kandi X-RAY | spree Summary
kandi X-RAY | spree Summary
Spree is a headless open source e-commerce platform for global brands. It was started by Sean Schofield and is now developed by Spark Solutions. We're open to contributions.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Remove a shipping item from the given package
- Declare a preference for a given preference
- Applies users to the user
- Retrieve a value from the cache if it exists
- Sets the value of a single option .
- Returns an array of eligible rules for the given rule .
- Persist the given preference .
- Delete this preference .
- Creates a new image for the specified image .
- Creates an image .
spree Key Features
spree Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on spree
In my model, I have multiple has_one associations like...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-24 at 08:34
Try extracting the common attributes, something like
Trying to integrate v3 intents , followed the readme but i keep getting thoses errors on js side :...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-27 at 03:20
i've posted an issue to the gem's repo.
To make it works i had to add routes in my main app's route.rb :
post '/stripe/confirm_payment', to: 'stripe#confirm_payment'
# payment intents routes:
post '/stripe/create_intent', to: 'solidus_stripe/intents#create_intent'
post '/stripe/create_payment', to: 'solidus_stripe/intents#create_payment'
# payment request routes:
post '/stripe/shipping_rates', to: 'solidus_stripe/payment_request#shipping_rates'
post '/stripe/update_order', to: 'solidus_stripe/payment_request#update_order'
would not recommend this gem .
I have a Ruby on Rails web application (deployed on Google App Engine) using Spree/Solidus core, which is connected to Google Cloud Storage for file storage. We have an admin dashboard for our app where we can upload images related to objects and we have a webpage in which we show those images. The images show up at first when we recently deployed the project, but they fail to show up after a while! We get the following 400 error for the images shown on the console:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-18 at 15:02
There are multiple things you can check in order to make sure your images are correctly being allowed to be shared publicly. The first one would be to enable Bucket Uniform Level Access. This type of access is general for all the objects in your bucket instead of per-object ACLs, and the objects should be set for public access. The next thing to verify is whether the image URLs are being correctly created for public viewing, according to the documentation, the URLs should be in this format:
If your URL has a long string of data, it could be that you are using signed URLs on your website. These URLs have an expiration date, which could explain why they seem to have worked at first and then they stopped showing up for the public. In the ActiveStorage documentation, it says that the
config/storage.yml file will default to private access by creating signed URLs:
By default, Active Storage assumes private access to services. This means generating signed, single-use URLs for blobs. If you'd rather make blobs publicly accessible, specify public: true in your app's config/storage.yml
This related SO thread also talks about URLs expiring and Signed URLs.
I am building a Rails/Spree eCommerce app, and using the test repo, which sets up with docker compose (bin/setup) and Postgres, I get error that is wrong version of docker-compose but in fact I have the same version installed see bash output below....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-02 at 07:37
There 2 concepts here:
- docker-compose version:
This means the version of
docker-compose script itself, e.g.
1.29.2 you have.
- Compose file format version:
This means the file format version defined in
3.8, so for you, you need to use
file format version something like
Details refers here
I'm new in ruby on rails and Solidus. I created my project by following this guide: https://guides.solidus.io/developers/getting-started/first-time-installation.html
Then, I want to change my default currency from "USD" to "AUD" in config/initializers/spree.rb
config.currency = "AUD" )
Please help.(Tried restart server but same)
Ruby version: ruby '3.0.2'
Solidus version: "solidus", "~> 3.0"
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-28 at 12:21
Solved by using the following code:
Background & Problem
I am trying to web scrape links to articles from a news webpage. I've done a nested find_all and I've managed to get the 'a href' sections, but this also includes info I don't require like article name.
What I need Help with
I've searched several articles on SO such as this. But none seem to work for my specific case. Does Anyone know how I can create a list of just news article links?
My code so far...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-25 at 05:23
I have a solution that follows the paradigm of Spree/Solidus, which encapsulate permitted params. It is not in my power to change it but to follow suit. However, I am having a problem I cant reproduce which is undefined local variable or method `permitted_task_attributes’ for #Api::V1::TasksController:0x0000000000b7c0.
Below is the code:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-21 at 13:17
So, I have moved strong_parameters.rb out of
/lib and moved it to controller concerns. I alos moved permitted_atrributes.rb out of
/lib directory too. I then include strong_parameters.rb in the tasks_controller.rb e.g.
The problem is that the controller didn't recognize the
permitted_task_attributes method in the strong_parameters.rb and it throws an error.
As far as I know I can use three types of api with Spree. I only take the products as example.
I don't see any differences in the response between above 3 apis. It is so confusing.
Another confusion is when it comes to multi store Spree site, there is another version of api 4. http://127.0.0.1:3000/api/v2/storefront/products It returns the products only registered in current storefront.
Suppose I want to retrieve the products which belongs to other stores? Some suggests to use store_id= parameter but it doesn't work at all.
And how can I get the store where the products belong to from the 1-3 api result. Anybody can help?
I use these spree versions, which I don't think much related to the issue. gem 'spree', '3.7.2' gem 'spree_gateway', '3.7.4' gem 'spree_core', '3.7.2' gem 'spree_api', '3.7.2'...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-15 at 17:26
With Spree 4.2 Multi-Store support is out of the box. Each store has its own URL which you set in Admin Panel UI, eg.
- Store A: canada.example.com
- Store B: europe.example.com
So if you want to query products from Store A you need to use:
I have this simple Apache vhost, it's the only one enabled:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-26 at 10:34
Found the problem.
Rails recently started sending a
Link header with all assets so the browser can preload them. See this PR.
The problem is that in development that header can get pretty big (as was the case with my admin page). Puma worked fine with the giant header, but Apache was truncating the headers to 8 KiB (of which 7.58 was the truncated
Link header) and not sending a complete response, hence the missing
I simply disabled the feature in Rails (see this PR) by adding this to
spree gem installed successfully. I don't need
spree_frontend. Here is the
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-10 at 18:24
As the errors states,
Spree::BaseController is not defined within your app - it is defined in the
spree-core gem. If you re-create the filepath to the base controller locally, that is
app/controllers/spree/, and copy and paste the code from the controller into a local
base_controller.rb, you can edit it and add custom functionality.
Note that it will still inherit from the
ApplicationController, but you can place any of the code you wanted to put in the
ApplicationController into here and have your classes inherit from
Spree::BaseContoller and the effect will be the same.
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