qafoolabs/bepado-demo-shop

Example shop to show implementation of bepado SDK

dev-master 2014-05-15 11:57 UTC

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Last update: 2024-02-12 02:36:45 UTC


README

This repository contains a demo shop with bepado SDK API implemented. It is integrated into a very simple shop system built with Symfony components.

Where to look?

  1. Take a look at the src/QafooLabs/DemoShop/Bepado/SimpleProductFromShop.php and SimpleProductToShop.php files. For an implementation of the two bepado SDK interfaces that you have to do in your own plugin.
  2. The folder src/QafooLabs/DemoShop/Model contains models and services related to the shop system. You will need to take a look at the BasketService.php, ProductConverter.php and ShopProductGateway.php. They contain a lot of the logic and storage related code that is necessary to work with the bepado SDK.
  3. The controller src/QafooLabs/DemoShop/Controller/SdkController.php is an example of how to setup the SDK RPC endpoint.
  4. The controller src/QafooLabs/DemoShop/Controller/ShopController.php contains the category listing, basket listing and checkout with calls to the relevant services invoking bepado SDK code.
  5. The command src/QafooLabs/DemoShopy/Command/CreateProductsCommand.php contains some random product generation code, but also uses the bepado SDK to record exports of products to bepado.

Installation

You can install this project via Composer:

composer create-project qafoolabs/bepado-demo-shop

Then you need to copy the "shops.dist.json" to "shops.json" and adjust the data. You need to get in contact with bepado@shopware.com to receive an account and api key on the Test system.

Create a database bepado_demoshop_$shop where $shop is the key in the shops array of your shops.json. Call php src/bin/demoshop demoshop:create-database to create the schema for the database.

To receive some dummy data from a remote shop, call php src/bin/demoshop demoshop:fake-product.

To create some local shop data call php src/bin/demoshop demoshop:create-products.

You can use the builtin server to run the shop:

php -S localhost:8080 web/index.php

Note: The installation and running of this shop is not supported by us. It is just meant to be a helpful resource when implementing your own plugin.