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Ubercart

Ubercart Development Roadmap, Drupal 7 and Beyond

Andy_Lowe 4 July 2010
Type:  Not planned session

Ubercart has been ported to Drupal 7 and we are adding features while waiting for Drupal 7 to be released. In this session we hope to build a community consensus on which features to implement in which order. Topics include fieldable products and orders, Rules and Views integration, and any suggestions from the audience.

Ubercart has been ported to Drupal 7 and feature development is in full swing. In this session we will discuss the current road map and future plans for Ubercart on Drupal 7 and 8. We welcome suggestions from the community and will ask for guidance in the order of implementation. Topics will include:

Replacing Conditinal Actions with Rules: Complete
Namespacing functions: Complete
AHAH forms: Mostly complete
Theming improvements:
Fields for Orders:
Fields for Products:
Products as an entity separate from nodes:
Tax improvements:
Addresses standards:
Address book:

Making full use of your Apache SOLR index

Kalle Varisvirta 24 June 2010
Type:  Not planned session

Apache SOLR is the new Drupal search. But it can do more. When you have your index with all your important content, you can use it for many other things than just site-wide searching.

Apache SOLR is an emerging new technology to support all major Drupal site's powerful search. But it's not just searching that it does.

With Apache SOLR your site can do a lot more than just faceted searching fast and easy. You can use SOLR to power your Views, Panels, √úbercart and a lot of other stuff, with some new contrib modules.

Drupal + Magento : ultimate e-commerce solution.

Maxime Topolov 7 June 2010
Type:  Not planned session

Combining the best CMS and best e-commerce platform for an ultimate e-commerce experience. You'll see on 2 live examples how Drupal/Magento API works and how better is it than Ubercart or Drupal Commerce.

See how to setup a complete e-commerce solution using Drupal as CMS and Magento as e-commerce back-office.

We'll present Drupal / Magento (http://www.drupal.org/project/magento) API.

  • Products, users, orders synchronisation : see how data goes from Magento to Drupal.
  • Scalability and performance : we'll show how you can setup the fastest e-commerce solution ever : AuthCache / Memcache / Boost and NginX to get the best from your hardware
  • Live examples : we'll present 2 live sites using Magento / Drupal integration

Drupal Commerce: Setting up Shop on Drupal 7

Ryan Szrama 25 May 2010
Type:  Session in official program

Drupal Commerce is the next generation e-commerce module suite for Drupal 7. The project is a re-implementation of Ubercart's core feature set on Drupal 7 using the best new core Drupal features and depending on the strongest Drupal contributions. This session will introduce the basics of Drupal Commerce, demonstrate the evolution of features from Ubercart to Drupal Commerce, and explain the key differences you should keep in mind as you migrate old sites or start from scratch on Drupal 7.

Drupal Commerce is the next generation e-commerce module suite for Drupal 7. The project is a re-implementation of Ubercart's core feature set on Drupal 7 using the best new core Drupal features and depending on the strongest Drupal contributions. Drupal Commerce can be dropped into existing Drupal sites to add targeted e-commerce functionality to the site or used as the basis for full-blown Drupal e-commerce distributions.

10 Tips for E-commerce on Drupal

Ryan Szrama 18 May 2010
Type:  Not planned session

Drupal is a powerful e-commerce platform, and it's not just because of its e-commerce specific modules. Drupal's core systems, contributed modules, and best practices provide you with the stability, flexibility, and power you need to build a highly functional e-commerce website. The biggest barrier to entry is simply knowing the pieces to put in place and the "gotchas" to look for as you build your site. This session aims to help you cross that barrier and start selling today.

Drupal is a powerful e-commerce platform, and it's not just because of its e-commerce specific modules. Drupal's core systems, contributed modules, and best practices provide you with the stability, flexibility, and power you need to build a highly functional e-commerce website. The biggest barrier to entry is simply knowing the pieces to put in place and the "gotchas" to look for as you build your site. This session aims to help you cross that barrier and start selling today.

Drupal + Ubercart = Social Commerce

Tom Freudenberg 14 May 2010
Type:  Not planned session

What is the meaning of "Social Commerce" and how can you setup environments on the base of drupal + ubercart and other modules. The session will give an overview about the basic principles of Social Commerce as well as a short walkthru of the Ubercart modules.

What is the meaning of "Social Commerce" and how can you setup environments on the base of drupal + ubercart and other modules. The session will give an overview about the basic principles of Social Commerce as well as a short walkthru of the Ubercart modules.