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readme.md

Epic Commerce JS plugin

NO SPEAK ENGLISH ? NO PROBLEM, CLICK HERE

FULL API DOC HERE

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Build ecommerce websites with the Epic commerce toolkit

Navigation

  1. Setup
  2. Initialization
  3. Access cart
  4. Access Wishlist
  5. Performing checkout
  6. HTML UI
    1. Item UI
  7. Additional customization
  8. User management
  9. Inventory object
  10. User management
  11. JS RESTful functions
  12. Eval customer metric
  13. Record user interest
  14. REST API
  15. One click checkout
  16. Credit card management
  17. Location management
  18. User data manipulation
  19. Social media SSO

Updates

  • User login support.
  • Wishlist Sharing.
  • Social media SSO support.
  • One Click checkout.
  • User credit card management.
  • User address management ( Locations ).
  • Multiple currency support.

Requirements

  • Inventory JS requires jQuery 1.9+.
  • Epic Commerce account

Setup

Install via bower

	bower install epic-commerce

Install via npm

	npm install epic-commerce

Download this repository, unzip it and move it to your website root.

<script type="text/javascript" src="/your/path/inventory.min.js"></script>

Or host this one with Orkiv :

<script type="text/javascript" src="https://www.orkiv.com/i/inventory.js"></script>

Initialize the class with the following code. Replace accountid with your actual account ID and frontendkey with a valid JS Key generated for your account. You can access all of this information under the settings section of your account within Epic commerce.

The variable 'itemid' is used throughout this document. It refers to any of your items' id.

Initialization

The snippet below initializes the class

<script>
$inventory = new Inventory('accountid', 'frontendkey');
</script>

Cart

Cart Object

Cart object is an entry of an item within a user's cart.

Cart Object { id : "itemid", 
quantity: 0,
variations:['variation'] }

$inventory.Cart()

This will retrieve the current user's cart objects.

$inventory.Cart(itemid,quantity,variations ) or

$inventory.addCart(itemid,quantity,variations )

This will add an item to the current user's cart. *Variations is an array of strings used to add specifications to your products on checkout

$inventory.RemoveFromCart(itemid)

This will remove an item from the current user's cart.

$inventory.RemoveFromCart()

This will remove all items from the current user's cart.

Wishlist

Wishlist Object

Wishlist object is an entry of an item within a user's Wishlist.

Wishlist Object { id : "itemid", 
variations:['variation'] }

$inventory.Wishlist()

This will retrieve the current user's Wishlist objects.

$inventory.Wishlist(itemid,variations )

This will add an item to the current user's Wishlist.

$inventory.RemoveFromWishlist(itemid)

This will remove an item from the current user's Wishlist.

$inventory.RemoveFromWishlist()

This will remove all items from the current user's Wishlist.

Checkout

There two approaches to performing a checkout.

The first approach is using the function '$inventory.Buy('itemid',1,['variation'])'

$inventory.Buy('itemid',1,['variation'])

This will open a checkout modal with the item currently specified.

The second approach is by performing a checkout of the items within the current user's cart.

$inventory.Checkout()

This will open a checkout modal with the current items within the current user's cart.

Drop in UI

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$inventory once initialized can be accessed via html elements. This enables quick manipulation of the current user's data without any additional JS.

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Item ui

Item UI's allow for easy placement of item customization controls. This function will place the following ui in the desired location. The UI will handle item customizations and checkout options. enter image description here

Item images

Place your item images with this function.

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Add to cart

Adds the specified item to the current user's cart.

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<button onclick="$inventoryStandard.Cart('itemid',1,['variations'])" data-id="itemid" data-link="cart" class="sync-orkivinv sync-dynamic" ><i class="fa fa-shopping-cart"></i> Add to cart</button>

Buy

Opens a checkout window for the specified item.

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<button onclick="$inventoryStandard.Buy('itemid',1,['variations'])" data-id="itemid"  class="sync-orkivinv" ><i class="fa fa-credit-card"></i> Buy</button>

Checkout Cart

Displays the checkout page without the user being able to update their cart.

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<button onclick="$inventoryStandard.ShowCart()" class="sync-orkivinv" ><i class="fa fa-shopping-cart"></i> Checkout</button>

Checkout

Opens the current user's cart.

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<button onclick="$inventoryStandard.Checkout()" class="sync-orkivinv" ><i class="fa fa-shopping-cart"></i> Checkout</button>

Wishlist

Adds the specified item to the current user's Wishlist.

