API Updates for May 5, 2022API Increased the limit of metafields allowed on each object per client ID from 50 to 250 on all object types ( Brands, Category, Products, Variants, Orders) that support metafields. Added the ability to add, update, or delete an SSL
API Update for April 28, 2022API Added the ability to apply a manual discount using the Checkout Discounts endpoint. Developer Blog Improve Storefront Performance: Updated Product Image Fetching using GraphQL Best Practices
API Announcement for April 14, 2022API Added a rate limit to the Add Gift Certificate to Checkout endpoint.
API Update and Announcement for April 7, 2022Checkout Added new endpoints, Get Checkout Settings and Update Checkout Settings, to allow for updating a checkout loader script URL via API. Developer Blog The BigCommerce Order Confirmation Page is Newly Customizable What’s New for
API Updates and Announcements for March 31, 2022API Added form fields values to Customers POST, Customers PUT, Customer Addresses POST, and Customer Addresses PUT endpoints. Multi-Storefront is now available! See the Multi-Storefront API Guide for details.
API Updates and Announcements for March 17, 2022API Added support to allow the gift wrapping option to be managed via Server-to-Server Cart API. Added Create a Customer Address and Update a Customer address endpoints to resolve duplication behavior for customer addresses in the Customer
API Update for March 3, 2022API The Pages v3 API now offers bulk create and bulk update operations. Developer Blog What’s New for Merchants in February?
API Updates and Announcements for February 24, 2022API Added new endpoint: Update Customer Messages Added new limits: Checkout V3- 50 character limit for coupon codes Marketing V2- 250 character limit for messages Orders V2- 65535 character limit for order shipment comments Orders V3- 50
Upcoming changes to HTTP header casingInfrastructural changes to BigCommerce over the next 2 weeks may result in some HTTP headers being returned as lowercase which previously had a mixture of uppercase and lowercase characters. For example, HTTP header names such as