Reaction is a modern reactive, real-time event driven ecommerce platform.
- 0.9.0 Master (beta 1)
- 0.10.0 Development
- 0.11.0 Next Stable Release
Currently good for contributing/observing progress, testing. It goes without saying that we're constantly refactoring, even things that are functionally done. We do not recommend using for production usage yet, unless you are very comfortable with the code, and aren't risk averse. There are still many parts in development!
Node.js and NPM are required. Install from http://nodejs.org/
To install Meteor + Reaction, and start the latest release:
curl https://install.meteor.com | /bin/sh git clone https://github.com/reactioncommerce/reaction.git cd reaction && git checkout master meteor
Additional installation options are in the developer documentation.
Note: for windows installation you also need:
- OpenSSL x86 (windows installer)
- Visual Studio 2008 redistributables
- Git + msysGit (git-for-windows/git)
If you want to use shell scripts under Windows:
- Create file named
%localappdata%\.meteorwith following contents:
#!/bin/sh cmd //c "$0.bat" "$@"
- Run shell scripts from
Git Bash. For example:
cd reaction/ bin/clone-packages.sh bin/reset
A Docker image is available on the Reaction Commerce Docker Hub .
As with all development, some items are ahead of schedule, and some are not. Here's how to get the details:
For a high level review our roadmap, take a look at the vision page Reaction Vision
For grouping of development channels by feature see project milestones: https://github.com/reactioncommerce/reaction/milestones
And finally for the kanban-esque, hardcore real time progress view, take a look our waffle board
Hey! Where's all the code!? Most of it is in the reaction-core package...
We welcome pull requests to the latest
development version branch.
GitHub Issues on the Reaction project are the best way to let us know about a feature request, or to report an issue.
Join us on our Gitter chat room to discuss, communicate, and share community support.