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I need to get a e-commerce site up and running, but I really don't want to program it from the bottom up if I don't need to. I want to program it using ASP.NET MVC.

I'm looking for a good open source alternative (or one for purchase if it's modular enough) that I can use as a base and enhance with the needed functions?

It has to have all "normal" e-commerce functions, and also the possibility to integrate with a credit card API of my choice.

If anyone have any recommendations for me here, I would appreciate it :)

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Also, there's ERPStore eCommerce FrontOffice It's French, but here's the English translated version of the codeplex repository:… It's created and used by – Jeremy Null Oct 4 '12 at 22:07

Right off the bat you can download and try out The BeerHouse CMS and e-comm project from CodePlex. This is an MVC based application with e-commerce areas setup and should be able to be wired up to most payment gateways. In addition, it's been around for a while, and has two books which walk through most of the code, design considerations, and it's solutions.

Good luck on your project, and hope this helps some.

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An other one you could give a go is Suteki Shop which is done with NHibernate.

an eCommerce application. The orginal aim is to write a site for a fashion retail business. It includes a product catalogue, shopping cart and order processing...

It's based on the following technologies:

  • .NET 4.0
  • MVC Contrib
  • NHibernate
  • Windsor IoC Container

Built using TDD with the following tools:

  • NUnit
  • Rhino Mocks...

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