Commerce Layer Starter
A multi-country ecommerce starter that features the sanity studio built with Commerce Layer, Next.js, and deployed to Netlify.
What is Commerce Layer?
Commerce Layer is a multi-market commerce API and order management system that lets you add global shopping capabilities to any website, mobile app, chatbot, wearable, voice, or IoT device, with ease. Compose your stack with the best-of-breed tools you already mastered and love. Make any experience shoppable, anywhere, through a blazing-fast, enterprise-grade, and secure API.
Table of contents
- Starter features
- Getting started
- Contributors guide
- Need help?
- An ecommerce storefront built with Nextjs, Commerce Layer react components library, and Tailwind CSS.
- International shopping capabilities powered by Commerce Layer APIs.
- Micro CLI seeder to import Commerce Layer data.
- Structured content on Sanity CMS.
- Localization support.
- Deployment configuration to Netlify.
The quickest way to get up and running is to go to https://www.sanity.io/create?template=commercelayer/sanity-template-commercelayer and create a new project by following the instructions on Sanity.
Alternatively, you can clone this repository, configure the starter, import the dataset into your Sanity studio, import some test data into your Commerce Layer organization, and deploy your application.
⚙️ Installation guide
Clone this repository (learn how to do this).
.envand add the following:
- Your project ID, dataset, and token from manage.sanity.io.
- Your client ID and client endpoint from Commerce Layer.
- Run the command below to install the necessary dependencies of your project:
npm install && cd /studio && sanity install
Run the command below to start the development server:
npm run dev
This will run the frontend at
localhost:3000 and studio at
⬇️ Import test studio content
If you set up your project from the starters page on Sanity, you should skip this step as Sanity will automatically add the dataset’s content.
- Extract the
/.sanity-template/datadirectory using the command below:
tar -xf production.tar.gz
The extracted folder name should look like
- Run the command below in
/studioto import the
data.ndjsonfile in the extracted folder.
sanity dataset import ../.sanity-template/data/<name of extracted folder>/data.ndjson <your_dataset>
- Check the frontend and studio now to preview the imported content.
⬇️ Seed Commerce Layer data
Create a Commerce Layer account.
Create a new organization.
Create a new application in Settings > Applications with Kind set to
integration, and Role set to
In your newly created application, copy your Client ID and Client Secret.
Install the Commerce Layer Seeder which is available as an npm package:
// npm npm install -g @commercelayer/commercelayer-seeder-cli // yarn yarn global add @commercelayer/commercelayer-seeder-cli
- Run the command below to import a set of products, related prices, and inventory into your organization.
commercelayer-seeder -i <your-client-id> -s <your-client-secret> -e https://<yourdomain>.commercelayer.io
- To see the commands for other seeder options, type the command below:
Fork this repository (learn how to do this here).
Clone the forked repository like so:
git clone https://github.com/<your username>/sanity-template-commercelayer.git && cd sanity-template-commercelayer
Make your changes and create a pull request (learn how to do this).
Someone will attend to your pull request and provide some feedback.
Request an invite to join Commerce Layer’s Slack community (kindly scroll down to the bottom of the page).
Create an issue in this repository.
Ping us on Twitter.
This repository is published under the MIT license.
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