New release of Magento Open Source 2.2.4 includes new payments and Tax modules - Amazon pay, Vertex ,Klarna Payments, etc..
Magento 2.1.8 updates
Magento announced the new release of Magento 2.1 updates and Magento 2.1 updates are available now. Magento Commerce (formerly Enterprise Edition) and Magento Open Source (formerly Community Edition) 2.1.8 feature over 90 improvements as well as pull requests from the community. The new updates include:
- Cache tuning for improved performance
- Mass action performance optimizations
- Faster deployments for multi-language sites
- Reduction in the amount of memory that mass actions require, and performance optimization
- Improvements to Elasticsearch performance, indexing of large catalogs, cache tuning, and URL re-writes
Magento 2.0 - Overview
The Magento commerce shopping cart system was developed as a response to OS Commerce. OS Commerce was an early, open-source eCommerce system. Magento now has over 110,000 eCommerce store fronts that use the Magento Community or Enterprise platform. It’s feature rich, and contains nearly everything a marketer needs. It’s very stable, and set up properly, can run very fast. The most awaiting launch in ecommerce of 2013 is nothing else but Magento 2, the new version of Magento.
Magento 2.0 is an overhaul of the Magento code base, and includes a visual editor, new “containers” for handling visual elements on a site, better overall performance and more.
Magento is the most widely used ecommerce platform. Its flexibility, sleek designs, excellent user experience, sturdiness, security, etc., have made it the most popular ecommerce platform. Now, with a bunch of innovative features, Magento is all set to launch its new version.
Let’s have a look at the new features expected to be packed with the new Magento 2.
Magento Community Online store owners are happy to know the release of Magento Community Edition 220.127.116.11.
Key highlights of Magento Community Edition 18.104.22.168 include:
- Performance Improvements
- Enhanced Tax Calculation Algorithms
- Functional Improvements
- Security Enhancements