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[nycphp-talk] It's 2007, and we haven't talked about Shopping Carts since last year

Peter Sawczynec ps at sun-code.com
Tue Jan 16 14:13:27 EST 2007


http://sourceforge.net/projects/phpay/

phPay. From the descrip at sourceforge:
phPay is an ecommerce-, webshop- and catalog system for PHP4 & MySQL.
Features: no cookies, discounts, 
usrgroups, easy to admin & design, multiple currencies, stock-tracking;
support for dansk, 
english, french, german, spanish included.


My input: 
This project has not been updated in awhile and some developer notes are not
in Eng. 
But, it does offer quite a few features for a skin and bones cart that you
can manipulate thoroughly. 
The core of cart logic itself is in one easy to modify and expand class. 

If you really need a basic cart for a small business on a squeezed budget
and 
you got the latitude to improvise and pump it up. This set of scripts could 
still nominally assist you.

Warmest regards, 
 
Peter Sawczynec 
Technology Dir.
Sun-code.com 
Web related services 
646.316.3678 
ps at sun-code.com



-----Original Message-----
From: talk-bounces at lists.nyphp.org [mailto:talk-bounces at lists.nyphp.org] On
Behalf Of edward potter
Sent: Tuesday, January 16, 2007 11:50 AM
To: NYPHP Talk
Subject: Re: [nycphp-talk] It's 2007,and we haven't talked about Shopping
Carts since last year


I found this site awhile back, a SUPER SIMPLE bare bones, PHP shopping
cart.  For some reason, the simplicity of it caught my eye.

The code is all there, was thinking I should revisit it. Needs a solid
DB backend, but for what it is, worth a look?

http://www.auberger.com/couffin/

thanks, ed  :-)



On 1/16/07, Dell Sala <dell at sala.ca> wrote:
> On Jan 16, 2007, at 8:54 AM, Jon Baer wrote:
>
> > But does anyone know what ever happened to the OSCommerce
> > development?  Someone should take it over and "Cake" it :-)
>
> Has anyone tried BakeSale? http://cakeforge.org/projects/bakesale/
>
> re: OSCommerce -- Customizing that software is probably the most
> unpleasant coding experience I've ever had. I still haven't found a
> package that supports nearly as many useful features out of the box.
> But the coding style is so crazy that I just don't trust it. Has
> anyone used ZenCart? My understanding is that it is a "well
> maintained" fork of OSC.
>
> -- Dell
>
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