This script is SaaS version of Mint Invoice Manager.
Mint Invoice is “web-based”, “open source”, “paid” invoicing
script which can be used to create, send invoices and get paid for your
invoices online directly by your customers. Moreover, you can send
quotations to your customer, covert it to invoice, once your customer
accepts the quotation.
You can keep track of all your invoices, quotations as well as account transactions.
The interface of Mint Invoice is inspired from “Paypal” which provides simple, elegant way to create Invoices. With quotations, transactions and such other feature, “Mint Invoice” is a complete invoicing application one can use to improve business.
It is designed as SPA (Single Page Application) with minimum page refresh & supports Full REST API, which allows you to integrate the application with any other application.
Frontend Website: https://mintinvoice.com
Admin Panel: https://admin.mintinvoice.com
Email: email@example.com Password: abcd1234
Sample Instance: https://firstdomain.mintinvoice.com
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Password: abcd1234
You can also create your own instance for demo purpose. All you need to do is, register at https://mintinvoice.com with your email id, choose one domain and activate your account. You can also try subscription module by testing stripe payment. Use below card details for testing purpose:
Credit Card No: 4242424242424242
Expiry Month: 12
Expiry Year: 2020
With SaaS Version of “Mint Invoice”, you can host entire script in your server and offer all the above functionalities to your customers. Your customer need not to install the script in their computer thus saving a lot of time of your customer by reducing installation and maintenance.
Your centralized script will serve individual instances for every customer, making this script “on-demand” as and whenever required by accessing “anywhere & everywhere” from “any devices” whether it is laptop, desktop, tablet or mobile.
The script supports REST Api & uses JSON based authentication token. The script is well documented and help documents are available at https://support.scriptmint.com
The code is well commented and written with love by www.scriptmint.com. Here is the example: