composer.jsonfile (e.g. only require
UPSERT/DELETE. Further conceptual information to our Admin API can be found here. Now that you already know our Admin API it is also interesting to learn something about our Store API, which was built for a completely different use case. The Store API should be used, whenever you are developing customer facing clients. Within these endpoints you do have the opportunity to cover the complete customer journey - starting from a product listing, showing product information and of course placing an order through the checkout. Not only our Storefront components makes use of these routes, but also the Shopware PWA, which is a Vue.js client developed with our partner Vue Storefront.
shopware/platform(GitHub). This is where the Shopware core is developed. You need it as dependency in your projects and this is where you can participate in the development of Shopware through pull requests. It's split into multiple repositories for production setups, all of them are read-only and include the Core, Storefront , Administration and Elasticsearch. Beside that, there is also a
Recoverydirectory, which provides the opportunity to interactively update, install and maintain Shopware throughout the browser. If you want to start developing with Shopware 6, there are two setup templates and preparatory/installation steps explained here.