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Features

  • Automatically loads the PactSafe Snippet into your app so all you have to do is call _ps to use the PactSafe library.

PSClickWrap Component:

  • Renders a PactSafe ClickWrap group by providing a site access ID and group key
  • Ability to render PactSafe ClickWrap groups dynamically using a filter to specify contract ID's and/or tags
  • Ability to render a dynamic PactSafe ClickWrap by passing in a custom render_data object
  • Ability to override properties set within the PactSafe App's group configuration such as:
  • Ability to hook into events fired by the Snippet using function props (See documentation on PSClickwrap callback props here)

PSBrowseWrap Component:

  • Renders a PactSafe BrowseWrap group by providing a site access ID and group key
  • Ability to override properties set within the PactSafe App's group configuration such as:

Demo & Examples

Check out a live demo of both the PSClickwrap and PSBrowsewrap components here

PSClickWrap:

PSClickCrap

PSBrowseWrap:

PSBrowseWrap

To build the examples locally, you must first clone the repository add your PactSafe access id by creating a .env file in the root directory and add the following contents:

PACTSAFE_ACCESS_ID=<YOUR_PACTSAFE_ACCESS_ID_HERE>

After doing this, you need to create both a clickwrap group with the group key example-clickwrap and a browsewrap with the key example-browsewrap. In your example clickwrap group, if you
want the render data to work properly, create three tokens in a contract within the example-clickwrap group with the API field names to be: user_token_value, another_token_value, and last_token_value.

Installation

The easiest way to use pactsafe-react-sdk is to install it from NPM

npm install @pactsafe/pactsafe-react-sdk --save

You can also directly download the source files from unpkg to link to the source files directly or download the source from Github and build it yourself.

The following can be found in the project's root directory, as well as compiled using npm run build:

  • A CommonJS build in lib/
  • An ES modules build in es/ (enabled by default/without configuration using npm install)
  • UMD development and production builds in /umd

Usage

Using PSClickWrap

In order to use the PSClickWrap, you must specify a signer ID selector that corresponds to the ID of an <input> field on the page that will identify the signer (usually an email field). This ID should then be passed as the signerIdSelector prop to the PSClickWrap component:

import {PSClickWrap} from 'pactsafe-react-sdk'
...
<input type="email" id="userEmail" placeholder="Your Email"/>

<PSClickWrap accessId={YOUR_PACTSAFE_ACCESS_ID_HERE} groupKey={YOUR_GROUP_KEY_HERE} signerIdSelector={userEmail}/>

Replace with YOUR_PACTSAFE_ACCESS_ID_HERE with your PactSafe Site Access ID found here

Replace YOUR_GROUP_KEY_HERE with your group's key found within your PactSafe group's configuration

Pass in any additional options using props on the PSClickWrap component.

Using PSBrowseWrap

Your PSBrowseWrap component should be placed where you would like your Legal Center link to appear on the page. Pass what you want the link's text to display as using the linkText prop.

import {PSBrowseWrap} from 'pactsafe-react-sdk'
...

<PSBrowseWrap accessId={YOUR_PACTSAFE_ACCESS_ID_HERE} groupKey={YOUR_GROUP_KEY_HERE} linkText={'View Legal Center'}/>

Properties

PSClickWrap Properties:

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Prop
Type
Default
Required
Description

accessId

string

none - Required Value

Yes

PactSafe site access ID

clickWrapStyle

string.oneOf['full', 'scroll', 'checkbox', 'combined', 'embedded']

Value specified in PactSafe Group's UI

No

Override the clickwrap style specified in the PactSafe Group Interface

confirmationEmail

bool

Value specified in PactSafe Group's UI

No

Override whether to send a confirmation email to the signer upon contract acceptance

containerId

string

ps-clickwrap

Yes

The div ID that will contain your clickwrap. You should override this if you plan on displaying more than one contract on a page.

disableSending

bool

false

No

Turn this on if you want to manually send the agreed event instead of it automatically being sent on contract acceptance. See documentation on manually sending the agreed event here.

displayAll

bool

true

No

Display all contracts in the group immediately. If disabled, a contract will only be displayed if the signer hasn't accepted the latest version.

displayImmediately

bool

true

No

Display the group's contracts as soon as the Signer ID is available. If disabled, contracts will remain hidden until you call displayRequired()

dynamic

bool

false

No

If you would like to use dynamic render_data in your contract, you must set this to true, you MUST also pass an object into the render_data prop.

filter

string

null

No, Yes if groupKey prop is not passed

Allows you to dynamically load contracts without having to specify a group. Filter must be in the format: id==123,456 OR id==12345 and tags==tag1,tag2 OR tags==tag1,tag2. See documentation for more information on using dynamic groups.

