Magento Extensions Updates – June 2020

Support for Magento 1 ends today. Magento already moved the EOL date once and, today, the decision is final. Cool, if you guys have already moved to M2 if not, don’t despair, as our partner, Mage One will issue security patches and make it compatible with the latest technologies. We, in turn, will guarantee compatibility of our best-selling Magento 1 extensions with these patches, see the full list of supported M1 modules. Plus, we offer a Magento 2 migration service. If you have no idea what to start from, talk to our Business Development Manager, Ignat. This consultation is free and…

Does SEO Still Matter in 2020? Why Use Amasty’s SEO Audit

If you follow us on socials, you’ve seen that we launched a new service – SEO audit. How to understand your #SEO is working well? Try our #Magento SEO #Audit: https://t.co/q1p8KBkUbq What do we offer? • Free SEO Checklist • Technical SEO Audit • Technical SEO Audit + SEO Toolkit Config E-meet with our SEO expert: https://t.co/725RZFqSB7 pic.twitter.com/o0hrAn3n7s — Amasty Team (@AmastyTeam) June 16, 2020 However, we haven’t introduced you to our SEO team. To clarify this new offer, we’ve had a short interview with our leading specialist, Pavel.   Pavel is the Team Lead of SEO at Amasty with…

We Are a Partner with Mage One: What We’re Doing to Support Our M1 Customers

If you haven’t heard about Mage One, you are probably not a “magento man”. These guys got into the market last year and have grown remarkably since then. Today we are proud to partner with Mage One, a team of passionate professionals providing permanent support for merchants who continue using Magento 1. We strongly support this initiative and believe that every business should have a right to exist notwithstanding any EOL. After June 30 Magento stops supporting M1. If you haven’t migrated to Magento 2 and have no immediate plans to move, you need to take care of security, compatibility…

What’s common between Product Labels, Related Products and Blog Pro? [Teaser: M2 PWA Add-ons]

We’ve written a lot about PWA, working through the pros and cons of the new technology. In case you missed, we leave these links below: → Magento PWA: the whys and wherefores → PWA in Magento 2: How to use it? → How to Install PWA? → How to create a PWA storefront using Magento 2 PWA Studio? → PWA & GraphQL compatible Amasty extensions for Magento 2 On-the-go mobile shopping prevails over desktop among users.  This trend is supported by Google mobile-first indexing. To save your time on PWA implementation, we’ve developed PWA add-ons to replicate the features you’ve…

[How We Develop Magento Extensions] Testing

Today we continue to share our expertise with you and answer the question of how we develop our Magento extensions. In this article, we’ll talk about testing: How we check our extensions before release; What testing techniques we use; How we automate the testing process.   Useful links: → Intro article – How we develop Magento extensions → Part 2 – Epics, use cases, architecture, code standards Where does testing begin? The process of testing starts as soon as a development team receives the epic. QA engineers are responsible for the quality of products, we make sure they’re bug-free and…

Freemium: What It Is and What Benefits It Offers

Recently, we’ve announced that you can get our Layered Navigation Lite under the freemium model. What does the freemium mean?  How does it work?  What benefits do you get?  We’ll tell you all about this in the article. What is Amasty’s freemium? At Amasty, the word Freemium is a merger of ‘free’ and ‘premium’. The idea of this strategy is that you: get access to the main features of our extensions for $1; test the module on your Magento; and extend the functionality by purchasing the advanced version later if needed. How does our freemium work? Our first one-dollar freemium…

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