osCommerce Screenshots

osCommerce screenshotsosCommerce is an Open Source online store e-commerce system that is available at no cost under the GNU Basic Public License. It functions a wide set of out-of-the-box online shopping cart feature-set that enables shop owners to setup, run, and maintain e-shops with minimum effort and with no costs, fees, or limitations involved. See also osCommerce alternatives

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osCommerce was launched in March 2000 in Germany by project founder and leader Harald Ponce de Leon as The Exchange Project. As of August 2008 the osCommerce website says that there are over 14000, 'live' sites using the software. This number is almost certainly conservative, given the inclusion of osCommerce in hosting panel app installers such as Fantastico (web hosting) and its dependency on osCommerce users linking their websites into the osCommerce Live Stores listings.

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In November 2010 the development of osCommerce v2. 2 was met with another stable release. Edition 2. 3, as it was branded, takes advantage of the benefits of Tableless web design, and contains a number of social networking functions.

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Edition 3. 0has been released on March 31st 2011 and is a major re-write of the software to incorporate an object-oriented platform, a template solution to enable simple template changes, and inclusion of an administration-area username and pass definition during setup.

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