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Magento Community 1.7 and Enterprise 1.12 Release Features

May 14, 2012 · Leave a Comment
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Magento had announced the latest Magento releases: Magento Enterprise 1.12 and Community 1.7. The recent enhancements to powerful eCommerce offerings help merchants provide a more personalized shopping experience for their customers.

Benefits include easier order placement, mobile optimization and multiple wish lists. These enhancements give merchants greater potential to boost consumer engagement, increase conversions and transaction size, and foster brand loyalty.

All merchants, including those running B2B businesses, can take advantage of improved customer segmentation and ordering capabilities. While those operating in Europe can use our new features to stay compliant with EU regulations.

Of course, latest releases have lots in store for developers too, including a new API, and backup and rollback systems.

Read on to learn about the key features in our new releases and how they can benefit you.

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Mobile HTML5

Quickly and easily create a storefront optimized for mobile devices so customers can shop even when they’re on the go. This mobile interface uses HTML5 technology and supports iPhone, Android and Mobile Opera browsers. It includes out-of-the-box features such as:

  • Device-specific media capabilities for audio and video
  • User-friendly search and results display
  • Clean display of product detail pages
  • Pinch, multi-touch and scaling images
  • Easy swipe between product images
  • Zoom capabilities
  • Cross-sell and up-sell capabilities
  • Drag-and-drop of products to the shopping cart
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Visitor Segmentation

Tap into a whole new customer segment – unknown site visitors. Whether they’re new visitors or returning customers who have not logged in, you’ll now be able to identify and target them with special promotions to convert browsers into buyers.

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Expanded Rule-based Product Relations

Our rule-based product-relations functionality allows merchants to target specific customer segments with product recommendations. Pinpoint specific customers with up-sells, cross-sells and related products to create a more relevant shopping experience.

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Auto-generation of Coupon Codes

Generate a set of unique coupon codes for each promotion you run and export the list of codes for offline distribution, email, newsletters and more. Easily manage and monitor coupon usage and generate detailed reports.

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Multiple Wish Lists

Customers can save products to multiple wish lists and copy or move items from list to list. They can make their wish lists public so they’re searchable by anyone. And merchants can review them to learn about their customers’ wants and needs.

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Layered Navigation Pricing Enhancement

We’ve introduced a new set of algorithms for price-layered navigation that provides much greater flexibility. Now you can display a range of prices that is based on having a similar number of products within each range, giving you better control of your customers’ search results, and helping your customers find what they’re looking for faster.

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Customer Group Pricing

One price doesn’t always fit all. This tool allows you to create different price points for different customer groups, such as wholesalers and retailers. You can determine both base price and tiered price levels.

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Add to Cart by SKU




Streamline the ordering process, especially for B2B customers, by enabling them to enter a list of SKUs without having to go into product pages. This simplifies large orders, recurring orders and ordering based on offline catalogs.

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REST APIs Support

The new Magento REST API uses three-legged OAuth 1.0a protocol to allow applications to safely access Magento services. What this means for you? You can manage customers, customer addresses, sales orders, inventories and products using HTTP verbs (GET, POST, PUT, DELETE). Data requests and responses can be in XML or JSON format.

This initial version of the REST API supports the following functions:

  • Create/Retrieve/Update/Delete a simple product
  • Retrieve a list of orders and specific order information
  • Update/Retrieve catalog inventory
  • Create/Retrieve/Update/Delete complete customer information
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European Union VAT-ID Validation

This feature facilitates the tax collection process for online businesses in the EU and greatly simplifies international B2B transactions by automatically applying the correct tax rules. Taxes can be calculated and charged according to VAT customer groups, based on customer shipping or billing addresses and VAT IDs.

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EU Cookie Restriction

Our response to the recent EU Privacy and Electronic Communications Directive? A new cookie notification feature that simplifies the compliance process. Once enabled, a message at the top of the storefront informs site visitors about the cookie policy and prompts them to accept or decline.

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CMS Page Hierarchy Enhancements

Managing your CMS hierarchy tree just got easier. Now you can add CMS pages to the navigation menu without custom development. You can also create, copy or delete different CMS hierarchy trees for each website and store view individually or en masse..

