This is Sylius Standard Edition repository for starting new projects.
Sylius is the first decoupled eCommerce framework based on Symfony and Doctrine. The highest quality of code, strong testing culture, built-in Agile (BDD) workflow and exceptional flexibility make it the best solution for application tailored to your business requirements. Enjoy being an eCommerce Developer again!
Powerful REST API allows for easy integrations and creating unique customer experience on any device.
Documentation is available at docs.sylius.com.
$ wget http://getcomposer.org/composer.phar $ php composer.phar create-project sylius/sylius-standard project $ cd project $ yarn install $ yarn build $ php bin/console sylius:install $ symfony serve $ open http://localhost:8000/
For more detailed instruction please visit installation chapter in our docs.
Make sure you have installed Docker on your local machine.
docker compose up -d in your favorite terminal and wait some time until the services will be ready. You might want to see docker logs.
localhost in your browser or execute
open localhost in your terminal.
The simplest way to deploy your Sylius store via Docker is via
docker-compose.prod.yml configuration file.
To do that you need to install Docker on your VPS and define
docker compose -f docker-compose.prod.yml up -d command in your terminal. The
MYSQL_PASSWORD env will be automatically
applied to the rest of the config.
When using a Virtual Private Server (VPS) we recommend having at least 2GB of RAM memory
curl -fsSL https://get.docker.com -o get-docker.sh sudo sh get-docker.sh export MYSQL_PASSWORD=SLyPJLaye7 docker compose -f docker-compose.prod.yml up -d docker compose -f docker-compose.prod.yml exec php bin/console sylius:fixtures:load --no-interaction
If something goes wrong, errors & exceptions are logged at the application level:
$ tail -f var/log/prod.log $ tail -f var/log/dev.log
Would like to help us and build the most developer-friendly eCommerce framework? Start from reading our Contribution Guide!
If you want to report a bug or suggest an idea, please use GitHub issues.
Sylius is completely free and released under the MIT License.