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AT Commerce is fresh, professionally designed theme for eCommerce sites with baked in support for the Commerce module and Ubercart . Mobile eCommerce is supported using responsive design methods, so your online store will display and work across mobile channels without any extra work or effort. There are many settings that allow you to modify the design, color and layout - this gets you up and running quickly while allowing you to re-brand the design to your requirements without any coding. The demo is currently using the "Blue Pearl" color scheme. There are two other color schemes included and you can design your own using the color picker.
Last week we were evaluating solutions for a client and I had the opportunity to install and test Drupal Commerce (DC) for the first time. Digett and I both have a long history of Ubercart use, but since we made the move to Drupal 7 in the middle of last year none of our new website builds have needed a full shopping cart system. This client is currently using a LMS combined with a CMS (Joomla) to sell and manage access to online and offline learning products. The list of products is small, but each product includes an extensive list of individual pieces of content (video, audio, surveys, and text).
When I first started working on e-commerce sites, choices for Drupal-native carts were limited to two packages: the e-Commerce project and Ubercart . Based on the development activity and large number of supporting modules, I became an enthusiastic supporter of Ubercart. In fact, it's was my first choice for ecommerce systems in general, since it brought so much to the table: Here's a scalable e-commerce solution using Drupal's same node-based architecture, theming system, and user management routines while offering a cart with a barrel full of sophisticated customization options. If you needed both a CMS and an ecommerce solution, you'd be hard-pressed to find a better combination than Drupal 6 and Ubercart. Over the years, though, I've tempered my enthusiasm for Ubercart: While it's still good at handling the most common ecommerce demands, the project is not without its flaws.