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apollinaire:vulcan-crisp v0.0.1

Plugin to integrate Crisp to a Vulcan app.

What this does

Currently, the following features are supported:

  • one line to integrate crisp to your Vulcan app
  • automatic setting of username and email based on Vulcan's authentication
  • By default, Crisp is only included in production mode, but you can easily change this behaviour

What this does not do

  • all the other features offered by the Crisp SDK, including restoring session with a token.


To use this plugin you must retrieve your Crisp Website Id, from your subscription to Crisp.

The Website Id can be found after window.CRISP_WEBSITE_ID= in the HTML integration section on It looks like 253cd617-5a8f-4963-85b3-77ab91687196. Once you have it, you can add it to your public settings in your project's settings.json file:

  "public": {
    "crispId": "253cd617-5a8f-4963-85b3-77ab91687196"

Once this is done, you can run:

meteor add apollinaire:vulcan-crisp

or manually add the line apollinaire:vulcan-crisp to your .meteor/packages file.

The package uses [react-helmet]( to inject javascript, but normally it should already be a dependency of Vulcan so you don't have to install anything more.


The plugin uses Vulcan's registerComponent to register a component named Crisp. To add the chatbox to your page, you can add the following code to the layout you are using:

import { Components } from 'meteor/vulcan:core';

// inside your layout component

<Components.Crisp />

By default, the component only includes Crisp on production. To change this behaviour, you can add the showOnDebug prop to the component:

<Components.Crisp showOnDebug />


PRs and issues are welcome, but I don't have time to develop awesome features myself.


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