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2 hours ago, fruid said:

thanks, went for a new installation with "regular"-profile and it worked out fine.

Great!

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I am using the SnipWire module which essentially seems to work fine so far.

The following is what I need, using breadcrumbs to illustrate:

shop > product category > products

In the SnipWire demo content, clicking on "categories" in the nav I get categories, but those are categories of posts, not products.

Clicking on "Snipcart Shop" in the nav I get products, no categories.

I actually have created my own work-around with pages and subpages, copying most content of the templates snipcart-shop.php and snipcart-product.php (so to not touch the original files) which seems to work fine for the most part – more to that later 😄

However, in the product template you can choose "The categories for this product". I guess that would make more sense, maybe even be beneficial for SEO and whatnot. But when I choose any given demo category, it's not listed in that category. Like I said, that only works for posts.

The category template fetches the posts like so:

    $posts = pages()->get('/blog/')->children("categories=$page, limit=10");

Just changing this line of code to fetch its children instead is probably not the most elegant solution – since the products can be assigned to a category, I assume there must be a way to make use of that. 

Thanks for help!

Edited by kongondo
Merged your thread into SnipWire's support forum.

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On 4/24/2020 at 11:19 AM, fruid said:

However, in the product template you can choose "The categories for this product". I guess that would make more sense, maybe even be beneficial for SEO and whatnot. But when I choose any given demo category, it's not listed in that category. Like I said, that only works for posts.

The category template fetches the posts like so:


    $posts = pages()->get('/blog/')->children("categories=$page, limit=10");

Just changing this line of code to fetch its children instead is probably not the most elegant solution – since the products can be assigned to a category, I assume there must be a way to make use of that.

SnipWire provides sample templates to demonstrate how shop products could be rendered and is only thought as a starting point. Using the "Regular" site profile for displaying shop products within blog categories would not make sense as the blog articles are formatted very differently.

You would need to write your own category template for listing shop products within categories.

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I've played around with this module, thanks @Gadgetto, really impressive work. The demo was up and running in no time including registration etc… and I'be been looking for a feature-rich PW e-commerce solution for quite a while.

One question though: is it possible to link the Snipcart customer to a Processwire user?
I'm thinking of access control for membership sites.
Is there an easy way to add/remove a role depending on the subscription status?

Thanks again

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19 hours ago, Jozsef said:

One question though: is it possible to link the Snipcart customer to a Processwire user?
I'm thinking of access control for membership sites.

This is possible by using SnipWires built in hookable event handler methods!

All hookable event handler methods will return an array containing payload Snipcart sent to your endpoint. An "order completed" event also holds the detailed customers data, which can be used to generate/update a PW user.

How to use the hookable event handler methods (sample):

$webhooks->addHookAfter('handleOrderCompleted', function($event) {
    $payload = $event->return;

    $userRaw = $payload['user']; // <-- will hold the neccessary data for creating a PW user

    // ... your code here ...

}); 

PLEASE NOTE: those hooks will currently only work when placed in init.php or init() or ready() module methods!

Here is a full sample of a payload content you will get when an order is completed (look at the "user" part!):

Spoiler

{
    "discounts": [],
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        {
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            "pausingAction": "None",
            "cancellationAction": "None",
            "token": "7043e043-bb47-42c4-b7a5-646944c36e10",
            "name": "Big Schlemel Stout",
            "price": 69.9800,
            "quantity": 2,
            "fileGuid": null,
            "url": "http://pw.bitego.com/snipcart-shop/big-schlemel-stout/",
            "id": "1712",
            "initialData": "",
            "description": "Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua.",
            "categories": [
                "Beer"
            ],
            "totalPriceWithoutTaxes": 116.63,
            "weight": null,
            "image": "http://pw.bitego.com/site/assets/files/1712/beer1.65x65-hidpi.jpg",
            "originalPrice": null,
            "uniqueId": "ab692461-fce5-4a1a-8074-d152053730d0",
            "stackable": true,
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            "addedOn": "2019-11-09T06:38:34Z",
            "modificationDate": "2019-11-09T06:38:39Z",
            "shippable": true,
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            "name": "Festish Wet Warmer",
            "price": 19.9000,
            "quantity": 3,
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}

 

 

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I just installed the module and besides initially having the wrong profile (I usually go with Blank) it works great. I'm wondering though if there is support for product variants like sizes?

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On 5/27/2020 at 6:35 PM, LostKobrakai said:

I'm wondering though if there is support for product variants like sizes?

This is not yet implemented, sorry. But it’s on my list and it will be the next feature to be added.

@LostKobrakai @fruid Sorry for my stupidity, this is already implemented in a rudimentary way. You need to add the preinstalled field snipcart_item_custom_fields to your products template. This is a textarea where you can add custom configuration options for your product by using the data-item-custom*-* syntax described here: https://docs.snipcart.com/v2/configuration/custom-fields#product-custom-fields

Sample code:

data-item-custom1-name="Print label"
data-item-custom1-required="true"
data-item-custom2-name="Size"
data-item-custom2-options="Small|Medium|Large"
data-item-custom2-value="Medium"
data-item-custom3-name="Gift"
data-item-custom3-options="true|false"

As I said - this is a rudimentary way to add options to your products. As this method only allows to select/change product options after they are added to the cart, I need to find a reliable way to generate those data-item-custom*-* tags from regular ProcessWire fields so they can be selected directly on the product detail page.

