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Re: [denverwebtech] Re: eCommerce platforms

From: Michael C.
Sent on: Tuesday, July 28, 2009 10:19 AM
Thanks John.  I'll check out Ubercart.  I'm curious about the magazine subscription piece, since I'm working with subscription stuff right now, using the MailChimp API.  Can you tell me more about that?  Were subscription payments involved?


John wrote:
On Mon, Jul 27, 2009 at 3:16 PM, Michael Caskey<[address removed]> wrote:
  
Here's a q for the crew... what's your favorite ecommerce platform?  I've
been using magento lately, with lots of success, but I'm becoming more
interested in using Drupal as a site platform, and of course... ecommerce.
I also have a thing going with Goodbarry/sitecatalyst.  What's your gig?

Thanks!

Mike Caskey
Caskey Art & Development
http://casadev.com (yeah, I know, it's 4 years old!)
    

Personally, I'm fond of Drupal with Ubercart.  I recently had to set
up an online system for allowing folks to subscribe to a magazine, and
ubercart let us set up and get going with it much faster than I'd
expected.
  

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