Spree_bronto is one extension for spree to use Bronto mailing services and cart recovery tagging. Bronto API call code is basically one copy from Wombat Bronto End_point.
This extension's older version is used in your Spree 0.11 web site. This new spree 3.0 compatible version is brand new, please give any feedback to us: albertliu at naturalwellbeing.com
Yaml file to config your bronto acccount and email api id for order/shipment confirmation emails. This extension support multi-domain, and can confiture at store level with identity with store code. if no store level config found, it fall to use the default
Put your own bronto.yml in your application's config folder. Its content should include following:
default: token: YOUR_BRONTO_TOKEN_TO_ACCESS_API from_name: EMAIL_FROM NAME tagkey: YOUR_BRONTO_CART_RECOVERY_KEY_IF_CART_RECOVERY_IS_ENABLED order_shipped: EMAIL_API_ID_FOR_ORDER_SHIPPED_NOTIFICATION order_received: EMAIL_API_ID_FOR_ORDER_CONFIRMATION new_account: EMAIL_API_ID_FOR_ACCOUNT_CREATED password_reset: EMAIL_API_ID_FOR_PASSWORD_RESET order_canceled: EMAIL_API_ID_FOR_ORDER_CANCELED
Delayed_job is supposed to handle the asynch event here.
In bronto's configuration, you need create the email templates specified in bronto.yml. You also need create two content tags with name as SENDTIME_CONTENT1 and SENDTIME_CONTENT2 .
Add spree_bronto to your Gemfile:
Bundle your dependencies and run the installation generator:
bundle bundle exec rails g spree_bronto:install
First bundle your dependencies, then run
rake will default to building the dummy app if it does not exist, then it will run specs. The dummy app can be regenerated by using
bundle bundle exec rake
When testing your applications integration with this extension you may use it's factories. Simply add this require statement to your spec_helper:
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