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What is ecommerce development?

An ecommerce developer is a web development specialist whose primary focus is building an online commercial platform for the purpose of selling products or services. The main feature associated with an ecommerce site is the ability to buy items using a credit card or other online payment systems. Completing financial transactions such as these are the hallmark of an ecommerce site and fall within the area of expertise for such a developer.

How do you choose the right ecommerce developer for your needs?

When choosing an ecommerce developer, it’s important to review the person’s related experience and track record. Ensuring that the developer is well versed in the technical requirements associated with payment gateways, website programming languages, and server performance is a necessity. Whether using platforms such as Etsy, Wix, and WordPress or configuring plugins such as WooCommerce, an ecommerce developer should have expertise in a number of areas to help ensure your ecommerce project is a success.

How do I choose the right CMS for an ecommerce website?

There are a host of CMS solutions available for a variety of online projects. The most popular solutions for ecommerce include WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, and Magento. Choosing the right fit for your project will depend on timing, budget, functionality, and potential for integration with other solutions. The most popular platform is WordPress, with 60% of the market share. With myriad templates and plugins to choose from, WordPress sites are relatively easy to set up. With the help of a developer, a WordPress template can be tailored to meet the ecommerce specifications required by the client.

What are the top programming languages for an ecommerce website?

An ecommerce site can be built a number of ways. Developers who are well versed in building ecommerce sites have several programming languages available to them. Those include Java, JavaScript, Ruby on Rails, Python, PHP, and CSS. Most can be used with a variety of CMS platforms, such as WordPress, Drupal, and Magento.