@patrys I did. I do have a vague idea on how it needs to be built but my question is more of how do I test if it's working? I clone the django-payments repo and make the required changes but how do I ensure it's working? Firstly, I'd like to test it within the repo itself and then push the changes to my fork. How do I go forward from there and integrate it with Saleor to test? Would you please guide me through that?
@simanto604newscred Hi, that's exactly our priority at the moment. We're building a new dashboard in React in parallel with GraphQL API. It's still under heavy development, but if you're interested you can take a look at dashboard-2.0 branch where we're merging changes. Our estimate is to have the first MVP in June/July this year.
Eventually we want to have the API that is universal and allows to access all models and perform all common shop operations through migrations.
@smzhao Hi, Saleor doesn't support themes yet. We provide Django templates written in latest Bootstrap for the storefront, which I believe are easy to customize if you're familiar with HTML and SCSS.
@karanrajpal14 If the gateway you’re working on provides a sandbox then I suggest starting with reporting transactions in that sandbox. You can put your backend in a separate directory and configure a project like Saleor to use it, this would give you realistic data to play with. Then I’d suggest to work on testing in isolation with pre-recorded API responses (not calling an actual gateway), you can either do this manually with mocks or use a project like VCR.py.