Lightning for Commerce distribution provides simply integration with Acquia Commerce Manager.
Acquia Lightning for Commerce distribution is built on the top of popular Drupal Lightning. We're focusing on providing effortless way for testing Acquia Commerce Manager.
The preferred way to install Acquia Lightning for Commerce is using our Composer-based project template. It's easy!
$ composer self-update $ composer create-project acquia/lightning-commerce-project MY_PROJECT
If you don't want to use Composer, you can install Acquia Lightning for Commerce the traditional way by downloading a tarball from Acquia Lightning for Commerce's GitHub releases page. (Please note that the tarball generated by Drupal.org's packager does not include required Composer dependencies and should not be used without following the special instructions found there.)
From version 1.6.0, we require at least PHP7.1.
Acquia Lightning for Commerce provides all feature of Drupal Lightning. Extra features are focused on seamless integration with Acquia Commerce Manager and easy set up of sales demos:
- ACM demo module - easy setup of ACM modules and demo content on the top of that.
- ACM demo theme - theming for effective presentation of all available commerce features.
- Minicart block font color is same as background color in demo theme - you can either remove theming for minicart block entirely or override it in your theme.
- For other possible issues please check Drupal Lightning.
Acquia Lightning for Commerce
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