Please create a ticket if on github you have issues. They will be addressed ASAP.
This is a Rails e-commerce platform. Other e-commerce projects that
use rails, don’t use rails in a standard way. They use engines or are a separate
ROR ecommerce is a Rails 3 application with the intent to allow developers to create
an ecommerce solution easily. This solution includes, an Admin for Purchase Orders,
Product creation, Shipments, Fulfillment and creating Orders. There is a minimal
customer facing shopping cart understanding that this will be customized. The cart allows
you to track your customers cart history and includes a double entry accounting system.
The project has solr searching, compass and blueprint for CSS and uses jQuery.
The gem list is quite large and the project still has a large wish list but it is the most
complete solution for Rails today and it will only get better.
Please use Ruby 1.9.2 and enjoy Rails 3.1.3.
ROR_ecommerce is designed differently. If you understand Rails you will understand ROR_ecommerce.
There is nothing in this project that you wouldn’t see in a normal Rails application. If you don’t like
what is in the project just change it like you would in any other Rails app.
Contributors are welcome. For now email David Henner (firstname.lastname@example.org) to see how you
can contribute. (send your patch if you have one.) Soon there will be a bug tracking
system and a formal way to submit your patch.
We will always need help with UI, Documentation and code so feel free to help.
We have a google group. Ask question and help answer questions.
Configure your database.yml file (add the development and test database)
- Go into config/config.yml and change the encryption_key
aes = OpenSSL::Cipher::Cipher.new(‘AES-256-CBC’)
set_encryption_key_to = aes.random_iv
- gem install bundler
- bundle install
- rake db:create
- rake db:migrate
- rake db:seed
- rake db:test:prepare
Need to create config/config.yml and change the encryption key and paypal or auth.net information.
You can also change config/config.yml.example to config/config.yml until you get your real info.
Paperclip will throw errors if not configured correctly.
you will need to find out where the Imagemagick program is installed
type “which identify” in the terminal and set Paperclip.options[:command_path] equal
to that path in environment.rb: Examples:
Paperclip.options[:command_path] = “/usr/local/bin”
Paperclip.options[:command_path] = “/usr/bin”
Once everything is setup, start up the server with ‘rails server’ and direct it to
write down the username/password and follow the directions.
If you just want to see what ror_ecommerce looks like, before you enter and products into the database run the following command:
- rake db:seed_fake
Now you should have a minimal dataset to go through the various parts of the app. Make should you have the config/config.yml setup before you try to checkout though. Also take a look at The 15 minute e-commerce video
If you would like to see the docs you can generate them locally with the following command:
yardoc --no-private --protected app/models/*.rb
Install memcached, this is easiest to do with homebrew and :
brew install memcached
Finally UNCOMMENT the next 2 lines in config/initializers/session_store.rb
require 'action_dispatch/middleware/session/dalli_store' Hadean::Application.config.session_store :dalli_store, :key => '_hadean_session_ugrdr6765745ce4vy'
it is also recommended to change the cache store in config/environments/*.rb
config.cache_store = :dalli_store
brew install solr
Uncomment the following in your gemfile
#gem 'sunspot_solr' #gem 'sunspot_rails', '~> 1.3'
start solr before starting you server
Go to the bottom of product.rb and uncomment the section with “Product.class_eval”
If you get the following error: Errno::ECONNREFUSED (Connection refused – connect(2)): when you try to create a product or upload an image you have not started solr search. remember you need to run “rake sunspot:solr:start” or remove solr/search
Take a look at setting up solr
Solr in 5 minutes
Many deploy processes require db/schema.rb to be checked into version control. schema.rb was remove from git because this allowed ror_ecommerce users to rebase easily. Add schema.rb back to version control before you deploy.
- product sales (eg. 20% off)
- more documentation / videos for creating products/variants
- easy setup of fake data for getting started
RoR Ecommerce was written by David Henner:
To view contributors look at Contributors.textile
Shipping categories are categories based off price:
you might have two shipping categories (light items) & (heavy items)