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Alternatives to Reaction Commerce

Shopify, Magento, Saleor, OpenCart, and WooCommerce are the most popular alternatives and competitors to Reaction Commerce.
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What is Reaction Commerce and what are its top alternatives?

It is an API-first, modular commerce stack made for ambitious brands and retailers. It’s service-based architecture is built to deliver flexibility and freedom at scale.
Reaction Commerce is a tool in the Ecommerce category of a tech stack.
Reaction Commerce is an open source tool with 11.7K GitHub stars and 2.1K GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Reaction Commerce's open source repository on GitHub

Top Alternatives to Reaction Commerce

  • Shopify
    Shopify

    Shopify powers tens of thousands of online retailers including General Electric, Amnesty International, CrossFit, Tesla Motors, Encyclopaedia Britannica, Foo Fighters, GitHub, and more. Our platform allows users to easily and quickly create their own online store without all the technical work involved in developing their own website, or the huge expense of having someone else build it. Shopify lets merchants manage all aspects of their shops: uploading products, changing the design, accepting credit card orders, and viewing their incoming orders and completed transactions. ...

  • Magento
    Magento

    Magento Community Edition is perfect if you’re a developer who wants to build your own solution with flexible eCommerce technology. You can modify the core code and add a wide variety of features and functionality. ...

  • Saleor
    Saleor

    Saleor is a rapidly-growing open source e-commerce platform that has served high-volume companies from branches like publishing and apparel since 2012. Based on Python and Django, the latest major update introduces a modular front end powered by a GraphQL API and written with React and TypeScript. ...

  • OpenCart
    OpenCart

    It is an online store management system. It is PHP-based, using a MySQL database and HTML components. Support is provided for different languages and currencies. It is freely available under the GNU General Public License. ...

  • WooCommerce
    WooCommerce

    WooCommerce is the most popular WordPress eCommerce plugin. And it's available for free. Packed full of features, perfectly integrated into your self-hosted WordPress website. ...

  • Spree
    Spree

    The Spree storefront offers a full feature set and is built on common standards, so you don't have to compromise speed to market, efficiency or innovation. The modular platform allows you to easily configure, supplement or replace any functionality you need, so that you can build the exact storefront that you want. ...

  • BigCommerce
    BigCommerce

    It is a true all-in-one ecommerce platform with the power to grow your business & help you sell more. It empowers you to rise above complexity – and ultimately focus on optimizing your business for growth. ...

  • Salesforce Commerce Cloud
    Salesforce Commerce Cloud

    It is a highly scalable, cloud-based software-as-a-service (SaaS) ecommerce solution. It offers best-in-class features and functionality developed and refined over many years to provide a highly optimised ecommerce experience. Deliver AI-powered commerce experiences. ...

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Shopify

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    Affordable yet comprehensive
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    Great API & integration options
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    Business-friendly
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    Quick
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    Awesome customer support
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    POS & Mobile
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    User is stuck with building a site from a template

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Currently, I am using Shopify, and it's working fine somehow. I need to check the access and error logs I am able to do it. That's why thinking set up a WordPress instance on my server. I need a suggestion whether it is good or not. My current website is www.dealsalt.com, please advise.

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Magento

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Flexible eCommerce solutions, a vibrant extensions marketplace and an open global ecosystem
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PROS OF MAGENTO
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    Open source
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    Robust
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    Powerful
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    Widespread community support
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    E-commerce made easy
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    Mature
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    Flexible
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    System is too complex
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I am consulting for a company that wants to move its current CubeCart e-commerce site to another PHP based platform like PrestaShop or Magento. I was interested in alternatives that utilize Node.js as the primary platform. I currently don't know PHP, but I have done full stack dev with Java, Spring, Thymeleaf, etc.. I am just unsure that learning a set of technologies not commonly used makes sense. For example, in PrestaShop, I would need to work with JavaScript better and learn PHP, Twig, and Bootstrap. It seems more cumbersome than a Node JS system, where the language syntax stays the same for the full stack. I am looking for thoughts and advice on the relevance of PHP skillset into the future AND whether the Node based e-commerce open source options can compete with Magento or Prestashop.

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Saleor

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A GraphQL-first e-commerce platform for the PWA era
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PROS OF SALEOR
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    Powerful
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    Open source
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    Headless API
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    Offline browsing
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    GraphQL
CONS OF SALEOR
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    Poor documentation
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    API should be javascript only, not React or

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OpenCart

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    WooCommerce

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      Easy to extend and customize
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      Principal Developer at Colart · | 7 upvotes · 228.9K views

      We needed our e-commerce platform (built using WooCommerce) to be able to keep products in sync with our #pim (provided by #akeneo) which is built in Symfony . We hooked into the kernel.event_listener to send RabbitMQ messages to a WordPress API endpoint that triggers the updated product to rebuild with fresh data.

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      Dan Platon
      PHP Software Developer · | 5 upvotes · 32.3K views

      I'm looking to build an eCommerce website and seeking advice from professionals on the most reliable tech stack that I can use. Currently, the website is built on top of WordPress with WooCommerce, but the company has grown up, and evidently, the number of products have been increased. The site needs a fresh code because WordPress doesn't make it anymore.

      The stack I'm most familiar with is PHP + Symfony + MySQL + Apache HTTP Server or NGINX. Headless eCommerce is the one I'm looking for, because of the huge complexity, it would be great to separate the backend from the frontend. Not sure about CMSs, because they had a huge amount of functionality that the application doesn't need. I've been looking also at PrestaShop, it seems ok, but not sure about customization and front-end integration. As a custom solution, I have found Sylius or Aimeos for the backend, but I'm not too sure about a frontend stack.

      Could you please give some suggestions about the frontend stack and if the ones for the backend are ok?

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      Spree logo

      Spree

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      A complete open source ecommerce solution for Ruby on Rails
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      PROS OF SPREE
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        Open Source
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        Great community and support
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        Ruby
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        Flexible e-commerce solution
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