Category Archives: Magento 2

The Transition to Magento 2 – Maintaining the Ecosystem

When Magento first arrived it was a platform that excited developers, here was an eCommerce platform that was sexy, like a young teenager arriving on the scene of an OAP party. It was extensible, malleable, new, interesting, and it contributed to making geek work cool. In 2008 Magento combined an open source product with a […]

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Magento 2 – WebShopApps Announcement

As part of launching our Magento 2 offering we are moving the blogs for Magento 2 company announcements to See details on our Magento 2 release which includes the free MatrixRates offering, and is available for download today!!   TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

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Refresh & Renew – Magento 2

Overview Not so long ago I gave my initial thoughts on Magento 2.  This was when Magento 2 was in merchant beta.  Since then there have been many thousands of commits to the Magento code, it has been stabilized more as I understand and we are in a different place as it has now been […]

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Magento 2 – The Roadmap in Merchant Language

We have been getting a lot of calls from Merchants who are confused by the timings around Magento 2, so I’ve decided to put together this blog. To be clear, this is the WebShopApps perspective and is not the official source of information.  If you want greater detail then go take a look at Magento’s […]

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Magento 2 – Time to get Behind It

What’s to get Behind? The standard joke in Magento has been around when will Magento 2 appear. Since it was first announced in 2010 there have been several false starts, partly to blame for this has been the eBay buyout of Magento, the change of CTO’s, Product Manager’s, X.commerce, and so on.  But, in my […]

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