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Easily export your Shopify orders to CSV with EZ Exporter

October 28, 2016

EZ Exporter Shopify App

Our latest Shopify app, EZ Exporter, just got published in the Shopify App Store yesterday (currently in beta status)! This is our second Shopify app and our first paid app.

With EZ Exporter, we aimed to build an exporter app that is easy to use and flexible at the same time. Right now, we're just focusing on order exports. We have plans to include options to export customer and product data as well in ...

Building Momentum

October 21, 2016

I usually find it hard to get started working on a project. But once I get going, I find it hard to stop and sometimes have to actually remind myself that the next parts can wait until the next day and it's time to go to bed.

I just finished building a new Shopify app a couple of days ago and now waiting for the Shopify team to review it. It was a project ...

Setting up an FTP server on Ubuntu using vsftpd and connecting to it using Python's ftplib module

October 13, 2016

I know what you're thinking, "Who in the world still uses FTP these days?". If you were born after year 2000, you may not even have heard of FTP before.

FTP (File Transfer Protocol) was a popular way to share files back in the AOL days. People will set up these FTP servers where you can upload and download files. I remember spending so much time in chat rooms during my teenage years asking ...

Local Django development with Docker and Python 3.5

September 18, 2016

I was chatting with a friend of mine the other day about new Shopify apps to build with Django. We decided it's finally time to start using Python 3.

Python 3 was actually released almost 8 years ago (and the programming language itself is over 25 years old!). But adoption had been slow due to backwards incompatibility with previous versions. There are tons of third-party Python libraries and if your project uses one of ...

Short stop in the US

September 13, 2016

I'm currently back in the US after being away for over a year. I plan to be home for only two weeks and then I'm off to Mexico, where I plan to spend the rest of the year.

It's funny how nothing really changed in that 1+ year period. Everything still looks and feels familiar. Even driving around feels so natural, despite the fact that I haven't driven a car since ...