Sylius is an completely free and Open Source eCommerce technology, fully based on Symfony, the best and most popular PHP framework. Loved by innovative businesses and developers for the highest quality of code, strong testing culture, built-in Agile (BDD) workflows, exceptional flexibility and easy integrations thanks to its powerful REST API.
expressCart is an open source, fully functional Node.js shopping cart with Stripe and PayPal payment options built in by default. expressCart is a searched based shopping cart, meaning it doesn't have categories but rather indexes products by keywords and title.
WooCommerce REST API is great but it’s missing one important endpoint that allows you to manage the cart.
That’s were Cart REST API for WooCommerce comes in. It uses the Cart the same way Ajax requests are handled. I also added two missing components to when viewing the cart contents which is the product name and the main featured image URL which is normally requested after. This saves time running additional requests.
Cart REST API for WooCommerce is created for developers in mind and allows you to use WooCommerce’s REST API to it’s full potential. This also provides the option to create a full app for your WooCommerce store.
Intrigued? I bet you are. See the documentation on how to use the API today.
You can also contribute to Cart REST API for WooCommerce. The project is open source and available on GitHub.
This project aims to develop a simple, serverless Online Store with Google Sheet API.
Disclaimer: The whole project is still work-in-progress. The payment gateway and logistics functions are not yet integrated. Also, the setup procedure has been tested on Mac OS only. If you still want to have a quick look at the project, please keep reading.
Vue Storefront 1.0 is production-ready an all-in-one front-end that enables you to run a new eCommerce front-end without any changes in the backend platform.
It gives you the possibility to create a storefront for both web and mobile with a native-like mobile experience.
It is hard to make a tl;dr for VS, so feel free to ask any questions :)