Drupal Commerce

Are you planning to set up a robust marketplace in Drupal? One with multi-seller functionality integrated, maybe? And leveraging a highly scalable distribution model, accessible from various corners of the globe? Then you legitimately ask yourself: “What modules should I use?” And answering your question gets even more challenging as you add more and more complex features to your “wishlist”: to support payment splitting, to withhold millions of page views, to support multi-shipping, to handle a heavy network of merchant stores. Now, I've done my research...
September 20, 2017! For most of us it was just an ordinary Wednesday, yet for the Drupal community and for everyone owing (or planning to own) a Drupal e-shop it was a major release day marked in their calendars: the stable version of Drupal Commerce 2.0 for Drupal 8 was launched into the wild (following no less than 6 beta "teasers") at that date! And along with it, 2 key promises were put forward: the whole Drupal commerce experience will be redefined and development teams will get more productive (since this new version of Drupal Commerce performs remarkably at scale)...
Drupal Commerce 2.x for Drupal 8's here, have no fear! “Fear” that the new version of the module may lack groundbreaking changes or that its developers may have failed to fully leverage Drupal 8's innovative functionalities. No such thing! Expect even more cool out-of-the-box features that will help you set up and customize your future online stores, tailor multiple buyer experiences and... more! Even though we're still talking about a “pre-release version” of Drupal Commerce 2.x, all the blog posts that this topic generated and the module's developers' own session, at DrupalCon Baltimore 2017, already weighted heavily on early adopters' decision making process.