Web Storefront Integration with REST API

Web Storefront Integration with REST API

Self-Paced: for anyone responsible for implementing Zuora within their organization.

About this course

This course is designed for those responsible for implementing Zuora within your organization, including developers and other technical personnel. 

By the end of this course, you'll be able to:
• Explain why REST is used for web storefront integration
• Explain the process of integrating a web storefront with Zuora data
• List the key components of a web storefront
• Identify the calls associated with the key components of a web storefront
• List the most common use cases related to building your web storefront
• Make a REST call with Postman
• Explain what CORS is and when it is used

Prerequisites: 
•  Basics of Zuora's REST API
•  Basics of Product Catalog

The course is broken down as shown:

Module 1
Review of Zuora's REST API
Topic 1: Introduction
Topic 2: An Overview of Using APIs to Build a Web Storefront
Topic 3: Reasons to use REST API to Integrate a Web Storefront

Module 2
Setting Up an Integration in Zuora
Topic 1: Integrating a Web Storefront with Zuora’s REST API
Topic 2: Setting Up Key Components of a Web Storefront in Zuora
Topic 3: Using REST to Retrieve the Product Catalog
Topic 4: Setting Up a Payment Page
Topic 5: Integrating Zuora Customer Accounts with Your Web Storefront
Topic 6: Integrating Zuora Subscriptions with Your Web Storefront
Check Your Understanding I

Module 3
Performing Integrations
Topic 1: Making the REST Call
Topic 2: Using CORS to Transfer Sensitive Customer Data

Module 4
Common Use Cases Associated with Integrating Your Web Storefront
Overview
Use Case 1: Getting a Product Catalog
Use Case 2: Creating a Customer Account
Use Case 3: Getting a Customer Account
Use Case 4: Entering Credit Card Info in a Secure Way
Use Case 5: Viewing an Existing Invoice
Check Your Understanding II 

Module 5
Course Summary
Course Summary
Completed Objectives
Next Steps

Course30 minutes

  • Module 1
  • Review of Zuora's REST API

    Topic 1: Introduction
    Topic 2: An Overview of Using APIs to Build a Web Storefront
    Topic 3: Reasons to use REST API to Integrate a Web Storefront

  • Module 2
  • Setting Up an Integration in Zuora

    Topic 1: Integrating a Web Storefront with Zuora’s REST API
    Topic 2: Setting Up Key Components of a Web Storefront in Zuora
    Topic 3: Using REST to Retrieve the Product Catalog
    Topic 4: Setting Up a Payment Page
    Topic 5: Integrating Zuora Customer Accounts with Your Web Storefront
    Topic 6: Integrating Zuora Subscriptions with Your Web Storefront

  • Check Your Understanding I
  • Module 3
  • Performing Integrations

    Topic 1: Making the REST Call
    Topic 2: Using CORS to Transfer Sensitive Customer Data

  • Module 4
  • Common Use Cases Associated with Integrating Your Web Storefront

    Overview
    Use Case 1: Getting a Product Catalog
    Use Case 2: Creating a Customer Account
    Use Case 3: Getting a Customer Account
    Use Case 4: Entering Credit Card Info in a Secure Way
    Use Case 5: Viewing an Existing Invoice

  • Check Your Understanding II
  • Module 5
  • Course Summary

    Course Summary
    Completed Objectives

  • Course Rating
  • Next Steps

About this course

This course is designed for those responsible for implementing Zuora within your organization, including developers and other technical personnel. 

By the end of this course, you'll be able to:
• Explain why REST is used for web storefront integration
• Explain the process of integrating a web storefront with Zuora data
• List the key components of a web storefront
• Identify the calls associated with the key components of a web storefront
• List the most common use cases related to building your web storefront
• Make a REST call with Postman
• Explain what CORS is and when it is used

Prerequisites: 
•  Basics of Zuora's REST API
•  Basics of Product Catalog

The course is broken down as shown:

Module 1
Review of Zuora's REST API
Topic 1: Introduction
Topic 2: An Overview of Using APIs to Build a Web Storefront
Topic 3: Reasons to use REST API to Integrate a Web Storefront

Module 2
Setting Up an Integration in Zuora
Topic 1: Integrating a Web Storefront with Zuora’s REST API
Topic 2: Setting Up Key Components of a Web Storefront in Zuora
Topic 3: Using REST to Retrieve the Product Catalog
Topic 4: Setting Up a Payment Page
Topic 5: Integrating Zuora Customer Accounts with Your Web Storefront
Topic 6: Integrating Zuora Subscriptions with Your Web Storefront
Check Your Understanding I

Module 3
Performing Integrations
Topic 1: Making the REST Call
Topic 2: Using CORS to Transfer Sensitive Customer Data

Module 4
Common Use Cases Associated with Integrating Your Web Storefront
Overview
Use Case 1: Getting a Product Catalog
Use Case 2: Creating a Customer Account
Use Case 3: Getting a Customer Account
Use Case 4: Entering Credit Card Info in a Secure Way
Use Case 5: Viewing an Existing Invoice
Check Your Understanding II 

Module 5
Course Summary
Course Summary
Completed Objectives
Next Steps

Course30 minutes

  • Module 1
  • Review of Zuora's REST API

    Topic 1: Introduction
    Topic 2: An Overview of Using APIs to Build a Web Storefront
    Topic 3: Reasons to use REST API to Integrate a Web Storefront

  • Module 2
  • Setting Up an Integration in Zuora

    Topic 1: Integrating a Web Storefront with Zuora’s REST API
    Topic 2: Setting Up Key Components of a Web Storefront in Zuora
    Topic 3: Using REST to Retrieve the Product Catalog
    Topic 4: Setting Up a Payment Page
    Topic 5: Integrating Zuora Customer Accounts with Your Web Storefront
    Topic 6: Integrating Zuora Subscriptions with Your Web Storefront

  • Check Your Understanding I
  • Module 3
  • Performing Integrations

    Topic 1: Making the REST Call
    Topic 2: Using CORS to Transfer Sensitive Customer Data

  • Module 4
  • Common Use Cases Associated with Integrating Your Web Storefront

    Overview
    Use Case 1: Getting a Product Catalog
    Use Case 2: Creating a Customer Account
    Use Case 3: Getting a Customer Account
    Use Case 4: Entering Credit Card Info in a Secure Way
    Use Case 5: Viewing an Existing Invoice

  • Check Your Understanding II
  • Module 5
  • Course Summary

    Course Summary
    Completed Objectives

  • Course Rating
  • Next Steps