10 Underrated Open Source Shopping Carts

There are so many different ways to open an online store these days and as well as paying for a custom CMS to be made; there is always the option of going for open source software which is essentially free. There are a lot of good open source shopping carts out there and here are 10 of the best. Enjoy!

1. Idut Shop

This is a fantastic open source shopping cart that you will probably not have heard of. However, it is great for a vairiety of uses. Click here to visit the website.

2. CF Shopkart

This is another great open source shopping cart system that many people havent heard of but is underrated. Click here to visit the website.

3. jCart

This piece of software uses PHP and JQuery in order to make a fantastic open source shopping cart system. Well worth looking at. Click here to visit the website.

4. DashCommerce

Another shopping cart that most people havent heard of and uses ASP.NET in order to function. A great choice once again. Click here to visit the website.

5. VirtueMart

This is a little more popular and has been made to be used with the Joomla open source CMS. Click here to visit the website.

6. ZeusCart

This is a really simple ecommerce package that is open source and based around PHP and MySQl. Click here to visit the website.

7. Spree Commerce

This is a nice little open source shopping cart that is based on the Ruby on Rails Platform. Click here to visit the website.

8. TomatoCart

This is a very underrated open course shopping cart and has some great web 2.0 style features that put it above the rest out there. Click here to visit the website.

9. nopCommerce

This is a very good shopping cart that is extremely easy to customise and great for companies that require a good solution. Click here to visit the website.

10. Zenmagick

We are sure you have all heard of ZenCart and this is from the same company, however, it offers a bit of a different solution. Click here to visit the website.

2 thoughts on “10 Underrated Open Source Shopping Carts

  1. I was fully expecting to see OpenCart on this list as well. Perhaps, it was omitted because it already gets its due respect.

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