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Veniqa

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Veniqa
File:Veniqa-logo2.svg
Original author(s)(EJ) Vivek Pandey, Sujil Maharjan, Arjun Bastola
Initial releaseMarch 2019; 2 years ago (2019-03)[1]
Stable release
1.0.0 / April 7, 2020; 18 months ago (2020-04-07)[2]
RepositoryVeniqa Repository
Written inJavaScript, Express.js, Vue.js
Engine
    PlatformNode.js
    TypeE-commerce, Open-source software
    LicenseMIT License[3]
    Websiteveniqa.com

    Amazon.com Logo.png Search Veniqa on Amazon.

    Veniqa (originally Veniqa New York, pronounced as Venica) is a JavaScript-based Open-source E-commerce solution predominantly built on the MEVN Stack, which includes Node.js, Express.js, Vue.js, MongoDB.

    The platform was originally a proprietary solution that powered a New York-based fashion retail startup Veniqa New York which served consumers in South Asia to shop from western brands. Upon its closing due to logistical complications, the tech platform that powered the startup was repackaged as an Open-source software and released under the MIT License.

    It is designed and developed by three Nepalese tech entrepreneurs based in New York City - (EJ) Vivek Pandey (who also co-founded the original startup), Sujil Maharjan, and Arjun Bastola.

    Overview[edit]

    Veniqa allows early-stage startups to quickly stand an Ecommerce platform without the trade-off of a Vendor lock-in that usually comes with adopting Software as a service solutions. The entire codebase is available as a Public Repository for use under the MIT License.

    The application suite has four main components:[4]

    • App Server for shopping application
    • App Server for management application
    • Web Application for shopping application
    • Web Application for management application

    Statistics[edit]

    As of March 2020, Veniqa's website, demos and code repository recorded a monthly traffic of ~26k visitors.[5]. With over a 100 forked projects, 650+ github stars, and a roadmap for easing code contribution for developers, its Github community is gradually on the rise. [6]

    It has also received mainstream attention on various developer communities in recent times.

    • No. 1 Trending Repository on GitHub on February 23, 2020 [7]
    • Trending Repository on GitHub: February-March 2020 [7]
    • Top Trending Topic on Hacker News [8]

    Sources[edit]

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    References[edit]

    1. "Veniqa Crunchbase". Crunchbase.
    2. "Veniqa Releases". GitHub. April 10, 2020.
    3. "veniqa/LICENSE". GitHub. Retrieved April 10, 2020.
    4. "Veniqa - Open-source E-commerce Solution. Built using MEVN Stack (Node.js, Express.js, Vue.js, MongoDB) and more. 100% Code Customizable". Veniqa. Retrieved 2020-04-12.
    5. "Web Traffic by SimilarWeb on Crunchbase". Crunchbase. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
    6. Pandey, (EJ) Vivek (2020-04-12), Viveckh/Veniqa, retrieved 2020-04-12
    7. 7.0 7.1 "Gitlogs News - Discover The Top Trending Repos". GitLogs. Retrieved 2020-04-12. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
    8. "My Startup Failed, So We Open-Sourced the Tech | Hacker News". news.ycombinator.com. Retrieved 2020-04-12.

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