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Theme editor improvements To allow merchants to take advantage.  Of these improvements and updates, and to make it easier for developers to navigate. We’ve also made substantial improvements to the theme editor. Instead of having to drill down into different sections. The editor now displays a tree view of all the content on a page in the sidebar. From this sidebar, merchants can hide most blocks.  With the exception of the header and footer which may contain blocks.  That can or hidden, but cannot. These changes allow merchants to easily update the hierarchy of a page. Shopify Online Store – A GIF of the updated theme editor. Showing how sections can easily around.

The updated theme editor in action. Liquid inlet adjustment An additional update to the theme.  Editor is the new Liquid input settings that. Will allow merchants to add custom Liquid code to pages directly from the editor. The Liquid configuration is similar to the HTML configuration type except that it will allow access to Liquid variables, which Uruguay B2B List means merchants will be able to access global and template-specific Liquid objects. This setup will reduce the need for merchants to manually change a theme’s code, especially when adding code for apps that use Liquid. Developers can learn how to add this setting to a section or block in our developer documentation, or see custom-liquidour new Dawn theme section for an example.

Liquid Inlet Adjustment

These changes make it easier for merchants to work with the new features of Online Store 2.0. And make decisions about their online store without getting with a developer.  Freeing up their time to focus on creating integrations and creative solutions. New developer tools Online Store 2.0 introduces.  A whole new way for developers to create apps and themes for Shopify merchants. To support this change, we’re introducing a set of new developer tools that.  Integrate seamlessly with Shopify and help in the process of developing.  Testing, and deploying your themes. With the introduction of the Shopify GitHub integration, an updated Shopify CLI tool, and Theme Check, you’ll experience stronger theme development with version control.


A better sandbox environment for developing themes locally, and streamlined development with a tuned linter at real time. for Shopify themes. Below, we take a look at what each of these tools means to you. Shopify integration with Github We are launching a new integration with GitHub to make it easier to track and manage theme development and maintenance. When you connect your GitHub organization or user account to an online store, changes are pushed and pulled to a Github repository that is always in sync with the current state of selected topics. GitHub’s integration with themes will allow developers to securely collaborate when editing themes by introducing native support for version control. When working in a merchant’s store, developers can now implement workflows.

Update Your Themes and Apps

where theme changes must be reviewed and merged on GitHub before a live theme is completed. For those of you who use CI to perform linting, testing, and file transformations before deploying to an online store, such as running Theme Check or compiling SCSS to CSS, the Github integration can be used in combination with Git hives to synchronize production. ready files. See more about this in our documentation and see a demo of the GitHub integration below. Shopify CLI We’ve also made some significant changes to the existing Shopify CLI tool. Application developers have been using the CLI to quickly build Node.js and Ruby on Rails applications and application extensions.

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