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  1. Thanks for the reply. I think the PHP code in the book should work just fine for me. The nice thing about PHP is that it seems to be very mature, and also backwards compatible with older versions. I was mainly wondering if there were breaking changes to any of the external APIs used (such as Paypal, Stripe or Authorize.NET). I guess I shouldn't be too concerned, as most of the payment providers keep things pretty consistent and/or provide excellent up-to-date documentation. On another note, I was able to find some of the old documentation and sample sites for Site Server Commerce Edi
  2. Hello friends! I just picked up the Kindle format of the 2nd edition and was wondering if there was a list of things I should be aware of when reading this book, a number of years after the date it was published in 2013? It's been a long while since I've thought about what it takes to build a sample e-commerce site. The "theory" and ideas I saw when previewing this book, are what really attracted me to it. This book seemed to be one of the few programming books written in recent years, dedicated to the subject. I have some background in programming (I'm "OK" working on b
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