JS Constants

Including Constants

You can include the JS constants by placing constants() in your <head>.

{{ constants() }}

Constants are included by default when creating a theme.

Available Constants

APPLICATION_URL

The full base URL of the application.

window.location = APPLICATION_URL;

APPLICATION_REFERENCE

The reference of the application defined by environment data.

let log = new XMLHttpRequest();

log.open('GET', REQUEST_ROOT_PATH + '/app/' + APPLICATION_REFERENCE + '/process.log', true);
log.setRequestHeader('Content-Type', 'application/json');

log.send();

APPLICATION_DOMAIN

The domain of the application defined by environment data.

window.location = 'https://' + APPLICATION_DOMAIN;

CSRF_TOKEN

The CSRF token value. This is helpful when sending requests to your application with JS.

let request = new XMLHttpRequest();

request.open('POST', REQUEST_ROOT_PATH + '/example/toggle', true);
request.setRequestHeader('Content-Type', 'application/json');

request.send(JSON.stringify({
    _token: CSRF_TOKEN
}));

APP_DEBUG

A boolean flag indicating whether debugging is enabled or not.

if (APP_DEBUG) {
    console.log(data);
}

APP_URL

The application URL as defined by configuration.

window.location = APP_URL;

REQUEST_ROOT

The entire request root.

REQUEST_ROOT_PATH

let log = new XMLHttpRequest();

log.open('GET', REQUEST_ROOT_PATH + '/app/' + APPLICATION_REFERENCE + '/process.log', true);
log.setRequestHeader('Content-Type', 'application/json');

log.send();

The request root path.

TIMEZONE

The configured application timezone.

console.log(TIMEZONE); // America/Chicago

LOCALE

The configured application locale.

console.log(LOCALE); // en