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Pimcore Ignite

Ignite your customer's user experience by adding web realtime functionalities to your web application. Read more about the Realtime Web. The realtime capabilities are based on the WebSocket technology. To support websocket connections the bundle uses the hosted service Pusher by default.

The bundle is still considered as alpha version.

Functional Overview:

  • Channel system for managing arbitrary events within your application.
    • Three types of channels
      • private: authentication required
      • presence: authentication required, user information is stored & automatic join/leave events
      • public: everyone can join and send events
    • Channels can be assigned one or more transport services called Drivers. The bundle is includes three default drivers:
      • Pusher: realtime events via a websocket connection See Pusher documentation for details
      • Logger: logged events in pimcore application logger
      • Notification: persisted events with assigned data for user notifications
  • Client-side code generation for connection establishment and channel subscriptions for specific drivers.
  • Show online users and notifications in the Pimcore admin interface, enableable via separate user permissions.

Components

Component Description Example
Channel A specific context for subscriptions. There are three different types of channels: public, private and presence. For details see Channel Types. global, user, user_julian, product, product_shirt ...
Event At least contains a timestamp and a name. May transport arbitrary data. Message, Notification, ...
Driver Drivers define the possible transports for the pub/sub events. Logger, Pusher, Notification
Authenticator Private and presence channels need authentication, authenticator provide an interface for it. Firewall specific user authentication i.e. /admin, /app, ...
Radio Manages all application channels.

Getting started

Visit http://your-domain.com/ignite to see your current configuration and test your realtime capabilities. While still watching your /ignite route then call:

  • http://you-domain.com/ignite/publish/public
  • http://you-domain.com/ignite/publish/presence
  • http://you-domain.com/ignite/publish/notification

You should see the messages being added to the html automatically as you call the /publish/... routes.

Impression

In the upper right corner there is the notification widget, which can be enabled via a user permission. The widget can be collapsed, repositioned via draggging and resized. By clicking a notification item it gets marked as read and is removed from the list.

In the lower left corner there is the user persence icon, which shows which users are online by hovering or clicking on the user icon. Screenshot

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