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How to install and configure NopCommerce application?

How to install and configure NopCommerce application?

Nop-Commerce, Special Posts
How to install and configure NopCommerce shopping cart application. First you need to go to http://www.nopcommerce.com website. On the home page you can find a link to “Download for Free”, see the below Figure 1 for the reference. Figure 1 Now click on the download for free button and it will lead you to the http://www.nopcommerce.com/downloads.aspx page. On the download page you can see various option to download as displayed in the below Figure 2   Figure 2 Here we need to download source code (highlighted option) which is around 115 MB of the code. It is a full working source code. Now if you go to download folder once it is completed you will see a zip file for source code. In this article we will use NopCommerce version 3.80 If you extract .rar file t...
How to integrate SagePay payment form using Asp.Net MVC

How to integrate SagePay payment form using Asp.Net MVC

Asp.Net, C#.Net, SagePay, Special Posts
Introduction In Europe Sage Pay is independent payment service provider. It is one of the most trusted payment brands in Europe. Sage Pay makes payments safe and secure. Payment security and fraud prevention are two of their top priorities. Sagepay provides various integration option for your e-commerce website. Like 1. Form Integration 2. Server Integration 3. Server Iframe integration 4. Direct Integration In Direct integration, only your server will be save card data and host checkout page, while in all other 3 integration it will be save card data to the SagePay server and checkout pages will be there only. You do not need to create checkout page for that. Today we are going to understand how Form Integration will work. Setting in Web.Config Let's first list ...
Introduction to Class in OOPS with C#.net

Introduction to Class in OOPS with C#.net

C#.Net, Special Posts
Understanding class A class is like a blueprint. It allows us to create our own custom data types by grouping methods, events and variables of different types like int, string or any other custom types. Class defines the data and behavior of a type. A class can be defined with a keyword "class" followed by the class name and body of the class with a pair of curly braces. Let's have a look at the general form of a class body. below is the general form of a class body. Classes supports inheritance while structs can't support it. Access specifiers plays an important role in the class definition, which specify the rules for accessing the member as well as the class itself. Default access specifier for the class is internal while for member it is private. Data type specifies ...