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Build An eCommerce Website, Dynamic Shopping Cart, Part 4 - #65

Published: June 14, 2021 | DevDrawer

Estimated Reading Time
2 minutes
Video Duration
58:48 minutes

In the last tutorial of this series, we will go into how we can add a cart that contains dynamic information using jQuery, CSS, HTML, and an external API. The fake e-commerce API that we are using allows you to store cart sessions, so we use those sessions for our logged-in users to create a dynamic shopping cart.

This shopping cart is built using Bootstrap and displays a navbar that reflects the total product count within the cart. Using this, we can calculate the total amount of the shopping cart as well as the individual items.

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