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A Magento code audit is an in-depth analysis of an online store’s code to ascertain possible bugs, performance issues, and security problems. Read the article to find out why you might need a Magento code audit for your store.
We’ve come up with a list of the biggest companies using Magento for their ecommerce stores. Read to find out why these global brands choose Magento to power their operations and which of the platform’s features they use.
Released in 2008, Magento became a dominant force in the ecommerce industry within the first year of its launch. It’s successor, Magento 2, was launched back in 2015 to address the shortcomings in Magento 1 and make the platform future-ready.
In June 2020 Magento 1 rode off into the sunset to give way to its improved version — Magento 2 — providing for better security, greater performance, and the overall ease of use. The updated platform opened up dramatic growth potential for business owners.
Brace yourself: Magento 1’s end of life is coming. Read our guide to learn what a proper migration from Magento 1 to Magento 2 entails. And remember — time is short, so you should plan the migration now to ensure seamless, uninterrupted operation of your business.
Take the opportunity to migrate from Magento 1 on time to ensure further business growth and uninterrupted performance, eliminating potential risks and optimizing investment.