Store - eCommerce for 5.7 is now free

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We released Store about 3 weeks ago, and since then have been getting tons of feedback from the community that uses eCommerce add-ons regularly.

We beefed it up considerably and got a lot of it in shape. It's now available here in the marketplace at zero cost:https://www.concrete5.org/marketplace/addons/store-ecommerce-from-vi...

Quick feature list:
- product management
- product, product list, utility links (cart/login) block
- product detail pages
- Digital Downloads
- Authorize.net/Invoice Payment Methods
- Flexible tax options

Looking for more features?https://store.market.isitvivid.com/feature-requests...

Developer? We're on githttps://github.com/vividweb/vivid-store...

Vivid
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PineCreativeLabs replied on at Permalink Reply
PineCreativeLabs
Thanks for making this free!

But, why free? I'd be willing to spend a few bucks on this!
Vivid replied on at Permalink Reply
Vivid
That's great to hear that you think it'd be worth buying. Appreciated.

However, any add-on we have in the marketplace is typically because it was needed/paid for by a client. So we're fortunate enough to not need the MP sales to make up that time invested.

There's also a need/demand for a working ecommerce platform in 5.7. I think a lot of people are trying to solve it, and I think it'd be potentially more advantageous for everyone to work on one together (thus why it's in Git).

Ideally, it also helps generate some more interest for veteran C5 developers in moving forward with 5.7. There's a pretty sour attitude in the forums that just kind of sucks. Along with that, is a "I can't use 5.7 unless it has X add-on". We think an ecommerce platform is a huge X in developers "need" list for 5.7 add-ons.
JohntheFish replied on at Permalink Reply
JohntheFish
A commendable strategy. I agree it should be good for the uptake of 5.7.
blinkdesign replied on at Permalink Reply
blinkdesign
thanks to vivid, -
it's a very good start to get 5.7 going.
we'll be the first one to pay for a "premium"-version.

blink.
Vivid replied on at Permalink Reply
Vivid
Thanks - ideally the core of the Store package will be built so that there's not too much need for a Premium version, as much as there should be a good handful of premium add-ons. I'd be interested in hearing your thoughts on what a premium version or extensions would be useful to you.
TooqInc replied on at Permalink Reply
TooqInc
Just a quick note to let everyone know that our Beanstream Gateway for Vivid's store was submitted this morning to the PRB for review.

We're very happy to be moving forward with the Vivid Store platform for 5.7 and already have another integration in the pipeline.
010110548 replied on at Permalink Reply
I've had some issues with this plugin and have asked a couple of times for some help. I am willing to pay the $$ for the service. I have a client that is using this and is 75% there, but there have been some issues. I found one solution on github, but still need some additional help if someone can reach out to me. Thanks.
JohntheFish replied on at Permalink Reply
JohntheFish
Community Store forked from this a while back and is actively developed and mainatined, but not supported as a marketplace addon.
https://github.com/concrete5-community-store...
010110548 replied on at Permalink Reply
Hey - Johnthefish - thanks for the reply - I'm not sure what you are saying - are you saying that CC5 no longer supports this addon? Strange that it's still available as a download. Is there anyone out there that can help me de-bug some stuff? I'm not a programmer and we are having some issues -- particularly getting a product to "edit" once it's added to the store. Thanks.
OKDnet replied on at Permalink Reply
OKDnet
Because it was forked, today it's two completely different projects and code bases.

https://github.com/VividWeb/vivid_store...
VS
https://github.com/concrete5-community-store...

The first (Vivid's Store) is in the Concrete5 marketplace, the 2nd (Community Store) is not. Community Store is, however, freely available and actively maintained on Github.
Community Store also has all the different modules for it-- it has a very extendable modular design
(so the above link is for all the available modules as well as the base store add-on itself
https://github.com/concrete5-community-store/community_store... )