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Quick Shopify Dev Tip #2


Quick Shopify Dev Tip #2

If you're building a Shopify App that injects code into the storefront, make sure it can also remove that code automatically on install. Nothing is worse than a customer trying to remove your app and having to dig into their theme's code and then angrily leaving you a review afterwards.

To make this a smooth process on your end, what you can do is create separate snippets with the code you want on the store, then update theme.liquid or any other template/section with {% render %} tags (see this post to learn about the new render tag) to have your code be included in the theme itself.

You can read more about Shopify's Theme API endpoints here:

You can read more about how to add/remove/manage files from specific themes through the Theme Asset API endpoint here: