Reaction is an API-first, headless commerce platform built using Node.js, React, and GraphQL. It plays nicely with npm, Docker and Kubernetes.
This project, Reaction Identity, is the user interface and server for identity management, including user registration, login, logout, and password change. It works together with reaction-hydra to enable OAuth2 flows.
Follow the documentation to install Reaction with Reaction Platform for all supported operating systems.
Tutorials, docs & developer tools
- Developer documentation
- Docs: Introduction to Reaction: Concepts
- Swag Shop Tutorial
- Storefront UI Development Tutorial
- Storefront Component Library
- API documentation
- Engineering blog posts
Get help & contact the team
- Gitter chat
- Report security vulnerabilities to mailto:email@example.com: Security reporting instructions
- Request features in this repository
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!
Want to request a feature? Use our Reaction Feature Requests repository to file a request.
Pull Request guidelines
Pull requests should pass all automated tests, style, and security checks.
Your code should pass all acceptance tests and unit tests.
docker-compose run --rm identity npm run test to run the test suites in containers.
If you're adding functionality to Reaction, you should add tests for the added functionality.
We require that all code contributed to Reaction follows Reaction's ESLint rules.
You can run
docker-compose run --rm identity npm run lint to run ESLint against your code locally.
We also request that you follow the our pull request template
Get more details in our Contributing Guide.
Developer Certificate of Origin
We use the Developer Certificate of Origin (DCO) in lieu of a Contributor License Agreement for all contributions to Reaction Commerce open source projects. We request that contributors agree to the terms of the DCO and indicate that agreement by signing-off all commits made to Reaction Commerce projects by adding a line with your name and email address to every Git commit message contributed:
Signed-off-by: Jane Doe <firstname.lastname@example.org>
You can sign-off your commit automatically with Git by using
git commit -s if you have your
user.email set as part of your Git configuration.
We ask that you use your real full name (please no anonymous contributions or pseudonyms) and a real email address. By signing-off your commit you are certifying that you have the right to submit it under the Apache 2.0 License.
We use the Probot DCO GitHub app to check for DCO sign-offs of every commit.
If you forget to sign-off your commits, the DCO bot will remind you and give you detailed instructions for how to amend your commits to add a signature.
Reaction Identity is Apache 2.0 Licensed