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The Kibo Unified Commerce Platform is built using an API-first approach, allowing seamless integration with critical retail systems such as CRM, CMS, ERP, and warehouse management system.LEARN MORE
With Kibo’s microservices-based architecture, you can start with the products, services, and capabilities you need today, knowing that with us, you’ll easily be able to evolve your capabilities tomorrow.LEARN MORE
The Kibo platform boasts a collection of diverse applications that leverage the Kibo microservice API to augment or enhance the power of the Kibo platform.LEARN MORE
The Import-Export application is the primary tool for transferring data such as catalogs, customers, and orders to and from your Kibo tenant. This application is perfect for migrating data to your first Kibo catalog, storefront, or fulfillment account or for batch updating existing data.
The Marketplace provides free and paid applications that extend the power of Kibo by integrating with third-party services, such as fraud detection services, review platforms, third-party payment providers, email marketing systems, and more.
Kibo allows you to create your own applications, so you can extend the functionality of Kibo to meet your exact use case.
Manage application packages and versions, install them to sandboxes, add behaviors (permissions the application can perform), assign events to listen to, view application assets, and more.
Manage theme packages and versions, install them to sandboxes, view assets, and more
View, edit, create, or delete production sandboxes and tenants
View system and application logs
Manage Dev Center users
Arc.js is made up of actions that correspond to Kibo operations or microservices. Each action runs a function that you program in Node.js to achieve your custom functionality. There are two types of Arc.js actions.
These actions occur before and after an API operation executes. They can be used to modify the request or response associated with the operation. HTTP actions also include storefront HTTP actions, which run before or after a shopper requests a specific page on your Kibo storefront.
These actions are embedded in Kibo microservice operations. They might, for example, provide you access to the microservice that manages orders, or the microservice that manages carts. In addition to providing read access to the microservice object, these actions provide special methods that allow you to manipulate the microservice object in predetermined ways.
The Kibo eCommerce SDKs enable you to create robust Kibo eCommerce applications using the platform and development environment of your choice. The SDKs expose the complete functionality of the Kibo eCommerce REST API and include additional enhancements that improve your productivity and get your product out the door faster.
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