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JavaScript & Node.js SDKs for the Moltin eCommerce API

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Moltin React.JS SDK

The Moltin React SDK is a simple to use interface for the Moltin eCommerce API to help you get off the ground quickly and efficiently within client and server applications. moltin-react is a React-friendly derivation of Moltin's js-sdk package that makes full use of React's feature set.

📚 API v1 docs — 📚 API v2 (pre-release) docs — 📚 moltin.com

Pre-Release Notice

This package is generally functional but does not currently have full code coverage. Endpoints currently available are:

API v1/v2

  • Brands
  • Cart
  • Categories
  • Collections
  • Currencies
  • Gateways
  • Orders
  • Products

API v1

  • Settings
  • Modifiers - available via Moltin.Products
  • Customers
  • Addresses
  • Taxes
  • Shipping
  • Promotions
  • Flows
  • Entries
  • Fields
  • Email Templates
  • Webhooks
  • Images

API v2

  • Files

Installation

npm install --save moltin-react

Usage

Option A: MoltinClient

import { MoltinClient } from 'moltin-react';

const Moltin = MoltinClient({
  clientId: 'XXX'
});

// Authenticate the client
Moltin.Authenticate().then((response) => {
  console.log('authenticated', response);
});

Option B: generic constructor

moltin-react exports a named object with the above MoltinClient instantiator, as well as an uninstantiated Moltin class, so the client can also be instantiated as a constructor:


import moltin from 'moltin-react'; // NOTE: unnamed import

const Moltin = new moltin({
  clientId: 'XXX'
});

// same as option A from here on out

Moltin.Authenticate().then((response) => {
  console.log('authenticated', response);
});

Note: This requires a Moltin account.

Once created, Moltin in the above example conforms to the standard Moltin JS documentation. Check out the Moltin wiki to learn more about authenticating and the available endpoints.

Configuration

On creation, either of the above options takes an identical configuration object, which requires only clientId (see Authentication) but which can accept any of the following:

FORMAT: /* <key> // [<default value>], <comment> */
{

  clientId, // required
  clientSecret, // API Secret. Don't utilize unless you're rendering on server.
  currency,
  debug, // [false]
  language, // [false]
  version // ['v1'], API version; also accepts 'v2', which, again, is currently unavailable.
}

Troubleshooting

If you're using webpack, you'll need to add the following to webpack.config.js or webpack configuration equivalent:

node: {
  fs: 'empty'
}

This is a temporary patch and will eventually be replaced with a more react-friendly alternative (see Roadmap).

Roadmap

As previously stated, moltin-react is pre-release but still usable. Here's what's coming down the pike:

  • full API v1 support
  • flux/redux integration
  • roll-your-own storage manager
  • separation of localStorage into modular storage engine
  • higher-order components

Development

The SDK is built with ES6 modules that are bundled into Node and browser compatible files using Rollup.

If you want to roll your own bundle, or make changes to any of the modules in src, then you'll need to install the package dependencies and build the dist files.

npm install
npm run build

You can learn more about Rollup, the API and configuration here.

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