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Ali
@prince1456
yeah with just running make i can access to admin and frontend
Loan Laux
@loan-laux
Regarding your changes which don’t take effect in the storefront, you’ll need to run make dev-link-example-storefront to enable dev mode on the storefront. Have you done that?
Ali
@prince1456
no
i didnt
should i stop everything and running again after running that command
Loan Laux
@loan-laux
Try it out and tell me if it works. You’ll need to restart your storefront container afterwards with docker stop <storefront-container-name> && make start-example-storefront.
Not everything, just the storefront container!
Ali
@prince1456
Thanks im trying now
Guilherme Telles
@guilhermetelles
Hello! We have a certain use case in my company. Could someone tell me if it's possible to run multiple stores within the same reaction instance? I noticed that 'shopId' is present in several graphql queries and mutations. The documentation say in some places that it is in fact a multi-store system, but nothing much except from that.
Thanks in advance!
Ali
@prince1456
I saw in the youtube video the payment has alot of options like authorize and ...
but this project has just stripe
do i need to install another plugin to have those
or its not supported it anymore
Loan Laux
@loan-laux
@prince1456 The Authorize.net plugin and some other haven’t been updated to work with the latest versions of Reaction. But yes, the Stripe integration remains supported and built-in by default. 👍🏻
Loan Laux
@loan-laux
@hanselke You can absolutetly run multiple stores with the same instance of Reaction. It will require some modifications because the admin panel is not made for that, but if you’re patient, I’m working on implementing a shop selector. You can track the progress right here: reactioncommerce/reaction-admin#93.
But apart from that, yes, the API is pretty much ready for multi-store scenarios. It was built for it from day one. The feature was just never really leveraged out of the box.
Guilherme Telles
@guilhermetelles
thank you @loan-laux ! Since the stores aren't meant to know about each other, we are planning on adapting the reaction-admin to load the user's store info.
Ali
@prince1456
the project I'm gonna work on is multi-store too I am wondering how can I approach that
@guilhermetelles please correct me if im wrong so you modify the reaction-admin to fetch data with shopId
?
Guilherme Telles
@guilhermetelles
It's already pulling data using shopId, but - someone please correct me if I'm wrong - I think it always loads the primary shop
Ali
@prince1456
are u going to run a different react-admin instance for each shop
?
Loan Laux
@loan-laux
@guilhermetelles @prince1456 The idea behind what I’m working on is that reaction-admin would load the list of shops that the current user is an admin of. If the user is an admin of multiple shops, then it will offer to choose between them. If it’s a super admin, then all of the shops will be in the list. If the user is an admin of just one shop, then the selector will be greyed out and reaction-admin will work for the user’s only shop.
In short, it will work for all cases. Right now, reaction-admin doesn’t even check which shop(s) the user is an admin of. It just assumes that the current shop is the primary shop. My PR will change this behavior and it won’t assume that anywhere.
Ali
@prince1456
do you have any estimation to finish this?
Guilherme Telles
@guilhermetelles
@prince1456 no, just one and the user's shopId would define which store to load
@loan-laux that would be perfect!
Loan Laux
@loan-laux
@prince1456 Probably a week or something. It’s not my #1 priority right now because I’m not doing it for a client, so don’t quote me on that. But I hope that it’ll be available soon.
Ali
@prince1456
oh that is great
Loan Laux
@loan-laux
If a client were to request it though, it would be done in a matter of two days. That’s my estimation at least. But right now, if I get sidetracked, it could take maybe two weeks… or whenever I get time to work on it. :)
But keep on following reactioncommerce/reaction-admin#93 for updates soon!
Ali
@prince1456
I and my company are planning to find the best technologies and frameworks for our next project. so I'm considering the reaction commerce for it.probebly we need to add a lot of customization to the platform :)
Loan Laux
@loan-laux
Nice! What are you comparing RC with?
Ali
@prince1456
and might we can help with developing the improvement of reactioncommerce
we are hardcore :) we planned to build from scratch or cusomize strapi or tinacms
Loan Laux
@loan-laux
Great! Then you’ll love Reaction. It’s not really an e-commerce platform but more of a developer framework for e-commerce apps. It’s really geared towards developers more than anything. Some people love it, and some not really. But in your case, I think it makes a lot of sense because it fits your mindset.
Fakhriddin
@softerboy
@willopez I'm getting token using browser's network analyzer in the devtools via copying Authorization in the request headers.
Loan Laux
@loan-laux
The companies I’ve seen developing successfuly on Reaction are the ones that were considering going fully custom. The ones that were comparing Reaction to Magento and WooCommerce often ended up being overwhelmed by the developer-focused aspect.
Fakhriddin
@softerboy
@loan-laux Thanks
Ali
@prince1456
do you see the reaction as multivendor or something like shopify
multistore
Loan Laux
@loan-laux

Multi-vendor would take some efforts, but realistically nothing that you wouldn’t do if you were to develop it from scratch. It will still be way faster to develop a multi-store on Reaction than to start from nothing. And that’s the goal of Reaction in the first place.

One of the reasons why multi-vendor isn’t implemented out of the box is also because not two multi-vendor projects are the same. Very often, the interpretation of how multi-vendor should work is different for everyone, because project requirements are unique. Hence why RC took this approach. The idea was to avoid frustrating people with a half-baked ready-to-use thing, and just focus on enabling developers to make it happen on their own terms easily.

Ali
@prince1456
it makes sense
hansel
@hanselke
@loan-laux thanks for your response. regarding user accounts, if a user signed up at one of my multishops, does this mean that he automatically gets an account on another multishop as well?
ie, same email/password/profile
Loan Laux
@loan-laux
@hanselke Yes, accounts are shared platform-wide. Of course, permissions can differ beween each shop (for example, someone who’s admin of one but customer in all the others). But users will get one email/password/profile for all the shops.
hansel
@hanselke
is it possible to have shops have different user accounts? maybe by having seperate hydra/identity servers?
user profiles are also in the Accounts sections, would that accept multiple repeat user emails?
Loan Laux
@loan-laux
@hanselke The architecture wasn’t really made for that in the first place, but yeah if you have separate instances then that wouldn’t be a problem.