Depending on the purpose we can analyze Magento 2 in different ways. The merchant who is interested in successful online store business may not understand all of the technical tips and consider the platform more globally.
Magento 2 continues to move forward towards its anticipated final release in Q4 2015. Since the installation on a local stack is complex, faithful users are curious to know if the update process will run efficiently.
In the last few years, online shopping has secured consumer buying power with the help of mobile devices. According to an IBM report, mobile traffic accounted for 45 percent of all online traffic for the 2014 holiday season. We’re witnessing the next frontier of mobile ecommerce.
We would like to inform you that yesterday a new security patch (SUPEE-6482) was released by Magento. This patch addresses several security issues so it is highly recommended that all Magento users install this patch as soon as possible. Before implementing this security patch (SUPEE-6482) it is necessary to implement all previous security patches to ensure correct system operation.
Video consumption is soaring amongst online audiences. From 2013 to 2014, 43 percent more videos were watched online. For e-commerce businesses, this translates into an immense opportunity to market products and services to consumers.
Most businesses tend to hit their stumbling block while trying to set up their merchandise in online stores in that uploading of feeds to the site for their products to be visible becomes a daunting task. In the quest for a solution to this problem, many people find themselves lost and confused. In light of this, GoMage has introduced GoMage Feed Pro, a Magento extension that allows easy and more streamlined submission of content online.
We designed a new default theme for online stores on Stepcart. Our team has been working strenuously since December 2014 by reinventing every single element of pages with care for each pixel. It’s everything there is to passion about eCommerce.
WordPress is the single most popular content management system (CMS) online. A W3Techs survey found that almost a quarter (24.1%) of all websites were built with the platform – far more than competitors Joomla (2.8%), Drupal (2.1%) and Magento (1.1%).
When you take out the blogs and concentrate on e-commerce however, Magento is the clear winner. According to a study of Alexa's million top e-commerce sites, Magento Community Edition was the most popular, with 25.6% of the market share, knocking WordPress’ WooCommerce plugin into second spot. The premium Magento Enterprise Edition ranked in 6th place, powering a further 4.4% of the top million e-commerce sites.
One of the reasons Magento performs so well in is that it is custom-built for the purpose: it has a range of functionality that can be adapted to enhance e-commerce sites for businesses of all shapes and sizes. There are still some things you should bear in mind to get the best performance out of your Magento site however: