Mailchimp Open Commerce (formerly Reaction Commerce)
Mailchimp Open Commerce is an API-first, headless commerce platform built using Node.js, MongoDB, and GraphQL. It plays nicely with npm, Docker and Kubernetes.
|Fast||Returns data in split seconds, and faster queries mean faster web pages|
|Proven||Open Commerce fuels sites doing 10's of thousands of orders per day with 100's of thousands of products|
|Composable||A flexible plugin system allows you to pick and choose which integrations work best for you|
|Multi-tenant||Host multiple shops in the same installation|
|Scalable||Start out with a single server and scale up to hundreds|
|Flexible Products||Allows Products, with options and variants to fit a wide variety of needs|
|Inventory||Track inventory, allow or disallow backorders and more|
|Shipping||Integrate with a shipping rate provider or build your own custom table|
|Taxes||Integrate with a tax rate provider or build your own custom tax table|
|Fulfillment||Flexible fulfillment system allows you create your own fulfillment methods|
|Order Tracking||View and manage your orders in the included admin system|
|Emails||Customizable templates for Order confirmations and more|
|Open||Fully open source. Never be locked in again|
For complete documentation go to Open Commerce Quickstart for all supported operating systems.
What you need
Clone and Start the platform
git clone https://github.com/reactioncommerce/reaction-development-platform.git cd reaction-development-platform make
Behind the scenes, the make process clones all of the relevant Open Commerce software repositories, sets up each environment, and pulls, builds, and starts each Docker container.
When make completes, three services will be running on localhost:
- Open Commerce API (port 3000), including the core plugins. This service also contains the GraphQL playground at localhost:3000/graphql.
- Example Storefront (port 4000), which is built with Next.js.
- Admin dashboard (port 4080), used to manage shop settings, accounts, products, and orders.
Go to the complete installation instructions to see how to set up your store
Find a bug, a typo, or something that’s not documented well? We’d love for you to open an issue telling us what we can improve! This project uses semantic-release, please use their commit message format.
Reaction is GNU GPLv3 Licensed