Saleor is a rapidly-growing open source e-commerce platform that has served high-volume companies from branches like publishing and apparel since 2012. Based on Python and Django, the latest major update introduces a modular front end powered by a GraphQL API and written with React and TypeScript.
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Saleor requires Python 3.8, Node.js 10.0+, PostgreSQL and OS-specific dependency tools.
See the Saleor docs for step-by-step installation and deployment instructions.
Saleor documentation is available here: docs.saleor.io
To contribute, please see the
For PWA, single-page storefront go to the saleor-storefront repository.
For dashboard go to the saleor-dashboard repository.
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Or launch the demo on a free Heroku instance.
We love your contributions and do our best to provide you with mentorship and support. If you are looking for an issue to tackle, take a look at issues labeled
Get more details in our Contributing Guide.
If you're interested in using the old version of Saleor, go the legacy-views repository. It contains the 2.9.0 release, which includes Django-based views and HTML templates of Storefront 1.0 and Dashboard 1.0. Note: this version of Saleor is no longer officially maintained.
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Disclaimer: Everything you see here is open and free to use as long as you comply with the license. There are no hidden charges. We promise to do our best to fix bugs and improve the code.
Some situations do call for extra code; we can cover exotic use cases or build you a custom e-commerce appliance.