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Spree is a complete commerce solution for Ruby on Rails. It includes a shopping cart, admin interface, inventory model and payment gateway integration via the ActiveMerchant plugin. It was originally called RailsCart. The Rails commerce space is immature and is lacking serious solutions for ... [More]
openSteam is a generic eCommerce Framework for RubyOnRails. Its goal is to simplify the implementation and ui-design process of a webshop.
* The first and only Ruby on Rails open source e-commerce project. * A replacement for old, brittle and crusty shopping cart? packages * Cleanly designed, easy to extend and maintain * Implemented as a Rails Engine * Adheres (where possible) to XHTML / CSS standards * Persona and scenario ... [More]
Yet another shopping cart application developed using Ruby on Rails. It combines interesting mashups with Amazon and other google web services to deliver a very interactive shopping experience. This project has been created to show off Ruby On Rails and my first foray into web development.
RailsCart is an open source plugin that provides basic shopping cart functionality for Ruby on Rails applications. It was renamed Spree in March 2008, and development continues under the Spree project.
MerbMart is an open-source e-commerce application, developed on top of the recent Ruby-language Merb MVC framework. Although MerbMart is designed for e-commerce sites of all sizes, the speed and scalability of the Merb framework make it scalable even for large online vendors.
Ideally this will work somewhat like an engine, providing cart, user registration, shipping, pricing and categories. However it will leave the products objects/format up to the store creator as each type of product has specific requirements. Just add 'acts_as_product' to your Car, Bike, Painting etc object.