Ucommerce includes full API reference documentation and lots of helpful articles to help you build your e-commerce site as effortlessly as possible.
You will find many Ucommerce web parts in the Kentico Accelerator. Please use them as inspiration to creating your own web parts.
|Basket preview||Basket preview shows an overview of the basket with option to update quantity and remove orderlines. Configuration options include: show order line number, show order line price, show order line VAT, show order line quantity, Show order sub total, show order VAT, show order discount, show order shipping price, show order payment fee, and editable configuration to disable removing order lines and changing quantity.|
|Category navigation||Show all categories and subcategories in an hierarchical structure. No configuration options.|
|Mini basket||Small overview with the total price and amount of products in customers basket. Configuration options include: show basket total, show quantity of products, Icon color, and text color.|
|Payment method picker||Radio button selection of available payment methods. Configuration options include: Show only payment methods for current country.|
|Shipping method picker||Radio button selection of available shipping methods. Configuration options include: Show only shippinh methods for current country.|
|Search bar||Search bar with take the user to the search result page and shows the product that are hit by the search. Configuration options include placeholder text.|
|Voucher input||Used to add text based voucher codes and apply them to the customers current basket. No configuration options.|
|Product (Data Source)||Data source web part that returns products based on the current category. Used to populate the category pages with products.|
|Promoted Products (Data Source)||Returns the products based on the ShowOnHomepage product property. Used to populate the Homepage Promoted Products section.|
|Order Lines (Data Source)||Returns the order lines from a current Ucommerce basket in the Basket page.|
Alternatively, you can use the OOTB Ucommerce macros to create your own web parts in Portal Engine, or even create your own macros.