- 100% React Native and TypeScript built on Expo
- Plugs directly into your existing Shopify store
- Android, iPhone and iPad
- Customizable to your brand's look and feel
- Responsive layout: supports phones and tablets
- Internationalization ready: all strings localized and ready to be translated into your customers' language.
- Free and open source!
- Maintained by a dedicated team
- Commercial support available
- Make sure you have Node.js installed
- Install the latest version of Expo
npm install --global expo-cli@latest
- [Recommended] Install yarn
curl -o- -L https://yarnpkg.com/install.sh | bash -s -- --version 1.21.1Note: This will install v1.x since v2 is not yet compatible with React Native.
- Get an API key for the Shopify Storefront API for your Shopify store.
Clone the repository:
git clone email@example.com:sellflow/sellflow.git cd sellflow
Make a file
.env.json in the root of the project, based on the example file. This will contain your Shopify API Key (mentioned above).
cp .env-example.json .env.json
yarn && yarn apollo:generate
Run the app:
Background and Motivation
Imagine you’re a store owner and you sell products online using the Shopify platform. Life is good, you have a fantastic website and customers love your products. Shopify provides you with an incredible administrative interface to manage your site’s content, products, pricing, photos, inventory and orders. But you don’t have a native mobile app on iOS or Android!
Customers have asked you about a mobile app but so far you’ve told them to just use the website from their phone. Your web-store is mobile friendly and it works pretty well, but it’s not the true mobile experience your customers expect.
Sellflow is a pre-built mobile app that you can customize to fit your brand and then deploy your own custom mobile commerce app to the Apple App Store or Google Play Store. You can think of it like a “template” that you might use to build your mobile app.
Sellflow is just the “frontend” — the customer interface — it works with Shopify’s “headless mode”, technically the Storefront API. You as the merchant still use Shopify’s admin interface as normal to manage your products, inventory and orders.
Pre-release. This will be ready soon for a select set of beta testers. If you have a Shopify store and you'd like to join our beta, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to Contribute
- Fork the repository.
- Follow the Getting Started instructions above.
- Use your favorite code editor to develop a feature or fix.
- Commit your change to a branch.
- Run the tests:
- Push to your fork and create a PR.
With official support, you get expert help straight from the core team. We provide dedicated support, prioritize feature requests, deployment strategies, advice on best practices, design decisions, and team augmentation. Reach out to us for consulting at email@example.com.
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