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API Extensions Reference
API Extensions Guides
Formerly known as Arc.js, you can use API Extensions to augment, replace, or customize the behavior of API microservices.
Create applications that extend the functionality of your online store and integrate with backend systems.
Add users, manage development assets, and test pre-production code in sandboxes.
The eCommerce storefront app runs your site(s), incorporates the frontend experience from your theme files, interfaces with the API, and more.
Third-party storefronts run your site(s) and manage your frontend experience through headless application integrations.
Using themes, you can completely customize the frontend experience of your Kibo eCommerce storefront.
The Kibo SDKs enable you to create robust applications using the platform and development environment of your choice.
Notifications are payloads of data that are provided by Kibo as the order progresses through fulfillment stages, and then sent to a JSON endpoint set up by the client.
Alternate versions of the standard APIs used for Curbside Delivery-only implementations of the Unified Commerce Platform.
Some implementations upgraded to Unified Commerce from a previous version of OMS can reuse their existing API requests to call new UCP endpoints.