forceScroll

bool

Value specified in PactSafe Group's UI

No

Disable acceptance until the signer scrolls to the bottom of each contract.

groupKey

string

null

Yes, unless filter prop is passed

PactSafe group key, this is found within the PactSafe Groups configuration.

psScriptURL

string

'//vault.pactsafe.io/ps.min.js'

Yes

If using a custom (or development) version of the ps.js file, pass the file URL in here. You probably won't need to use this.

backupScriptUrl

string

'//d3l1mqnl5xpsuc.cloudfront.net/ps.min.js'

No

If using a custom (or development) version of the ps.js file, pass the alternative backup URL in here. Otherwise, this will default to the cloudfront backup provided by the ps.js snippet. This is designed to load if the first script (defined in psScriptURL) fails to load

renderData

object

null

If dynamic is set to true

Object containing the dynamic render data for your contract. For more information on using dynamic contracts, check out this documentation.

signerIdSelector

string

null

Yes

The ID of the <input> element that will be used to identify the signer.

signerId

string

null

No, unless signerIdSelector is not passed

Use this to set the signer id directly

testMode

bool

false

No

Enable this to register any contract acceptances as test data that can be cleared within the PactSafe UI

onAll

function

undefined

No

See onAll below

onSent

function

undefined

No

See onSent below

onRetrieved

function

undefined

No

See onRetrieved below

onSet

function

undefined

No

See onSet below

onSetSignerId

function

undefined

No

See onSetSignerId below

onValid

function

undefined

No

See onValid below

onInvalid

function

undefined

No

See onInvalid below

onRendered

function

undefined

No

See onRendered below

onDisplayed

function

undefined

No

See onDisplayed below

onScrolled

function

undefined

No

See onScrolled below

onScrolledContract

function

undefined

No

onError

function

undefined

No

See onError below

PSClickwrap Triggered Event Callback Props:

New in v2.0 of the React SDK we are introducing triggered event props. These props are functions that can be passed in as props and are called in response to events that happen after a user interacts with a PSClickwrap component. These function props correspond to the triggered events that can be also created using the _ps global created by the snippet. For more information on how triggered events work within the PSSnippet and calling them without the props, you can learn about them here. By using function props, the component will interact with the _ps API for you and clean up after itself when the component is destroyed.
The demo page contains various callback examples and the corresponding callback events can be observed in the console output.

As a quick example of the usage of these, if you wanted to enable a button on a valid clickwrap event, here is example code to do so using the onValid and onInvalid event props:

import { PSClickWrap } from 'pactsafe-react-sdk'

...

class Example extends React.Component {
    constructor(props){
        super(props);
        this.state = { hasAgreed: false };
    }
    
    onValid = () => {
        this.setState({ hasAgreed: true });
    }
    
    onInvalid = () => {
        this.setState({ hasAgreed: false });
    }
    
    render () {
        return 
        <div>
            <input type="email" id="userEmail" placeholder="Your Email"/>
    
            <PSClickWrap accessId={YOUR_PACTSAFE_ACCESS_ID_HERE} groupKey={YOUR_GROUP_KEY_HERE} signerIdSelector={userEmail} onValid={this.onValid} onInvalid={this.onInvalid}/>
    
            <button disabled={!this.state.hasAgreed} type="submit">Submit</button>
        </div>
    }
}

If you do not want to use event callback props, the _ps is loaded into the window object for you to access and set event listeners manually. Using the _ps global you should be able to do everything listed in our full documentation on the PS.js library

The list below describes the props names and corresponding PactSafe event:

onAll

_ps event: all

A special event that is triggered when any other event is triggered. The name of the original event is always the first argument passed to the callback function. The rest of the arguments will match whatever arguments were passed to the original event's callback function.

Callback Arguments:

Name Type Description
event String The name of the event that was triggered.
[arguments] Array<Any> All of the arguments that were passed to the original event.

onSent

_ps event: sent

Triggered when a send command has been completed successfully.

Callback Arguments:

Name Type Description
event_type String The type of action that was sent. Supported values include: 'agreed', 'disagreed', 'displayed', 'visited' and 'updated'.
parameters Object An object containing the contract and group details that were sent. Contains three parameters: 'contracts', 'versions' and 'group'.
context Site, BrowsewrapGroup or ClickwrapGroup The Site or Group object that initiated the send command.
payload String The URL-encoded payload that would have been sent to the Action API. This argument is only present when the prop disable_sending is set to true.

onRetrieved

_ps event: retrieved

Triggered when a retrieved command has been completed successfully.

