These are chat archives for reactioncommerce/reaction

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Sep 2016
Brent Hoover
@zenweasel
Sep 12 2016 04:25
fwiw, I tried deploying to Heroku following the instructions in the docs and get the same error as other people are seeing. I tried using a different buildpack and just got a complete failure.
from a completely stock, freshly “init’ed” Reaction
Brent Hoover
@zenweasel
Sep 12 2016 04:58
I see where the buildpack is running meteor npm install but I still think it’s related to the buildpack somehow
Vigy
@vigyano
Sep 12 2016 09:57
@zenweasel when I deploy v0.14.1, it works fine in heroku. If it is buildpack issue, then it should also affect v0.14.1. any thoughts?
Brent Hoover
@zenweasel
Sep 12 2016 10:08
Those versions run on different versions of Meteor
also, other people who are not using Heroku can successfully deploy built versions of RC
I was able to build and run RC here locally (as a node app) and it ran fine
and I see failures in the buildpack scripts when I deploy
Brent Hoover
@zenweasel
Sep 12 2016 10:15
it may also have something to do with the addition of the gridfs package to the packages directory which is also something that changes from 14 -> 15
also Heroku seems to be using a different version of Node
Brent Hoover
@zenweasel
Sep 12 2016 10:21
besides that there were no major changes appwise between 14 and 15, mostly just the addition of Taxes and bug fixes
@vigyano Have you tried rolling back to versions 15.0 or 15.1?
Brent Hoover
@zenweasel
Sep 12 2016 10:59
same thing happens on 15.0 :worried:
ami-retry
@ami-retry
Sep 12 2016 15:12
Hello folks
I am trying to set up a store using reaction but I am having trouble with the localhost. Can anyone help ?
Jeremy Shimko
@jshimko
Sep 12 2016 15:13
What is the problem?
ami-retry
@ami-retry
Sep 12 2016 15:18
unable to configure proxy settings
Jeremy Shimko
@jshimko
Sep 12 2016 15:20
Not sure I understand. You shouldn't need a proxy to access localhost. You’re already there. ;)
ami-retry
@ami-retry
Sep 12 2016 15:21
I know...but that is the error msg I see.
Jeremy Shimko
@jshimko
Sep 12 2016 15:22
Can you please tell me what reaction -v outputs and copy the exact error message here?
ami-retry
@ami-retry
Sep 12 2016 15:23
Node: 4.4.7
NPM: 2.15.8
Reaction: 0.15.2
Reaction CLI: 0.4.18
working!!!....I copied the link from App running at :
Sorry...I typed the same thing in chrome and firefox but there was a proxy error.
Epifania Collection - christian orthodox priest vestments and church items
@EpifaniaCollection
Sep 12 2016 19:00
Hello!
first congratulations for the great project. I am following it for some time. I decided that it's time to try it again after 6 months.
This time for a real website
I am at the phase to integrate the login with facebook.
I've done all the steps which I found on the internet, still not able to login.
that: client_id=undefined might be the reason
can someone help with what might be the issue? Or maybe it's a different reason I get that page?
Epifania Collection - christian orthodox priest vestments and church items
@EpifaniaCollection
Sep 12 2016 20:23
solved. I was setting the appid/secret in the connect social instead of accounts login.
Aaron Judd
@aaronjudd
Sep 12 2016 23:06
:thumbsup: @EpifaniaCollection we’re going to clean that up very soon, it’s a little confusing… same issue with the google api credentials
Aesop7
@Aesop7
Sep 12 2016 23:11
is the demo down again?
We're trying to figure out why the checkout page uses a different header than the rest of Reaction
was it a UI choice?
Brent Hoover
@zenweasel
Sep 12 2016 23:30
well, generally user studies show that conversion rates are higher when, once people enter the checkout process, you provide as few choices as possible and clearly defined steps
you can see a similar approach on sites like amazon.com
Select_a_shipping_address.png
Aesop7
@Aesop7
Sep 12 2016 23:33
We were just surprised that the "headerBrand" template didn't persist to that page
totally understand that a lot of UX goes into the checkout process
Brent Hoover
@zenweasel
Sep 12 2016 23:34
Most sites drop/replace the header/branding to make the checkout as simple as possible
in the Amazon example you can contrast the header that they show everywhere else in the site compared to what they show once you have clicked “Proceed to Checkout"
Aesop7
@Aesop7
Sep 12 2016 23:37
gotchya
makes sense
Brent Hoover
@zenweasel
Sep 12 2016 23:38
obviously that may not make sense for everybody
Aesop7
@Aesop7
Sep 12 2016 23:38
which template contains the header for the checkout process?
Brent Hoover
@zenweasel
Sep 12 2016 23:39
I believe it’s header.html in the checkout plugin
the “meat” of it is in checkout.html
Aesop7
@Aesop7
Sep 12 2016 23:42
awesome, thank you