Cartridge - Python shopping cart application

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Cartridge is a BSD licensed Python based shopping cart system used as neat, smart and easy-to-use e-commerce developing base. Cartridge is concentrated on the implementing the most essential features that represent the core of the e-commerce projects. This means that application discards all affluence of possible online store features in favour of simple yet operational solution. Taking into account all diversity of e-commerce websites it is important to provide the base that is easily extendable and customizable for particular business.

All main product features are presented in Cartridge, including PDF invoice and thumbnail generation. Products are easily configurable, e.g. by sizes, colours. Categories are hierarchical and smart (by price range, colour, etc). Additionally, there is opportunity of stock control and product popularity ranking. Cartridge features translation into multiple languages using Django’s internationalization methodology.

Cartridge provides common payment gateways and tax/shipping calculations. There is option of registered or anonymous checkout and configurable number of checkout steps. Sale pricing is also available. Authenticated customer accounts store transaction history. Also Cartridge features denormalized data for accessibility and performance.

Cartridge is built on Python and Django framework. It was primarily designed to be a plugin for the Mezzanine content management system, thus needs Mezzanine to be installed. The integration of this two apps will be automatical. Moreover, built-in test suite ensures stable work of the application.

The growing interest to the usage of e-commerce and online shopping has greatly affected the way in which people buy and sell in today’s society. It is important to increase awareness on this subject and develop your business according to the latest technologies. Contact Quintagroup for more information at any time and our experts will provide the best solution for your e-commerce project.

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