Solidus Core provides the essential ecommerce data models upon which the Solidus system depends.
Solidus implements over 200 models, and thus a deep inspection of each in this README would be overkill. Instead, let's take a quick look at the fundamental models upon which all else depend. Currently, these models remain in the Spree namespace as part of the legacy of forking Spree.
NOTE: Documentation is a work in progress
The documentation of Solidus Core is still in progress. Contributions following this form are welcome and encouraged!
Spree::Store- Records store specific configuration such as store name and URL.
Spree::Order- The customers cart until completed, then acts as permanent record of the transaction.
Spree::LineItem- Variants placed in the order at a particular price.
Spree::LegacyUser- Default implementation of User.
Spree::UserClassHandle- Configuration point for User model implementation.
- solidus_auth_devise - An official, more robust implementation of a User class with Devise integration.
Spree::Payment- Manage and process a payment for an order, from a specific source (e.g.
Spree::CreditCard) using a specific payment method (e.g
Spree::PaymentMethod- A base class which is used for implementing payment methods.
Spree::PaymentMethod::CreditCard- An implementation of a
Spree::PaymentMethodfor credit card payments.
Spree::PaymentMethod::CreditCardas payment method.
Spree::ReturnAuthorization- Models the return of Inventory Units to a Stock Location for an Order.
Spree::StockLocation- Records the name and addresses from which stock items are fulfilled in cartons.
Spree::InventoryUnit- Tracks the state of line items' fulfillment.
Spree::ShippingRate- Records the costs of different shipping methods for a shipment and which method has been selected to deliver the shipment.
Spree::ShippingMethod- Represents a means of having a shipment delivered, such as FedEx or UPS.
Spree::Shipment- An order's planned shipments including tracking and cost. Shipments are fulfilled from Stock Locations.
Run the tests:
bundle exec rspec