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Backup and Rollback

Manage and schedule a variety of backup operations with the option to rollback the changes to reverse any modifications. This feature is particularly useful when testing new modules or customizations, or when upgrading to a new version of Magento. You can review specific customizations and their impact on the new code. (We do not recommend using this feature in your production environment.)

Three types of backup are supported:

  • System Backup
  • Database Backup
  • Database and Media Backup
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Payment Bridge 1.1 Updates

Magento Secure Payment Bridge, our PA-DSS certified payment application, adds multiple new payment methods. In addition to our existing supported gateways – PayPal, Authorize.net and Payflow Pro – we are introducing support for the following new gateways:

  • Psi Gate
  • RBS Worldpay
  • Database and Media Backup
  • Braintree
  • First Data
  • Card Gate Plus
  • DIBS
  • eWay Direct
  • Ogone Directlink
  • Paybox
  • Payone
  • Sage Pay
  • CCAvenue

Supported by services provided by Braintree or Authorize.net, customers can also securely save their credit card information for future transactions in a “My Credit Cards” section in “My Account.” And with support from Kount, you can integrate fraud-screening services with your payment methods (requires separate agreement with Kount).

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CAPTCHA

Now you can enable CAPTCHA functionality on your site to help prevent automated software from attempting fake logins. This auto-generated test ensures that the login is being attempted by a person and can be enabled in both the admin and customer login areas.

Magento Acquire by eBay

June 7, 2011 · Leave a Comment
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eBay Agrees to Acquire Magento

The past several years have been an amazing journey for Magento, as we’ve grown from a new open source platform into an eCommerce leader. Along the way, we’ve built not only a platform, but a company and a worldwide community. Together, we’ve identified opportunities, taken risks, innovated, struggled, succeeded, and changed the face of eCommerce. Today marks a milestone on this journey as we announce the most exciting news in our company’s history.

Magento has reached an agreement to be acquired by eBay Inc. We believe this move will open incredible opportunities for the entire Magento ecosystem.

The Big Picture

Why is this acquisition so exciting for all of us? eBay is evolving to become a strategic commerce partner focused on delivering new ways for merchants of all sizes to drive innovation. As a centerpiece of this strategy, they are building a global, open commerce platform that leverages the worldwide developer community. And Magento will be at the core of this new, open commerce platform, called “X.Commerce.”

Magento & eBay

As many of you know, Magento has had a relationship with eBay for some time. In March 2010, eBay became our first outside investor. Over the past year, eBay has gotten to know our platform, our culture, and our community. They have experienced the passion of the Magento ecosystem, and they are eager to harness the power of this ecosystem to create the next generation of eCommerce innovation.

Magento Forward: The Details

How will this acquisition impact our organization, customers and partners? It’s too soon to know all the details, but there are a few things we know. Magento will continue to operate out of LA, with Yoav Kutner and me as its leaders following the closing. We’ll continue building our team and our enhancing our product line, including the Magento Community, Enterprise, and Mobile Editions, as well as Magento Go and the Magento Go Platform. And we’ll continue strengthening our training, education, packaged consulting services and support efforts around the world.

Through it all, we’ll be collaborating with our colleagues at eBay on developing the X.Commerce platform and defining the next generation of eCommerce innovation.

Yoav and I recorded a short video message for the community – you can find it on our blog, along with FAQs about the pending acquisition.

Creating The Future Together

To all the members the Magento family: we thank you for all the passion, expertise and hard work that you’ve invested in Magento. Thanks to you, Magento finds itself exactly where we’ve always aimed to be: at the core of eCommerce. We are thrilled to become part of a larger organization that recognizes – as we always have – that the future of eCommerce is global, innovative and open. We look forward to creating that future with all of you.

Warm Regards,

Roy Rubin
Co-Founder and CEO, Magento
roy@magento.com

Magento Go: Their Progress and Mission

May 11, 2011 · 1 Comment
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Magento Go

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Magento Go is really going places

Magento Go is really going places

At Magento, we’re always looking towards the future of eCommerce. We’re constantly moving forward so quickly that we need to periodically pause and reflect on where we are today and remind ourselves just how much we owe our success to our customers, partners, community and the entire Magento ecosystem. With a few months under our belt since the launch of Magento Go, we thought this was the perfect time to look back on the unbelievable achievements you have realized thus far.

