Dude, this is brilliant. Wow.
So would the pricing look like this per transaction?
3% + (2.9% + 20p) commerce.js + stripe
If so that seems crazy expensive.
Hey Matt, On our standard plan yes that is correct. It's a fairly common price for eCommerce (we're one of the cheapest). Our Plus and Pro plans might work better for you based on your transaction volume/unit pricing.
Out of interest, what would you expect to pay?
Hmm, I guess I jumped the gun a bit. I'm just used to working directly with Stripe's API. I did some research and it seems like your pricing is on par with services similar to yours.
Thanks for following up Andrew.
Sweet. Can't wait to use Chec on one of my own websites one day!
How does it compare to Snipcart? Snipcart seems to have more features but for 2% per sale.
Snipcart is a embeddable checkout as apposed to an eCommerce API, for example you can do this type of checkout on their platform - https://commercejs.com/showcase
Theres a few other differences for example the support for digital goods, and the ability to create multiple checkout types and a/b test them for example a multi step checkout vs a one page checkout
Hey guys! We've been working on this for a while, we launched the beta back in jan and finally hit our stable v1 release.
Turn on the console and take a look here for an example of what you can do :) https://commercejs.com/showcase
Commerce.js is a full-stack eCommerce API that allows developers and designers to Rapidly create eCommerce experiences on web and mobile. With support for everything including cart, checkout, fulfillment, live tax rates, and fraud protection.
Commerce.js V1 has been rewritten from the ground up and has moved over $1.6m. The V1 release brings in support for automatic tax rates (including EU VAT MOSS), built-in fraud protection (via SiftScience partnership), and radically refined cart & checkout support.
Here’s an example of it in action (take a look at our console debugger): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4jnjSL6wBIM&feature=youtu.be
What’s unique about Commerce.js’s approach to this problem is our helper endpoints designed to handle all tedious eCommerce logic you’d normally have to program yourself. Like, Is this quantity/discount code valid? Is this variant available? What's the current total? What’s the new tax amount since the customer just changed their address etc..
We built Commerce.js for designers just as much as we did for developers. The helper endpoints were created so designers don’t have to write any eCommerce logic and strictly focus on design.
Live Examples: https://mondaymotorbikes.com/