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was originally a New York based fashion retail startup that served consumers in South Asian countries to shop from luxury western brands.
Upon its demise due to logistical complications, the tech platform that powered Veniqa is maintained by Qarece New York and has been open sourced as a 100% customizable solution under the MIT License.
Perfect for bootstrapped startups & hacky engineers
We love Woocommerce & Squarespace! But vendor lock-in and zero code access isn't for everyone.
With Veniqa, you have choices.
Option 1: Launch Yourself
Take the ENTIRE CODEBASE FOR FREE and launch your e-commerce startup dream.
Option 2: Get a Premium Support Package
So you have the original team by your side for ongoing support and custom enhancements.
Option 3: Use the codebase for other projects
With 70k lines of modular code, you can repurpose Veniqa for online stores, inventory management, user management and web builders.
What's under the hood
So you know your tech, huh?
Built using the MEVN Stack & The Usual Suspects
MongoDB, Express.js, Vue.js, Node.js, Mongoose ORM, Redis, Sendgrid, Nodemailer (for fallback), Stripe.
4 Components with 95 API services
API Servers for Shopping & Management Applications,
Web Clients for Shopping & Management.
Performant & Secure - cause we like it that way
Distributed requests utilizing all system cores, encrypted authentication and sessions, backend equipped with request rate limiting to prevent scripted attacks and bot crawling, database & file-based logging.
Built for the Cloud, with developers in mind
CD/CI friendly codebase and configuration setup, simplified dev-prod and local-cloud switches, docker scripts, AWS S3 Integration for cheap image storage.
Drag-and-drop design builders for home page customizations, Image Editor to edit and preview product images and thumbnails, order tracking at a line item level, tariff support for international shipments, payment accepted in multiple digital forms and currencies powered by Stripe.
“Finally, a solution in the e-commerce space built for developers.”
Andre VasquezSenior Software Engineer
“Within a few days, I was able to spin up an Inventory Management Application for my clients by leveraging Veniqa's codebase. Thanks to the modular architecture, things were a breeze.”
Matthew CunninghamFreelance Developer
“We found out about Veniqa just about a week ago from HackerNews. The team decided to plug in Veniqa for users and roles management in a client project. Modular, and easy to adopt! Highly recommended.”
Ahmed RahimFull Stack Developer
Blame These People For
(EJ) Vivek PandeyPlatform Architecture, Backend Engineering,
DevOps, Data Modeling & Websites
Sujil MaharjanUX/UI Design,
Arjun BastolaFrontend Engineering,
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