commercetools/symfony-bundle

Symfony bundle for Commercetools platform

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0.4.7 2019-03-12 14:49 UTC

README

The commercetools Symfony Bundle is a collection of Symfony bundles that ease the use of the commercetools PHP-SDK when implementing a Symfony project.

Table of contents

Pre-requisites

Composer : To install the composer go to https://getcomposer.org/doc/00-intro.md

Installation

You can either create a new Symfony project or use an existing Symfony project (ver. 3.4 and above)

Create a new Symfony project using the following command:

composer create-project symfony/skeleton <project-name>

Next, navigate to the project's directory and run the following command:

composer config extra.symfony.allow-contrib true

This automates most of the configuration using the recipes-contrib bundle from Symfony Flex.

Next, install the commercetools Symfony bundle. To do this, run the following from the command line

composer require commercetools/symfony-bundle

Alternatively, open the composer.json file, add "commercetools/symfony-bundle" to the require attribute, and run

composer install

Next, open the.env file or create a .env.local file on root directory and edit the following lines to add your credentials. You can retrieve your API client credentials from the Merchant Center under Commercetools Merchant Center > Settings > Developer Settings, when you create a new API Client. Note that for security reasons you cannot retrieve the CTP_CLIENT_SECRET for clients created in the past.

CTP_CLIENT_ID=<your client id>
CTP_CLIENT_SECRET=<your client secret>
CTP_PROJECT_KEY=<your project id>
CTP_AUTH_URL=https://auth.commercetools.com
CTP_API_URL=https://api.commercetools.com
CTP_SCOPES=<your desired scopes>

or for US region change URLs to

CTP_AUTH_URL=https://auth.commercetools.co
CTP_API_URL=https://api.commercetools.co

For more information about using .env and .env.local, see here and here

Verify configuration

To verify that your configuration works, after adding your client credentials on the .env file run the following on the command line:

bin/console commercetools:project-info

If everything is set up correctly, this should return the details of your project. For example:

Project's key: super-cool-project-4
Project's name: my eshop at commercetools
Countries: DE, US
Currencies: EUR
Languages: en
Created at: 2019-02-04T11:28:49+00:00
Messages: disabled

Usage

The commercetools Symfony bundle consists of 8 smaller bundles (The dependencies mentioned are only the additional ones, required for bundle-specific functionalities)

  • CartBundle
  • CatalogBundle
  • CtpBundle
  • CustomerBundle
    • Dependency: symfony/security-bundle
  • ReviewBundle
  • SetupBundle
    • Dependency: symfony/console
  • ShoppingListBundle
  • StateBundle
    • Dependency: symfony/console, symfony/workflow, twig/extensions

By default, CtpBundle & CustomerBundle are enabled for all environments. SetupBundle & StateBundle are only enabled for for development environments. To see which bundles are enabled and optionally enable or disable them, edit the config/bundles.php file.

Available services

The main idea is that in each Bundle there are some reusable services that you may inject directly in your app. As a generic pattern there are a couple of *Manager services, that provide related actions. So, for example in CartManager you will find helpers like getCart, createCartForUser and update. The update service returns a CartUpdateBuilder where you can dynamically build update actions. To autowire a service, for example CatalogManager, in a controller action, do the following:

<?php
namespace App\Controller;

use Commercetools\Symfony\CatalogBundle\Manager\CatalogManager;
use Symfony\Component\HttpFoundation\Response;

class MyController
{
    public function index(CatalogManager $manager)
    {
        /** @var CategoryCollection $categories */
        $categories = $manager->getCategories('en');

        return new Response(
            '<html><body>categories: '
            // handle CategoryCollection $categories
            .'</body></html>'
        );
    }
}

Services list

  • CartBundle: Provides helpers for carts, orders, payments and shipping-methods
    • CartManager
    • OrderManager
    • PaymentManager
    • ShippingMethodManager
  • CatalogBundle: Provides helpers for products, product-types, product-projections, categories, product search and facets
    • CatalogManager
    • Search
  • CtpBundle: Provides the core helpers required by the rest bundles. Includes the HTTP client factory, the custom-type-provider for handling custom-types, the locale converter, the mapper factory and the context factory
    • ClientFactory
    • ContextFactory
    • MapperFactory
    • LocaleConverter
    • CustomTypeProvider
  • CustomerBundle: Provides user and customer related features including an integrated authentication provider
    • CustomerManager
    • AuthenticationProvider
    • UserProvider
  • ReviewBundle: Provides helpers for reviews
    • ReviewManager
  • ShoppingListBundle: Provides helpers for shopping-lists
    • ShoppingListManager
  • StateBundle: Provides helpers for handling the state of LineItems, Orders, Payments, Products and Reviews. It can be configured as a workflow or as a state_machine and takes care of the transition between the states.
    • CtpMarkingStoreLineItemState
    • CtpMarkingStoreOrderState
    • CtpMarkingStorePaymentState
    • CtpMarkingStoreProductState
    • CtpMarkingStoreReviewState

Console Commands

SetupBundle and StateBundle come together with a few handy console commands. These commands automate tasks during development and allow a 2-way sync between an online project and a local configuration. To use a console command navigate to your project's directory and run

bin/console commercetools:<command-name>

Available console commands

  • SetupBundle

    • bin/console commercetools:project-info: Fetches and displays information from commercetools platform about the selected project
    • bin/console commercetools:project-apply-configuration: Save the local project configuration that resides under commercetools key, on the online commercetools platform
    • bin/console commercetools:create-custom-type: Interactive CLI to create CustomTypes on your project
    • bin/console commercetools:sync-custom-types-from-server: Saves locally the CustomTypes currently present on the online project, in the <PROJECT_DIR>/config/packages/<ENV>/custom_types.yaml file
    • bin/console commercetools:sync-custom-types-from-local: Saves or updates the CustomTypes present locally in the <PROJECT_DIR>/config/packages/<ENV>/custom_types.yaml file, on your online commercetools project
  • StateBundle

    • bin/console commercetools:set-state-machine-config: Fetches States from commercetools platform and creates a Symfony state_machine type configuration file at <PROJECT_DIR>/config/packages/<ENV>/workflow.yaml

    • bin/console commercetools:set-workflow-config: Fetches States from commercetools platform and creates a Symfony workflow type configuration file at <PROJECT_DIR>/config/packages/<ENV>/workflow.yaml

      More info on working with Symfony Workflows can be found in Symfony's documentation:

Using SDK Models in twig templates

If you are using Twig for your templating engine you can print the value of a nested attribute of any SDK Model just by referring the attribute's path and name. For example the following two are valid representations:

{{ product.masterVariant.attributes.test.value }}
{{ attribute(product.masterVariant.attributes, 'custom-attribute').value }}

Quick-start

For a more detailed quick start guide you can continue here

Disclaimer for ExampleBundle (dev)

There is an ExampleBundle provided in the repository which tries to demonstrate a sample eshop implementation making use of the other Bundles provided. This ExampleBundle is currently under development. It may includes outdated code, is not properly tested and right now is not encouraged to be used in any production environment. For now, we don't guarantee any non breaking changes. We intend to fix the problems, improve it and create a more helpful generic example.

Testing

Clone the project and navigate on the project's directory. On the command line, run

composer install --dev
./vendor/bin/phpunit

Issues

Check current issues or open a new one

Contribute

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License

This bundle is under the MIT license. See the complete license in the bundle: MIT License