[Catalyst] Catalyst & E-Commerce

goetz devel at helektra.de
Wed Nov 18 08:55:28 GMT 2009


just have a look at Interchange  (http://www.icdevgroup.org/i/dev).
I worked for some projects with this fantastic program and it has a very he=
lpfull =

community - well its perl ;).
Maybe it would be possible for some perl gurus to link these projects toget=

A marriage between Interchange and Catalyst would be very helpfull for perl=
 ! =



Am 17.11.2009 um 16:03 schrieb J. Shirley:

> On Mon, Nov 16, 2009 at 11:09 PM, proudd at gmail.com <proudd at gmail.com> wro=
> I asked this exact same question a couple of weeks ago: http://www.mail-a=
rchive.com/catalyst at lists.scsys.co.uk/msg08108.html. I am still hoping to g=
lean some wisdom from more seasoned catalyst users on this list! It would b=
e wonderful to get some ideas/guidance on e-commerce+catalyst.
> =

> =

> On Tue, Nov 10, 2009 at 5:11 PM, Pavel O. Korovkin <pavel at yepcorp.com> wr=
> Hello,
> =

> After looking around I've found Handel and built on top of it Mango.
> Is there any other e-commerce modules/solutions/etc based on Catalyst?
> Who uses Mango&Handel in their own project - can comment anything?
> Both projects seems to be non actively developed. Is it means dead-end
> or perfect solution? =3D) Well, anything on e-commerce and catalyst is
> very appreciated!
> =

> =

> Regards,
> Pavel
> =

>  =

> I've never used Handel, or really looked into it (nor Mango).  I can tell=
 you that most people will just roll their own ecommerce implementation, an=
d there are plenty of CPAN modules to make it very easy to do so.
> =

> I think the general philosophy here, or at least one that I hold, is that=
 it is just as easy to build your own ecommerce site with the available too=
ls than it would be to customize a framework-based system.  If you don't ne=
ed customization there are also plenty of tools out there to build up a sto=
> =

> If you do opt to go the DIY route, here are some tips for building it:
>  * Use Catalyst::Action::REST for CRUD, simplifying your code by delegati=
ng to _POST actions
>  * DBIx::Class for the ORM
>  * DBIx::Class::EncodedColumn for encrypting your credit card fields
> =

> Myself and gphat are working on Business::Payment, a Moose-y role based i=
mplementation for processing credit cards.  I've written an Authorize.NET h=
andler that works quite well.  You can snag this from github at:
> =

> http://github.com/gphat/Business-Payment/
> http://github.com/jshirley/Business-Payment-AuthorizeNet
> =

> -J
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