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Webhooks: tools to make your Shopify store work harder for you

The e-commerce era has been a boon for hard-working entrepreneurs. Instead of being confined to physical stores and a geographically limited customer base, shops and customers can be located anywhere in the world and still do a brisk business. Online businesses have completely taken off, thanks to online tools like...

Introduction to Customer Purchase Latency

Once you've gone through the cost and effort to land a customer, you want to make sure you keep them. It's far easier to hang onto someone who's already made a successful purchase from you than chase and hook another, and a private app can help you automate that relationship....

Counting All the Costs: Pricing Out a Private App for Your Shopify Store

Your store is thriving, business is rolling along, but you're feeling a little constrained by the functionalities on Shopify. Most options are mostly all right, but you keep wondering if there are a few tweaks that can ease your workload and improve your customers' experience. You've probably toyed with the...

Shopify's blogging: An overview

One of the best ways to increase your organic traffic to your Shopify store is through content marketing. The easiest way to get started is to create blog posts that your customers would be interested in. Every Shopify store includes a blog. Though it's not as powerful as dedicated blog...

How to fix the Shopify translation missing in your store

Recently a question came up from a Shopify merchant: Please help... this keeps showing up on my website :-( translation missing: en.general.newsletter_form.description in place of certain buttons such as the cart button, newsletter, add to cart etc... This isn't a good error to see, especially if it's showing up on...

Why application health is important in Ruby on Rails

A healthy Rails application is an asset that will benefit your organization for years to come - an unhealthy one, on the other hand, will be a weight you and your team will have to bear every day. Why application health is important A Rails application's health is important for...

What is a healthy Rails application?

There are two overarching criteria to use to determine if an application is healthy or not. Is the team making forward progress? Are investments in the application paying off? (positive ROI) Though this may sound simple, there is a surprising amount of depth to these two criteria. 1. Is the...

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