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    medusa-plugin-strapi

    1.0.6-dev • Public • Published

    Medusa Medusa

    Medusa Strapi Plugin

    Medusa is released under the MIT license. PRs welcome! Discord Chat Follow @medusajs

    Setting up your store

    • Initialize a medusa project by using a starter

      yarn create medusa-app
              OR
      npx create-medusa-app
      
    • Choose medusa-starter-default

      ? Which Medusa starter would you like to install? …
      ❯ medusa-starter-default
        medusa-starter-contentful
        Other
      
    • Pick any storefront starter

      Which storefront starter would you like to install? …
      ❯ Gatsby Starter
      Next.js Starter
      None
      
    • Make sure redis is installed and running

      $ redis-cli
      127.0.0.1:6379> ping
      PONG
      
    • Go to backend directory.

      cd <Your project name>/backend 
      
    • Make sure your packages version in package.json match this -

        "@medusajs/medusa": "^1.1.49",
        "@medusajs/medusa-cli": "^1.1.22",
        "medusa-fulfillment-manual": "^1.1.26",
        "medusa-interfaces": "^1.1.27",
        "medusa-payment-manual": "^1.0.8",
        "medusa-payment-stripe": "^1.1.30",
        "mongoose": "^5.13.3",
        "typeorm": "^0.2.36"
      
    • Edit medusa-config.js. Navigate to the end of file and make sure this line is not commented out -

      redis_url: REDIS_URL,
      
    • In the same file, add this object to plugins array -

      {
        resolve: `medusa-plugin-strapi`,
        options: {
        strapi_medusa_user: 'medusa_user',
        strapi_medusa_password: 'medusaPassword1',
        strapi_url: '127.0.0.1',
        strapi_port: '1337'
        }
      }
      
    • Create and navigate to plugins directory and pull medusa-plugin-strapi

      cd plugins
      git clone https://github.com/Deathwish98/medusa-plugin-strapi.git
      
    • Install dependencies and build project files

      cd medusa-plugin-strapi
      npm install
      npm run build
      
    • Start medusa server from backend directory

      cd ../../
      npm run seed
      npm run start
      

    Your local Medusa server should now be running on port 9000.

    Setting up strapi

    This plugin assumes that you are familiar with strapi. If you have not used it before, visit the official docs for more info -

    https://strapi.io/documentation/developer-docs/latest/getting-started/quick-start.html

    • Create a new strapi project using our template.

      npx create-strapi-app@3.6.8 strapi-medusa --template https://github.com/Deathwish98/strapi-medusa-template.git
      
      OR
      
      yarn create strapi-app strapi-medusa --template https://github.com/Deathwish98/strapi-medusa-template.git
      
    • Start strapi server.

      npm run develop <---- For development purposes
      
      OR 
      
      npm run start
      

      NOTE: If you are using SQLite there is a known knex.js bug -

      error KnexTimeoutError: Knex: Timeout acquiring a connection. The pool is probably full. Are you missing a .transacting(trx) call?
      

      It appears after running npm run develop for the first time . Just run the command again and it should disappear.

    Visit docs.medusa-commerce.com for further guides.

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    Install

    npm i medusa-plugin-strapi

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    Version

    1.0.6-dev

    License

    MIT

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