John Davidson

php - Opencart Journal Theme Upgradation, Mobile App and Multi Vendor Marketplace Issues

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I have opencart version 3.0.2.0 with default theme. I want to upgrade it to journal theme. I have journal versions 3.0.3.1, 3.0.3.4,3.0.3.7,3.1.3 and 3.1.4. I would upgrade default theme to any one of these journal themes. I want to make a mobile app of my site as well with any one of the above journal themes. I want also to use multi vendor marketplace with these themes. But I have a confusion. I have searched for mobile app builders on net. These builders show that they would build a mobile app with featuers of their own different from the front end and back end of my default theme or different from the front end and back end of my journal theme. I want to build a mobile app which should have the same featurs, front end and back end as that of my default theme or that of my journal theme. Please refer me some free mobile app builders which are compatible with the journal theme or default theme and can convert the journal theme or default theme with front end and back end as it appears on desktop into a mobile app which has same features as a website has features when it runs on desktop or laptop. Please refer me some free multi vendor market places as well which are compatible with the journal theme or deault theme and can also be used in mobile app. I would be thankful for any reply.



My Answer:
I recommend reaching out to the developers of the Journal theme for guidance on upgrading and integrating it with a mobile app and multi-vendor marketplace. They may have specific recommendations for mobile app builders that are compatible with their theme and can maintain the same features and design as the desktop version.

As for free multi-vendor marketplaces, you can consider platforms like OpenCart Multi-Vendor Marketplace, Webkul Multi-Vendor Marketplace, or MultiMerch Marketplace. These platforms are compatible with OpenCart and should work well with the Journal theme.

It's important to thoroughly research and test any third-party extensions or plugins before implementing them on your site to ensure compatibility and functionality. Good luck with your upgrades and integration efforts!

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