To what extent is a Shopify dev similar to a generalised front-end dev?

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  • slater

    🛠 Shopify development toolkit

    They also have more examples and tutorials in their documentation pages. You should check slater too, it's a complete Shopify development toolkit https://github.com/the-couch/slater

  • themekit

    Shopify theme development command line tool.

    You have a TON of freedom on the storefront. The checkout, as mentioned before, is pretty darn limited. However you can "monkeypatch" the checkout flow and make most things happen. As far as Liquid goes, read the docs to suss out the limitations and capabilities. I'd recommend using either Themekit, Motifmate, or standard Liquid package locally (won't include Shopify-focused features but will have templating, basic utils, etc) to have a workflow where you can use source control, have local development, and a smooth deployment process.

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