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This is continuation for the following closed question:

Magento 2.3 Wishlist API free extension

As you can see I extremely sad about some god that closed a good question.

Well let us go again...


I need to add, and remove products from a client's wishlist via Magento REST API. But Magento 2 core code does not have it.

... Anyone can help me with free wishlist API extensions compatible with Magento 2.3 ?

I could make this by my own but it take me a couple of days coding....

Thanks.... and electricity binary bits empowered god I praise please don't close good questions again lol...

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Take a look at this commit https://github.com/manish-ip/magento2/commit/0b6127dcd39045d0aa8d119dfdd30a0b89eba2df. Use these files to create a new module but change the module namespace to something like \Magento\WishlistApi (or whatever you like really). They have also released this as a module on the Magento marketplace for $25 https://marketplace.magento.com/ipragmatech-module-ipwishlist.html if you prefer a pre-built module.

I have published a module at that can be downloaded and installed for free. To install run composer require newbury/module-wishlist-api (https://github.com/cjnewbs/module-wishlist-api). I have also submitted it to the Magento Marketplace.

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  • Great idea :) I had seen the module but the idea is so simple that it didn't seem right charging for the module. Nov 30, 2020 at 13:31
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    If you don't need it for a day or 2 I am actually working on a module from scratch to provide full (working with configurable and bundle products for example) wishlist functionality via the API. It does seem crazy there isn't a module for it. I will be releasing it via GitHub, Packagist and the Magento Marketplace. When I publish it I'll update my answer with a link to each location.
    – Craig
    Nov 30, 2020 at 13:34
  • I am a Magento developer, if you need help to get it faster let me know and we can work together on a git. Dec 1, 2020 at 0:31
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    @GustavoUlyssea Answer updated with free module on Packagist & GitHub
    – Craig
    Dec 6, 2020 at 17:39

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