Virto Commerce released the second version of vc-build.
vc-build is the official CLI for building, deploy releases, create and push packages, and package management for projects based on Virto Commerce. Using this tool we improved our Quickstart document. Please read how to install and run Virto Commerce on the local machine in few steps.
Virto Commerce Teams presents VirtoCommerce XAPI Demo Storefront Applications which demonstrates how to use XAPI and GraphQL for different e-commerce scenarios.
This project can be helpful for business analytics and developers who want to get benefits from modern technologies and understand how to use Virto Commerce No-Code extensions in action.
Now, you can review how to use XAPI for
- Registration form for an organization with form fields validation and dynamic properties
- Login as a user to the company
- Checkout page
This sample demonstrates how to use XAPI and Dynamic properties to build complex registration forms.
This sample demonstrates how to login to the organization’s account.
This sample demonstrates how to build checkout pages.
The list of changes:
- Updated to .NET Core 5 framework
- Updated the NUKE build system
- Updated dependencies
- Code refactored
- Case sensitivity for modules installation
- Clear temp files
- Resolved FileNotFoundException, ModuleManifestPath is null
- Updated documentation
Note: Please note that since vc-build was migrated to .NET Core 5 framework you could get an error if you use the .NET Core 3.1.x framework by default on your build agent and you will install the vc-build version 2.0. You can either use VC-build version 1.7.5 when you are installing VC-build, or you need to use .NET Core 5 by default.