We found this amazing article on Hongkiat that we thought would be a perfect fit for our audience so we had to chalk it up asap. We’re sure as a web designer you must’ve made hundreds (if not thousands) of eCommerce sites. We’ve curated a fantastic list of 10 Open Source CMS for building beautiful eCommerce sites in a jiffy. If you like what you see, don’t be shy in sharing it:
UberCart is a module that adds e-Commerce functionality to Drupal straight out of the box. UberCart can be used to sell either physical goods like shirts, shoes, and event ticketing, or digital goods like music singles, movies or software. If your website is powered by Drupal, this module is worth considering.
With SpreeCommerce you can configure, add or replace any functionality, having full customizability to build your store as you see fit. One cool feature it has is a built-in subscription functionality, which allows customers that signed up to your store to continuously receive your products or services without having to repurchase the product.
Built on top of Bootstrap makes ZeusCart fully responsive. Aside from the essentials like shopping cart, shipping cost calculators and payment gateways, ZeusCart is also loaded with features such as gift cards, coupons, advanced search functionalities, and SEO to make your site rank high in searches.
Upon login as Administrator, CubeCart will show you information about your e-Commerce site including exportable sales and stock report. There are also many plugins and modules that you can use to extend the functionality of your store.
ZenCart is built and supported by a community made up of programmers, designers, shop owners and consultants. You can also freely modify ZenCart’s source code in many ways to fit your requirements.
LiteCommerce can be used as a Drupal module or as a standalone e-Commerce platform. Design-wise, it comes with a clean and smooth user interface, powered with AJAX for lively interaction. It is also highly customizable since it is built with modular architecture.
Tomatocart uses Rich Internet Applications (RIAs) at the backend to present a powerful GUI similar to your PC. To improve SEO, TomatoCart implements Rich Keyword URL for products, categories, reviews, articles, etc. Rich Keyword URL includes the name of the content instead of the ID. Tomatocart uses simplified MVC for faster performance.
HeroCommerce is an extension for CMS platform called HeroFramework. This extension turns HeroFramework into a full fledged e-Commerce platform. The eCommerce add-on ships with essential functionalities like product inventories, shipping, payment gateway and so forth.
nopCommerce is an open source e-Commerce built upon Microsoft technology, ASP.NET with MS-SQL database. Much like the others, nopCommerce has everything you need to get started to sell your products online, whether you are selling physical or digital goods.
Kartris is also an ASP.NET based eCommerce platform that comes with all the essentials like inventories, shopping cart, payment systems, and back-end administration. It is designed to run on Microsoft’s IIS web server, and exploits the powerful caching and optimization features on the platform.