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<button onclick="$inventoryStandard.Cart('itemid',['variations'])" data-id="itemid" data-link="cart" class="sync-orkivinv sync-dynamic" ><i class="fa fa-bars"></i> Wishlist</button>

Subscribe

Subscribes the current user to the specified serviceID

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  <button onclick="$inventoryStandard.BuyService('serviceID')" class="sync-orkivinv" ><i class="fa fa-circle"></i> Subscribe</button>

Combo boxes

Combo boxes come with explicit user defined quantity.

Add to cart

Sets the cart entry of this item to the specified amount by the user.

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<div class="inventory-form-group" data-type="cart" data-id="itemid">
     <input min="0" type="number" data-isf="amt" placeholder="Amount" />
     <button onclick="$inventoryStandard.ExplicitCart('itemid',['variation'])" class="sync-orkivinv" ><i class="fa fa-shopping-cart"></i></button>
</div>

Buy

Opens a checkout window with the specified user quantity

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<div class="inventory-form-group" data-type="buy" data-id="itemid">
     <input min="0" type="number" data-isf="amt" placeholder="Amount" />
     <button onclick="$inventoryStandard.ExplicitCart('itemid',['variation'])" class="sync-orkivinv" ><i class="fa fa-shopping-cart"></i></button>
</div>

Additional Drop in support

Display editable user cart

Inventory.prototype.Checkout()

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Display editable user Wishlist

Inventory.prototype.ShowWishlist()

enter image description here To display an editable view of your user's wish list.

Inventory Object

Additional initializations :

Inventory(accountid, jstoken,alerts,syncdynamic)

Parameters :

accountid is your account id obtained from the settings section within your epic commerce portal

jstoken is your front end key obtained from the settings section within your epic commerce portal

alerts decides how Inventory handles visual alert notifications. Setting it to false will revert to using a custom alert. If none is set no action is called.

syncdynamic decides if inventory should add dynamism to Drop in UI buttons. This dynamism ranges from automatically changing an add to cart button to a 'remove from cart' button; and refilling cart combo boxes to previous value.

<script>
		$inventory = new Inventory('accountid', 'frontendkey',true,true);
</script>

Inventory.prototype.SetAlert(function(alerttext){ /* Your code */ })

This will set a custom alert. Please make sure alerts is set to false.

Inventory.prototype.GenID(string itemid,['variations'])

Generates a cart or wishlist id of the current itemid and variations supplied.

Inventory.prototype.ShowWishlist()

To display an editable view of your user's wish list.

Inventory.prototype.Checkout()

To display an editable view of your user's cart.

Inventory.prototype.DefaultLayout(string itemid, string selector)

Place full item customization form.

  • Parameters
    • itemid : Valid inventory item id.
    • selector : jQuery css selector of element to add item information to.

Inventory.prototype.ImageGrid(string itemid, string selector, array variations)

Place item images.

  • Parameters:
    • string itemid:commerce item id.
    • string selector:jQuery css selector to add image grid to.
    • array variations:Array of string with item variables.

** Important note: once your images are loaded, using the function again will filter images to appropriate variations.

User management

Inventory JS supports out of the box basic user authentication. It works with the parameters defined within Inventory to help you convert visitors to returning customers.

object Inventory.prototype.user

- Information about user
- Any custom set key within Epic commerce's interfaces will be available within this object.

Inventory.prototype.CreateSocialSupport(string panel, array[ userinfo)

- panel attribute will specify which jQuery selector to append the login prompt to.

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- userinfo is a string array of jQuery selectors to append logged in user information.

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Inventory.prototype.DestroyUserinfo()

Delete current user session.

One click checkout

One click is a checkout mode in which your user does not have enter any information. They still must confirm the shipping address as well as shipping options.

Inventory.prototype.OneClick()

Open client checkout. With this option your client does not have to enter billing information.

Credit card management

Inventory.prototype.Addcard()

Open form to save credit card.

Inventory.prototype.Cards(function callback(array cards) )

Get credit cards of the current user.

  • Parameters
  • function callback:Function called once data is retrieved. cards is an array of cards

Inventory.prototype.DefaultCard(string id, function callback (bool done) )

Set specified card id as default card to use with OneClick.

  • Parameters
    • string id:ID of card to make default.
    • function callback:function to call once operation is complete. bool done: Indication on success of operation.

Inventory.prototype.RemoveCard(string id, function callback (bool done) )

Remove card.

  • Parameters
    • string id:ID of card to remove.
    • function callback: Function called once data is retrieved. bool done : Indication on success of operation.

Location management

Inventory.prototype.AddLocation()

Open form to add a new shipping location for user.

