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Ubercart Integrates Your Online Store with Drupal

Posted · Category: eCommerce, GPL License

Ubercart Open Source Shopping Cart

You can find lots of outstanding Open Source Shopping Carts on WebAppers. However, we have just found out that we have missed Ubercart in our free online shopping cart collection.

Ubercart is an exciting open source e-commerce package that fully integrates your online store with Drupal. It was designed to take advantage of Drupal’s major core and contributed systems, providing users with shopping cart functionality that seamlessly integrates with other parts of your company or community website.

One of the key strengths of Ubercart is its design that allows official and third party developers to add to or alter its features to accommodate virtually any e-commerce need. This means you’ll never have to change the source code to add new features, so you’ll have an easy upgrade path when the core gets improved or bugfixes are released.

Could you tell us your favourite one from our Shopping Cart Collection? Ubercart, Magento, PrestaShop, VirtueMart, OsCommerce or Zen Cart?

Requirements: -
Demo: http://www.ubercart.org/
License: GPL License

8 Comments
  • ditman

    I’d add WebAsyst Shop-Script. It has nothing to do with any CMS, but they have struck a balance between functionality and ease of use :)

    (Site down)

  • pac

    Ubercart because of all Drupal modules and easy modification you can do and Magento for the shop itself

  • http://www.wadejackman.com Wade Jackman

    I’ve had great experiences with the urbercart/ drupal combo. It seems to generate much less bugs than some of the alternatives.

  • http://www.savvarweb.com savvar

    Currently working with Magento. Bit frustrating if you don’t know MVC but there is great functionality there

  • Drupal-Fan

    WARNING! Ubercart still lacks in dealing with VAT/GST tax, which make Ubercart impossible to use legal in Europe, Australia, New Zealand and many other countries. So sad that the developers still don’t see the necessity to implement it. It would be a great boost for the whole Ubercart-project and the awesome Drupal CMS in general. At the moment Ubercart is a great but useless shopping-cart to a lot of people.

  • http://www.topnotchthemes.com Stephanie

    Actually, there’s a HUGE push right now to get VAT/GST stuff into Ubercart: http://drupal.org/project/issues/129292/term/989

    afaik, that’s the one big remaining thing before the final 2.0 release.

  • http://www.mployr.com Tech Jobs on MPLOYR

    My top three is OsCommerce, Magento and Zen-cart. Magento is a little more complicated but lots of features to play with. I have played with Ubercart but it looks promising!

  • http://neemtree.com.au theneemies

    Drupal offers two alternatives: http://drupal.org/project/ecommerce and http://drupal.org/project/ubercart. Of which, I highly recommend Ubercart – easy to configure, development updates at a rapid clip, and a super supportive community.

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