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Starting ecommerce site, need few ideas


Hello there guys. I have plenty of experience doing ecommerce site but they all get a bit tough to manage as the time passes by. In the past 1-2 years i've been doing laravel projects and I really like how amazing the framework is, so I've been tasked with porting one of our eCommerce software into a Laravel project. I've been given full freedom and I've chosen to start from the ground up, using laravel 5.x

So my question to you guys is, can you recommend some useful 3rd party packages, or just tips in general that I should consider. I've already aimed at Laravel cashier and phpleague's omnipay and a shopping cart package. Any other articles you guys can recommend?

Ramesh replied 2 years ago

The two most important steps that need to be followed for starting an online business are choosing the right products to be sold and selecting an appropriate ecommerce platform that will handle the complete ecommerce process.

I am aware of an ecommerce platform that provides affordable services and takes care of the end-to-end process of an ecommerce store. Contus eCommerce Development Company ( http://bit.ly/1pDipl6 ) is a one-stop solution for solving all ecommerce requirements.

Beginning from website hosting, designing, marketing, content management to the growth of a website; they can handle all that and more.

Moreover, a single team will be handling the complete process, so you can be assured that your website is in the right hands. The customer care of available on chat 24x7, so get in touch with them right away.

indpurvesh replied 9 months ago

Have you try modular avored e commerce.

AvoRed An Laravel E commerce

peterjohnpofi replied 4 months ago

I would like to suggest you to try Building your ecommerce website with ready made ecommerce platforms such as "Multi vendor shopping cart software". You can also make custom development in this ecommerce platform as per your business requirements. You can integrate any type of payment gateways and addons with a best custom made multi vendor ecommerce software. You can also cut down your investment in maintenance & upfront costs when you go with "Open source" based ecommerce marketplace script. enter image description here

Bagisto replied 3 months ago

I recommend you to give a try to Bagisto Laravel eCommerce, an Open Source eCommerce Framework built on top of Laravel and Vue.js.

You can check the Github Repo here: https://github.com/bagisto/bagisto

Live Demo Bagisto: https://demo.bagisto.com/

Unlike the traditional eCommerce Framework which is almost solved using plugins and extensions, Bagisto offers Multi-Warehouse Inventory which forms its core feature. It enhances and builds complete trust with the customers by delivering goods with absolute reliability.

We are also moving toward building the Multi-Vendor Marketplace, going mobile with PWA, implementing microservices and support to REST &GraphQL API. We will also be introducing Product Types like Booking and Subscription/Recurring, Dropshipping and Web-based POS.


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