HBS.Kentico.Ecommerce 13.5.5

.NET Core 3.1
NuGet\Install-Package HBS.Kentico.Ecommerce -Version 13.5.5
This command is intended to be used within the Package Manager Console in Visual Studio, as it uses the NuGet module's version of Install-Package.
dotnet add package HBS.Kentico.Ecommerce --version 13.5.5
<PackageReference Include="HBS.Kentico.Ecommerce" Version="13.5.5" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add HBS.Kentico.Ecommerce --version 13.5.5
#r "nuget: HBS.Kentico.Ecommerce, 13.5.5"
#r directive can be used in F# Interactive, C# scripting and .NET Interactive. Copy this into the interactive tool or source code of the script to reference the package.
// Install HBS.Kentico.Ecommerce as a Cake Addin
#addin nuget:?package=HBS.Kentico.Ecommerce&version=13.5.5

// Install HBS.Kentico.Ecommerce as a Cake Tool
#tool nuget:?package=HBS.Kentico.Ecommerce&version=13.5.5


Add Ecommerce to your Kentico Xperience MVC.Net Core Application. ready to use out of box, but can be fully customizable.

Full Documentation can be found in the Wiki

Basic Setup

Install the HBS.Kentico.Ecommerce package onto your MVC Site.

Install either StripeJS payment gateway Or Create your own payment gateway.


Add to your services

services.RegisterEcommerceServices(new EcommerceServiceConfiguration() { CheckoutUrl = "/Store/Checkout", ThankYouUrl = "/Store/Thank-You" });

Available Settings for the EcommerceServiceConfiguration. With defaults in place.

/// <summary> 
/// If set to true, then cart items with custom data will be considered unique items.  
/// Default (false) will increment quantity even if custom data fields are different.
/// </summary>
public bool UseCustomProductFields { get; set; } = false;

/// <summary>
/// Specify the minutes to store the ecommerce cached items.
/// </summary>
public int CacheMinutes { get; set; } = 30;

public string CheckoutUrl { get; set; } = "/Checkout";

public string ThankYouUrl { get; set; } = "/ThankYou";

In order to use a custom url, create a page type by the name of Generic.Ecommerce and set it to either the checkout or the shopping cart url. Make sure that the url path matches what you have set in the configuration. Generic.Ecommerce is just the page name that has the Ecommerce page templates automatically filtered. you may use any page type and add your own filters.


Add to the bottom

<script src="~/hbscommerce/js/ecommerce.min.js"></script>
<script src="~/hbscommerce/js/ecommerceEvents.js"></script>

Adding an Add to Cart

You can add the "Add to Cart" through the below View Component:

@*This is an example that will add a sku with a custom field of a color to the cart.  In order to just use as normal, remove the CustomFields property from the AddToCartViewModel.*@ 

@await Component.InvokeAsync("Generic.Ecom.AddToCart", new AddToCartViewModel() { Quantity = 1, SKUGUID = Model.Page.SKUProduct.SKUGUID, CustomFields = new Dictionary<string, object>() { { "color", "red" } } } )

Advanced setup and use comming.

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.NET Core netcoreapp3.1
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Version Downloads Last updated
13.5.5 65 8/31/2022
13.5.4 264 4/7/2022
13.5.3 151 4/6/2022
13.5.2 304 6/18/2021
13.5.1 251 6/11/2021
13.0.1 267 6/8/2021

     Allowing the billing address to be updated after first payment try.
     Added CartItemText to the cart item model
     Implemented fixes for the following issues:
     \* No way to unset Shipping Address
     \* Hide shipping options if shipping not needed.
     \* State is defaulted to Alabama
     \* Add AlertType to ShowAlert
     Also removed removed the shipping address and shipping address checkbox if no shipping needed.
     Switched the Remove Cart Item to using an ID vs grabbing the ID from a div.
     Added an order Note
     Added a added-to-cart event in order to detect after an item has been added.  Useful for mini-cart updates(mini cart not included)
     Updated Caching
     Updated unit counts and added a controller to get cart quantity. (for displaying in other sections of the site)
     Downgraded to kentico libraries 13.0.5,
     Removed tsconfig.json and packages.json from nupkg