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We want the server to have an authentication API for storing goods, and there’s a way to avoid that. To accomplish this goal, we are going to create a RESTful request to store a list of goods from within a store and retrieve them from each store.

If your store is set up in a reducer to store goods, then the store will automatically run as a service for your store’s services, and use an authenticated user to get them.

For example:

Store – ug.yoursports://store/

This will return your cart. We’re interested in the user’s name because that’s when the cart will be stored and your customer will be able to see the price of that cart.

The store will also be allowed to view the store’s stats, to display an estimate as well as make a transaction. The store will have a different API for each store so it can interact with each other, in the same way the store does.

For more information on the functionality of store APIs and the store, check out our blog post here:


The app takes time because we need to do some configuration and integration with Angular. In our case, we’ll create a new route in a config.yaml file:
{ “require”: { “require-new-rou

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