|osCommerce Online Merchant v3.0|
|Published on 03/22/11 at 20:01:16 by Jack Deth|
|Countdown to v3.0
The osCommerce Team is extremely proud to countdown to March 31 for the release of osCommerce Online Merchant v3.0 and to cause a disruption in the Open Source and e-commerce community. Our future goals are based on this new foundation that will continually be improved on to meet the demands of tomorrows store owners and developers. We are one of the first general Open Source solutions to move to PHP 5.3 and now stand tall at the front in utilizing todays standards and technologies.
This is the result of a lot of hard work based on community feedback; not to try and achieve the best feature-packed e-commerce solution in the market but to remain focused on a solid core framework that can be extended by store owners and developers to meet unique requirements. This was a huge success with over 6,400 Add-Ons being provided by the community for the v2 series which we aim to take even further with the next v3 series.
v3.0 has evolved in multiple phases starting with v2.2 Milestone 3 to v3.0 Alpha 5 resulting with a new solid and flexible core framework. Its long development path ends March 31 2011 reaching a major milestone for osCommerce.
Stay tuned for exciting articles regarding v3.0 and our future plans that will be published on this site leading up to the release. We thank our community members and partners for their continued support over the past 11 years, and are anxious to keep rocking for the next 11 years and more to come!
Looks like its finally on its way... the long awaited osCommerce script in use by loads of online stores... forked multiple times... The premiere online shippping cart script will be making a new statement which will either silence the competition or light their fires...
I for one hope the new 3.0 release blows them all out of the water and I will be testing the code as soon as I can get my hands on it!!!
Check it out here: http://countdown.oscommerce.com...
as well as here: http://www.oscommerce.com...
and lets raise a hand for our fellow open source brothers out there!!!
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