The Weekly Top 10: Learning about eCommerce
Thursday, 17 November 2016

The posts in this week's round up of items from blogs around the Internet will help you get started with eCommerce and understand better how to respond to online shopping habits.

 

snipcart.com - October CMS eCommerce Store Tutorial

in this post, I'm going to show you how to set up a store selling defense against the imminent White Walkers invasion. Because WINTER IS COMING big time, you know. ​


udemy.com - Learn E-Commerce Website in PHP & MySQL From Scratch!

Learn to create an online shopping store (eCommerce) website in PHP and MySQLi from scratch with Paypal integration - free course.


flinttechnology.co.uk - 15 Magento Blogs that Will Improve Your eCommerce Understanding

Magento is fairly straightforward in the main - but like all full featured platforms - it can get overwhelming. So the question is where do you turn when you get stuck? To help with those moments, we present a roundup of the biggest and best Magento blogs and resources out there.


code.tutsplus.com - How to Set Up Downloadable Products in OpenCart

Today, we’ll go through all the steps that are required to set up downloadable products in OpenCart. To demonstrate it, I’ll create a sample downloadable product using the OpenCart back-end interface, and we’ll also create a dummy order in the front-end to see how OpenCart makes it available to users after purchase.


shakeelosmani.wordpress.com - ASP.net MVC Step-By-Step Complete eCommerce Tutorial

In this tutorial, we are building a simple eCommerce application, with most of the features of modern day eCommerce websites, like a catalog, product categories, a shopping cart, checkout mechanism, an user authentication module and a content administration module.


yalantis.com - How to Design UI for an eCommerce App

This article provides useful insights on designing the main components for an eCommerce app: a list of goods, filters, a shopping cart, and a checkout process.


dzone.com - Interview: Troy Giunipero, Author of NetBeans eCommerce Tutorial

Troy Giunipero is a student at the University of Edinburgh studying toward an MSc in Computer Science, and formerly one of the NetBeans Docs writers, where he spent most of his time writing Java web tutorials. In this interview, Troy introduces you to the NetBeans eCommerce tutorial.


shopify.com - Powering Mobile Apps with the New iOS and Android Buy SDKs

We recently released a significant update to our iOS and Android Buy SDK. This update comes packed with upgrades, including some of our most requested features: customer accounts and Android Pay support. Take a look!


blog.optimizely.com - Infographic: Online Shopping Trends - Europe 2016

Optimizely recently conducted a survey of over 3,500 consumers who shop online in Northern Europe. In this infographic we highlight the key differences between countries in terms of their spending habits, security concerns and preferences when shopping online.


inviqa.com - Magento 2 Tutorial: What's New for Frontend Developers?

This frontend overview of Magento 2 is based on real-world experience with the platform. This seres aims to provide an understanding of what it’s like to work with Magento 2 from a frontend engineer, backend engineer and admin user perspective.


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