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django-carton is a simple and lightweight application for shopping carts and wish lists.

Project description

 /|     /|
+-+----+ |    django-carton helps you build your shopping
| |    | |    cart and which list functionality.
| +----+-+
|/     |/
  • It’s simple: You decide how to implement the views, templates and payment processing.

  • It’s lightweight: The cart lives in the session.

  • It’s just a container: You define your product model the way you want.

Usage Example


from django.http import HttpResponse

from carton.cart import Cart
from products.models import Product

def add(request):
    cart = Cart(request.session)
    product = Product.objects.get(id=request.GET.get('product_id'))
    cart.add(product, price=product.price)
    return HttpResponse("Added")

def show(request):
    return render(request, 'shopping/show-cart.html')

We are assuming here that your products are defined in an application called products.


{% load carton_tags %}
{% get_cart as cart %}

{% for item in cart.items %}
    {{ }}
    {{ item.quantity }}
    {{ item.total_price }}
{% endfor %}

You can also use this convinent shortcut:
{% for product in cart.products %}
    {{ }}
{% endfor %}


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