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Project Summary

Spree is a complete commerce solution for Ruby on Rails. It includes a shopping cart, admin interface, inventory model and payment gateway integration via the ActiveMerchant plugin. It was originally called RailsCart.

The Rails commerce space is immature and is lacking serious solutions for developers looking for answers to their complex business needs. Rails is especially problematic because it is a relatively new technology and suffers from “small project mentality.” Most open source projects in Rails are maintained by a single individual and tend to be limited in scope. Spree seeks to create a large and healthy open source community of the type that developers of other languages are used to participating in.


cart commerce ecommerce e_commerce gem plugin rails ruby shoppingcart store webshop

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Project Security

Vulnerabilities per Version ( last 10 releases )

There are no reported vulnerabilities

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30 Day Summary

Jan 22 2018 — Feb 21 2018

12 Month Summary

Feb 21 2017 — Feb 21 2018
  • 2376 Commits
    Up + 484 (25%) from previous 12 months
  • 91 Contributors
    Down -5 (5%) from previous 12 months