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The arrival of Magento 2 has left many storekeepers and developers considering the effect of this new codebase on the performance of the site and implementation of custom utility. The chief advantage of using Magento is it’s out of the box eCommerce solutions that let you customize the site according to your needs. Magento has developed since 2008 as an answer to the eCommerce solution controlling the majority of market share in eCommerce software. The latest version has made an entrance addressing a few problems with the present version of Magento.
The present version of the Magento Community is the free version without having a full page caching mechanism that does not work for the vast volume of transactions in a brief timeframe. Magento 2, has the most up to date 5.6 version of Mysql which allows improved query handling, caching and re-indexing (a procedure Magento uses to confirm product information), along with advanced inventory and URLs. The re-index system for Magento 2 is significantly more effective and will have less effect on the performance of the site. Magento 2 was made keeping performance in mind to offer its users the flexibility to work with other databases. For instance, Postgres, which a few developers prefer over Mysql.
Confusing Admin Interface
Although Magento 1 offers vigorous tools for a site holder to alter their site. Despite that numerous grievances were heard about the admin user interface. It has a confusing layout that does not work for mobile design. Magento 2 comprehends this and offers a responsive and easy to search format that gets you to where you need to go without consuming you with tons of alternatives to look over. The best part is unlike Magento 1 you are not constrained to tap 3-4 tabs to get a product built. Also, you can easily add pictures and videos to the brand page.
Customer User Interface Experience
Although Magento 1 allows one-page checkout, it includes 4-5 stages for a client to navigate through before reviewing and submitting their order. Magento 2 deals this through a 2 step checkout process, making it easy to view and navigate. Likewise, it is more adaptable in enabling visitors to sign in to their account and proceed with the checkout procedure.
Full Page Caching
The loading speed of the site has been a concern with the many users of Magento 1, clearly affecting the visitors’ stay on the site and influencing the sale conversion rates. Magento 1 Enterprise edition carried full-page caching permitting the quicker rendering of essential pages on your site. While Magento 2 takes care of this issue by merging it in Community. So that you can run streamlined pages loading faster for your clients.
Magento 2 is undoubtedly going to be a large podium for merchants and developers. With features like usability enhancements for Admin Panel, multi-warehouse support, new search capability, improved preview functionality, along with performance and scalability updates, Magento 2 stretches the boundaries to a faster development environment enabling its users to craft even better eCommerce sites.