Springbot integration for Magento 2
Springbot, an eCommerce marketing platform designed for small to mid-sized online businesses, helps eCommerce stores grow revenue by taking smarter, data-driven marketing actions. If you would like more information on how Springbot can help grow your business we encourage you to schedule a free demo.
This extension connects your Magento2 store to Springbot's marketing platform.
To install via composer, run the following commands from your Magento2 root directory
composer require springbot/magento2-plugin php bin/magento module:enable Springbot_Queue php bin/magento module:enable Springbot_Main --clear-static-content; php bin/magento setup:upgrade php bin/magento cache:clean php bin/magento setup:static-content:deploy
If you have compilation enabled, re-run the compilation process:
php bin/magento setup:di:compile
Once you have installed the plugin you should see a Springbot menu item on your Magento admin menu. Enter your Springbot credentials here.
We've designed our integration to be as lightweight as possible. The extension exposes several Springbot specific endpoints leveraging Magento2's included API to keep your store synced with our service. Once synced, all marketing actions are performed within the Springbot dashboard located at https://app.springbot.com.
Springbot utilizes a job queuing system to defer sync jobs so that they may be run asynchronously. By doing this we are able to avoid executing sync related tasks on page loads. Instead, a special queue endpoint is exposed via the Magento2 API that our sync service requests on a periodic basis. When first installed, the sync service performs a full retroactive sync of all existing store data. From then on, when an action is performed on your store that results in the creation/modification/deletion of data, a lightweight job is added to the queue to be processed asynchronously at a later time.
If you are contributing to this project please create a branch with the issue number as the branch name. Ensure any new functionality includes proper testing. When creating new master releases please tag your commit and update the composer.json version accordingly. Github webhooks are currently configured with packagist.org such that any newly tagged versions are pushed to packagist automatically:
git commit -m "My Changes" git tag 1.6.3 git push origin --tags