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|Original author(s)||Virto Commerce|
|Developer(s)||Virto Commerce Development Team|
2.13.21 / January 23, 2018
|Type||shopping cart software|
|License||Virto Commerce License |
(OSL 3.0 + advertising clause)
Virto Commerce is an open source Microsoft ASP.NET based e-Commerce platform built using AngularJS platform. It is available under Virto Commerce Open Software License and was officially launched in 2013.
Virto Commerce is designed to be implemented by medium to large companies looking to launch B2C and Business-to-business ecommerce solutions and utilizes Microsoft .NET 4.5 and other technologies including Razor, Liquid, AngularJS, Elastic Search, Lucene and Entity Framework 6. Virto Commerce has enterprise and community editions. The community edition is the perfect solution for SMB customers with the community support, while the enterprise edition ensures successful implementation and includes the premium features additional to the features found in the community edition with the priority support.
The product was developed by a team of distributed developers located in the United States and Europe. Team mostly consists of people who previously created and developed Mediachase eCommerce Framework which was acquired in 2012 by Episerver and renamed EPiServer Commerce.
Virto Commerce has several areas of platform focus united by microservices architecture. They include
Virto Commerce has a dedicated community of users and developers, which provides assistance to other users with code, modules and side apps. Stack Overflow has approximately 100 questions tagged "Virto Commerce". The Gitter Channel has about 300 people in the Virto Commerce channel. 
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