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By using the Asset resource from the Admin API.Enable your app manually, click save, then go and Edit Code from the theme editor and look for config/settings_data.json.You will find a block related to your app. Obviously the step above is just to lea...
Do you have an ngrok.yml where your auth token is stored?Not sure which system you're on, but for me this lives in: ~/.ngrok2/ngrok.yml on an ubuntu machine (ah same on Windows).
Depending on what you do use, if not Php, I have seen the previous NodeJS Shopify-cli generated code return 404 by default, so even when there was an error in the code.
"Apps that enable the Storefront API must explicitly request relevant unauthenticated access scopes during OAuth, or during authentication in the Shopify admin." So if apps can use it, that must mean it is not just for headless I guess? In any case, ...
The admin rest api has a limit of 2 requests per second and it is best not to push against that. There are headers returned on the request that will tell you how long to wait, so if you implement a request retry with gradual back-off, you can just us...
If you are indeed talking about app proxies, what I have noticed is that if you have (for instance) your production app installed in a test store, and then also install your development app, so basically you have two apps competing for the app proxy,...
Use CloudFlare tunnel, it is relatively easy (yeah that is CloudFlared).Open Zero TrustGo to Access, then tunnels.For the public hostname config, choose a subdomain and one of you CloudFlare (proxied) domains, then set the service to http, your local...
Ah right you mention you don't like that. I suppose then it is a matter of redirecting back through oauth flow? https://shopify.dev/apps/auth/oauth/session-tokens/getting-started "If your app doesn't have a offline access token for the shop, then the...
Best way we've found is exchange it for a long-lived token, how that's done depends on your framework/language, but it basically never expires.
It is possible, I have just made this work using a pretty weird, but logical technique. Not too sure if I should openly say how its done though, as I would hate the method to be disabled.
Not sure if you are using the embedded variation or the section one (sorry, not too familiar with the correct names I guess, haven't been working with this framework for long) but I am using the embedded one (this probably will work either way come t...
Since the app lives on your end really, why not make one app, in which you can activate modules as you describe them. So the onboarding process would be activating whichever module people want/need to use.I suppose another way would be to check for e...
Ah, forgot, add a message to inform the user what just happened 
You could respond to any deletion/change events and the reinstate the bundle using cart.js? That's the thing that comes to mind here, if no other solution works out.
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