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  1. @rick, I'll need to build an account dashboard for the users but it would be front end. They need multiple subscriptions because it will be a subscription tied to a product. They can purchase multiple products and the subscriptions will belong to their serial numbers. Just like you would have multiple mobile phone subscriptions under your single user account, each with it's own billing date. But because of the nature of the service they don't want it to auto-renew, so if they don't renew manually, the service will lapse. With the same analogy, like a prepaid mobile phone. Coupon code: the product will come with a free membership for the first 1 2 or 5 years but it must not start until they register the serial number of the product. Also, the product user might be different than the one purchased it. Again, I can build it in Processwire I was just wondering if I could reuse something that's already done for parts of this process. There are many membership plugins for Wordpress but I try to avoid that trouble. There's nothing of this nature for Processwire, just like there's no complete ecommerce plugin (until Kongondo reveals his, at least). I just don't want to reinvent the wheel if someone has any pointers for something already in existence.
  2. I need to create a membership site where someone can buy a product and later activate a yearly membership in their account. How all of you approach building a membership site? Is custom development the only way around? I've been searching these forums a lot but couldn't really find much guidance. So this is what I want to achieve: User can register an account (LoginRegisterPro can handle that) User can buy a membership for 1, 2 or 5 years in their accounts and pay by Stripe They can also redeem a code for a membership They can renew their membership later (doesn't need to be recurring payment) They can have multiple memberships in their accounts plus reminder emails on expiry I can do that using the API of course but I was hoping there's an easier way. Do you use an integration for that, can Padloper be helpful here, or everyone are just developing their own solution?
  3. @kongondo, still no announcement? ๐Ÿ™‚ I was sending ecommerce quotes all summer thanks to government grants and still hoping to at least beta test the new Padloper.
  4. @DavidBerlin, I think it works on the Snipcart 2 API because Snipcart version 3 is not complete yet. There are missing features (such as recurring payments).
  5. @michelangelo I don't think you can test an integration like this on localhost as it is not publicly available. Snipcart validates your products by reading the values from your website but in this case they try to connect to localhost. I'd advise you to setup a staging server somewhere, maybe on a subdomain and it should work.
  6. @kongondo, I am aware that this doesn't help, but I was wondering just how close are we to an announcement? The current COVID situation just brought so many extra ecommerce projects to life, a beta / alpha release could pick up great momentum with the PW community, I'm sure.
  7. I decided to go with Snipcart for the time being, the new SnipWire module came just at the right time. Processwire is in such a great need of a good ecommerce module. I hope I can update those stores to Padloper once it's out.
  8. Thanks for the module, it is installed on all PW sites I've ever made. For the code snippet I still couldn't figure out how to run a database backup from an ordinary cron job. Will I have to create a php file with the hook and call that from the cron r can I call a module file directly from cron? Or is it possible to integrate it with the PWCron module? Update: I got it working in a PHP file this way based on @kixe's answer: <?php namespace ProcessWire; include_once("./index.php"); $event = new HookEvent(); $cron_backup = $modules->CronjobDatabaseBackup; $cron_backup->cronBackup($event);
  9. I've played around with this module, thanks @Gadgetto, really impressive work. The demo was up and running in no time including registration etcโ€ฆ and I'be been looking for a feature-rich PW e-commerce solution for quite a while. One question though: is it possible to link the Snipcart customer to a Processwire user? I'm thinking of access control for membership sites. Is there an easy way to add/remove a role depending on the subscription status? Thanks again
  10. I'm sure you do. ๐Ÿ™‚ I'm looking forward building headache-free ecommerce sites for my clients and enjoy it while I do. Until then, I'll politely decline those projects. ๐Ÿ™‚
  11. I meant very soon. We have been waiting for your announcement pretty much since 2018, it was surely a nice buildup of anticipation. ๐Ÿ˜„
  12. Does that mean we can expect an announcement in the foreseeable future?
  13. Thanks, @psy, it sure offers more flexibility. I'll play around if I can use hooks to manipulate these fields on save when I get a little time.
  14. Hi, I'm thinking to implement your solution for a couple of primary school websites (they would comfortably fit into the free plan). I can see the module requires a separate title and message field for templates. Is it not possible to just use the existing title/headline and summary/body fields for the message purpose? My purpose would be to provide parents to possibility to get notified each time a news article is published on the website. Thanks for the great work!
  15. I need to build two online stores in the near future. @kongondo, I was wondering if you could share any updates on the progress. Or is it still too early for any kind of announcement? ๐Ÿ™‚
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