Shoporama Apps

Below you will find information on how to develop Shoporama Apps.


Overall, a Shoporama app provides access to two things when a user installs it on their shop:

  1. REST-interfacet, og
  2. at indsætte kode på udvalgte sider

Everyone can create apps as a starting point, but in order for other shops to use your apps, it requires approval.

Apps are created on this page.

Download our e-conomic app to see an example of an app that uses our REST interface.


The settings options for apps are:

Field Content
Name Short name. Used in overviews and emails.
Description Extended description of what your app does. It is not possible to use HTML codes. Only a-tags for links.
Category Optional category
Access Because your app creates an API token in the store that installs the app, you can choose whether you want write, read, or all permissions for that API token.
Monthly price A monthly price that your app costs. There is an 80/20 distribution of the amount, where Shoporama keeps 20%, and pays out the rest. Once an app has been activated, you can no longer increase the price. Only decrease.
Callback URL

One URL that can receive all callbacks and events. The argument ?type={type} and &webshop_id={id} are added to all calls, where type is the following events or hooks, and webshop_id is a unique id for the respective webshop. Three events are also sent when the app is installed, the user updates settings, and when it is uninstalled. These are install, update, and uninstall. The latter three will contain the following JSON:

    "webshop_id": 1,
    "webshop_url": "",
    "app_token": "dcbfe5ad9e8af3495ca4582e364c1bce",
    "app_token_daily_limit": 10000,
    "app_token_current_usage": 200,
    "installed": 1692857535,
    "fields": {

If your app uses fields where the user can enter information, these will be included in the field fields.

For events and webhooks, the call will contain the data that is contained in our events and webhooks. These vary depending on whether it is events or products, orders, etc.

To validate if a callback comes from Shoporama, we add the header x-app-token: {your token} to all our requests. If the token matches your own, the callback is from Shoporama. Furthermore, all callbacks come from, so you can also check the IP address.

Only allow on the following shops Option to only allow the app on a series of webshops.
Webhooks Here you can choose which webhooks you want to receive. You can receive webhooks when there are changes to orders (status, paid, created), products, or inventory.
Events Here you can choose which events you want to receive. Events have the possibility to be sent more often than webhooks. For example, when a user adds something to the cart or proceeds to payment. We have the following events: add_to_basket, update_basket, view_basket, view_address, view_shipping, view_approve, view_thanks, approved, order_created, paid, add_label, and remove_label.

REST access

When an app is installed in a shop, an API key is created for the app, and with that key, our REST interface for the respective shop can be accessed. The API key is sent to your callback URL as the field "app_token". Note that the same consumption rules apply to this API access as to regular API keys.

In addition to accessing our regular REST interface, it is possible to retrieve a list of webshops that have installed your app by calling:

    GET /REST/app-status HTTP/2
    Authorization: App {din token}

Note that auth-scheme is App.

Add code

It is possible to insert code in four places on the shops that install the app. It is after <head>, after <body>, before </head>, and before </body>. However, they assume that the html elements are present in the shop that installs it. It is possible to insert code on all pages, or only products, landing pages, categories, static pages, blog posts, or on /search, /basket, /address, /shipping, /approve, /thanks, /order, and /also.

It is possible to use Smarty code in the code that is inserted, and it is possible to access the values entered by the user under fields such as <{$app_vars.var_name}>.

The above can be combined in any way desired, so it is possible to insert a piece of code in <head> on all pages, but on /thanks, something extra will be added.

Meta data

Fields allow you to create some input fields that your users can fill out when they install the app. You can create as many fields as you want. The values will be included in callbacks when the user updates the settings.

We support the following field types: text, integer, boolean, list, color, richtext, code.

For lists, it is possible to use external lists. That means when the user sees admin, the values are pulled from{name}, and that page must return json in key:value format. Example:

    "key1": "value1",
    "key2": "value2"

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