ECBA - E-Commerce Business Architecture

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Summary of the E-Commerce Business Architecture:

What is the ECBA platform?

The E-Commerce Business Architecture (ECBA) is a complete front and backend for e-commerce businesses to conduct safe and secure online transactions and efficiently manage purchases through the entire order process. ECBA is written in ASP.NET (C#) and SQL Server 2000 for Windows XP/2000.

What sets ECBA apart from other e-commerce platforms?

ECBA performs basic tasks that other e-commerce platforms perform, however the project was not created to reinvent the wheel, but rather to add a level of insertion that is not seen in current open source solutions. What really sets ECBA apart from other open source packages is its integration into the entire infrastructure of the company.

The project is based on the lead programmer's experience in the e-commerce industry, and is designed to meet the realistic requirements of a high-volume online business with a medium- to large-sized staff. Click here to learn more about ECBA.
News and Updates

ECBA changes development from PHP to ASP.NET (C#)
(Mon, 31 May 2004 02:13:42 -0000)

<div class="markdown_content"><p>Development is restarting and ECBA is being rewritten in ASP.NET (C#) for use with SQL Server. The change was made because I feel that PHP is probably not the best suited language for the task at hand, I'm personally more comfortable with the syntax of ASP and C#, and because the audience ECBA targets does not embrace PHP for enterprise applications.</p></div>
E-Commerce Business Architecture dev site launched
(Thu, 20 May 2004 08:51:18 -0000)

<div class="markdown_content"><p>Today marks the opening of the ECBA dev site. The project has been under development for several weeks at this point and a pre-alpha release is expected in approximately a month to a month and a half. Check back every few days for more updates.</p></div>




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