[Shopping Cart]

Flash ActionScript Web applications Date: Dec 2007

Shopping Cart This shopping cart was incorporated in a HTML web site. User can create several bags, change their styles and drag-and-drop items into them. Clicking on items displays their information.

A list of items in the bag is provided along with a subtotal updated each time an item is added. The goods information (thumbnail, description, price) and shopping information (images of individual bags, payment confirmation pages, businesses payment details) are provided from XML files that are easily editable.

A check-out facility is provided using the PayPal API.

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Comments

Dafe
[26/03/2017]
Hello

Can you please send me the source code for this shopping cart in flash 8 and can you please include a tax feature to the shopping cart. Thank You


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