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What is used for authentication in Rails nowadays?
3 projects | /r/rails | 10 Feb 2023
What is the right approach to handle an inventory system with Items and prices that may change over time? How do you adjust Item prices without affecting a past Sale that references it?
2 projects | /r/rails | 19 Dec 2022
A good system to study is Spree https://github.com/spree/spree. It has an inventory and billing system and supports different adjustments and sale configurations. If you don't want to use it wholesale it's a solid Rails application that does most of what you want so you can use it as solid inspiration.2 projects | /r/rails | 19 Dec 2022
Check out spree or similar ecommerce software. https://github.com/spree/spree
Self-hosted FOSS eCommerce solution suggestions
3 projects | /r/selfhosted | 9 Dec 2022
Spree Commerce: https://spreecommerce.org/
My Open Source eCommerce List
7 projects | /r/ecommerce | 16 Aug 2022
Laravel ECommerce Platforms
7 projects | /r/laravel | 16 Aug 2022
PHP ECommerce Platforms
7 projects | /r/PHP | 16 Aug 2022
Webshop preporuka za tehnologiju
3 projects | /r/programiranje | 8 Aug 2022
Are there any open source Rails templates for online stores .
2 projects | /r/rails | 12 Jul 2022
ROR ecommerce tutorial?
2 projects | /r/rubyonrails | 3 Apr 2022
I'd say Solidus and Spree are you best options rather than trying to roll out you own ecommerce solution.
Building and Growing Remote Teams with Ivy Evans
3 projects | dev.to | 26 Jan 2022
When I was working on that company, that mobile ordering app, Counterless, I looked a lot at codebases like Spree, the Spree Commerce codebase. And that's how I learned a lot about how do you model an order with line items and things like that? I saw some amazing things that helped me develop an understanding and save a ton of time by looking at oh, they have a state machine. What are the ways that an order transitions through all these different states as it gets processed and charged? And how do you track all of those things?
What are some alternatives?
Solidus - 🛒 Solidus, the open-source eCommerce framework for industry trailblazers.
Saleor - Saleor Core: the high performance, composable, headless commerce API.
Active Merchant - Active Merchant is a simple payment abstraction library extracted from Shopify. The aim of the project is to feel natural to Ruby users and to abstract as many parts as possible away from the user to offer a consistent interface across all supported gateways.
Bagisto - Free and open source laravel eCommerce platform
vendure - A headless GraphQL commerce platform for the modern web
Sylius - Open Source eCommerce Framework on Symfony
Shoppe - The tryshoppe.com website repository
ROR Ecommerce - Ruby on Rails Ecommerce platform, perfect for your small business solution.
Shuup - E-Commerce Platform
PrestaShop - PrestaShop is the universal open-source software platform to build your e-commerce solution.
stripe-ruby - Ruby library for the Stripe API.
Microweber - Drag and Drop Website Builder and CMS with E-commerce