While Magento Go is still very young, the results thus far have been astounding. Tens of thousands of you have visited the site to explore, set up trials and sign-on to Go to build stores of your own. We’re seeing some very cool and innovative stores, and we’re planning to begin showcasing them in the near future.

We are committed to doing everything we can to satisfy our customers, and have been listening closely to your comments. Through your much appreciated feedback, the product itself is getting better every day and we intend to do everything we can to ensure your ongoing success. We’re continuously investing in Magento Go and quickly rolling out updates and new features. Here are just a few of our latest updates and additions to Magento Go:

Latest updates on Magento Go:

Latest updates on Magento Go:

Store Design – Themes and Design Services

Many merchants have asked for help with Magento Go store design. We took your comments into consideration and have developed two new solutions to make it even easier to customize your Magento Go store. First, we are actively adding many new store themes into Magento Go so you will have a variety of options to choose from when setting up your stores. In addition, we’ve signed up some incredibly talented design partners who can help you create a custom look and feel for your Magento Go store. A preliminary list of partners is now featured on the site.

Payment Gateways

One of the most frequent requests we receive from merchants is to expand our portfolio of supported payment methods and gateways. This week we will announce the availability of SagePay for Magento Go. SAGE PAY is the UK’s largest independent payment service provider, processing millions of secure payments every month for over 33,000 businesses, from start-ups through to major online, consumer, and business brands.

Magento Go Platform

Soon we will be launching the Magento Go Platform which will allow developers to build, host and deploy custom applications for Magento Go. With the launch of this platform, you’ll be able to easily integrate a variety of apps including feature enhancements, marketing, analytic and accounting apps (among many others) from our partners and developers into your stores directly. Last week the Magento Go Platform entered beta and it has received amazing feedback from our beta testers.

We’ve come a long way since the initial launch just a few weeks ago, but we can’t wait to see just how far you can take Magento Go. We want to extend a very special thank you for your continued support and ask you to stay tuned for more to come! We couldn’t be more excited!

Become a Magento Contributor

February 16, 2011 · Leave a Comment
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Greetings Magento Community,

Do you develop on Magento? Do you want to contribute to Magento’s core?  Do you like collaborating with others on new features and enhancements? Then you should sign up to be a Magento Contributor.

Since our Imagine Conference, I’ve been getting many requests for information on how we can make this happen. We get requests in every day. Today alone, I am working on requests for over 10 developers who are interested in contributing, and you can too!

What does this mean to you?

When you become a Magento Contributor, we’ll provide you with access to our SVN repository where you can commit changes, and access to our ticketing system if you’d like to provide a patch. Our core team looks at these changes, prioritizes the contributions, and and makes implementations based on those suggestions.

How Do I Get Started?

Just send an email to Magento Contributors. As I receive these requests, I’ll respond with our basic guidelines. Click the link to fill out and sign the Magento Contributor Agreement and send it back to us. I’ll request access, and notify you with your access credentials. That’s all there is to it.

We’re very excited to kick-start this program and are looking forward to seeing what great contributions are going to be made to our fabulous products. We love the idea of collaborating with you, to make Magento a better and stronger product. Our community is what makes Magento so great!

As always, if you have any questions, feel free to email me directly.

Magento Announces Apple iPad and Android Support for Magento Mobile

February 16, 2011 · Leave a Comment
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Branded Native Storefront Applications on iPhone, iPad and Android

Last May Magento announced Magento Mobile for iPhone, a powerful application that enables merchants to create unique, branded experiences for their customers on their iPhones.  In that time companies such as The North Face and Easton Bell Sports have built custom-designed mobile experiences that extend the power of their Magento stores to the iPhone.

Now Magento is expanding Magento Mobile to the iPad and Android platforms.  Like the iPhone version, Magento Mobile for iPad and Android enable merchants to create branded, native storefront applications that are deeply integrated with Magento’s market-leading eCommerce platform.  Now merchants can provide the best shopping experience possible to customers based on the device they are using.  And of course, Magento provides an industry-leading mobile web shopping experience for any customer that does not have your native application installed.

