I have tested the basics of reaction commerce. It's impressive.
But I am not sure whether is reaction a good bet to invest on it. Few questions.
a) is reaction production ready and able to handle millions of skus? If you look at spree counter parts, they claim to support 3 milllions SKUs. Not including Magento, Drupal Commerce, etc.
b) any production sites using reaction commerce now? probably bigger sites?
c) could i use dropshipping with reaction commerce now?
d) How about multi currency and multi countries taxation?
e) is it easy to build my own payment gateway modules on top of reaction commerce? I have to use some local payment gateways here. They have modules for drupal, magento and opencart.
f) by the way i am building something like this. Basically each popular people will have their own store page (products they want to promote, editorials contents, etc). Example, iphone 6s could appear in both Usher and Justin's store page. If someone buys from Justin's store, Justin gets commissions from it. I can see part of this can be built on meteor, but I am not sure about how much could I leverage on reaction commerce to make this worked?
The other concern i have, could I use the same iphone 6s with same SKU in both Usher and Justin's store. Well basically anyone can add iphone 6s into their own store.
Note: Justin or Usher doesn't sell the product. If any customer purchases, it goes to me and I will ship the products to the customers. But Justin or Usher will get the commissions depends on the customers purchasing from their own store page.
Note: This is not multi shops on different subdomain. It's like a facebook profile page.
If reaction is not suitable, maybe I have to build all from scratch.
g) I know this could be basic question. Is mongodb really really suitable for ecommerce? That's something I don't really see out there. Most people used at least mysql or postgres.
h) Last but not least, can reaction work with the latest meteor 1.3?
Any help? Thanks.