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Re: JHShop is dead and ready for forking!

What is the progression on this? I am interested, I just need to finish my site. ::) How many people actually used this? I didn't see that many people at that site ... maybe that is why the developer ran ? ??? Everyone bolted because the developer quit supporting people. He probably had 40-50 (or m...

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  • Mon Nov 22, 2010 11:13 pm
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Re: JHShop is dead and ready for forking!

No bridge, just straight install from a component. As far as the deeper programming techniques, that's for the experts to decide. :)

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  • Sun Nov 14, 2010 10:45 pm
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Re: JHShop is dead and ready for forking!

Yes, it's a native Joomla component using the Joomla install with a great module which also installs via the Joomla installer. No hacks, no FTP, just a straight Joomla component and module install.

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  • Sun Nov 14, 2010 8:14 am
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Re: JHShop is dead and ready for forking!

@Qphoria - What I'm saying is that it would be GREAT if the OC crew took the code, integrated the Joomla (integration) code and put it out as OC-Joomla. The Joomla users are DYING for a great OS cart like OC. Virtuemart is a mess, RedShop is very complex for newbies, and the list goes on. Opencart i...

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  • Sun Nov 14, 2010 1:35 am
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Re: JHShop is dead and ready for forking!

Since JHShop is based on the GPL OpenCart, it's therefore GPL because they redistributed it! That's the cool thing about GPL. If someone takes your code, creates another version of it and redistributes it, they have to make that version available to the original developer. The paid portion of JHShop...

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  • Sun Nov 14, 2010 12:28 am
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JHShop is dead and ready for forking!

I don't know if the developers of Opencart would be "open" to this but, JHShop is officially dead and we have the latest build to provide to the OC devs if they want? This would be a great way to lift the GPL code from JHShop and integrate it with OC and have another CMS platform that the awesome OC...

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  • Sat Nov 13, 2010 11:40 pm
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Re: Is Open Cart better than VirtueMart for Joomla! ?

That doesn't make sense. Maybe a language barrier. Server license vs site license are two different things. So, it is a server license for all sites on that server (i.e. server could have 500 sites) or is the license tied to a URL on a single site?

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  • Sat Jun 19, 2010 11:12 am
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Re: Is Open Cart better than VirtueMart for Joomla! ?

Now JooCart released for opencart 1.4.7 and joomla 1.5+ It is easy to upgrade from previous versions with single click. *You can upgrade your existing opencart site without loosing your data. *Integrated with joomla front end user login(single login) *Separate Joomla Modules(Categories,Shopping Car...

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  • Tue Jun 01, 2010 5:38 am
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Re: Integration with Joomla?

I wouldn't get too excited about JHShop. The dev seems to treat this as a hobby more than a project/product. He will login once every few weeks to fix some things the disappear for a week or two (longer sometimes). So, don't get your hopes up about this one. If there were a great Joomla programmer o...

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  • Wed May 26, 2010 9:42 pm
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