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Product Features & Benefits

  • Seamless Storefront Integration
    With the new Magento-mobile admin, you’ll bring the functional powerhouse of Magento eCommerce to your mobile commerce channel, including full integration with your store’s catalog, checkout, inventory, reporting, and much more!
  • Manage Multiple Devices
    Easily manage multiple devices with a single installation. Coming later this year, easily extend your mobile presence to the iPad and Android devices.
  • Hassle Free Submissions
    Supporting a native app can be time consuming and tedious, so we manage the submission & support lifecycle for one low monthly fee. We manage the complexity of mobile apps so you can focus on running your business!
  • Fully Customizable
    Deploy new device-specific features and branded themes with just a few clicks. Quickly update the colors and appearance of your app with the new Magento mobile admin, even after customers have downloaded your app.
  • Engage Your Customers
    If you want to build deeper relationships with your most profitable customers, smartphones are the way to do it. From geo-targeted push notifications to immersive native experiences, mobile apps unlock new opportunities that will take your business to the next level!
  • Low Cost of Ownership
    Magento’s cost-efficient approach allows you to bring best-in-class mobile experience to your customers without the high price tag. Pay only for the features and devices you want while Magento handles the ongoing maintenance of your app in the iTunes marketplace.

Pricing

Magento Mobile is available immediately for a one-time fee of $799 and a monthly fee $69 per platform.  Learn more at www.magento.com/product/mobile.

Magento Preview Version CE 1.5.0.0-beta2 – Now Available!

January 23, 2011 · Leave a Comment
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We are happy to announce the availability of Magento Preview Version CE 1.5.0.0-beta2 for download.
This release is a preview version. It is likely unstable and NOT recommended to be used in any production environment (for more information about preview releases and the new community edition release process can be found in this blog post). This release is NOT available for upgrade through Magento Connect Manager unless upgrading directly from versions CE 1.4.2.0-rc1,beta1, CE 1.5.0.0-alpha1, CE 1.5.0.0-alpha2 or CE 1.5.0.0-beta1, The release is available on our download page and via SVN.

Some of the key new features in this release include:

§ Improved Import/Export functionality for Products and Customers

§ Ability to add and manage composite products when creating or editing orders from the admin

§ Alternative media storage using either the file system or the database

§ PayFlowLink HSS integration

§ Upgraded Zend Framework to 1.11.1

§ Enhancements to the core API including exposing shopping cart API

§ And much more…
To see a full list of features and fixed issues please visit our release notes page. Diff files are available here.
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Please report all issues with this release in the bug tracker.

Download here http://www.magentocommerce.com/download

Magento Mobile: World’s First Integrated, Native Mobile Commerce Platform get it

The Magento team is pleased to announce the launch of Magento mobile, a new product that will allow Magento merchants to easily create branded, native mobile storefront applications that are deeply integrated with Magento’s market-leading eCommerce platform. The product includes a new administrative manager, a native iPhone app that is fully customizable, and a service where Magento manages the submission and maintenance process for the iTunes App Store.

Learn more by visiting the Magento mobile product page and sign-up to be the first to launch a native mobile app, fully integrated with Magento.

Magento: Announcing the Launch of Magento Mobile

May 28, 2010 · 10 Comments
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The Magento team is pleased to announce the launch of Magento mobile, a new product that will allow Magento merchants to easily create branded, native storefront applications that are deeply integrated with Magento’s market-leading eCommerce platform.  The product includes a new administrative manager (which we wrote about earlier this week), a native iPhone app that is fully customizable (colors, images, buttons, etc), and a service where Magento manages the submission and maintenance process for the iTunes App Store.

The Mobile Opportunity

We’re witnessing a large shift online, where consumers are becoming more comfortable with using mobile devices to access the internet and purchase products.  What we’re also seeing is that native apps are becoming the preferred way that consumers engage with brands and mobile storefronts.  This makes sense since mobile-browser apps (WAPs) are often very slow and don’t offer the rich, compelling experiences that native apps do.  What is also interesting is that Amazon and eBay have the largest share of total mobile-commerce revenues, and their native apps are just mobile versions of their web stores, with perhaps a couple native features sprinkled in.  How effective is this approach?  In 2009, eBay drove $500M in mobile revenues.  In 2010, they project $1.5B.  The era of mobile commerce has begun!

