Minicart feature extracted from http://www.hallyustyle.com.
Your shopping cart is an incredibly important part of your e-commerce website.
Minicart allows customer to add/remove an item from their cart without ever leaving the page they're on. Let your customers preview their cart before they start the checkout process.
To install Spree Minicart, just add the following to your Gemfile:
# Spree 1.0.X gem 'spree_minicart', '~> 1.0.0' # Spree 1.1.X gem 'spree_minicart', '~> 1.1.0'
Now, bundle up with:
And finally run the install generator to automatically insert 'require store/spree_minicart' in your asset file.
rails g spree_minicart:install
Make sure manifest is inserted correctly, it should look like :
- app/assets/stylesheets/store/all.css :
/* *= require store/spree_core *= require store/spree_auth *= require store/spree_api *= require store/spree_promo *= require store/spree_minicart */
//= require store/spree_core //= require store/spree_auth //= require store/spree_api //= require store/spree_promo //= require store/spree_minicart
The minicart markup should let you customize the way you want your minicart by using Deface or overriding _minicart.html.erb and _minicart_line_items.html.erb in your spree app. See Spree Guide for more information.
If you need to change the js response when you add / update the minicart, check out : orders/populate.js.erb and orders/update.js.erb.
- Better html markup and HTML test for customization
- Better css design
- Can update minicart's item quantity
- Add a pagination to the minicart items list using jcarousel
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
Tested under Spree 1.0.0
Pull requests for features and bug fix with tests are welcome.
Copyright (c) 2012 [Stéphane Bounmy], released under the New BSD License