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grandnode - Free and Open Source Ecommerce Shopping Cart solution based on ASP.NET CORE and MongoDB

  •    CSharp

Thank you for choosing GrandNode! It's an open source, free, cross-platform e-commerce software based on ASP.NET Core 2.2 and MongoDB - NoSQL database. You can run it on Linux, Windows and MacOS easily. GrandNode also supports Docker, so you are able to install it just in a seconds with Docker. It can be used for any kind of online store. GrandNode is a perfect choice for people who want to sell simple products. It's solution dedicated for the most demanding users. You can also create auctions, booking/reservation products or product kits. GrandNode became a mature solution especially for developers who want to develop a modern, functional and high performance e-commerce system.

Squidex - Headless CMS and Content Managment Hub

  •    CSharp

Squidex is an open source headless CMS and content management hub. In contrast to a traditional CMS Squidex provides a rich API with OData filter and Swagger definitions. It is up to you to build your UI on top of it. It can be website, a native app or just another server. We build it with ASP.NET Core and CQRS and is tested for Windows and Linux on modern browsers.

squidex-identity - Identity Server for Squidex Headless CMS

  •    CSharp

Identity server based on Squidex Headless CMS. It implements the OpenId Connect and OAuth 2.0 protocols to act as a central single sign on server. The UI is based on the templates for ASP.NET Core and Bootstrap v4, but highly customizable. You can define a custom logo, footer text and links, a bootstrap theme or/and a custom style and many more. The UI has been designed to be lightweight and easy to integrate.

squidex-samples - Samples for Squidex

  •    Javascript

This repository contains samples for Squidex CMS.








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