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Let’s Develop Shopping Cart for eCommerce App

Every e-Commerce site has a Shopping Cart feature, today we will learn how to make the backend APIs using Java and Spring Boot

Photo by Charles Deluvio on Unsplash

Cart is a must-have feature for an e-commerce app that allows the users to save the items they want to buy, change the quantity, and remove them. It should also be able to show the total cost of items in the cart.

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Nil Madhab

Nil Madhab

Developer @Booking.com | ex: Samsung, OYO | IIT Kharagpur | Entrepreneur, founder of simplecoding.dev | JOIN Medium, https://nilmadhab.medium.com/membership

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