

Shopify.API.activateApplicationCharge

POST /admin/application_charges/#{id}/activate.json

Activate a one-time application charge

Shopify.API.getAssets

GET /admin/themes/#{id}/assets.json

Receive a list of all Assets

Shopify.API.getAsset

GET /admin/themes/#{id}/assets.json

Receive a single Asset

Shopify.API.modifyAsset

PUT /admin/themes/#{id}/assets.json

Creating or Modifying an Asset

Shopify.API.removeAsset

DELETE /admin/themes/#{id}/assets.json

Remove a Asset from the database

Shopify.API.createCarrierService

POST /admin/carrier_services.json

Create a new CarrierService

Shopify.API.modifyCarrierService

PUT /admin/carrier_services/#{id}.json

Modify an existing CarrierService

Shopify.API.getCarrierServices

GET /admin/carrier_services.json

Receive a list of all CarrierServices

Shopify.API.getCarrierService

GET /admin/carrier_services/#{id}.json

Receive a single CarrierService

Shopify.API.removeCarrierService

DELETE /admin/carrier_services/#{id}.json

Remove a CarrierService from the database

Shopify.API.getOrders

GET /admin/orders.json

Retrieve a list of Orders (OPEN Orders by default, use status=any for ALL orders)

Shopify.API.getOrder

GET /admin/orders/#{id}.json

Receive a single Order

Shopify.API.countOrders

GET /admin/orders/count.json

Receive a count of all Orders

Shopify.API.closeOrder

POST /admin/orders/#{id}/close.json

Close an Order

Shopify.API.openOrder

POST /admin/orders/#{id}/open.json

Re-open a closed Order

Shopify.API.cancelOrder

POST /admin/orders/#{id}/cancel.json

Cancel an Order

Shopify.API.createOrder

POST /admin/orders.json

Create a new Order

Shopify.API.modifyOrder

PUT /admin/orders/#{id}.json

Modify an existing Order

Shopify.API.removeOrder

DELETE /admin/orders/#{id}.json

Remove a Order from the database

Shopify.API.getCustomerAddresses

GET /admin/customers/#{id}/addresses.json

Receive a list of all CustomerAddresses

Shopify.API.getCustomerAddress

GET /admin/customers/#{customerId}/addresses/#{id}.json

Receive a single CustomerAddress

Shopify.API.createCustomerAddress

POST /admin/customers/#{id}/addresses.json

Create a new CustomerAddress

Shopify.API.modifyCustomerAddress

PUT /admin/customers/#{customerId}/addresses/#{id}.json

Modify an existing CustomerAddress

Shopify.API.removeCustomerAddress

DELETE /admin/customers/#{customerId}/addresses/#{id}.json

Remove a CustomerAddress from the database

Shopify.API.bulkModifyCustomerAddresses

PUT /admin/customers/#{id}/addresses/set.json

Perform bulk operations against a number of addresses

Shopify.API.setDefaultCustomerAddress

PUT /admin/customers/#{customerId}/addresses/#{id}/default.json

Sets default address for a customer

Shopify.API.getArticles

GET /admin/blogs/#{id}/articles.json

Receive a list of all Articles

Shopify.API.countArticles

GET /admin/blogs/#{id}/articles/count.json

Receive a count of all Articles

Shopify.API.getArticle

GET /admin/blogs/#{blogId}/articles/#{id}.json

Receive a single Article

Shopify.API.createArticle

POST /admin/blogs/#{id}/articles.json

Create a new Article

Shopify.API.modifyArticle

PUT /admin/blogs/#{blogId}/articles/#{id}.json

Modify an existing Article

Shopify.API.getAuthors

GET /admin/articles/authors.json

Get a list of all the authors

Shopify.API.getTags

GET /admin/articles/tags.json

Get a list of all the tags

Shopify.API.removeArticle

DELETE /admin/blogs/#{blogId}/articles/#{id}.json

Remove a Article from the database

Shopify.API.getBlogs

GET /admin/blogs.json

Receive a list of all Blogs

Shopify.API.countBlogs

GET /admin/blogs/count.json

Receive a count of all Blogs

Shopify.API.getBlog

GET /admin/blogs/#{id}.json

Receive a single Blog

Shopify.API.createBlog

POST /admin/blogs.json

Create a new Blog

Shopify.API.modifyBlog

PUT /admin/blogs/#{id}.json

Modify an existing Blog

Shopify.API.removeBlog

DELETE /admin/blogs/#{id}.json

Remove a Blog from the database

Shopify.API.getPages

GET /admin/pages.json

Receive a list of all Pages

Shopify.API.countPages

GET /admin/pages/count.json

Receive a count of all Pages

Shopify.API.getPage

GET /admin/pages/#{id}.json

Receive a single Page

Shopify.API.createPage

POST /admin/pages.json

Create a new Page

Shopify.API.modifyPage

PUT /admin/pages/#{id}.json

Modify an existing Page

Shopify.API.removePage

DELETE /admin/pages/#{id}.json

Remove a Page from the database

Shopify.API.getLocations

GET /admin/locations.json

Receive a list of all Locations

Shopify.API.getLocation

GET /admin/locations/#{id}.json

Receive a single Location

Shopify.API.getRedirects

GET /admin/redirects.json

Receive a list of all Redirects

Shopify.API.countRedirects

GET /admin/redirects/count.json

Receive a count of all Redirects

Shopify.API.getRedirect

GET /admin/redirects/#{id}.json

Receive a single Redirect

Shopify.API.createRedirect

POST /admin/redirects.json

Create a new Redirect

Shopify.API.modifyRedirect

PUT /admin/redirects/#{id}.json

Modify an existing Redirect

Shopify.API.removeRedirect

DELETE /admin/redirects/#{id}.json

Remove a Redirect from the database

Shopify.API.getSmartCollections

GET /admin/smart_collections.json

Receive a list of all SmartCollections

