CommerceJS is a powerful, cross device eCommerce API for developers and designers. CommerceJS allows developers to rapidly integrate checkout and product display functions into their own websites and applications. CommerceJS is powered by Chec, a service designed to make it easier for people to sell physical products, digital goods, and services online. Core features of the API include; built in fulfillment, tax support, fraud protection, payment gateways, order management, checkouts and helper functions.
As a developer or designer you no longer need to compromise the design and functionality of your eCommerce solution as CommerceJS fits around your design and code. Choose to only enable the features and functionality you need for your project and rapidly implement the solution. As we are a cloud based service, once you're done with development you can hand off the project and let us take care of any updates or changes that need to be made.
All of our API’s are designed to work either alone or with each other. Our API’s are organized around REST and are designed to have predictable, resource-oriented URLs that use HTTP response codes to indicate API errors.
We're building the plumbing for eCommerce with our modular, decentralized approach to eCommerce solutions.
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