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Backendless with Wix - Advice?!

Not sure where to put this. I am after brief advice rather than support…just general thoughts if possible from anyone who has tried Wix with Backendless…

I have built an app using appgyver’s Composer Pro that is integrated with Backendless (authorisation, several APIs, files, etc). I want a simple website to complement the app (mostly information), but crucially I would also like to sell 5 or so products related to the app, so I essentially need an ecommerce site (able take card payments and so on)…which leads me to Wix.

What I need is;
The user can log in using their app authorisation details (from the ‘Users’ table in Backendless)
Several APIs that pull data from Backendless tables that contain app user data (highest scores, activity history, and so on)
Some blog or blog-type pages that I am sure some Wix templates will have
A ‘small’ online shop which Wix definitely has…
Note the app wont be distributed via the website; Apple Store and Google Play will do that.

I figure my starting point is this document;

Any thoughts on an approach would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks
Paul

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I understand your situation in general. But could you ask specific questions with specific answers?

Regards, Dima.