Callback Arguments:

Name Type Description
responseJSON Object The JSON response body returned by the XMLHttpRequest.
xhr XMLHttpRequest The raw XMLHttpRequest that was sent to the Action API.
context Site, BrowsewrapGroup or ClickwrapGroup The Site or Group object that initiated the retrieve command.

onSet

_ps event: set

Triggered when a parameter is set. Note: This event will only be triggered for specific parameters. Supported parameters include: signer_id, signer_id_selector, form_selector. Since this is an event listener for site level properties, you should only set this on
one clickwrap on the page if multiple are mounted in order to guarantee the function is idempotent, otherwise it will be called once per clickwrap.

Callback Arguments:

Name Type Description
parameter String The name of the parameter that was set.
value String, Number, Object, Function, etc. The raw XMLHttpRequest that was sent to the Action API.
context Site, BrowsewrapGroup or ClickwrapGroup The Site or Group object on which the parameter was set.

onSetSignerId

_ps event: set:signer_id

Triggered when the signer_id parameter is set.

Callback Arguments:

Name Type Description
value String The signer_id that was set
context Site, BrowsewrapGroup or ClickwrapGroup The Site or Group object on which the parameter was set.

onValid

_ps event: valid

Triggered when all of the contracts in a Group have been accepted by a signer.

Callback Arguments:

Name Type Description
parameters Object An object containing the contracts and versions that belong to the Group. Contains three parameters: 'contracts', 'versions' and 'group'
context BrowsewrapGroup or ClickwrapGroup The Group object that was validated

onInvalid

_ps event: invalid

Triggered when all of the contracts in a Group are no longer accepted by a signer. This event will be triggered if a signer un-checks a contract on a valid Group.

Callback Arguments:

Name Type Description
parameters Object An object containing the contracts and versions that belong to the Group. Contains three parameters: 'contracts', 'versions' and 'group'
context BrowsewrapGroup or ClickwrapGroup The Group object that was invalidated

onRendered

_ps event: rendered

Triggered when a Group object has been rendered.

Callback Arguments:

Name Type Description
context ClickwrapGroup The Group object that was rendered

onDisplayed

_ps event: displayed

Triggered when a Group object displays a contract.

Callback Arguments:

Name Type Description
element HTMLElement The contract's HTMLElement that was displayed.
context ClickwrapGroup The Group object that displayed the contract

onScrolled

_ps event: scrolled

Triggered when "Force Scroll" has been enabled in your Group Settings (or passed as a prop) and all of the contracts in a Group have been scrolled to the bottom of within a "Scroll" or "Embedded" Group style/layout.

Callback Arguments:

Name Type Description
contractsElement Object The element containing the entire container selector of the group.
context ClickwrapGroup The Group object that had all contracts scrolled to the bottom

onScrolledContract

_ps event: scrolled:contract

Triggered when "Force Scroll" has been enabled in your Group Settings (or passed as a prop) and one of the contracts in a Group has been scrolled to the bottom of a "Scroll" or "Embedded" Group style/layout.

Callback Arguments:

Name Type Description
contractHTML Object An object containing the HTML of the contract that has been scrolled to the bottom.
group ClickwrapGroup The Group object that was scrolled to the bottom

onError

_ps event: error

Triggered when a send or retrieve command encounters an error before being sent.

Callback Arguments:

Name Type Description
message String A message describing why the error occurred.
event_type String The type of action that was being sent.
context Site, BrowsewrapGroup, or ClickwrapGroup The Site or Group object that initiated the command.

PSBrowseWrap Properties:

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Prop Type Default Required? Description
accessId string null Yes PactSafe site access ID
alwaysVisible bool false No Keep the badge visible on the page at all times. If disabled, the badge will be hidden if the target link is visible on screen.
badgeText string value of linkText No Provide alternate text for the BrowseWrap badge
groupKey string null Yes PactSafe group key, this is found within the PactSafe Groups configuration.
link string null If openLegalCenter is set to false Location of where the BrowseWrap link should redirect to, should only be used if openLegalCenter is set to false, otherwise the link will open the group's PactSafe legal center
linkText string null Yes The text that your BrowseWrap link will display (for example, 'Legal Center' or 'Terms of Service')
openLegalCenter bool true No Open this group's legal center page when the badge or link is clicked. If enabled, the target link's original href will be replaced.
position string.oneOf['middle', 'left', 'right', 'auto'] auto Yes Position of where the BrowseWrap badge will float within the browser window
psScriptURL string '//vault.pactsafe.io/ps.min.js' Yes If using a custom (or development) version of the ps.js file, pass the file URL in here. You probably won't need to use this.

License

Copyright (c) 2019 PactSafe.

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