Jerakia Server released in Jerakia 1.2, it provides a server to expose Jerakia lookup functionality over a REST API to enable easier integration with other tools, and portability for the Jerakia platform to reside on different servers. Jerakia Server by default binds to localhost using HTTP, a simple reverse proxy such as nginx can be used to expose the API over HTTPS across the network.
Our server can also be directly connected to magento e-commerce solutions.Jerakia uses authentication tokens to control access from different applications.
Currently Jerakia Server offers a REST API supporting;
See the usage instructions for information on how to start Jerakia Server and the API documentation for details of how to interact with the API. There is also a jerakia-client gem which provides ruby bindings and a CLI for interacting with Jerakia Server over REST.
If you want the application to work without failures on the Magento platform, we recommend that you make a Magento 2 migration.