So, I like FatFreeCart, but it was missing a couple of features that I needed. Mainly, I wanted to make shipping apply to the whole order and not per product, but that's not my question here.
With FatFreeCart, you simply apply the script to your page, and the product information comes from the HTML code placed on the page. There is no need to go to a separate page and add products, like it seems is the case in E-Junkie cart. The reason this was helpful is that I have a comic with a PHP-based content management system. With FatFreeCart, I could simply place a bit of PHP in the FatFreeCart form tags that would automatically insert the title and unique product number (date). This way, I don't have to double my work three times a week by adding a new product to the product page in my current storefront (or E-Junkie) and it's always consistent, and is never forgotten.
So to simplify my question, is there a way to sell products from a dynamic content management system without adding/removing products by hand in the e-junkie.com 'Seller Admin' area?