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How do I publish my first app on an ecommerce platform?

AnubisSoftware
Shopify Partner
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Hey, I'm pretty new to the world of Shopify, but I've got some experience with similar platforms.

I've finished my first app and I want to offer it either in the store or as a custom solution.

But I'm totally inexperienced when it comes to publishing on Shopify.

  • Which hosting service is best for this?

  • What else needs to be considered? Are there any other important things I should be aware of?

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PaulNewton
Shopify Partner
6339 579 1349

This is an accepted solution.

Bad questions get bad answers that have generally been answered before findable with research.

http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html 

"best" is super ambiguous, meaningless to your specific needs, and just results in vague recommendations, or listicles you can find through google.

Define your requirements , shortlist known services, then research and test. There is no replacement for that.

 


@AnubisSoftware wrote:

What else needs to be considered? Are there any other important things I should be aware of?


Overly broad there's a massive list of stuff to consider findable with research, example listicle:

  • review the app submission guidelines
  • If using a metered service make sure to set budget caps and notifications.
  • Test like your a new user, make documentation findable online.
  • Join the partner slack channel,  found through the shopify partner dashboard.

Goodluck.

Save time & money ,Ask Questions The Smart Way


Confused? Busy? Get the solution you need paull.newton+shopifyforum@gmail.com


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PaulNewton
Shopify Partner
6339 579 1349

This is an accepted solution.

Bad questions get bad answers that have generally been answered before findable with research.

http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html 

"best" is super ambiguous, meaningless to your specific needs, and just results in vague recommendations, or listicles you can find through google.

Define your requirements , shortlist known services, then research and test. There is no replacement for that.

 


@AnubisSoftware wrote:

What else needs to be considered? Are there any other important things I should be aware of?


Overly broad there's a massive list of stuff to consider findable with research, example listicle:

  • review the app submission guidelines
  • If using a metered service make sure to set budget caps and notifications.
  • Test like your a new user, make documentation findable online.
  • Join the partner slack channel,  found through the shopify partner dashboard.

Goodluck.

Save time & money ,Ask Questions The Smart Way


Confused? Busy? Get the solution you need paull.newton+shopifyforum@gmail.com


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