Magento CMS review
Magento is a popular engine for building large scale e-commerce websites. However, it can also be used to develop smaller online stores if you are looking at making your own site rather than using one of the prebuilt templates that come with most CMSs like WordPress or Drupal which have more features but may not match what YOU want outta’your business!
The Magento engine code was initially developed by Varien Inc., a privately held company based in California. Numerous volunteers have also taken part in the development of this open source CMS to create e-commerce websites and transactional platforms for small businesses across America.
Magento is a free and open-source content management system (CMS) built on top of the PHP programming language with Zend Framework elements.
The engine can be used to power eCommerce websites or transactional platforms for online transactions such as sales, purchases etc., through its object oriented architecture design that uses MVC pattern implementation in order achieve maximum performance when executing website functions without locking resources like memory space during operation timeframes allowing more processes going simultaneously which results into faster loading speeds compared others’ solutions do because it doesn’t use JIT interpreters but instead chains together multiple steps at once until they’re all finished.
Magento Open Source
The innovative and powerful e-commerce platform, Magento has been around since 2011. It’s a free community edition that can be extended with third party plugins making it versatile enough for any type of business you want to start up!
Magento Commerce Shopping Platform
The latest version of the Magento platform, CMS 2 was released in April 2016. The difference between this and other versions is that it provides users with more features at their disposal including access to commercial products like those on offer by third party sellers or e-commerce stores which are not available through any free plugin/modal etc.. It also differs significantly from its predecessor due largely because they use different system files – core ones being identical across both paid plans but containing extra goodies only accessible via paying up!
With its drag-and drop design, Magento is a great option for those who want to create an online store without having any technical skills.
Mageanto templates allow users of all levels and backgrounds get started quickly by choosing from prebuilt layouts or creating their own template from scratch with ease! However this doesn’t mean that only large companies should use them as well – small businesses too can make use these powerful features like automatic taxonomies so they don’t need constant attention when posting on social media platforms suchs Facebook & Twitter etc… Since one goal in designing Magneto was simplicity at first glance (which still holds true) there are many third party extensions available.
The article was written by Evgeny Zakharov,
an author who has been writing for years and knows his stuff inside out!