Continuing posts on building a headless e-commerce site with Eleventy and Shopify, it’s time to pull in some data from the Shopify API.
The plan is to use the Shopify API to grab products and collections from Shopify and make them available in Eleventy collections so we can build product & collection pages, add data to sitemap.xml, and our RSS feed.Read More
But… I’m a developer, I want to have control over the frontend experience, but not so much the e-commerce backend. Plus I’m also building CloudSh, which provides search for static sites, so I wanted to create it using the JAMstack.
Here’s what I picked and why. Future posts with dive into the how.Read More