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jCart - Free and Open Source AJAX Shopping Cart based on jQuery and PHP
Powerful and complex e-commerce software (such as osCommerce , Zen Cart, and OpenCart) is available for use in e-commerce websites.
Among a variety of e-commerce related features, all these scripts include a shopping cart system.
This system adds products to a web shopping cart, calculates the price, and sends the data to a processing script.
There are many ways to implement a shopping cart, and a lot of useful tutorials.
Among them, jCart is an interesting solution for requirements based on the following criteria:
- Free and Open Source: free to use and released under the MIT License
- AJAX: handles visitor input without reloading the page
- Web Standards: XHTML compliance
- CSS: customize via CSS
- PHP: server-side validation done in the most popular web scripting language
- Easy: 10 minutes to install
jCart is an AJAX Shopping Cart based on jQuery and PHP.