Commerce Multicurrency provides a way to improve the multicurrency capabilities of Drupal Commerce. It provides both a way to do live price synchronization between currencies by using exchange rate services or setting a fixed rate but also a "manual" mode where you get a field for each currency in order to set a different price per currency.
Drupal Commerce is an excellent framework to develop your own online store with all the customizations you can imagine, in this Commerce Module Tuesday we're doing an overview of a couple of modules developer oriented but useful for a wider audience as well.
Commerce extra price formatters provides a number of extra formatters for displaying commerce prices that extend the current ones provided by Commerce core.
Currently this module enables these three formatters but there will be probably others in the future:
Our goal here is to sell a T-shirt with a customizable slogan on it. This could be any customization, and there could be more than one field. Here's how we do it:
Commerce Price table is a module that provides both a field type and a display formatter that allows to manage and displays prices in a table based in the quantity so that different prices can be shown depending on the quantity of products that the customer purchases.
Commerce Views Bulk Operations replaces Drupal Commerce default administrative Views for managing Orders, Products, Product Displays, Customer Profiles, etc and allows to perform massive operations on all those items, easing administrative tasks.
When you enable this module, some of the default views that are disabled, those will be enabled again when disabling Commerce VBO.
Thanks to the Rules integration with Views Bulk Operations, you can also configure new custom Rules actions and expose them to Views.
Commerce Bulk Product Creation was the first contributed module to the commerce project and provides a quick way to create multiple combinations of products with a single form submission. It also optionally manages the creation of the display associated to the product variations in different ways such as generating a display for each product created in bulk.
Commerce Stock is a great demonstration of how Drupal Commerce can be extended with great Drupal 7 features. It adds an integer field for "stock" to a product, and then manages that using rules.
To use Commerce Stock, just enable the module and then visit admin/commerce/config/stock to configure which product types it should be configured for. At this point, a stock field will be added to your products and you can set the initial stock value.