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Spree

Spree is an E-Commerce open-source platform for growing brands as it serves online stores, multi-vendor market places, and B2B platforms.

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Spree (2020) Review - Joe Keery Movie

Spree (2020) - Movie Review

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  • Ask HN: Suggestions about platform to develop a customizable B2B marketplace
    I think https://spreecommerce.org/ (open source, Ruby on Rails) is in that space. I haven't used it myself. - Source: Hacker News / about 1 year ago
  • Self-hosted FOSS eCommerce solution suggestions
    Spree Commerce: https://spreecommerce.org/. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Building and Growing Remote Teams with Ivy Evans
    When I was working on that company, that mobile ordering app, Counterless, I looked a lot at codebases like Spree, the Spree Commerce codebase. And that's how I learned a lot about how do you model an order with line items and things like that? I saw some amazing things that helped me develop an understanding and save a ton of time by looking at oh, they have a state machine. What are the ways that an order... - Source: dev.to / over 2 years ago
  • What headless ecommerce solution free that i can use without Shopify or WP?
    Spree Commerce is headless and open-source (free) https://spreecommerce.org/. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Communication Counts – Leading a New Generation of Developers with Chris Mar
    So then, when the opportunity came, and I found a job that I could transition to, there was sort of a startup in my local area, Spree Commerce. So if you know the Ruby on Rails e-commerce project, they were starting a company using that on top of that project, so I went to work there. And it was a really big jump into the Ruby and Rails world and the open-source community. It was a huge transition. And most people... - Source: dev.to / over 2 years ago
  • The Best Open Source E-Commerce Platforms
    The Solidus e-commerce platform is developed using Ruby on Rails. The project started its life as a fork of the Spree Commerce platform and gradually evolved into a fully-featured e-commerce platform. - Source: dev.to / over 3 years ago
  • Let your customers subscribe to an out of stock product with Spree Commerce
    I'm still scratching the surface on what Spree Commerce is capable of. I don't feel this implementation is perfect but it's a starting point for me. I will find a better way in doing this but I don't want to go to the Rails event path to watch for database updates. If anyone has a better solution, please let me know. For now, I'll use this method, change the code to have customers subscribe to variant id instead... - Source: dev.to / over 3 years ago

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