Re: Java/Hibernate e-commerce open source project:ElasticPath
2005-07-03 17:25:35 GMT
Never the less a good example of a simple product web site and demo, IMO.
Ok, has anyone used or know of an open source, java based, e-commerce framework? I know of oscommerce, a PHP/apache/mysql, framework that's quite complete I hear.
Allan Marks wrote:
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Was curious about ElasticPath and just checked their site, but it doesn’t appear that the product is open source. They advertise that it can run on a 100% open source stack, but the ecommerce app itself is pay-for-play to the tune of $13K.
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For being open source these guys have the best website, demo, an actual discussion of their architecture and features etc...
Should you be considering an e-commerce app, shopping cart inventory management, the above is so far the best I've seen. It's java/hibernate based too.
Other open source frameworks like this have been PHP / apache based, which is great, but not as compatible with my work's env as java under any web/java container du jour.
Has anyone used ElasticPath or other open source (java) e-commerce apps?
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