Demandware offers an on-demand ecommerce platform and is the ecommerce foundation of more than 200 ecommerce websites. The Open Commerce APIs let developers build shopping widgets and experiences â€“ including transactions â€“ external of the native Demandware Commerce platform by allowing outside web applications and enterprise software to interface with all shopping functionality.
Developers can extend enterprise and commerce functionality to Facebook applications, shoppable blogs, mobile and tablet applications, and recommendation widgets. The APIs expose functionality such as product, catalog, search, promotion, customer account, cart and checkout. Full documentation is not publicly available.
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The official Demandware Python library supports the goals of e-commerce, IT infrastructure management, and strategic growth of the Open Commerce API. The interaction with the API allows developers to create unique shopping experiences using outside web functionalities. The library was built with Sphinx, a Python documentation generator, and shared on ReadtheDocs. Developers can edit on GitHub.