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django-oscar - Domain-driven e-commerce for Django

  •    Python

Oscar is an e-commerce framework for Django designed for building domain-driven sites. It is structured such that any part of the core functionality can be customised to suit the needs of your project. This allows a wide range of e-commerce requirements to be handled, from large-scale B2C sites to complex B2B sites rich in domain-specific business logic. These are screenshots from the 'sandbox' example site that ships with Oscar. It sports a simple design built with Twitter's Bootstrap and provides a good starting point for rapidly building elegant e-commerce sites.

node-oscar - An OSCAR protocol client module for node.js

  •    Javascript

node-oscar is an OSCAR protocol module for node.js.See test.js for example API usage.

oscar-ghost - 👻Simplistic, Clean, Content Focus Single Author Theme

  •    CSS

The Oscar Ghost Theme is a clean, simple, minimalistic theme built for ghost. The theme is built from an original fork of the Lanyon-Ghost Theme. This theme is ideal for single author, tag heavy, looking for a simple design, with code highlighting.

django-oscar-api - RESTful JSON API for django-oscar

  •    Python

This package provides a RESTful API for django-oscar. Install the django-oscar-api package (pip install django-oscar-api).

django-oscar-paypal - PayPal integration for django-oscar. Can be used without Oscar too.

  •    Python

This package provides integration between django-oscar and both PayPal Express and PayPal Payflow Pro. These payment options can be used individually or together. Further, the package is structured so that it can be used without Oscar if you so wish.

oscar-wagtail-demo - A Django recipe for integrating Oscar E-commerce into a Wagtail CMS application

  •    Python

A Django recipe for integrating Oscar E-commerce into a Wagtail CMS application. We do not recommend using this project to start your own site. This recipe is only to provide some examples of implementing common features, it is not an exemplar of Django, Oscar or Wagtail best practice.