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How to Migrate from VirtueMart to Magento 2 or Sync Data Between Them

- E-Commerce, Magento 2, Our extensions

Magento 2 VirtueMart Migration

Although VirtueMart is not an independent e-commerce platform, it is still home for almost 50k websites. Being an e-commerce plugin for Joomla, VirtueMart attracts merchants all over the world due to its simplicity, SEO features, and built-n invoicing capabilities. But a plugin will never provide as many features, as a standalone platform does, especially if this platform is Magento. And below, we shed light on the Magento 2 VirtueMart migration, so if you also want to get extra e-commerce capabilities moving from your old online storefront to a brand new website, you’ve come to the right place. The following article explains how to migrate from VirtueMart to Magento 2. If you want to get access to more features and third-party modules, continue reading this article. We not only describe the Magento 2 VirtueMart migration but also show how to synchronize data between the two systems. Let’s explore VirtueMart and then compare it with Magento 2. Continue Reading

Private Composer by Aheadworks for Magento 2 & Other Platforms

- Fire development, Magento 2

Magento 2 Private Composer

Composer is a dependency managing tool in PHP. It allows determining on which libraries the current project depends. It also arranges all the processes connected with the library installation and updating. It’s a mistake to think that Composer is a package manager. It handles packages, but it makes it per project. Thus, Composer enables a global installation option without installing anything globally in the default mode. Continue Reading

The Best PHP Content Management Systems (CMS)

 CMSA content management system or CMS is an application that allows publishing and editing content from a central interface. Such systems are often used to run news and shopping websites or blogs. CMSs are also used by different corporate and marketing websites. Their main aim is to avoid the hand coding, but often content management systems support it for some certain parts of the website. CMSs provide different permissions to different users, that allow them access to specific elements of the project. As a result, content management systems reduce the workload and make the working process easier to manage.

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