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4th
Jun 2015
houmark
@houmark
Jun 04 2015 03:36
Hey guys!
Anyone around?
houmark
@houmark
Jun 04 2015 03:44
I'm gonna fire away my question and hope for some feedback.
So I'm researching around as we are in the planning phase to build a custom webstore. Due to some very unique features, we have decided to not make use of any shopping platform out there, because we think it will be more a burden for us than a help. I came around deployd and it fits the bill in many ways because of NodeJS and MongoDB, API based etc. Now to the question: How would you consider deployd as a platform for a web store? As a store is not a web app per say, I'm considering if there is any major downsides. I'm happy to hear feedback and would like to elaborate more if anyone would like to talk more on this subject.
Rares Golea
@rgolea
Jun 04 2015 08:44
@houmark if I’m getting it right it’s a ecommerce?
or is it an internal app to manage a shop or similar?
are you adding payment logic?
houmark
@houmark
Jun 04 2015 09:46
@rgolea Yes, e-commerce and yes, we will be having credit card processing also...
Basket etc.
Rares Golea
@rgolea
Jun 04 2015 09:46
@houmark deployd is good for that. Use paypal to process payments and use something like angularjs on the frontend
You shouldn’t have any problem
houmark
@houmark
Jun 04 2015 09:47
Yeah, AngularJS is for sure in my options also
But it might even be a PHP framework for either frontend or backend
The idea is to have a full API below the application layer and above MongoDB
This way I can better control all data in and out
And deployd seems like a fast and nice way to maintain the API with minimum development
Rares Golea
@rgolea
Jun 04 2015 09:48
I prefer node.js 10 times over php...
houmark
@houmark
Jun 04 2015 09:48
Me too
But I have to find devs that is capable of doing that :)
Rares Golea
@rgolea
Jun 04 2015 09:49
@houmark let’s talk in a private room...
houmark
@houmark
Jun 04 2015 09:49
Sure :)