Nearby Shops helps people buy items like fruits, vegetables and grocery from shops located near to them and even get the home delivery of the items they have purchased.
Shopping fruits, vegetables and grocery is just an example. You can buy or sell almost anything that is available locally.
Login credentials : 9490523891 (username) | password (password) Login to the end-user app with the above credentials and enjoy the demo.
For a better experience set your location
For a better experience to help you understand how location features work. We recommend you to set a fake location.
Use any location faker app which you can download from Google Playstore and set your location to “Hyderabad, India”.
Install the shop owner app from google play store then you can login using the following credentials.
Login credentials : 8074516088 (username) | password (password) Login to the shop owner app with the above credentials and enjoy the demo.
Now you can build your own app based local marketplace with very low investment. Open Source technology can help save your financial investment that you require to start your business.
It can also help you save your time to setup your own marketplace.
Nearby Shops offers all the latest features to setup a modern local marketplace.
Licensed under MIT open-source license. Free to use even for commertial usage.
Nearby Shops only allow phone and e-mails verified using OTP. This ensures your business is more secure.
Nearby Shops andoid app receives push notifications using one-signal and firebase.
We dont retrofit our software by adding plugins to make it a multi-vendor solution. Nearby Shops is designed for a multi-vendor shopping since its very inception.
Nearby Shops uses Postgres as its primary Database and connects with Database using high performance type 4 JDBC driver.
Nearby Shops use Jetty Server as an embedded HTTP server
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