ooCommerce Help

We are calling for developers who would like to join in on a fun object oriented PHP 5 ecommerce project entitle ooCommerce. Please email me or leave a comment if you would like to be a developer on this project or help in any way. The project is hosted at SourceForge and currently only has downloads for the template system it will be using, Arras Template. Arras Template has a website at www.arrastemplate.org. We (actually just myself right now) hope for this to be a good learning experience for others and are blogging about our design decisions how we are putting it together along the way. This way it can be more of a case study in progress for others to learn in a more of hands-on way about object oriented programming. Anyone is invited to help out, whether they know object oriented programming or not. If OOP isn’t a strong point, then you can just help coding (with guidance if desired). If it is a strong point, then you can help in the design process as well and post some blog posts too. I can do the design, database, classes, and all, but it would be a better project with more minds at work on

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6 Responses to “ooCommerce Help”

  1. Noël Says:

    I’m willing to do my best developing, but I’m not sure if I’ve got enough time and qualities to develop together with you. Further more may I ask why you chose to use a complex template engine such as Arras and not something like HTML_TEMPLATE_SIGMA which is a PEAR libary.

  2. Nathan R. Garza Says:

    I’d love to be involved. I’ve been interested in the inner workings of eCommerce applications for a little while, and what better way to learn than to help write one, eh? I’d be interested in helping in the design process, as well as getting my hands dirty with the actual coding.

  3. Victor Sarabia Says:

    Hello Jacob, I am currently learning OOP and I believe this would be a great way to learn OOP in PHP …

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