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|
To start working with your own project built on Mailchimp Open Commerce you can start by using our new CLI. The CLI is the quickest and easiest way to develop on Open Commerce. It allows you to create and work with API, Admin, and Storefront projects all via the command line.
We recommend installing nvm
In addition, you need to have your system setup for SSH authentication with GitHub
First install the cli by running:
npm install -g reaction-cli
You can test to see if it has worked here by running:
You can create your Open Commerce project by running:
reaction create-project api <your-project-name>
This will create an Open Commerce project in the directory
Install the project dependencies:
Finally, start the server in development mode:
reaction develop api
Note: Optionally, from within the project-directory you may issue the above command without mentioning the project type and the CLI would check your package.json for the "projectType" and pick it up from there. This expects that the project itself was built using the latest version of the CLI as explained in the above steps.
Example, instead of the above command, you may skip mentioning 'api' and just use:
This will start the Open Commerce GraphQL server and Mongo Server. Press Ctrl+C to stop.
reaction create-plugin api <your-plugin-name>
Validate whether the plugin was created in the
You now need to change back up to the root:
now you can run:
This plugin will now be loaded the next time you start Open Commerce.
See the Complete CLI instructions for how to create your local storefront and admin.
Go to the complete installation instructions to see how to set up your store
If you are working on core plugins (not developing plugins for your own installation) you should follow these instructions
npm i -g [email protected]
git clone https://github.com/reactioncommerce/reaction.git cd reaction pnpm install cp apps/reaction/.env.example apps/reaction/.env
Start dev-server with mongo on local:
## you must change MONGO_URL in the .env to mongodb://localhost:27017/reaction before start pnpm run start:dev
Start dev-server with mongodb on docker
docker-compose up -d pnpm run start:dev
releaseaction to create
Version PR. This PR will remove all changeset files, bump up packages versions, update CHANGELOG files.
Version PRinto trunk, CircleCI will publish all the packages into npm.
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Reaction is GNU GPLv3 Licensed