Electronic commerce or e-commerce (sometimes written as eCommerce) is a business model that lets firms and individuals buy and sell things over the internet.1
- Ecommerce in the Cloud: Bringing Elasticity to Ecommerce - Is your eCommerce solution ready for the cloud? This practical guide shows experienced and aspiring web architects alike how to adopt cloud computing incrementally, using public Infrastructure-as-a-Service and Platform-as-a-Service. You will learn how to marshal as much capacity as you need to handle peak holiday or special-event traffic.
- Social eCommerce: Increasing Sales and Extending Brand Reach - Want to make money online? Then ignore social media at your own risk. Social media is vital if you want to your business to thrive, and though you cant control the conversations, you can influence them. This book will teach you how.
- Building eCommerce Applications - This collection of articles and blog entries is representative of the full spectrum of commerce-related content we’ve published on PayPal’s Developer Network over the past year. You will find tutorials and quick reference pieces for developers. With the creation of x.commerce we have expanded our coverage to address the needs of eBay and Magento developers and you can expect to see more content focused on helping both the developer and merchant communities in the coming year.
Stripe is a technology company that builds economic infrastructure for the internet.4
- A command-line tool for Stripe - Installation - The Stripe CLI helps you build, test, and manage your Stripe integration right from the terminal.
Visa’s CyberSource platform encompasses a complete portfolio of online and in-person services that simplify and automate payment operations. Customers use CyberSource and Authorize.Net to process payments, streamline fraud management and increase payment security.5