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Tour « Open Source E-Commerce for Ruby on Rails:

Tour « Open Source E-Commerce for Ruby on Rails:

Now your store can look the way you always wanted Customization is a quick and easy process. Spree is designed to run in an isolated cloud environment so we do not face the same constraints of most existing solutions. Do not settle for anything less than complete control over all aspects of the customer experience. Read more The Spree Advantage Easily define your own styles and javascript Override the default views with your own design Powerful hook system provides fine grain access during customization Third party extensions are able to affect view and styling changes Semantic HTML so there's no extra "cruft" Rails Dog Radio We've put together a fully functional demo which demonstrates some of the customization options with Spree. You can see it in action or check out the demo source code for more details.

Full article: http://spreecommerce.com/tour

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