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Introduction

The component allows to integrate datafeeds ( xml/csv) from affiliate programs like zanox, tradetracker,webgains and tradedoubler,affiliatewindow,shareasale, netaffiliation, commision junction or any other CSV product file into a joomla site. Creating a product browser or price comparison website.

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Joomla 3.0 is fully functional but still in development


Best extension ever


Posted on 21 July 2014

Bram, thank you for this brilliant extension. I spent a couple of days cofiguring it, but finally it works. I use some xml files from Zanox on Joomla 3.3.1 (content website in Russian). Everyone can deal with this component, as I am not the best in technical stuff (I had no idea of how xml works). Frankly, your documantation was not so clear for me, but somehow I managed it myself:). Thank you, keep it up!


If this worked with Commission Junction it would be perfect, but it does not pull the datafeed even after following instructions. Not much help from the forums either.

Owner's reply: As fas as tested the component worked fine with CJ (csv/gzipped) feeds.


I don't have a CJ account so I can't test the current situation.



Anyhow the component should work with any CSV file with a header row, either gzipped or not.

Joomla 3.2


Posted on 15 December 2013

Thats what I'm looking for, but can't install in Joomla 3.2.

Hope available soon ;-)



Regards,



Pedro

Owner's reply: Hi

Did you pick the right version?

Please use the forum or the support form to send any specifics

Will try a fresh install myself asap

Regards

Great Extension


Posted on 09 September 2013

You guys rock!



The only thing I have to note is that the tranlation on your website is not 100% accurate between Englifh and Dutch.


Just Great!


Posted on 03 April 2013

I have a rented Webshop from Alltron. What won't connect with Joomla at all. So earlier I was just providing a Search-Box on my page. Then I've seen Bram's Tool and taught tat it may can doo the job. (Search in my rented shop and provide the results in the Joomla-Page) Unfortunately my shop creates a ugly datafeed without headers. So the component wasn't able to work with the feed at all.

Just a small E-Mail to Bram and he developed a custom parser and a Custom search-Module for my website and installed it. It had its price. But the result is outstanding and the support-reaction realy fast.

So before you delete this Component because it isn't working take contact to Bram he can handle it.


Indeed a fine component to handle datafeeds and create you're little shop. You can pick one of the many networks supported but there are some issues im not to happy with. For instance, why every index.html file (14x) is filled with a bunch of links going to his website. The support is available but as fas as communication goes, he's definitely on some sort of different level. His way of explaining things aren't always that easy to understand. He does make a lot of mistakes with writing. What is a bit disturbing, is his way of getting financial compensation for his work. 2 years ago or so he charged almost 100 euro so you could read the documentation. When that failed he dropped that so everybody could read it. He had a dutch forum, then an english forum. Now those are obsolete and he has a new free forum again and introduced a pro subscription (Hidden forum area). That will cost you again 50 euro, and in return you get some samples to extend your shop functionality and a gratefull programmer. Well, its not worth it. Ive seen many programmers who put countless hours in their work and they did it with joy because they love to do what they do. However, Bram is i think a bit frustrated for the little $$ he gets back in return. Let me continue, the style used for this component is a disaster and ugly and many of the classes are not into the stylesheet and simply missing. The average user who sets up a site will never win any price with the design. To my opinion he should have worked with someone who would take care of the design. The component also misses a lot of some basic functionality in how to deal with crappy datafeeds. I could still recommend it, but i hope it gets better and cleaned up a bit.


Bram is brilliant!


Posted on 03 January 2012

I needed a solution for a non standard xml feed so having searched JED I decided to contact Bram to ask if he could help me. Wihtout delay and for a very very reasonable small charge he provided much more than I could have hoped for. I would definitely recommend this developer to anyone that needs help with custom xml feeds!



Thanks again for your help Bram!


Highly recommended


Posted on 30 April 2011

I have been using this extension for the last 6 months and now have 12 product feeds on 4 different topic websites.



I am not that technical but found the set up easy enough by following the hlp notes on www.affiliatefeeds.nl/ and the component, menu and module settings from the example feed which can be added on installing and deleted later.



The only problems that I've had is when I upgraded sh404 and a couple of small issues when adding product feeds into my articles, this was sorted out quickly with the developers help.



I highly recommend this extension and one well worth putting the time into understanding as it has many configurations and uses and has made a good impact on my websites.


Great effort but not ready


Posted on 07 March 2011

A lot of good effort has gone into developing this component, however it is not ready. The author makes good effort in English but his use of it is still confusing (he writes "two" as "to" sometimes for instance), the component's language is half English half Dutch, etc.

Also the database is not well organized, I could not find how to delete the 1,000 or so sample items that come with the installation, and quite a few other small issues.



The developer has great understanding of data feeds, however the user can find oneself in a pickle.



For all developers out there, make a Great free component, develop a reputation and you will get more paid work than you will want. Do not try to make money off free components, or get links etc. A good component will make people come look for you. A so-so one will make people avoid you.


Excellent add-on


Posted on 07 November 2010

I have been using this extension for a while now and it's really usefull. If you try to understand php a bit you'll be able to customize it perfectly to your needs. Even the standard layout will fit most people. It's easy to use and maintain. Remember extensions are there to help you, not to make everything into an automation process. If you want your site to gain some, you'll have to put in some effort yourself. Your effort and this extension can make your site profitable. Try it and get just as excited as me or even more. You'll see it's more and more fun using it's abilities. @Bram. Great job! You'll help a lot of people with this extension.

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Version:
SVN:1662
Developer:
bram
Date added:
Nov 07 2009
License:
GPLv2 or later
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Compatibility:
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