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OpenCart
OpenCart is a free ecommerce platform for online merchants. OpenCart provides a professional and reliable foundation from which to build a successful online store.
Rubedo
Rubedo is an open-source Big data CMS & E-commerce. First cms with integrated Behavioral targeting. Rubedo is the first solution able to transform 360 digital experience by offering a fully-integrated and personnalized multi-channel communication. Rubedo offers a simple and intuitive content management and media. inline editing makes it easier for contributors and editorial work.Rubedo's multi-sites intuitive features allows you to create small or complex websites without requiring any development. Easily share contents, media, documents, users between your sites without having to duplicate them. Websites can be managed by different teams and several users, while maintaining a central administration. Rubedo is based on PHP (ZF), MongoDB, Elasticsearch & AngularJS.
Satchmo
Satchmo's mission is to use Django to create a framework for creating unique and robust online stores.
Snowdrift
Snowdrift is a web-based platform for hosting sustainable crowdfunding for projects. The contribution process involves patrons pledging to match other patrons to create a network of support for projects. The software is being developed to serve the needs of the eponymous website (Snowdrift.coop) (which funds only free/libre projects (including free software)). Currently, the platform is not intentionally designed for running other websites, although anyone is free to do so. Long-term plans include separating the accessory functions so they may be used independently. Besides the fund-raising functions, the platform includes accessory tools such as wiki pages, discussion, and ticketing.
TCLink
TCLink is a client for running credit card or ACH (electronic check) transactions over TCP/IP, via the TrustCommerce gateway. It features a simple, cross-platform protocol, fast transactions times, fail-over server support, and encrypts data using the OpenSSL library. It includes a test merchant account so that you can run demo transactions out of the box. The distribution includes PHP, Perl, and C language implementations.
TellForm
TellForm is a free, opensource form builder similar to Google Forms or TypeForm. It was created and is maintained by David Baldwynn, a Electrical Engineering student studying at UBC. TellForm grew out of one of David's contracting projects where he was tasked to create a self-hostable, airgapped kiosk for a client in the medicial industry. Finding no forms to his liking that were as easy to use as TellForm David set out to create a alternative to TellForm. After working on it for a couple of months in the Summer of 2015, he decided to opensource it. TellForm ended up getting posted on HackerNews, which lead to it being hunted on Product Hunt, further legitimizing TellForm and increasing awareness about the project.
Tensei-Data
The Tensei-Data software system can be used to merge, standardize and simplify data integration, data migration, data transformation and interface management processes. These processes can be manually executed or automatically by specified routines or triggers that are monitored. The system is based on modern technologies like Akka, Scala and the Play Framework. Therefore, the application is scalable, flexible and highly performant. The integrated Data Description Language (DFASDL) allows the dynamic mapping of almost any source and target system and is called within the application as dynamic connectors. For the modification of data, the Tensei-Data application offers diverse transformers which can be combined and modified.
Tepeve
TePeVe is a web application to make fast tickets and manage products in a shop or any kind of commerce. It’s focused in visual operations with simple accounting, classified products, stocks and cash flow. Primary intended to touchscreens.
TikiWiki
Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware is a full-featured, web-based, multilingual (40+ languages), tightly integrated, all-in-one Wiki+CMS+Groupware, Free / Libre / Open Source Software (GNU/LGPL), using PHP, MySQL, Zend Framework, jQuery and Smarty. Tiki can be used to create all kinds of Web applications, sites, portals, knowledge base, intranets, and extranets. It is actively developed by a very large international community. Tiki is the FLOSS Web Application with the most built-in features. Highly configurable and modular, all features are optional and administered via a web-based interface. Major features include a robust wiki engine, news articles, discussion forums, newsletters, blogs, file and image galleries, bug and issue trackers (form generator), a links directory, polls/surveys and quizzes, banner management system, calendar, maps, mobile, RSS feeds, category system, tags, an advanced themeing engine (Smarty), spreadsheet, slideshow, drawing, live support, shoutbox, inter-user messaging, menu generator, advanced permission system for users and groups, internal search engine, external authentication support, and much, much more. It integrates with the web conferencing BigBlueBlueButton.org for audio/video/chat/screensharing and whiteboard support.
WikiSuite
The most comprehensive and integrated Free / Libre / Open Source enterprise software suite ever developed. WikiSuite™ is especially suited to knowledge-centric organizations and offers most (80%+) of the data and information management features all organizations need Key features of WikiSuite™ are OS & Network management, Email & Calendar, Commerce, Web & Intranet, Chat & Video Conference, Security, BPM & Analytics, Files & Sync. WikiSuite™ is an integrated and extensible solution.


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