Do you have
1) a Shopify store?
2) an app installed in your store?
Do you want to display that app within your store for it to look like a part of your store and be easily accessible for your customers?
Then use Shopify “App Proxy” Settings. The App Proxy setting provides an extended feature to your store. The app proxy is used to display data (or can be referred to as dynamic data). This data is from the installed Shopify app. By setting up the app proxy, you can display your app within the Shopify store. Once the app installation is done, you only have to add the app proxy and that’s it. App proxy supports Liquid pages, which are supported by the store.
To add an app proxy:
Following are the app proxy configuration.
Consider the following app proxy configuration:
• Subpath prefix: apps
• Subpath: my_app
• Proxy URL: https://my_app.com/app_proxy
When the user visits the store and navigates on https://example.myshopify.com/apps/my_app/app_path it will forward the user to the app which is hosted on https://my_app.com on route https://my_app.com/app_proxy/app_path.
This displays your Shopify apps on our store as a part of it. If you want your app to be rendered within the store, add the following code in your method.
render (layout: false, content_type: 'application/liquid')
This will render the application page within your Shopify store.