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Spree

Spree Commerce

Spree Commerce (Spree) is an open source e-commerce platform powered by the popular Ruby on Rails framework.

Spree consists of several different gems, each of which are maintained in a single repository and documented in a single set of online documentation It is designed to make programming commerce applications easier by making several assumptions about what most developers needs to get started. Spree is a production ready store that can be used "out of the box", but more importantly, it is also a developer tool that can be used as a solid foundation for a more sophisticated application than what is generally possible with traditional open source offerings.

The goal of the project is to build a complete open source commerce solution for Ruby on Rails. It was originally developed by Sean Schofield and is now maintained by a dedicated core team. Spree is not just a stand-alone eCommerce platform. Instead, Spree provides merchants with a fully loaded server with Spree installed and ready for you to customize.

 Spree 2.4.2

Price
Free to download

Size
14.4MB
License

New BSD License

Developer
Spree Commercem Inc.

Website
spreecommerce.com

System Requirements
spree_api
spree_frontend
spree_backend
spree_cmd
spree_core
spree_dash
spree_sample
Rails 3.2.13
Bundler
Image Magick library
Spree Gem

Support:
Documentation, Blog, Extensions, Mailing List, github

Selected Reviews:

Features include:

  • Custom look and feel
  • Flexible checkout flow
  • Themes
  • Simplicity
  • Built using some of the payment gateway code from Shopify
  • Over 50 Payment Gateways Supported
  • Support for UPS, FedEx and USPS are provided by the ActiveShipping library
  • Extendable via an array of extensions
  • Single Page Checkout
  • Guest Checkout
  • Simple upgrades
  • 100% REST
  • Advanced inventory features
  • Built in support for Google Analytics
  • Search engine friendly
  • Support for multiple international locales

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