I'm looking for a Ruby On Rails web 2.0 style dynamic ecommerce shopping cart. I need something that functions similarly to OsCommerce (easy to update, probably runs on a MySQL database which is easily portable to other back-ends in the future) but which will look like my own custom design, of which I can send a mock-up if required but [url removed, login to view] is a good example of the kind of thing I'm going for.
The key functionality I'd like at this stage is a dynamic shopping cart--the user clicks, "add the cart" after which the button changes (without reloading the page) to say "added to cart".
Beyond this--I need a kind an integrated script which will log-in to my supplier's sites (this will be a dropshipping operation) and will dynamically update inventory (so that products will drop off my site if they are out of stock from all of my various suppliers which carry this product) and prices will fluctuate on-site according to changes in the supplier's price (eg. their price is $100 and I have a ten percent mark-up so my onsite price is $110 but if they change their price to $120, my price automatically updates to $132).
I look forward to hearing from you!
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this needs, obviously, the run the same across all versions of current browsers (firefox, safari, ie, opera, etc.) and preferably running on linux.