Liquid ships with approximately 45 official filters that are built-in. We've added support for custom filters in Dropkiq to help you meet your customer's needs.
Yesterday, we officially announced that Dropkiq now supports suggestions for Liquid Filters. You can check that out here if you missed it. Today, we are upping our game once again. Now, we can also support any custom filters you may be using!
Liquid ships with approximately 45 official filters that are built in. However, you may find yourself needing functionality that is not packaged with Liquid by default. In fact, Shopify themselves (the creators of Liquid) have added many custom Liquid Filters to Shopify to extend Liquid to meet their needs. Liquid is flexible enough to allow you to define your own filters, which allows you to format your output to meet your customer's needs.
Registering your custom Liquid Filters with Dropkiq has two main advantages:
Take a look at our Custom Filter Suggestions documentation to get a better idea of how you can take full advantage of this new feature. Or, see this new feature in action on CodePen now!
A before and after look at the end user experience of writing Liquid expressions with and without Dropkiq.