Ruby on Rails Thursday, October 30, 2014

You could take a look at the list of sites on Spree's website (scroll half way down) Spree is an open source e-commerce platform written in Rails.

On Wednesday, October 29, 2014 6:17:10 PM UTC-4, wrote:
My boss is finally willing to listen to moving to a quality open sourced platform for our e-commerce web site, but she needs 'concrete examples' to believe that moving to ruby on rails is a good solution.  And she needs 'e-commerce' pages (i.e. telling her twitter is built in rails doesn't impress her), preferably in the natural food industry.

We currently have a company that 'built' our website in PHP and we don't own our code, nor do we have access to the data (which drives me batty).  They were recently purchased and the new owner is attempting to green mail us and it's an opportunity to get my boss to move to a better base where we own all the data and the code of the web site.  I'm a 'pre-beginner' in rails.  I know enough to get started, but not enough to build a truly dynamic website, let alone a fully functional e-commerce with a front and back end.

I was hoping people could give me some examples or a site that lists sites built in rails?

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