It has some default styling that works with the default Spree theme, but you can easily override this styling to fit your needs.
There are three parameters that the button uses to create the pin: url, media, and description. The values used for each of these are as follows:
- url - The URL of the page that the pin button is located on
- media - The URL for the image that is being pinned
- description - The product name
When you click the "Pin it" button, a Pinterest-provided window is opened for you to confirm the pin. Here you will have the opportunity to choose your pin board, as well as modify the description if you don't want to use the default.
Testing this engine
Be sure to bundle your dependencies and then create a dummy test app for the specs to run against.
$ bundle $ bundle exec rake test app $ bundle exec rspec spec
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