"Exico Shopify Framework is a donet framework for building Shopify store apps. It uses the latest version of the AspNet Core and EF core. It is built using the best practices (atleast I think :-)) and has a decent unit test coverage. The project is well documented, please find the doxygen generated documentation.Also do not forget to visit the project wiki pages (https://github.com/ishahrier/ExicoShopifyFramework/wiki/Quick-Start) This project was a personal project but I am making it open source now. I hope people can get benefitted using this project and contribute to this project and make it better day by day. It has following features built into it that will escalate your Shopify app development: Built in process to handle app installation Recurring change handling Web hooks creations and handling functionalities App uninstall event handling Error handling User authorization Logging Emailing (on different events i.e. when user finishes app installation ) Plan and subscription management ...and more."
Project website: https://github.com/ishahrier/ExicoShopifyFramework
Creator website: www.exico.ca
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