Today, we are going to discuss such an important Magento innovation as Magento Commerce Order Management (MCOM). Both Magento Community Edition and Enterprise Edition offer basic order management capabilities, and until the recent time, more advanced features were available only via third-party extensions, that’s why we’ve described 25 order management Magento modules on Firebear, but now the platform offers such features via MCOM. Does it mean that third-party order management plugins are no longer useful? Why do we need more sophisticated order management in Magento? What advanced features does Magento Commerce Order Management offer? Below, we provide answers to these and other questions related to MCOM. Continue Reading
Magento 2 has been finally launched, and we are happy to introduce you to the first dwellers of the renewed ecommerce ecosystem. In the post below, we’ve gathered digital pioneers that are brave enough to try the most recent ecommerce option. The following Magento 2 shops showcase illustrates how modern ecommerce websites look like in real life. And they really deserve to be mentioned! Continue Reading
Today, we are happy to announce our third Magento 2 extension dubbed Control for CloudFlare®. This module provides a convenient integration of your Magento 2 website with one of the most popular CDNs CloudFlare®. The Control for CloudFlare® Magento 2 module adds all core features of the CDN right into your Magento 2 admin page. Consequently, you can save a lot of time and effort managing your CloudFlare® account directly from the Magento 2 backend. It is also necessary to mention that our Magento 2 CloudFlare® extension supports all main methods of CloudFlare® API.
UPD (14.12.15): Magento 2 CloudFlare® – a lite free version of Control for CloudFlare® Magento 2 Extension
Magento Commerce, the leading ecommerce provider, announced the general availability of much anticipated Magento 2.0 which represents the next generation of the most popular ecommerce platform. The new product has been essentially revamped in comparison with 1.X, and as you might have guessed, it is still an open source solution with unrivaled flexibility and scalability, but with lots of new innovation opportunities. Consequently, Magento 2 empowers brands, retailers, and merchants to deliver omnichannel shopping experiences to their customers:
Magento 2.0.1 has been released. For further information, check the release notes here: Magento 2 Release Notes.
In the following post, we will gather all Magento 2 release notes starting from 1.0.0-beta. Since every release includes a plethora of improvements and changes, we’ve divided them into several subcategories, such as performance, payment methods, checkout, CMS, etc. These are the latest Magento 2 Release notes from
One of our previous posts shows how to pass the Magento 2 Certification and what is the Magento 2
The basic Magento 2 reporting system is a reliable tool, but often it is not enough for optimizing some of ecommerce processes. The same is about free solutions. For example, Google Analytics is not able to work with sales and purchases. Consequently, you need a more full-featured analytics and reporting option, so we’d like to draw your attention to already available or upcoming extended analytics and reporting solutions for Magento 2. Don’t forget to check the corresponding comparison.