Hey @Chris_Waterhouse i’m looking at attempting to do this as well. Any advice or solutions you would recommend? I’ve heard of people linking the “buy” button to shopify through JS, I just haven’t been able to find a full in depth tutorial on it yet on exactly what JS code to write to make this possible.
I have been researching this during the last few months and seems like there is no one place for all my findings so will spell them out here.
At the same time its amazing that there are dozens of videos in YouTube for this subject where the people have absolutely no idea what they are talking about.
Im in process of trying these different approaches for different Webflow & Headless Ecom projects.
Can I setup the affiliate tracking seamlessly from webflow domain to shopify checkout?
What pros and cons these different approaches to integrate Shopify to Webflow have?
How can I sync the Product ID from Shopify to Webflow CMS in bulk and automatically?
In Shopyflow it seems that the product data is imported to Webflow CMS directly, which allows for doing the filtering of the products inside Webflow itself. It may also be faster to load instead of making requests to Webflow API. In the other approaches the product data is fetched from Shopify in page load, which slows down the site - by how much Im not sure.
I prompted some draft python code solution that would sync the Shopify product data to Webflow CMS. https://chat.openai.com/share/3a201de9-b402-48cf-84d4-5fc3f460824c
If I would get that to work together with the Shopify APIs or SDKs, it would probably be the most affordable in long term (as you own the code, no subscripitions), flexible and scalable solution.
Shopyflow on the other hand is probably the easiest as its attribute based, but its in beta and has its limitations with apps (backend apps work, frontend apps like affiliate link tracking, maybe?)