I'm new to the Shopify community so please forgive me if I'm posting this in the wrong place.
I am starting on building a Public app for Shopify and I started to develop it using Django and Shopify django sample app but the more I read the Shopify docs the more it seems Python even though supported isn't necessarily the most used/updated for all issues. Most docs and discussions are using Node or Ruby so I wanted to know is starting my project using Python a smart idea for Shopify ?
I don't know Ruby at all so that might be tough to use but I could shift to Node if that will be more helpful in the longer run to build Shopify apps.
Node and Ruby seem to be more popular. Here is the shopify_app gem for Ruby: https://github.com/Shopify/shopify_app
shopify_cli enables you to create an app using either Node or Ruby: https://github.com/Shopify/shopify-app-cli
And I'm sure you've seen it but they have a tutorial on how to build a sample app using Node + React.
Yes, you're right. Shopify is opinionated towards jQuery, Node, Ruby, and React. Most libraries are updated for these languages. Unfortunately, my stack is Python / Django / Vue, which makes me feel painful all the time. There are very few docs regarding django + shopify. I am struggling with new session token authentication now.