Open Source Point of Sale is a web-based point of sale system. The application is written in PHP, it uses MySQL (or MariaDB) as data storage back-end and has a simple but intuitive user interface.
3.x version is a complete overhaul of the original software. It uses CodeIgniter 3 as a framework and is based on Bootstrap 3 using Bootswatch themes. Along with improved functionality and security.
The features include:
We've got a live version of our latest master running for you to play around with and test everything out. It's a containerized install that will reinitialize when new functionality is merged into our code repository.
You can find the demo here and log in with these credentials.
If you bump into an issue, please check the status page here to confirm if the server is up and running.
Besides the demo of the latest master, we also have a development server that builds when there's a new commit to our repository. It's mainly used for testing out new code before merging it into the master. It can be found here.
The log in credentials are the same as the regular live demo.
Please refrain from creating issues about installation problems before having read the FAQ and going through existing GitHub issues. We have a build pipeline that checks the sanity of our latest repository commit, and in case the application itself is broken then our build will be as well.
This application can be set up in many different ways and we only support the ones described in the INSTALL.md file.
For more information and recommendations on support hardware, like receipt printers and barcode scanners, read this page on our wiki.
Everyone is more than welcome to help us improve this project. If you think you've got something to help us go forward, feel free to open a pull request.
Want to help translate Open Source Point of Sale in your language? You can find our Weblate here, sign up, and start translating. You can subscribe to different languages to receive a notification once a new string is added or needs updating. Have a look at our guidelines below to help you get started.
Only with the help of the community, we can keep language translations up to date. Thanks!
Before creating a new issue, you'll need copy and include the info under the
System Info tab in the configuration section in most cases. If that information is not provided in full, your issue might be tagged as pending.
If you're reporting a potential security issue, please refer to our security policy found in the SECURITY.md file.
NOTE: If you're running non-release code, please make sure you always run the latest database upgrade script and you download the latest master code.
If you get the message
system folder missing, then you have cloned the source using git and you need to run a build first. Check INSTALL.md for instructions or download latest zip file from GitHub releases instead.
If at login time you read
The installation is not correct, check your php.ini file., please check the error_log in
public folder to understand what's wrong and make sure you read the INSTALL.md. To know how to enable
error_log, please read the comment in issue #1770.
If you installed your OSPOS under a web server subdir, please edit
public/.htaccess and go to the lines with the comments
if in web root or
if in subdir, uncomment one and replace
<OSPOS path> with your path and follow the instruction on the second comment line. If you face more issues, please read issue #920 for more information.
Apache server configurations are SysAdmin issues and not strictly related to OSPOS. Please make sure you can show a "Hello world" HTML page before pointing to OSPOS public directory. Make sure
.htaccess is correctly configured.
If the avatar pictures are not shown in items or at item save you get an error, please make sure your
public and subdirs are assigned to the correct owner and the access permission is set to
If you install OSPOS in Docker behind a proxy that performs
ssloffloading, you can enable the URL generated to be HTTPS instead of HTTP, by activating the environment variable
FORCE_HTTPS = 1.
If you have suhosin installed and face an issue with CSRF, please make sure you read issue #1492.
PHP 8.0 is not currently supported, see issue #3051.
PHP 5.5 and 5.6 are no longer supported due to the fact that they have been deprecated and not safe to use from security point of view.
If you like our project, please consider buying us a coffee through the button below so we can keep adding features.
Or refer to the FUNDING.yml file.
If you choose to deploy OSPOS in the cloud, you can contribute to the project by using DigitalOcean and signing up through our referral link. You'll receive a free $200, 60-day credit if you run OSPOS in a DigitalOcean droplet through our referral link.
Open Source Point of Sale is licensed under MIT terms with an important addition:
The footer signature "© 2010 - current year · opensourcepos.org · 3.x.x - hash" including the version, hash and link our website MUST BE RETAINED, MUST BE VISIBLE IN EVERY PAGE and CANNOT BE MODIFIED.
Also worth noting:
The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.
For more details please read the LICENSE file.
It's important to understand that although you are free to use the application the copyright has to stay and the license agreement applies in all cases. Therefore any actions like:
In short, you are free to use the application but you cannot claim any property on it.
Any person or company found breaching the license agreement might find a bunch of monkeys at the door ready to destroy their servers.
|Many thanks to JetBrains for providing a free license of IntelliJ IDEA to kindly support the development of OSPOS.||Many thanks to Travis CI for providing a free continuous integration service for open source projects.|