Overview of Magento Commerce and Open Source 2.3.5 release
General availability for Magento 2.3.5 was on April 28. This release introduced new security and performance improvements. As any patch release, it’s recommended to update to the latest version of Magento application at your earliest convenience to apply not only functional enhancements but what is most important all the recent security fixes. To help you plan and budget software updates, let’s first clarify types of Magento code releases.
Enhancing development productivity with PhpStorm Magento plugin
Working on the same technology, on the same project, on the same code – year over year – will inevitably make a developer strong, knowledgeable and something of a subject matter expert. However, being hyper-focused for such long stretches of time introduces a variety of risks to the developer and the project assignment, namely a potential loss of interest or worse – burnout.
Magento performance testing - ins and outs
One compelling reason to shop online is there are no lines. Another reason to shop online is the ability to search virtual aisles – however one wants and whenever one wants. When you combine those two shopping benefits, be it B2C or B2B, and then force multiply by anticipated sales transactions, merchants can become consumed with thoughts how best to ready themselves.
5 things to expect from Magento by the end of 2020
This article is aimed to share our vision and predictions on what is in store for Magento this year along with some of my thoughts and speculations. Your feedback is greatly appreciated. Enjoy!
Magento Open Source vs. Magento Commerce features comparison
There are versions of Magento to satisfy all types of eCommerce merchants — from SMB to larger enterprise retailers. In this article we explore differences between Magento Open Source and Magento Commerce.
Atwix MageNews - April 2020
COVID-19 has affected the Magento community in different ways, both on a personal level and more broadly as it relates to each of our working environments. On behalf of the Atwix #MageNews team, we hope everyone is safe and healthy.
This issue, like past posts, centers on providing you timely and significant updates that will impact the Magento landscape and change the eCommerce world. However, we made sure to include potential impacts COVID-19 has caused, as well as our recommended solutions and guidance.
…so get yourself comfortable, there is a lot of material to cover this month.
Atwix opens its Chicago office
Proximity has always been at a core of our Atwix culture. Of course, we’re a digital business and we build digital experiences for our clients worldwide, so we always focused on that digital kind of proximity – working very closely with our clients, partners and community, being available and approachable.
COVID-19, E-Commerce and the Black Swan
Empty city streets, padlocks set firmly over metal bars. Covered windows at shops and cafes that were until very recently buzzing with patrons just a couple of weeks ago. Now they’re all deserted. No, this is not a zombie apocalypse movie scene…it is a dark moment in time but it is also our new reality…at least for the next couple of weeks if not months.
Magento Re-Imagine 2020
Magento Imagine – those two words together mean a lot to me, especially right now. Continual improvement. An impassioned community. Tried and true friendships. Inspiration above all else – I’ve been experiencing all this yearly since 2011. Nearly 1/3 of my life. Thinking about that just blows my mind. Many of us were once again planning our own versions of the #RoadToImagine, but then a black swan called COVID-19 swam right up to all of us and shook the world we knew to its core. We’ve faced a new reality and are all finding our ways to cope with it.
Atwix MageNews - March 2020
We are opening spring season with MageNews March 🙌
Amidst the COVID-19 outbreak we provide you with a different type of news – everything you need to know about what happened in the Magento world.
So take a deep breath and scroll down!