Saleor Storefront

Note: This project is beta quality. We don’t advise using it in production.

A GraphQL-powered, PWA, single-page application storefront for Saleor.



See the public demo of Saleor Storefront!

Or launch the demo on a free Heroku instance.


Getting Started

These instructions will get you a copy of the project up and running on your local machine for development and testing purposes.


  • Node.js 10.0+

  • A running instance of Saleor.

    To run the storefront, you have to set the API_URI environment variable to point to the Saleor GraphQL API. If you are running Saleor locally with the default settings, set API_URI to: http://localhost:8000/graphql/.


Clone the repository:

git clone

Enter the project directory:

cd saleor-storefront

Using stable release

To use the official stable release, checkout to a release tag:

$ git checkout 2.10.4

See the list of all releases here:

Using development version

If you want to use the latest development version, checkout to the master branch:

$ git checkout master

Install NPM dependencies:

npm i

Run the development server:

npm start

Go to http://localhost:3000 to access the storefront.

Cypress tests

If you want to run Cypress tests, make sure that all dependecies (including Cypress) are installed by running the install command.

npm i

Following environment variables are required to be set in order to be able to run tests properly:

  • API_URI – GraphQL API address.
  • STATIC_URL – static files destination url, eg. S3 bucket
  • CYPRESS_USER_NAME – username (email) for Storefront user.
  • CYPRESS_USER_PASSWORD – for the user mentioned above.

If you are runninng the Storefront from the perspective of Docker container, then you can run tests using following commands:

Headless mode:


Cypress UI mode:


If you want to run tests against your local development environment then use following commands:

Headless mode:


Cypress UI mode:


Creating new components

All new components should follow Atomic Design Guidelines and be placed in src/@next/components directory.

Files structure can be generated using plop:

npm run generate

Modifying the Storefront

From Spectrum Post

Important Files

  • saleor-storefront/config/webpack/config.base.js – Base webpack config file.
    • Can change name of the app (displayed when installed on mobile)
  • saleor-storefront/src/index.html – Main template file that contains the
    • Can change title of storefront here
  • saleor-storefront/src/index.tsx – Main entry point file. Render’s the component, apollo-client, and others to the root div in index.html file above.
  • saleor-storefront/src/core/config.ts – Controls number of products shown per page, support email, gateway providers, social media, and some meta.
    • Can change support email
    • Can change products shown per page
    • Can change gateway providers
    • Can change social media links that are displayed in the footer
    • Can change some meta options
  • saleor-storefront/src/images/ – Holds all the images for logo, cart, favicon, etc.
    • Can change storefront logo, favicon, or add new images here.
  • saleor-storefront/src/globalStyles/scss/variables.scss – Contains base styles like colors, font size, container width, media breakpoints and more.
  • saleor-storefront/src/@next/globalStyles/ – Contains more base styles, themes, media, and constants.
  • saleor-storefront/src/views/ – This folder controls the views, or what is displayed for each page. Most views have a file named “Page.tsx” that controls the layout of the page and a file named “View.tsx” that calls the query and renders the component with the data.
    • Can add another view to storefront here. Requires adding a route (see routes below).
  • saleor-storefront/src/@next/pages/ – Second spot for modifying/adding different pages. This is the recommended directory to add new pages.
  • saleor-storefront/src/app/routes/ – This folder contains the paths as well as holds the component. Here is where you add a new path and route.
    1. Export a new path in paths.ts
    2. Inside AppRoutes.tsx import your new view (see views above) and create a new route with path={paths.newPath} and component={newViewPage}
    3. To link to your new view import { Link } from “react-router-dom” and use new path you created in paths.ts (make sure to import it)
  • saleor-storefront/src/app/App.tsx – This is main component that renders the , (explained below), and a couple other components.

Adding a Payment Gateway

  • saleor-storefront/src/core/config.ts – Add new gateway provider name here.
  • saleor-storefront/src/@next/components/organisms/ – Create a new folder for new payment gateway component here.
  • saleor-storefront/src/@next/components/organisms/PaymentGatewaysList/PaymentGatewaysList.tsx – Import new gateway component, create a new switch case to handle your gateway component.

Receiving confirmation emails

  • Set EMAIL_URL environment variable for Saleor core.
    • Using Docker – Add EMAIL_URL as new enviornment variable to both the api and worker service following the format here.
  • Issues getting emails working?
    • Gmail
      • Check to see that “Less secure app access” is turned ON. Under “Manage your Google Account” > Go to the security tab. By default, the setting is off for security reasons.
      • If using 2FA make sure to set an app password and use that in place of your normal login password.


This project is licensed under the BSD-3-Clause License – see the LICENSE file for details

Crafted with ❤️ by Mirumee Software

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