In this table we will compare system requirements of the Magento 1.x and Magneto 2.x branches. We will compare differences of the platforms requirements for the server environment, PHP configuration, supported cache engines and browsers versions:See more
In this article we will look "under the hood" of Magento 2.0 frontend engine. And describe the most interesting parts in details.
New Magento 2 frontend engine keeps up with the times, and uses HTML5, CSS3 technologies.
The Prototype library was replaced by jQuery. And yes, jQuery is out of the box now (at last!), along with Jquery UI. But anyway Prototype is still present in Magento 2.
Magento 2 have Magento UI library (which is based on LESS), it contains a solid set of mixins, also a large set of variables that allows you to make the development process more intuitive and flexible.See more
The Magento 2 trained solution partner program was specifically designed by Magento to demonstrate readiness to take on Magento 2 merchant projects.
The program is aimed only for official Magento partners with Silver and Gold statuses.See more
The first reason: it is very important that your website should be accessible through all modern mobile platforms with different screen sizes. The number of visitors viewing websites through mobile devices is growing and the latest data shows that mobile digital media time in is now significantly higher at 51% compared to desktop (which is 42%).
The second reason is Google 'Mobilegeddon' (somebody call it 'Mobilepocalyse' :). The idea behind this term is simple: Google will not rank your website high for mobile devices, if it is not mobile friendly. As a result the businesses lost Google search traffic (or get more traffic, if the website is mobile friendly).
So, if your competitor is responsive, and you are not, don't loose the time and start to plan your mobile strategy immediately! Otherwise your competitor will gather the mobile traffic and clients in your business niche.See more
Magento upgrade guide: Magento 1.3.x, 1.4.x, 1.5.x, 1.6.x, 1.7.x, 1.8.x and 1.9.x (18.104.22.168) upgrade process.
Last update: September 02, 2015
This is the most comprehensive description of the Magento 1.3.x, 1.4.x, 1.5.x, 1.6.x, 1.7.x, 1.8.x and 1.9.x (22.214.171.124) upgrade process.
Additionally It contains step-by-step instructions and troubleshooting information.See more
Last update: August 31, 2015
In this article we will accumulate several most important tips, which will help you to keep your Magento installation (and your customers data too) secure and safe from hackers attacks.See more
Recently we have launched a row of various new projects on the Magento Community and Magento Enterprise platforms. Here we introduce a brief review of the cases.See more
As you know, Google Chrome and Mozilla disabled Flash over security concerns recently. Mozilla said Flash would remain on the Firefox block-list until Adobe fixes all known vulnerabilities.
There is a problem for all Magento store owners, because Magento images uploader is Flash based. It means that if you will update your browser version (or it will be updated automatically) and Flash will be in the block-list, you will be not able to upload any images: product images or CMS images using Magento back-end.
In this article we will show, how to disable Flash uploader in Magento and prevent the Flash related issues once and forever.See more