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ShopifySharp: A .NET library for Shopify.

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ShopifySharp is a .NET library that enables you to authenticate and make API calls to Shopify. It's great for building custom Shopify Apps using C# and .NET. You can quickly and easily get up and running with Shopify using this library.

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ShopifySharp is available on NuGet. You can install it with the dotnet command line:

Package Installation Documentation
ShopifySharp dotnet add package shopifysharp Click here.
ShopifySharp.Extensions.DependencyInjection dotnet add package shopifysharp.extensions.dependencyinjection Click here.

Shopify API version support

Shopify has begun versioning their API, meaning new features are locked behind newer versions of the API, and older versions of the API lose support and are eventually shut off. Due to the differences in ShopifySharp's SemVer versioning, and Shopify's date-based versioning, the following table should be consulted to determine which version of ShopifySharp supports which version of Shopify's API:

ShopifySharp version Shopify API version
4.x and below None, unsupported
5.0.0 - 5.5.0 2019-10
5.6.0 - 5.7.0 2020-07
5.8.0 - 5.10.0 2020-10
5.11.0 - 5.13.1 2021-07
5.14.0 - 5.15.0 2021-10
5.16.0 - 5.18.11 2022-04
5.19.0 - 5.19.1 2022-07
6.0.1 - 6.2.0 2023-01
6.3.0 - 6.12.2 2023-07
6.13.0 - 6.14.1 2024-01
6.15.0 and above. 2024-04.

Note: ShopifySharp dropped support for .NET Framework 4.5 in version 5.14.0. More details in #438. The oldest version of .NET Framework we can support is whichever version is supported by .NET Standard 2.0.

Check the package's documentation for more information.

A work-in-progress

I first started working on ShopifySharp because .NET developers need a fully-featured library for interacting with Shopify and building Shopify apps, which didn't exist several years ago. My goal is to eventually reach 100% compatibility with the Shopify REST API, but, with that said, Shopify is constantly adding new APIs and altering old ones. I try my best to keep up with them, but I tend to prioritize the support of new APIs by how much I need them in my own Shopify apps.


Click the link here to be brought to all of the documentation: ShopifySharp Wiki

Contributing to ShopifySharp

Check out our contribution guide for guidance on contributing new features, services, classes and bugfixes to ShopifySharp! The guide also contains details on how to set up and run ShopifySharp's test suite.