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Demo Projects

This feature is only available in Bloomreach Enterprise Edition.



Run a Bloomreach Experience Manager SPA demo project.


Bloomreach provides an example React app to demonstrate the Bloomreach SPA SDKs. To run the example React app, you need a local Bloomreach Experience Manager instance with some configuration and demo content. 

To set up a local Bloomreach Experience Manager demo instance pre-configured for the example React app, use one of the following two options:

Once your Bloomreach Experience Manager instance is up and running, run the example React app.

Run Prebuilt Docker Image

The Docker image will be updated to 14.3.x soon. In the meantime, please use a local brXM project.

If you want to run a prebuilt demo project you can use this example Docker image:

docker run --net=host bloomreach/xm-spa-example
Docker Desktop for Mac users should follow the special instructions in the Docker image readme.

Create Bloomreach Experience Manager Project

These instructions are up-to-date for version 14.3.0.
  1. Create a project using the Maven archetype.
  2. Add the SPA Demo Essentials plugin dependency to essentials/pom.xml:
  3. Build and run your project:
    $ mvn verify
    $ mvn -P
  4. Go to http://localhost:8080/essentials in your browser.

  5. Enable enterprise features (see Image 1).
    Enable showing enterprise features
    Image 1. Enable showing enterprise features

  6. Install the SPA Integration Demo feature (see Image 2).
    Install SPA Integration Demo feature
    Image 2. Install SPA Integration Demo feature

  7. Stop the project and rebuild and restart it:
    $ mvn verify
    $ mvn -P
  8. The project is ready and the CMS can be accessed via http://localhost:8080/cms/.

Run Example React Application

Clone the repository, and build and run the example React application.

$ git clone
$ cd bloomreach-spa-sdk/examples/react-csr

Create a file called .env with the following contents:

See for more information on the above configuration.

Run the React Single Page Application example project locally:

$ npm install
$ npm run dev

The demo React app will be accessible at http://localhost:3000/ and will consume the Page Model JSON API at http://localhost:8080/site/resourceapi/. The app will also be accessible as a channel in the Experience manager (see Image 3).

Example React application
Image 3. Example React Application in the Experience manager

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