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Subject: [aclug-L] Re: php-based shopping cart question
From: Clint A Brubakken <cabrubak@xxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 05 Apr 2004 09:29:10 -0500
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Its been over a year, but if you want php, I liked oscommerce. It was
very modular and not hard to configure and modify. Its still probably
more then you need, but I'm pretty sure you can take of the shipping
options at least.

On Mon, 2004-04-05 at 02:48, Jesse Kaufman wrote:
> i've glanced over the plethora of shopping cart software out there, but have 
> a 
> kinda unique application that i'm needing a solution for ...
> basically, we're wanting to add support for online ordering of meals to 
> (think papa john's "order online" button) ... obviously all 
> the shipping stuff is moot (since there is no shipping involved, except for 
> the possibility of a future "delivery" option) ...  not 100% sure on how all 
> the payment stuff will work (probably have at least options for check/cash on 
> delivery/pickup and eventually online CC payment, depending on what services 
> the current CC provider has for online payments) ...
> anyway, if anyone knows of something already written to do this or similar, 
> i'd love to know ... most of the e-commerce things i've seen are WAY 
> overboard for this stage ...  haven't had much experience with the e-commerce 
> packages out there, but have had extensive experience w/ writing my own 
> php/mysql stuff and would like to get away with as little work as possible 
> w/o reinventing the wheel ...
> thx,
> gLaNDix
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