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Old 04-03-2010, 11:39 AM
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Default Re: The future of X-Cart and LiteCommerce

I am also going to move from litecomerce to x-cart. I have a contacted a few people to see if they can quote for doing the move for me. I have about 200 ebooks and I don't fancy loading them all in again. x-cart has some good modules that litecommerce doesn't have. For example I want to create an amazon feed as I sell many of my books on Amazon too.

Any other experience with the script out there?
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Hi folks,

Since both X-Cart 4 and LiteCommerce 2 platforms require almost a complete rewrite in order to provide you with cool modern features like AJAX interface and so on, we have decided to develop a new shopping cart software on a completely new platform. It is planned to be released by the end of 2009. Although most likely it will be released under "X-Cart" brand, it could be considered as "X-Cart v5" and "LiteCommerce v3" at the same time. X-Cart and LiteCommerce users will be granted licenses on the same conditions.

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There is no hurry to migrate all LiteCommerce stores to X-Cart 4. The only reason I see is the PCI-DSS compliance (which rules don't apply on all e-commerce stores). For those LiteCommerce users, who require such a compliance right now we can exchange their LiteCommerce license to X-Cart - that will allow them to switch to X-Cart 4.3 and achieve PCI-DSS compliance before we release the new e-commerce platform.

Feel free to ask me if you have a question I haven't addressed.

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Vyacheslav dobreden,

Can you update the current policy on LC license holder options.

As an example are you currently allowing exchanging for an Xcart license and will that be upgradable for free to LC3/Xcart5?

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Default X-cart Mobile, X-cart 5.0

What could be the anticipation of release of version 5.0 of x-cart?
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Old 03-09-2011, 08:15 AM
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What could be the anticipation of release of version 5.0 of x-cart?

My guess,

Beta - 2012
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You're being optimistic with a beta in 2012
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You're being optimistic with a beta in 2012
Lol, I didnt want to be to truthful cause I like xcart!
Who knows, and thats the main issue us customers face.
Its like trying to look into a crystal ball trying to figure out where this company is going.
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Old 03-18-2011, 12:47 AM
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Hi!

Please keep all XC5/LC3 discussions within the thread at http://forum.x-cart.com/showthread.php?p=298926

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