What about OB Client feature that provide interface to install, process and display third party extensions?
I have a lot of thinks which would be nice to have in the client interface. Not all features for wide audience but may be interesting for part of them. For example, I want to interact with third-party API to get OB profile onlines, uptimes, merchant countries from, etc. Not by using any core patches but as extension implementation that can be removed or replaced using UI.
OB client may include pre-defined module positions, event tools and finally - an extension catalog, as it implemented in Atom.
Also, extensions support allow to install and test newest updates between OB Client releases. The motivation for developers to made free and commercial solutions. OB1 may charge marketplace fee from sales as additional fund source, etc.
I will glad to help with implementation, just let me know.
I noticed I can create a "New Configuration" in the OB app by supplying a server IP, username, and password.
I have a Haven store on my phone. When I share my haven store, it goes to OpenBazaar.com anyways.
Seems like I should be able to manage my haven storefront with the windows app as it's the same back end for both, but with different front ends.
But based on my searches, I'm guessing, no?
It would be nice to have listings import feature in the local OB Client as many merchants use eCommerce platforms which contain over 1000 listings. So manual listings management is almost impossible.
So have created a patch, that make it possible to import listings from the websites feeds presented in the JSON format as it specified in the Official documentation. Just image hashes was replaced to URL. No more remote node required to sync listings using server side. No firewall issues. Simplest for CMS extension developers.
If you're interested in that work, please join this issue on GitHub or leave your comments here.
Try it - for testers only. Latest openbazaar-go version required.
Let's improve OpenBazaar together!