Posts marked with “magento”

Asynchronous Magento

by · August 12, 2020

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By Oleksandr Lyzun Over the years, Magento architecture has become more sophisticated and complex because merchants’ requirements are becoming more complex. This complexity leads to an increase of application infrastructure, release cycles, and the number of features that have to be maintained. For Magento’s first decade, it was a monolith application which nicely covered mid-sized […]

 

Magento’s Evolution, Ecommerce, Development Environments, and Enterprise Software.

by · March 26, 2020

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In Episode 30 In this episode, we dive into How Magento is Evolving and chat with Magento evangelist Ben Marks. Topics The free magazine issue courtesy of Adobe and Magento. An interview with Ben Marks on how Magento went from an open-source project to its acquisition, the value of the community and ecosystem, how Magento […]

 

How Magento is Evolving

by · March 5, 2020

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It’s another free issue (through April 1, 2020) courtesy of Adobe and Magento! In these pages, we look at how Magento 2.0 is evolving to meet the changing needs and expectations for ecommerce. On the PHP side of things, we look at hosting, development environments, and more.

 

From Monolith to Service Isolated Architecture

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This article looks at service isolation in Magento, which is an approved and confirmed aspect of our future architecture as we continue to anticipate and adjust to market demands.

 

Asynchronous Magento

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Over the years, Magento architecture has become more sophisticated and complex because merchants’ requirements are becoming more complex. This complexity leads to an increase of application infrastructure, release cycles, and the number of features that have to be maintained. For Magento’s first decade, it was a monolith application which nicely covered mid-sized merchant needs. But […]

 

The State of Magento

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It is quite interesting to look back over the history of a project and see how far it’s come. I am pretty sure there’s a book to be written about the journey and impact of Magento on the world of ecommerce. What started as an idea in 2006 evolved into a community-backed application that fundamentally […]

 

Mandrill Alternatives for PHP Applications

by · April 18, 2016

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What would a website be if it couldn’t send emails, even if just for password resets? Running your own mail server is a huge hassle, so many developers instead use a third party service to send transactional emails like password resets, new user welcome messages, and order summaries. One of the most popular services, in […]

 

php[world] Conference: Five Amazing Keynotes…

by · August 20, 2014

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We are excited to announce today the amazing keynote speakers that we have lined up for our php[world] conference this November. We’ve worked hard to find the best speakers and talks that cover the breadth of the PHP experience. We want php[world] to be a conference that pulls together all the different fragmented communities of […]