[wp-hackers] WordPress E-Commerce

Kokarn kokarn at gmail.com
Sat Nov 3 11:41:46 UTC 2012

Just wanted to be the third for WooCommerce.

Work professionally as a web developer and have experience with both wp
e-commerce and woo commerce and the woo really comes out on top. Great
community behind it, great features, easy to use and easy to extend.

Solid choice for any webshop imho.

On 3 November 2012 09:45, Ryan McCue <lists at rotorised.com> wrote:

> Shasta Willson wrote:
> > I've used both WP E-commerce and Cart66.  The latter has a nice clean
> code
> > base that's easy to work with, but I encountered a flaw that was fatal
> for
> > my purposes: if the purchase of an electronic download fails, the buyer
> > still gets the link to the product.  That was maybe six months ago and at
> > that point they didn't seem to feel it was a high priority.  It was a
> > deal-breaker for me, and also made me wonder what else might be odd.
> If you're planning on building on top of Cart66, you're going to be
> disappointed. There are a total of two hooks in the entire thing, and
> only one of them is useful. For anything mildly complicated, you'll have
> to hack around this.
> I recently built a MailChimp integration plugin for a client using
> Cart66, and it was a huge pain (to the point where it was almost easier
> to transfer the 100k purchases to another system than to try and build
> it with Cart66).
> I can, however, thoroughly recommend WooCommerce: it has a lot of great
> hooks and is very nice to work with. WP-e-Commerce is also up there, and
> although it can be a bit of a pain to work with in some areas, it's very
> capable and always possible to work around those.
> --
> Ryan McCue
> <http://ryanmccue.info/>
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