One of the most common questions I get with ShopifySharp is "how do I find an order by its name using the Shopify API"? The order's ID and its name are two different and unrelated numbers, and ShopifySharp doesn't support any method to search for orders based on its name -- just its ID. In this post, you'll learn how you can extend ShopifySharp to search for orders by their name using the Shopify API.
After more than a year of planning and work, ShopifySharp has finally been updated to version 4! There were a ton of improvements and lots of work that went into this release, and with those improvements came a bunch of breaking changes, too. This post should serve as a guide for converting your Shopify app to ShopifySharp version 4, allowing you to use .NET Core and .NET Standard!
If you've ever scoped out or planned a complex web application, such as a Shopify app, there's a good chance that you've wanted to use some sort of scheduled task that could fire every X hours. Until recently, this has been impossible in an ASP.NET application.
You've already learned how to charge users each month for continued access to your Shopify subscription. Now, learn how you can charge your users for a single, one-time purchase. Happy whale hunting!