31 Dec Module Development
WHAT IS IT ANYWAYS?
First off let’s put the definition of ‘module’ for a better understanding. Module, in coding environment, is a set of code or template that consists of set of abstract codes that can be used in the different parts of the, say, web site or across multiple projects on the same platform.
Having that said now comes the most important question. What does it do for me?
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For instance, take one of our modules called “Multi Currency”. We designed and developed it for the open-source e-commerce platform named PrestaShop giving the web site owners the ability to work with different currencies when needed e.g the price of a particular product is in $ but it needs to be put on sale in € on the web site with a real time conversion.
This module works with all available currencies in all cross combinations smoothly. All you have to do is just download and set it up within the platform.
Without this module, which costs you less than 100$, it could easily have been cost you minimum some four digits if you ever need such feature on your web site, only by itself without any performance guaranty on the user end.
We think you got the picture!
Here at EticSoft, with our more than 10 years of experience in this field with many satisfied international customers we are approved to showcase more than 30 modules that can save you a lot of money, time and headache, and most importantly have you organized better than ever so that you fully focus on your sales.
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