there are quite a few out there, i have tried a couple of them but haven’t been happy with most. tell me what you favorites are and why opencart seems good but i’ve been using fatfreecart for now
here are a couple i’ve tried/ heard of ubercart magentocommerce virtuemart opencart oscommerce zencart prestashop foxycart creloaded WP e-Commerce storesprite freeway quick.cart
Oo i’ve always wanted to customize a shopping cart product. I once (foolishly) built my own … OMG it took forever and was a bit buggy
There’s also Shopify though I guess that’s a hosted app
- Author had a File in an Envato Bundle
- Author had a Free File of the Month
- Author was Featured
- Bought between 10 and 49 items
- Exclusive Author
- Has been a member for 4-5 years
- Item was Featured
- Referred between 50 and 99 users
- Sold between 10 000 and 50 000 dollars
Here’s another vote for Magento.
i tried magento a while ago but couldn’t get past installation, i guess i should try it again…. i wonder what themeforest is built on?
I use magento, I think its really amazing.
I use Joomla! + Virtue Mart. very powerful CMS /E-Commerce solution.
Virtuemart seems a bit buggy.
jaswindervirdee : ThemeForest was probably built with Rails like FD.
I have studied so many CMS systems & hosted e-Commerce solutions though I ran with the Flash Based Carts I now sell on FlashDen to cater to those who do not wish to be confound to a specific look or template.
Collis is right about Shopify. They have a great design, e-Junkie’s features are hard to beat, and even Big-Cartel has a great solution for musicians.
All-in-All, it really depends on the buyers preferences.
Though, if you want to develop or design special features into your site, you need the source code.