This is the session video for my DrupalCon Chicago presentation, Drupal Commerce: Setting up shop on Drupal 7. The video includes a presentation of the overarching vision and architecture of Drupal Commerce followed by a technical demonstration using the Commerce Guys demo store.
As of DrupalCon Chicago, Drupal Commerce should be considered stable and ready for developers and advanced site builders. We're in solid beta territory and are fixing bugs in preparation for a final 1.0 release. The main limiting factor is the availability and stability of contributed modules.
Learn more about Drupal Commerce at the project's homepage: http://www.drupalcommerce.org
Custom Line Items were a late addition to Drupal Commerce, but they offer amazing flexibility to the sitebuilder. In this first screencast about custom line items, I show how to add fields to the line item and explain why you might want to do so.
This is a quick introduction to Commerce Shipping, using the new Commerce Flat Rate module. We create a flat rate shipping service and then a "free shipping" service and use rules to determine which one gets selected based on ship-to address.
There is an accompanying article at http://www.commerceguys.com/resources/articles/246
This screencast demonstrates the incredible power of rules to make functional changes to your Drupal site without requiring PHP code. And along the way, you'll understand why Drupal Commerce is built on top of Rules (so you can do things like this) and even understand how Commerce Stock works.