Product Listing Engine

The engine for powering production listing experiences.

Initialize

buildProductListingEngine

Creates a product listing engine instance.

Parameters

Returns ProductListingEngine

ProductListingEngineOptions

The product listing engine options.

Properties

  • configuration: ProductListingEngineConfiguration

    The product listing engine configuration options.

  • loggerOptions?: LoggerOptions

    The logger options.

  • middlewares?: Middleware<{}, State>[]

    List of additional middlewares. A middleware is a higher-order function that composes a dispatch function to return a new dispatch function. It is useful for logging actions, performing side effects like routing, or turning an asynchronous API call into a series of synchronous actions.

  • preloadedState?: State

    The initial headless state. You may optionally specify it to hydrate the state from the server in universal apps, or to restore a previously serialized user session.

ProductListingEngineConfiguration

The product listing engine configuration options.

Properties

  • accessToken: string

    The access token to use to authenticate requests against the Coveo Cloud endpoints. Typically, this will be an API key or search token that grants the privileges to execute queries and push usage analytics data in the target Coveo Cloud organization.

  • organizationId: string

    The unique identifier of the target Coveo Cloud organization (e.g., mycoveocloudorganizationg8tp8wu3)

  • analytics?: AnalyticsConfiguration

    Allows configuring options related to analytics.

  • name?: string

    The Engine name (e.g., myEngine). Specifying your Engine name will help in debugging when using an application with multiple Redux stores.

    Default: 'coveo-headless'

  • platformUrl?: string

    The Plaform URL to use. (e.g., https://platform.cloud.coveo.com) The platformUrl() helper method can be useful to know what url is available.

  • preprocessRequest?: PreprocessRequest

    Allows for augmenting a Platform request before it is sent.

  • renewAccessToken?: () => Promise<string>

    A function that fetches a new access token. The function must return a Promise that resolves to a string (the new access token).

LoggerOptions

The logger options.

Properties

  • browserPostLogHook?: (level: LogLevel, logEvent: LogEvent) => void

    Function which will be called after writing the log message in the browser.

  • level?: LevelWithSilent

    By default, is set to warn.

  • logFormatter?: (object: object) => object

    Changes the shape of the log object. This function will be called every time one of the log methods (such as .info) is called. All arguments passed to the log method, except the message, will be pass to this function. By default it does not change the shape of the log object.

Middleware<{}, State>[]

List of additional middlewares. A middleware is a higher-order function that composes a dispatch function to return a new dispatch function. It is useful for logging actions, performing side effects like routing, or turning an asynchronous API call into a series of synchronous actions.

Properties

  • (call): (api: MiddlewareAPI<D, S>): ( next: Dispatch<AnyAction> ) => (action: any) => any

AnalyticsConfiguration

Allows configuring options related to analytics.

Properties

  • analyticsClientMiddleware?: AnalyticsClientSendEventHook

    analyticsClientMiddleware allows to hook into an analytics event payload before it is sent to the Coveo platform.

  • anonymous?: boolean

    Whether analytics events should be logged anonymously. If set to true, the Usage Analytics Write API will not extract the name and userDisplayName, if present, from the search token

  • deviceId?: string

    The name of the device that the end user is using. It should be explicitly configured in the context of a native mobile app.

  • documentLocation?: string

    Specifies the URL of the current page or component.

  • enabled?: boolean

    Specifies if usage analytics tracking should be enabled.

    By default, all analytics events will be logged.

  • originContext?: string

    Sets the Origin Context dimension on the analytic events.

    You can use this dimension to specify the context of your application. The possible values are "Search", "InternalSearch", and "CommunitySearch".

    The default value is Search.

  • originLevel2?: string

    Origin level 2 is a usage analytics event metadata whose value should typically be the name/identifier of the tab from which the usage analytics event originates.

    When logging a Search usage analytics event, originLevel2 should always be set to the same value as the corresponding tab (parameter) Search API query parameter so Coveo Machine Learning models function properly, and usage analytics reports and dashboards are coherent.

    This value is optional, and will automatically try to resolve itself from the tab search parameter.

  • originLevel3?: string

    Origin level 3 is a usage analytics event metadata whose value should typically be the URL of the page that linked to the search interface that’s making the request.

    When logging a Search usage analytics event, originLevel3 should always be set to the same value as the corresponding referrer Search API query parameter so usage analytics reports and dashboards are coherent.

    This value is optional, and will automatically try to resolve itself from the referrer search parameter.

  • runtimeEnvironment?: IRuntimeEnvironment

    Optional analytics runtime environment, this is needed for analytics to work correctly if you’re running outside of a browser. See https://github.com/coveo/coveo.analytics.js for more info.

  • userDisplayName?: string

    Specifies the user display name for the usage analytics logs.

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Call signatures

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Methods

addReducers

Adds the specified reducers to the store.

Parameters

  • reducers: ReducersMapObject

    An object containing the reducers to attach to the engine.

disableAnalytics

Disable analytics tracking

enableAnalytics

Enable analytics tracking

subscribe

Adds a change listener. It will be called any time an action is dispatched, and some part of the state tree may potentially have changed. You may then access the new state.

Parameters

  • listener: () => void

    A callback to be invoked on every dispatch.

Returns Unsubscribe: A function to remove this change listener.

Engine Actions

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