Morten Felumb
Dec 5, 2014
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(7 votes)

Get up to speed with Commerce Starter Kit

Creating a web shop on a new platform is a challenging task. You must at least implement a product catalog, shopping cart, checkout procedure, payment provider, shipping provider and a workflow for order handling. And on top of this - a user friendly and responsive front end.

How do you get started? You can either read the full EPiServer Commerce documentation OR you can download the open source Commerce Starter Kit. The project is a fully functional web shop which can be used «as is» or customized to your needs. Open the project and take a look at how you can use the Commerce API. It will probably save you a lot of time.

The Starter Kit was developed by EPiServer Norway in collaboration with OXX AS. It is a Visual Studio MVC project built on the latest version of EPiServer Commerce and CMS. The project is available for download on GitHub: https://github.com/OXXAS/CommerceStarterKit/. Feel free to report bugs and enhancement requests.

Check out https://github.com/OXXAS/CommerceStarterKit/wiki for more info.

Enjoy!

Dec 05, 2014

Comments

Dec 5, 2014 03:08 PM

A very nice resource for people starting out with their MVC Commerce project! I will be scouring the source code in the coming days :)

Dec 5, 2014 03:23 PM

Fantastic stuff!!! I've already set it up twice this week. 5 minutes of actual effort.

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