spryker/b2c-demo-shop-internal

Spryker B2C Marketplace Demo Shop

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Description

Spryker B2C Demo Marketplace is a collection of Spryker B2C-specific marketplace features. It suits most projects as a starting point of development and can be used to explore Spryker.

B2C Demo Marketplace quick start

This section describes how to get started with the B2C Demo Marketplace quickly.

For detailed installation instructions, see Install Spryker.

Prerequisites

For full installation prerequisites, see one of the following:

Recommended system requirements for MacOS:

Macbook type vCPU RAM
15' 4 6GB
13' 2 4GB

Install the B2C Demo Marketplace

  1. Create a project folder and clone the B2C Demo Marketplace and the Docker SDK:
mkdir spryker-b2c-marketplace && cd spryker-b2c-marketplace
git clone https://github.com/spryker-shop/b2c-demo-marketplace.git ./
git clone git@github.com:spryker/docker-sdk.git docker
  1. Set up a desired environment:

Set up a development environment

  1. Bootstrap the docker setup:
docker/sdk boot deploy.dev.yml
  1. If the command you've run in the previous step returned instructions, follow them.

  2. Build and start the instance:

docker/sdk up
  1. Switch to your branch, re-build the application with assets and demo data from the new branch:
git checkout {your_branch}
docker/sdk boot -s deploy.dev.yml
docker/sdk up --build --assets --data

Depending on your requirements, you can select any combination of the following up command attributes. To fetch all the changes from the branch you switch to, we recommend running the command with all of them:

  • --build - update composer, generate transfer objects, etc.
  • --assets - build assets
  • --data - get new demo data

You've set up your Spryker B2C Demo Marketplace and can access your applications.

Set up a production-like environment

  1. Bootstrap the docker setup:
docker/sdk boot -s
  1. If the command you've run in the previous step returned instructions, follow them.

  2. Build and start the instance:

docker/sdk up
  1. Switch to your branch in one of the following ways:
  • Switch to your brunch, re-build the application with assets and demo data from the new branch:
git checkout {your_branch}
docker/sdk boot -s
docker/sdk up --assets --data
  • Light git checkout:
git checkout {your_branch}
docker/sdk boot -s

docker/sdk up

Depending on your requirements, you can select any combination of the following up command attributes. To fetch all the changes from the branch you switch to, we recommend running the command with all of them:

  • --build - update composer, generate transfer objects, etc.
  • --assets - build assets
  • --data - get new demo data
  1. Reload all the data:
docker/sdk clean-data && docker/sdk up && docker/sdk console q:w:s -v -s

You've set up your Spryker B2C Demo Marketplace and can access your applications.

Troubleshooting installation of the B2C Demo Marketplace

This section describes the most common issues related to the installation of the B2C Demo Marketplace.

For a complete troubleshooting, see Troubleshooting Spryker installation issues.

when

You get unexpected application behavior or errors.

then

  1. Check the state of the directory:
git status
  1. If there are untracked files (returned in red), and they are not necessary, remove them.

  2. Restart file synchronization and rebuild the codebase:

docker/sdk trouble
docker/sdk boot -s deploy.dev.yml
docker/sdk up --build --assets

when You do not see the expected demo data on the Storefront.

then

  1. Open the queue broker and wait until all the queues are empty.

  2. If the queues are empty, and the issue persists, reload the demo data:

docker/sdk trouble
docker/sdk boot -s deploy.dev.yml
docker/sdk up --build --assets --data

Contributing to the repository

For contribution guidelines, see Code contribution guide.