Xumulus Blog

“Show Cart Discount” Magento Extension by Xumulus

Nick Murray

January 22, 2018

This Magento 2 Extension helps boost conversions and reduce cart abandonment by showing the shopper a clear visual on what is being saved. Since the standard Magento 2 interface does not show this in the cart and on the checkout pages, we add the savings component to the screen, and bingo shoppers feel more inclined to purchase.

6 New Magento 2 Platform Capabilities You Haven’t Heard About

Guest Blog by Alina Bragina - Amasty

December 11, 2017

The first mentioning about Magento 2 is dated back to 2010. However, due to a chain of events the date of release was shifted till 2017. 13% of e-commerce websites are based on Magento. 19 of 20 Magento 2 platforms are used in English language and the major interest comes from the US, Indian, Australian, Canadian, Estonian and Vietnamese merchants. The leading wave of migration to the second version has gained pace and most owners are satisfied with the most vivid performance, layout, and admin panel interface changes.

Why upgrade to Magento 2.2

Xumulus

August 23, 2017

Older versions of Magento allow you to employ third party extensions to integrate responsive themes into your online store. But with Magento 2.x, several responsive theme options come built into the software.

Magento makes it into the 2017 Magic Quadrant

Daniel Kozlowski

May 27, 2017

Magento makes an appearance in the 2017 Digital Commerce Gartner Magic Quadrant.  This is great news for them and some great validation by the industry that Magento is ready to take on the Enterprise of e-Commerce.  It’s come a long way from the first version I used for one of my business ventures almost nine years ago. The report is not without some critical views I will address later.

Performance fixes for Magento bundled product views

Magento

April 9, 2011

I have always had sort of a love/hate relation ship with Magento. Its overly complex web of controllers, models and blocks and then throw in a bunch of events, always seemed a bit over done. But there is that aspect of extensibility and flexibility that is extremely valuable.