Other than building a freebie project for Template repo using paysnap at the start of lockdown I’ve not had too much experience with it. I did work out it was pretty good when making that freebie project, but until you use something for one of your own projects you never really get a proper feel for it.
Today I had the need to fire up a quick store for a client to sell half a dozen products, so figured it was time to give it a proper try. And it’s really bloody good.
The store isn’t 100% sone yet, I still need to clean it up a bit, but it’s here: https://www.davidmcconkey.co.uk/store/
I wasn’t sure about one aspect of Paysnap so posted this on the RW forum, but tonight I’ve managed to answer the question myself. https://forums.realmacsoftware.com/t/paysnap-text-option-how-is-it-passed-to-site-owner/34486
There were a few other “oh, I really need Paysnap to do this” but after a bit of reading the manual I soon realised a solution was baked in. In short, Paysnap is a really well rounded solution for a small online store.
Hats off to Mr. @yabdab he’s done a great job.