A Prestashop module for use in school classrooms. This module is one of the results of the project Fit for E-Commerce which is co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.
PrestaCollege lets you:
- export and import database and file snapshots of shops which can be easily distributed to student's shops
- create fake data for your shop
- You need a working Prestashop installation.
- Download the latest PrestaCollege release. Make sure to download the prestacollege.zip file!
- In the Prestashop backend go to the module manager and click 'Upload module'. Drag and drop the prestacollege.zip file onto the dialogue.
- The module should automatically be installed. If the installation fails make sure that your php.ini values for
post_max_sizeare set to a larger value than the size of the prestashop.zip file. I would recommend to set the values to
128M- this should also be sufficient for file snapshots.
- 2019-07-21 Video tutorial [DE] on how to import and export snapshots from PrestaCollege
- 2019-06-27 Video tutorial [DE] on how to install, import and export snapshots and Jamando shop data
- Implement Snapshot process
- Add a version check if the database scheme of an export matches the installed version
- Add an option to include/leave out specific tables
- Export relevant database tables
- Export relevant asset folders ('/img', '/modules') as zip
- Import database tables from .sql file
- Import asset folders from zip file
- Upload snapshots from remote URL to server
- Download existing snapshots from the server to your PC
- Upload snapshot files from your PC to the server
- Delete a snapshot from the server via the web interface
- add German localization
- add a popup/banner to avoid real customers from ordering
- fake customers
- fake guests and customer visits (i.e. connections)
- fake orders by customers
- fake orphaned carts
- fake a hacker attack
- fake search terms
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