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What's new in nopCommerce 3.50:
- Rental products support added.
- Support for new tax rules for Europe Union from 2015. Find more info at http://ec.europa.eu/taxation_customs/taxation/vat/how_vat_works/telecom/index_en.htm#new_rules
- Better warehouse support and inventory control. Now a single product can exist in multiple warehouses. Thanks a lot to nopDynamics for this contribution.
- Allow a store owner to define custom address attributes (similar to "Custom customer attributes").
- LICENSE TYPE:
Commercial License: Copyright Notice Removal
Mozilla Public License
Other Free / Open Source License: nopCommerce Public License
- USER RATING:
- DEVELOPED BY:
- nopCommerce Development Team
- C: \ E-Commerce \ Complete Store Solutions
It features an embedded graphic installer, so nopCommerce can be setup in few minutes and run immediately, and also a top notch admin panel for managing the store's content.
There are two separate parts of the nopCommerce system, one for managing the store details, and one working as a classic CMS, used in administrating the site's pages, forums, news, blogs, and so on.
The store's frontend is customizable via themes, and its functionality can also be extended via modules.
There are lots of e-commerce related features included as well, like the ability to manage discounts, customer accounts, wishlists, peek into current shopping carts, and also create custom product pages with lots of different product attributes listed.
Admins can also run nopCommerce in a multi-lingual setting, catering to different user groups, from different countries, or speaking different languages.
All in all, nopCommerce is one solid toolkit for creating online shops with ASP.NET, proving that Microsoft's language is up to par with all the other programming languages around.
The e-commerce platform is available for free under an open source license, but to remove the copyright notice from the footer a commercial license must be purchased.
Last updated on December 11th, 2014
Runs on: Windows
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