Shopify.API.countSmartCollections

GET /admin/smart_collections/count.json

Receive a count of all SmartCollections

Shopify.API.getSmartCollection

GET /admin/smart_collections/#{id}.json

Receive a single SmartCollection

Shopify.API.createSmartCollection

POST /admin/smart_collections.json

Create a new SmartCollection

Shopify.API.modifySmartCollection

PUT /admin/smart_collections/#{id}.json

Modify an existing SmartCollection

Shopify.API.removeSmartCollection

DELETE /admin/smart_collections/#{id}.json

Remove a SmartCollection from the database

Shopify.API.createCollect

POST /admin/collects.json

Create a new Collect

Shopify.API.removeCollect

DELETE /admin/collects/#{id}.json

Remove a Collect from the database

Shopify.API.getCollects

GET /admin/collects.json

Receive a list of all Collects

Shopify.API.countCollects

GET /admin/collects/count.json

Receive a count of all Collects

Shopify.API.getCollect

GET /admin/collects/#{id}.json

Receive a single Collect

Shopify.API.getUsers

GET /admin/users.json

Receive a list of all Users

Shopify.API.getUser

GET /admin/users/#{id}.json

Receive a single User

Shopify.API.getEvents

GET /admin/events.json

Receive a list of all Events

Shopify.API.getEvent

GET /admin/events/#{id}.json

Receive a single Event

Shopify.API.countEvents

GET /admin/events/count.json

Receive a count of all Events

Shopify.API.getFulfillments

GET /admin/orders/#{id}/fulfillments.json

Receive a list of all Fulfillments

Shopify.API.countFulfillments

GET /admin/orders/#{id}/fulfillments/count.json

Receive a count of all Fulfillments

Shopify.API.getFulfillment

GET /admin/orders/#{orderId}/fulfillments/#{id}.json

Receive a single Fulfillment

Shopify.API.createFulfillment

POST /admin/orders/#{id}/fulfillments.json

Create a new Fulfillment

Shopify.API.modifyFulfillment

PUT /admin/orders/#{orderId}/fulfillments/#{id}.json

Modify an existing Fulfillment

Shopify.API.completeFulfillment

POST /admin/orders/#{orderId}/fulfillments/#{id}/complete.json

Complete a pending fulfillment

Shopify.API.cancelFulfillment

POST /admin/orders/#{orderId}/fulfillments/#{id}/cancel.json

Cancel a pending fulfillment

Shopify.API.getRefund

GET /admin/orders/#{orderId}/refunds/#{id}.json

Receive a single Refund

Shopify.API.getCustomCollections

GET /admin/custom_collections.json

Receive a list of all CustomCollections

Shopify.API.countCustomCollections

GET /admin/custom_collections/count.json

Receive a count of all CustomCollections

Shopify.API.getCustomCollection

GET /admin/custom_collections/#{id}.json

Receive a single CustomCollection

Shopify.API.createCustomCollection

POST /admin/custom_collections.json

Create a new CustomCollection

Shopify.API.modifyCustomCollection

PUT /admin/custom_collections/#{id}.json

Modify an existing CustomCollection

Shopify.API.removeCustomCollection

DELETE /admin/custom_collections/#{id}.json

Remove a CustomCollection from the database

Shopify.API.getFulfillmentServices

GET /admin/fulfillment_services.json

Receive a list of all FulfillmentServices

Shopify.API.createFulfillmentService

POST /admin/fulfillment_services.json

Create a new FulfillmentService

Shopify.API.getFulfillmentService

GET /admin/fulfillment_services/#{id}.json

Receive a single FulfillmentService

Shopify.API.modifyFulfillmentService

PUT /admin/fulfillment_services/#{id}.json

Modify an existing FulfillmentService

Shopify.API.removeFulfillmentService

DELETE /admin/fulfillment_services/#{id}.json

Remove a FulfillmentService from the database

Shopify.API.getCountries

GET /admin/countries.json

Receive a list of all Countries

Shopify.API.countCountries

GET /admin/countries/count.json

Receive a count of all Countries

Shopify.API.getCountry

GET /admin/countries/#{id}.json

Receive a single Country

Shopify.API.createCountry

POST /admin/countries.json

Create a new Country

Shopify.API.modifyCountry

PUT /admin/countries/#{id}.json

Modify an existing Country

Shopify.API.removeCountry

DELETE /admin/countries/#{id}.json

Remove a Country from the database

Shopify.API.createRisk

POST /admin/orders/#{id}/risks.json

Create a new Order Risks

Shopify.API.getRisks

GET /admin/orders/#{id}/risks.json

Receive a list of all Order Risks

Shopify.API.getRisk

GET /admin/orders/#{orderId}/risks/#{id}.json

Receive a single Order Risks

Shopify.API.modifyRisk

PUT /admin/orders/#{orderId}/risks/#{id}.json

Modify an existing Order Risks

Shopify.API.getProductImages

GET /admin/products/#{id}/images.json

Receive a list of all Product Images

Shopify.API.countProductImages

GET /admin/products/#{id}/images/count.json

Receive a count of all Product Images

Shopify.API.getProductImage

GET /admin/products/#{productId}/images/#{id}.json

Receive a single Product Image

Shopify.API.createProductImage

POST /admin/products/#{id}/images.json

Create a new Product Image

Shopify.API.modifyProductImage

PUT /admin/products/#{productId}/images/#{id}.json

Modify an existing Product Image

Shopify.API.removeProductImage

DELETE /admin/products/#{productId}/images/#{id}.json

Remove a Product Image from the database

License

MIT

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