What is PrestaShop?
PrestaShop is written in PHP, is highly customizable, supports all the major payment services, is translated in many languages and localized for many countries, and is fully responsive (both front- and back-office).
PrestaShop is a tool in the Ecommerce category of a tech stack.
PrestaShop is an open source tool with 4.4K GitHub stars and 3.5K GitHub forks. Here’s a link to PrestaShop's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses PrestaShop?
313 companies reportedly use PrestaShop in their tech stacks, including Tenten, periscope, and COOBERS.
59 developers on StackShare have stated that they use PrestaShop.
Google Analytics, Amazon EC2, Stripe, PayPal, and tawk.to are some of the popular tools that integrate with PrestaShop. Here's a list of all 42 tools that integrate with PrestaShop.
Why developers like PrestaShop?
Here’s a list of reasons why companies and developers use PrestaShop
- Catalog Management
- Product Displays
- Site Management
- Client Account
- Analytics and Reporting
PrestaShop Alternatives & Comparisons
What are some alternatives to PrestaShop?
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