OpenCart alternatives and similar software solutions
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9.8 10.0 L3 OpenCart VS MagentoAll Submissions you make to Magento Inc. ("Magento") through GitHub are subject to the following terms and conditions: (1) You grant Magento a perpetual, worldwide, non-exclusive, no charge, royalty free, irrevocable license under your applicable copyrights and patents to reproduce, prepare derivative works of, display, publically perform, sublicense and distribute any feedback, ideas, code, or other information (“Submission") you submit through GitHub. (2) Your Submission is an original work of authorship and you are the owner or are legally entitled to grant the license stated above. (3) You agree to the Contributor License Agreement found here: https://github.com/magento/magento2/blob/master/CONTRIBUTOR_LICENSE_AGREEMENT.html
9.7 9.9 L5 OpenCart VS SaleorA modular, high performance, headless e-commerce platform built with Python, GraphQL, Django, and React.
9.7 9.9 L4 OpenCart VS Spree CommerceOpen Source multi-language/multi-currency/multi-store E-commerce platform for Ruby on Rails with a modern UX, PWA frontend, REST API, GraphQL, several official extensions, and 3rd party integrations.
9.5 6.5 OpenCart VS Reaction CommerceReaction is an API-first, headless commerce platform built using Node.js, React, GraphQL. Deployed via Docker and Kubernetes.
9.4 10.0 L2 OpenCart VS PrestaShopPrestaShop is an Open Source e-commerce platform, committed to providing the best shopping cart experience for both merchants and customers.
8.5 9.6 OpenCart VS Open Source POSOpen Source Point of Sale is a web based point of sale application written in PHP using CodeIgniter framework. It uses MySQL as the data back end and has a Bootstrap 3 based user interface.
8.5 9.9 OpenCart VS BagistoA Free and Opensource Laravel eCommerce framework built for all to build and scale your business.
8.2 6.3 L3 OpenCart VS AttendizeAttendize is an open-source ticket selling and event management platform built on Laravel.
8.1 9.3 OpenCart VS SharetribeSharetribe Go is a source available marketplace software, also available as a hosted, no-code SaaS product. For a headless, API-first marketplace solution, check out Sharetribe Flex: https://www.sharetribe.com/flex.
7.4 8.8 L3 OpenCart VS Shopware Community EditionShopware 5 Repository - For Shopware 6 visit https://github.com/shopware/platform
6.5 10.0 L4 OpenCart VS Open Food NetworkConnect suppliers, distributors and consumers to trade local produce. We're recruiting paid contributors, link below.
6.2 0.0 L2 OpenCart VS OsclassWith Osclass, get your own classifieds site for free. Build your own Osclass installation and start advertising real estate, jobs or whatever you want- in minutes!
6.0 7.1 L4 OpenCart VS TheliaThelia is an open source tool for creating e-business websites and managing online content. Repo containing the new major version (v2)
4.7 9.0 L3 OpenCart VS Open ClassifiedsYclas Self Hosted is a powerful script that can transform any domain into a fully customizable classifieds site within a few seconds.
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OpenCart is a free open source ecommerce platform for online merchants. OpenCart provides a professional and reliable foundation from which to build a successful online store.
How to install
Please read the [installation instructions](INSTALL.md) included in the repository or download file.
How to upgrade from previous versions
Please read the [upgrading instructions](UPGRADE.md) included in the repository or download file.
Reporting a bug
Read the instructions below before you create a bug report.
- Search the OpenCart forum, ask the community if they have seen the bug or know how to fix it.
- Check all open and closed issues on the GitHub bug tracker.
- If your bug is related to the OpenCart core code then please create a bug report on GitHub.
- READ the changelog for the master branch
- Use Google to search for your issue.
- Make sure that your bug/issue is not related to your hosting environment.
If you are not sure about your issue, it is always best to ask the community on our bug forum thread
- If your bug report is not related to the core code (such as a 3rd party module or your server configuration) then the issue will be closed without a reason. You must contact the extension developer, use the forum or find a commercial partner to resolve a 3rd party code issue.
- If you would like to report a serious security bug please PM an OpenCart moderator/administrator on the forum. Please do not report concept/ideas/unproven security flaws - all security reports are taken seriously but you must include the EXACT details steps to reproduce it. Please DO NOT post security flaws in a public location.
How to contribute
Fork the repository, edit and submit a pull request.
Please be very clear on your commit messages and pull request, empty pull request messages may be rejected without reason.
Your code standards should match the OpenCart coding standards. We use an automated code scanner to check for most basic mistakes - if the test fails your pull request will be rejected.
The version is broken down into 4 points e.g 184.108.40.206 We use MAJOR.MINOR.FEATURE.PATCH to describe the version numbers.
A MAJOR is very rare, it would only be considered if the source was effectively re-written or a clean break was desired for other reasons. This increment would likely break most 3rd party modules.
A MINOR is when there are significant changes that affect core structures. This increment would likely break some 3rd party modules.
A FEATURE version is when new extensions or features are added (such as a payment gateway, shipping module etc). Updating a feature version is at a low risk of breaking 3rd party modules.
A PATCH version is when a fix is added, it should be considered safe to update patch versions e.g 220.127.116.11 to 18.104.22.168
OpenCart will announce to developers 1 week prior to public release of FEATURE versions, this is to allow for testing of their own modules for compatibility. For bigger releases (ones that contain many core changes, features and fixes) an extended period will be considered following an announced release candidate (RC). Patch versions (which are considered safe to update with) may have a significantly reduced developer release period.
The master branch will always contain an "_rc" postfix of the next intended version. The next "_rc" version may change at any time.
Developer release source code will not change once tagged.
If a bug is found in an announced developer release that is significant (such as a major feature is broken) then the release will be pulled. A patch version will be issued to replace it, depending on the severity of the patch an extended testing period may be announced. If the developer release version was never made public then the preceding patch version tag will be removed.
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*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the OpenCart README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.