We would like to announce our newest plugin - Fedex Packing Slip generator. It's superb plugin, which will improve your shipments management. You are able to generate packing slips to your shipments just with one click.
You are able to generate packing slips for many different types of packages.
Features of plugin:
The first two nopCommerce Days conferences were held in Amsterdam, during the last one, you were able to visit New York. Can you predict where will be the annual conference in this year?
Yes! That's it. nopCommerce Team, nopCommerce solution partners, users and store owners will meet in Las Vegas!
More speakers announced at the beginning. Except Andrei, CEO of nopCommerce, you will hear a speech coming from:
- Sam Mallikarjuan - HubSpot
- Jeffrey Fritz - Microsoft
- Scott Addie - Microsoft
- Steve Smith - Ardalis
You will meet also another 25+ e-commerce experts.
Date: 8th-9th November, 2018
Where: Las Vegas, USA
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
What you can get from the conference?
- Establish relationships
- Learn new technologies
- Get new customers
- Share your success story or knowledge
As you may know, from the beginning we are supporting the nopCommerce Days, in the Amsterdam and New York you probably heard our speech about Integrating nopCommerce with SAP Business One and Implementing nopCommerce mobile app.
Create Google app
We need to create a new Google app on Google API console. Navigate to https://console.developers.google.com/projectselector/apis/library and log in using your Google account. If you do not have a Google account, you need to create one. You cannot proceed without a Google account. Once you have logged in, you will be redirected to API Manager Library page, similar to the one shown below.
Search for Google+ API in the search bar and select Google+ API from the search results. Refer to the below image
After selecting the Google+ API option, you will be redirected to a page as shown below, where you need to click on the Enable button.
You will see an “Add credentials to your project” form.
Section 1 - Find out what kind of credentials you need
Section 2 - Create an OAuth 2.0 client ID
Open the just downloaded client_id.json file and make a note of ClientId and ClientSecret field. We will need these values to configure Google authentication in our web app.