Inventory.prototype.Locations(function callback(array locations))

Get locations of the current user.

  • Parameters
  • function callback:Function called once data is retrieved. locations is an array of locations

Inventory.prototype.DefaultLocation(string id, function callback (bool done) )

Set specified location id as default location to use with OneClick.

  • Parameters
    • string id:ID of location to make default.
    • function callback:function to call once operation is complete. bool done: Indication on success of operation.

Inventory.prototype.RemoveLocation(string id, function callback (bool done) )

Remove location.

  • Parameters
    • string id:ID of address to remove.
    • function callback: Function called once data is retrieved. bool done : Indication on success of operation.

User account data manipulation

bool Inventory.prototype.LoggedIn()

Returns true if the person on the site is logged in.

Inventory.prototype.UpdatePassword(string current, string new, function callback(bool done, string error_reason) )

Update user password.

  • Parameters
    • string current:The current password of the user.
    • string new:New password to set.
    • function callback : Function called once data is retrieved. bool done: Indication on success of operation. string error_reason: If done is false, this string will specify why. You may also use function callback(bool done).

Inventory.prototype.UpdateAccount(object user_data, function callback(bool done, string error_reason))

Update user account properties. Refer to the user schema for system fields. You may also add custom properties.

  • Parameters
    • object user: user information to save.
    • function callback: Function called once data is retrieved. bool done: Indication on success of operation. string error_reason: If done is false, this string will specify why.

Inventory.prototype.Login(string username, string password, function callback(bool success, object user ) )

Create a new user session.

  • Parameters
    • string username: Email address of user to log in.
    • string password: Password of user.
    • function callback:Function called once data is retrieved. bool success:Returns false if the username/password is incorrect. object user: Refer to the user schema.

Inventory.prototype.Register(object payload, function callback(bool success, object user))

Create a new user.

  • Parameters
    • object payload:Refer to the user schema.
    • function callback:Function called once data is retrieved. bool success:Returns false if the user could not join. object user: Refer to the user schema.
    • ** On success being false, the user object will have a property reason, stating why the registration failed.

Inventory.prototype.ResetPassword(string username, function callback(bool success) )

Send a new password to the user via email.

  • Parameters
    • string username:Username to send reset password to.
    •    - `function callback: `Function called once data is retrieved. `bool success: `Returns false if the username is not a current user. 
      

Inventory.prototype.GetUserfields(function callback(array fields))

List user properties, set from Epic commerce.

  • Parameters
    • function callback: Function called once data is retrieved. array fields:Array of fields.

Social media SSO

Inventory.prototype.GetFacebookSSO(function callback(string url ))

Get Facebook single sign on url. Allow your user to log in with Facebook.

  • Parameters
    • function callback: Function called once data is retrieved. string url: URL to SSO portal.

Inventory.prototype.GetTwitterSSO(function callback(string url ))

Get Twitter single sign on url. Allow your user to log in with Twitter.

  • Parameters
    • function callback: Function called once data is retrieved. string url: URL to SSO portal.

Inventory.prototype.GetGoogleSSO(function callback(string url) )

Get Google single sign on url. Allow your user to log in with Google.

  • Parameters
    • function callback: Function called once data is retrieved. string url: URL to SSO portal.

JS RESTful functions

The following functions can be used to retrieve inventory data from your account.

Inventory.prototype.Reviews(string itemid, callback onFinish(data))

Get reviews for the specified item.

  • Parameters :
    • itemid : Valid inventory item to open
    • onFinish: Function called once data is retrieved. Function variable data has 4 keys :
    • usercount : integer of how many users have reviewed your product.
    • rating : double of the specified item's average rating.
    • comments : Array of user comments. Each object has 2 parameters :
      • Comments : String of user feedback
      • ratings : string number of stars user has given for product.

Inventory.prototype.Categories(callback onFinish(data))

Fetch item categorization from your account.

  • Parameters :
    • onFinish : Function called once data is retrieved. Function variable data has 1 key :

Inventory.prototype.Category(string cat_id,callback onFinish(data))

Fetch item categorization from your account.

  • Parameters :
    • cat_id : Valid inventory category id.
    • onFinish : Function called once data is retrieved. Function variable data has 1 key :

Inventory.prototype.SaveInterest(string item)

Add category or item to user interests.

  • Parameters :
  • item : String of item id to add to user interest. You may also use a category id instead of an item id as well. The system will automatically add an item's parent to the user's interests.

Inventory.prototype.Eval(string guide_id ,callback onFinish(isTrue))

Determine if current user returns true on decision guide.

