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    Senior Coder nikos101's Avatar
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    Smile Digital Delivery code example wanted

    I'm thinking of writing my own php mysql Digital Delivery web application for my website but I was wondering if there was any open source code examples that would get my code started?


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    Why reinvent the wheel? There are many free available scripts out there that already do this. Check out www.hotscripts.com

    If you are looking for a more robust solution check out cubecart v3.
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    I guess your right. Thanks for the link.


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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by _Aerospace_Eng_ View Post
    Why reinvent the wheel? There are many free available scripts out there that already do this. Check out www.hotscripts.com
    Thats all good but I really I aught to learn how to code this stuff if I'm to get anywhere in e-commerce


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    Asking for an example isn't learning now is it? That basically is what hotscripts is. It has a lot of scripts (examples) to choose from. If you want to learn how to code on your own then start reading manuals and doing tutorials.
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    A lot of these code examples are bloated and to much functionality. I think I would be better studying the paypal APi and writing my own? Then I would have something to build on and more useful in the end.



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