September left behind many good resources about typography, iOS development and more responsive stuff. These are the resources on the web for October 2011. Start using the PayPal API now http://smashingmagazine.com/.../getting-started-with-the-paypal-api/ SM published this interesting article on the nuts and bolts of working (and suffering) with the PayPal API and how to integrate it in… Continue reading Web Design Resources for October 2011
WordPress is no longer just a blog software but a strong platform that it's used for many different projects. One of the uses that is growing in popularity day to day is using WordPress as an e-commerce platform. Let's review 10 plugins and themes that will help you to start your online store in no… Continue reading 10 e-commerce plugins and themes to start your online store with WordPress
The last hot topic on the WordPressverse is the story of WooThemes forking the codebase of JigoShop. Good, bad or just business? A little backgroundJigoShop is an E-commerce plugin for WordPress that you can find in WP Extend. Even though the plugin is new, JigoWatt, the company developing the plugin was not new to E-commerce,… Continue reading JigoShop vs WooCommerce: forking E-commerce
WordCamp San Francisco is the main conference of developers, users and fans about WordPress. This year, WordCamp SF had a massive number of 51 incredible speakers, with some of them even throwing two conferences, like @nacin and @Otto42. Here's a round up of the slides shared by the speakers. Andrew Nacin WordCamp SF 2011: Debugging… Continue reading Slides from WordCamp San Francisco 2011
eBay agreed today to buy Magento, the impressive suite of e-commerce. The Magento blog states that eBay is evolving to become a strategic commerce partner (...). As a centerpiece of this strategy, they are building a global, open commerce platform that leverages the worldwide developer community. And Magento will be at the core of this new,… Continue reading eBay acquires Magento
We will review a series of sites that allow you to deliver your digital goods on your own site or a hosted solution that allows you to market the items on your site, leaving the payment process to a third party.
A review of the most popular eCommerce specific CMS out there, both open source and paid ones. There's also a brief list of eCommerce plugins for some generic CMS like WordPress, Drupal or Plone.