After reading this getting started guide you should be well placed to start exploring what is possible with commercetools Composable Commerce.
This page also contains information and links to further resources that will allow you to take your next steps with commercetools.
Composable Commerce provides various tutorials that provide examples and walkthroughs for various subjects and features.
Consult the API reference
The heart of Composable Commerce is the HTTP API. You can continue learning about its capabilities and view full specifications of endpoints by consulting the HTTP API reference.
If you want to continue exploring the potential of using GraphQL with your Project, read more at GraphQL API.
Import sample data
Now that you've learned how to make API calls to query, create, and update the entities in a Project, why not import sample data to see how it all connects in a fully realized Project?
commercetools provides a free SUNRISE sample data set that includes typical data that would be found in an active e-commerce project for a fashion outlet.
Learn about limits and best practices
If you encounter problems or issues using the Merchant Center, APIs, or any other aspect of commercetools, you can reach out to us by contacting our support.
Please note that you must create an account on our support portal before you can raise a support request.
If you are curious about the current status of the commercetools services, this information is available at our status page.
Based on your organization and requirements, the following tools may be beneficial for you to achieve your goals with commercetools.
Code-free API exploration with Postman collections
If you are familiar with Postman, there are collections for using the Composable Commerce APIs.
These collections help you explore all the available API endpoints and provide comprehensive overview of how the APIs and other services operate.
For more information, visit our Postman collections page.
Build a test frontend
Composable Commerce is a headless solution, and is intended to either be used with your own frontend or by integrating with commercetools Frontend.
The open source SUNRISE frontends are reference implementations that provide you with code examples and best practices for integrating Composable Commerce with your webshop or mobile app. A demo of this frontend can be viewed at https://demo.commercetools.com/
Integrate with other commerce solutions
commercetools provides an Integration Marketplace that includes ready-made integrations and extensions from leading providers of frontends, order management, search, payment processing, shipping, and more.
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