- Setup and integration
- 1. Basic
- 2. Design
- 3. Data model
- 4. Items
- 5. Checkout & Order Status
- 6. Discounts
- 7. Logins
- 8. Users
- 9. Shipping
- 10. Environment
- Going live & maintenance
API Calls from the User Portal
This guide covers
- What Plug-Ins are
- How to upload your very own Plug-In
- Introduction to Arcadier's APIs
- How to add the User’s role as an additional parameter
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This guide will walk you through on how to integrate specific API calls onto the User’s interface for specific roles in the Marketplace. In addition, how to incorporate the various API calls into the Marketplace so that Users of all roles may use them.
Three different types of APIs:
We recommend that you have the code written beforehand for easy reference. This part of the code renders the button onto the User’s interface. There is no need for UserID checks as this button should be available to all users including guests.
This section of the code associates the button click to its function. It is essentially calling the API and console logging the response. After uploading and installing the plug-in onto your Marketplace, go to your Marketplace homepage to check whether button functions how it is supposed to be.
- The first condition is whether the User is a Merchant and is currently on the Marketplace’s homepage
- The second condition is if the User is a Registered account (Buyer or Merchant) and is currently on the item’s detail page
- Start by logging into your Buyers account and check if the “” button is there.
- Test if the “Add item to Cart” button function works as it is supposed to be
This concludes the basics of User Side API calls through the Use of plug-ins.
In the next guide, we will show a more in-depth view on specific API calls called custom fields, which will include another coding language called PHP.