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is it possible to put the custom fields on the product page instead of the snipwire-cart?

I want the users to select product options right on the product page, however the custom-fields-feature of snipwire seem to only allow adding the fields to the cart and so they are not very prominent and might fall through in the checkout for some users.

EDIT: I read above that it's already being considered, looking forward to it!

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UPDATE 2020-07-03

SnipWire 0.8.7 (beta) released!

This update fixes some small bugs and adds an indicator for TEST mode:

  • Added ProcessWire notice to flag SnipWire TEST mode
  • Updated exchangerates API to handle unsupported currencies
  • All modules and class files are now using ProcessWire's classLoader
  • Fixed badges display when no refunds possible (in order details - refunds form)
  • Fixed a page select problem with custom cart fields
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Hello @Gadgetto, thank you so much for this brilliant integration. It looks superb!

I got this dreadful message in my testing:

We have not been able to validate your order. Looks like some product prices might have changed since you added them to the cart. Please review your order and try again.

I saw the earlier discussion but that didn't help. As you specified in the module setup, Domain Setup is Snipcart's domain configuration. Here they describe what it does, but what can I put when I am testing it locally?

I guess this is not correct:1385818789_Screenshot2020-07-23at11_11_25.thumb.png.e97d58baea849c06be19444eb71190d5.png

Looking forward to fire up the shop for good! Thank you!

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@michelangelo I don't think you can test an integration like this on localhost as it is not publicly available.
Snipcart validates your products by reading the values from your website but in this case they try to connect to localhost.

I'd advise you to setup a staging server somewhere, maybe on a subdomain and it should work.

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20 minutes ago, michelangelo said:

what can I put when I am testing it locally?

localtunnel and ngrok work great in this type of scenario. They expose a public URL that proxies requests to your local dev server so external services like Snipcart get access to it.

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@d'Hinnisdaël I am working on this with ngrok right now. I am still missing something though. What would the workflow for this be?

I am trying:

1. Set up processwire and snipcart

2. Open up ngrok on port 8888 which has access to many things but from there I can reach /snipcartTest/snipcart-shop is accessible. (Could this be the problem?)

3. Copy the ngrok generated url and paste in Snipcart domain setup.

I can imagine that Snipcart cannot find my snipcart-shop page because my ngrok url is so global. In the domain setup it takes only the base domain (e.g. 1231231.ngrok.io)

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You don't need to fiddle with the ports really. Pass ngrok your local origin (localhost:8888) and then it returns an https domain without a port, i.e. on port 80. Paste that portless domain into Snipcart. That should do it. If it doesn't, it might be a problem with how you declare your product data.

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Okay, it seems clear. I am just using the SnipWire Module, I have no idea, whether I need to configure more than just the required steps in the module...

Update:
I saw that the default products from processwire are not included in the Snipwire db. I added them, but it still doesn't work.

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I tried more things

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1 hour ago, michelangelo said:

Okay, it seems clear. I am just using the SnipWire Module, I have no idea, whether I need to configure more than just the required steps in the module...

Update:
I saw that the default products from processwire are not included in the Snipwire db. I added them, but it still doesn't work.

You  need to go to your Snipcart dashboard: https://app.snipcart.com/dashboard and work through the setup steps there. After this configure SnipWire and it should work.

Especially the "Configure your domains" part is important to tell Snipcart where it can find your product pages to allow the Snipcart crawler to verify your products.

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1 hour ago, michelangelo said:

I saw that the default products from processwire are not included in the Snipwire db.

The products from your product pages will be added to the Snipcart dashboard when you save a product page within ProcessWire. But this will only work if your site is reachable from web. So within a MAMP system it doesn't work unless you provide a way to redirect requests to your internal MAMP server.

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Hello again @Gadgetto,
I managed to make it work on my dev server, unfortunately after a lot of hassle because Duplicator and Site Export didn't work (Profile not found error). Anyways, now it works.

I was wondering if I can implement Paypal payments? Is this something I need to implement or it is not yet in the module?

Thanks.
 

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31 minutes ago, michelangelo said:

I was wondering if I can implement Paypal payments? Is this something I need to implement or it is not yet in the module?

PayPal is directly supported by Snipcart. You need to have a look into your Snipcart dashboard under „Payment Gateway“.

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Aha, thanks, so it is not part of the module and I don't have to tinker with that.

Thank you again, great job on the module integration!

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7 minutes ago, michelangelo said:

Aha, thanks, so it is not part of the module and I don't have to tinker with that.

Thank you again, great job on the module integration!

Yep!

And thanks for your kind words! I have many ideas for upcoming features and to improve the quality of SnipWire.

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Haha, no worries. I am really getting into Snipcart and SnipWire. I hope it's okay to ask a few more questions the next few days.

Actually, I got one now because I am using Polish Złoty which is not parsed correctly so I get this message:

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I suppose that this comes from the Snipcart API, but then there it is formatted well... Is it because it doesn't have a currency symbol but just letters (pl)?

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Is there any demo or live project running SnipWire yet? 🙂 

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On 7/25/2020 at 8:43 PM, bernhard said:

Is there any demo or live project running SnipWire yet? 🙂 

A demo would be a bit tricky as it would require a valid Snipcart account. No final live project on my side so far ...

I'm sure there are some developers here which already have a Snipcart shop to show. 🙂

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