  • Parameters :
    • guide_id : String of decision guide id to use. Find your decision guides here
    • onFinish : Function called once guide is evaluated. Function variable isTrue is bool of guide evaluation.

Inventory.prototype.Query(int page, object query, callback onFinish(data))

  • Parameters :
    • page : Current page to load
    • query : Properties to compare items with, Nonetheless there are reserved properties to provide more functionality.
    • onFinish : Function called once data is retrieved. Function variable has three keys : - pages : Available pages, starting from 0 - result : Array of inventory item. Please refer to the General schema
      This function will return items which match the specified query.

Inventory.prototype.Open(string itemid, callback onFinish(data))

  • Parameters :
    • itemid : Valid inventory item to open
    • onFinish : Function called once data is retrieved. Function variable keys :
      • media : An array of URI strings
      • result : Data of the requested item. Please refer to the General schema

User

Property list

Additional fields.

Additional fields can be used. Please remember to use the field name as the property name.

System generated properties

  • string profileimagelink: Public url to user's profile image.
  • bool cart_notified: true if user received an abandoned cart email.
  • bool oneclick_ready: true if user has a default location and card set.
  • int loyaltypoints: Loyalty points of current user.
  • string masterToken: Access token of user.

Registration

The following properties are required during registration.

  • string username:Valid email.
  • string password: User password.

Account updates

The following properties, when set, will trigger specific backend functionality.

  • string profilepicture: Base64 of image to set as the user's profile picture.
  • bool oneclick: Enable One Click checkout option.

Card

Card of user.

Property list

  • string id:ID of card.
  • bool default:If this card is the user's default.
  • string nickname:Nickname of card.

Location

Address of a user.

Property list

  • string id: ID of location.
  • bool default:If this location is the user's default.
  • string line_1: Line 1 of address.
  • string line_2: Line 2 of address.
  • string city: City.
  • string state: State/Region.
  • string zip: Zip code.
  • string country: Country code.

Field

A custom user property, set within Epic commerce.

Property list

  • bool required:If this field should be validated.
  • string placeholder: Placeholder of field.
  • string name: Name of field. Used as property name within a User
  • string type: Type of field. 6 types : text | Number | phone | select | checkbox | radio
  • array choices: Array of string with field options. This property is true when the field type is set to select, radio.

Category schema

Property list

  • string id : ID of inventory category.
  • string name : Name of inventory category.
  • The Following are not available with function Inventory.prototype.Category and Epic restful endpoints :
  • string tmp : URI to image of an item under such category.
  • array children : Array of categories. Using the same schema.
    • *With one key difference tmp is replaced by sampleimage

General schema

(KNOWN AS ITEM)

General schema is the minimum amount of data the platform will return. If you plan on using extra fields please refer to the custom set fields section below, for information on retrieving such data.

Minimum data

Here are some properties of an item object.

  • string category : Category Id of item.
  • string desc : Description of item
  • string id : Inventory item ID
  • int ordprice : Price in hundreds (ie : $1 = 100)
  • string tags : Item tags, separated by ,.
  • string link : Generated public URL to item.
  • string quantity : Item quantity in stock.
  • array variations : Array of item variations. Here is the property list of a variation :
    • string id : ID of variation.
    • string name : Name of variation.
    • int priceChange : New price of item in hundreds.
    • string type : add | replace

Custom set fields.

Use the same name as set for field directly with your inventory item. This property will be an object, from here on you can access your custom data within the data property.

Query addons

Special query properties

  • search : Text string to match item name with.
  • sortfield : Item property should the system use whilst sorting.
  • sortorder : The order the API should follow. -1 for Descending and 1 for ascending.
  • ext_cat_search : A valid inventory category ID. This value will be used to find any subset of this category.
  • minp : Minimum price of an item allowed to be returned.
  • maxp : Maximum price of an item allowed to be returned.

RESTful API

Here is a set of end points to help you retrieve data via api.

API information

Endpoints

GET /category/{ID}/

Get a category.

  • Parameters :

  • id : ID of category to open.

  • Result :

GET /categories/

Get categories.

GET /item/{ID}/

Get an item.

  • Parameters :

  • id : ID of item to open.

  • Result :

POST /redeem/

Reduce user's points. The format of this request is application/json. Please make sure to submit your json as a post body.

  • Parameters :

  • string token : Access token of user to target.

  • int reduce: Points to remove from current user balance.

  • Result :

  • The request will return a json object with the following properties:

  • bool success: This wil return false if the user was not found, or the user doesn't have enough points.