[Lift] A new Lift-powered website
Tobias Pfeiffer <tobias@...
2013-05-14 23:19:33 GMT
I have just deployed last weekend the new, Lift-powered version of
<https://www.vismath.eu>, a webshop for all kind of maths-related
It is replacing a Drupal/Ubercart installation and is (besides providing
a lot of CMS functionality for our internal staff) basically a (now
multi-lingual) webshop using the Enterprise Resource Planning system
OpenERP as a backend for keeping track of product information, prices,
taxes, shipping costs, stock levels etc.
Between the Lift frontend and the OpenERP backend, I am using
restful-openerp <https://github.com/tgpfeiffer/restful-openerp> as a
REST-to-XML-RPC adapter and Varnish as an HTTP cache in order to speed up
things. On the Lift side, I'm using dispatch with all its Promise
goodness to access the backend and nicely chain requests like "look up
product by its SKU, then fetch the product, then get the product
availability" in a non-blocking manner.
Even though the Lift site is only running for a couple of days now, I'm
already quite glad that we got rid of this Drupal stuff
Feedback is very welcome!
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