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ShopApp for Android

ShopApp connects with popular ecommerce platforms like Shopify, Magento, BigCommerce, and WooCommerce to transfer them into a mobile app for iOS and Android. So far, we’ve developed a Shopify provider for Android and Shopify provider for iOS. Currently we’re working on adding more providers and extending the features list, so stay in touch with our updates.


To install the dependencies required for an application build, ShopApp uses Gradle. Connect one of the providers for an online store and install all the dependencies. As an example, let's use Shopify.

  1. Add the following line to app/build.gradle:
implementation "com.github.rubygarage:shopapp-shopify-android:1.0.4"

Also, you'll have to configure the provider to get an access to your online store. To configure the provider, follow the instructions on a provider's page . For a Shopify provider, the flow is following:

  1. Add the following code:
val api = ShopifyApi(this, "BASE DOMAIN", "STOREFRONT ACCESS TOKEN", "API KEY", "API PASSWORD") //Initialize your api here. 
appComponent = buildAppComponent(api, dao)

to the file app/src/main/java/com/shopapp/ShopApplication.kt.

  1. You'll also have to configure the provider to receive an access to your store. To get an access, follow the instructions on a provider's page.

Check out how to configure the Shopify provider.

  1. After that, you'll be able to open the project file and launch an app.

To create a client for another SaaS provider, you have to add the following dependency to the dependencies:

implementation 'com.github.rubygarage:shopapp-android:1.0.5'
  1. Next, create a class that'll interact with the main application and implement the API interface.

  2. After that you'll be able to add a new client to the main application:


  • Android 4.4 (API 19) - a minimum supported version
  • Android Studio for application build
  • Gradle to install all the dependencies


The ShopApp for Android is licensed under the Apache 2.0 license

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