VirtueMart Integration?

13 years 7 months ago #11644 by egranered
After some more careful reading, I understand that the approach is to wait until a stable CB 1.0 is released and then start the VirtueMart integration. I have a client who wants a shopping cart now and already has CB installed. What approach is best here? Install VirtueMart now and then hope that whatever plugin that is coming will make CB and VM play nice together.
13 years 7 months ago #11649 by beat
egranered wrote:

After some more careful reading, I understand that the approach is to wait until a stable CB 1.0 is released and then start the VirtueMart integration. I have a client who wants a shopping cart now and already has CB installed. What approach is best here? Install VirtueMart now and then hope that whatever plugin that is coming will make CB and VM play nice together.


If your client has a reasonable budget for this, you can PM me. The costs to do this could be shared :)

Before Monday, CB stable should be released ! :)

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13 years 7 months ago #11676 by egranered
Like others on this thread have expressed, I would be willing contribute to the development cost.
13 years 7 months ago #11942 by king.lui
egranered wrote:

Like others on this thread have expressed, I would be willing contribute to the development cost.

I also.

I know, my english seems a little .. unusual .. but really, it's not bad, it's only a bavarian version :whistle:
13 years 7 months ago #11947 by masyomo
we'd be willing to contribute towards this too - especially if it also allows for members to pay for subscription to the site when they register

Post edited by: masyomo, at: 2006/05/08 14:34
13 years 7 months ago #11959 by kenlyle
Me too, for the VM integration, particularly for allowing purchase of recurring subscriptions.

Ken
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