Post by MaxD » Sat Mar 22, 2014 9:30 pm

Greetings, friends!

Are you tired of waiting for OpenCart 2.0? Check new release of OpenShop project, that extends OpenCart with vQmods moving it years ahead.

Main features:
  • Content Management System: pages, news and text blocks
  • configurable and optimized Checkout
  • themes colors, backgrounds and animations control
  • redesigned admin area
  • full OpenCart compatibility, ability to turn off OpenShop temporarily and come back to clean OpenCart
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Can be added to running shops. Features complete multilanguage installer package. It is perfect for fast new shops creating - for you and your clients. Full support available.

Complete tech description

Frontend Demo: OpenShop.org.ua/demo
Admin Demo: OpenShop.org.ua/demo/admin

Download link - http://www.opencart.com/index.php?route ... on_id=8068

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Post by tacobandito » Tue Mar 25, 2014 5:59 am

I don't want to seem rude, I just want to understand...

What does this actually do?

To me, it looks like you've bundled some free vqmods (or maybe vqmods you've done yourself or worked with other dev's to include free), and rebranded the admin area...but that's it? Is there something I'm missing? Also, since you went through the trouble of rebranding...why did you move away from the full-width view? That was the first thing I noticed, and to me a bad move.

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Post by MaxD » Tue Mar 25, 2014 6:41 am

tacobandito, OpenShop was developed for more then a year. It includes more then 40 vQmods, 3 themes, File and MySQL managers, complete localization system and multilanguage installer for new shops. All this things are tailored to work with each other as one product.

To see all the things inside, read Complete Tech Description

In fact, all this changes are the things we all want to see in OpenCart core and expect from OpenCart 2.0.

Full-width view is a pain at wide screens (thats why most sites today limit their width, including OpenCart.com).

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Post by rph » Wed Mar 26, 2014 5:04 am

tacobandito wrote:To me, it looks like you've bundled some free vqmods (or maybe vqmods you've done yourself or worked with other dev's to include free), and rebranded the admin area...but that's it?
"Tweaks" is just a modified version of VQMod Manager and I definitely wasn't asked about it.

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Post by rph » Fri Mar 28, 2014 12:17 am

Thanks.

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Post by MaxD » Fri Mar 28, 2014 6:53 pm

rph wrote:"Tweaks" is just a modified version of VQMod Manager and I definitely wasn't asked about it.
Got no answer from you via PM, so I have to parry it publically.

Thats my fault that I forgot to contact you about using your work.
It was 2 years ago or so when I took your vQmod Manager and used it as skeleton for Tweaks asset. Now it contains like 70% of new code and features.

Anyway, your credits are displayed at http://openshop.org.ua/docs

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Post by rph » Sun Mar 30, 2014 10:07 am

It's fine to use it either directly or as a derivative work. You just have to follow the license.

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