The Mobile Challenge for Merchants

As big an opportunity as mobile is, merchant have difficulty moving forward for several reasons.  First, creating tightly-integrated mobile + website experiences requires a tremendous amount of development, especially when you bring multiple mobile devices into the equation.  Second, there is the cost to develop the native applications (and even find the resources), as well as the time and money to submit and support this application in the iTunes marketplace (and/or other marketplaces).  If we estimate the costs of each of these items, the prices become so high that it is no wonder why so many brands are not yet taking advantage of this opportunity.  We’re glad to announce that there is now another way.

Introducing Magento Mobile

Magento mobile includes:
1. A new admin manager, which will be distributed as an extension that is available for Community edition 1.3+, Enterprise 1.6+, and Professional 1.8+.
2. A fully-customizable iPhone application, which includes several best of breed features that users will love
3. A submission process that Magento manages for a store owner so that they can focus on their core business while we manage the complexity in the background for a low annual fee.

Launch Partner:  The North Face (Europe)

The North Face, will be launching the very first iPhone app “shop” powered by Magento mobile.  The app will be available in early June in Sweden & the UK only.  Here is a quick demo of the app while we were in Paris for the annualBargento event.

Launch Partner:  PayPal Mobile

PayPal is investing heavily in mobile-payments technology, and we’re pleased to announce that we’ve worked closely with PayPal to integrate their new product into Magento mobile.  Merchants who already use PayPal will benefit by offering a native payment experience that drives higher conversations.

Product Features & Benefits

Seamless Storefront Integration
With the new Magento-mobile admin, you’ll bring the functional powerhouse of Magento eCommerce to your mobile commerce channel, including full integration with your store’s catalog, checkout, inventory, reporting, and much more!

Manage Multiple Devices
Easily manage multiple devices with a single installation. Coming later this year, easily extend your mobile presence to the iPad and Android devices.

Hassle Free Submissions
Supporting a native app can be time consuming and tedious, so we manage the submission & support lifecycle for one low monthly fee. We manage the complexity of mobile apps so you can focus on running your business!

Fully Customizable
Deploy new device-specific features and branded themes with just a few clicks. Quickly update the colors and appearance of your app with the new Magento mobile admin, even after customers have downloaded your app.

Engage Your Customers
If you want to build deeper relationships with your most profitable customers, smartphones are the way to do it. From geo-targeted push notifications to immersive native experiences, mobile apps unlock new opportunities that will take your business to the next level!

Low Cost of Ownership
Magento’s cost-efficient approach allows you to bring best-in-class mobile experience to your customers without the high price tag. Pay only for the features and devices you want while Magento handles the ongoing maintenance of your app in the iTunes marketplace.

Sign up and Pricing

There are limited number of spots available for the first release of this product, and anyone interested in joining the priority list can now sign up on the official Magento-mobile product page.  Pricing at this time will only be shared with those who are selected for the limited release, and we will announce the full price list to the community shortly.

What’s Next?

Moving forward, we plan to build a marketplace of extensions for each mobile device (e.g. digital coupons, augmented reality, etc.) using our successful eCommerce extension marketplace, Magneto Connect, which essentially makes this product the world’s first ever mobile-commerce platform!  We also plan to launch new apps for the iPad and Android devices later this year.

Magento Introduces A New Magento Mobile Admin

May 27, 2010 · Leave a Comment
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Mobile is the next frontier for commerce.  We expect our new mCommerce product to bring the same level of scale and innovation to mobile as our eCommerce platform did for the web.” – Roy Rubin, CEO of Magento

Hello from Amsterdam!  As I write this post, I’ve just returned from the Meet Magento event here in the Netherlands, and getting ready for our next two community events in Paris and Leipzig.  There have been quite a few questions about the new mobile product that we’ll be announcing this Friday, and perhaps the best way to explain it would be to give you a quick tour of what we’ve been working on these last few months.  But first, some background…

The Rise of Native-Mobile Applications

To set the stage for what you’re about to see, it is important to share our observations on the two ways that users interact with storefronts on mobile devices:  mobile web (browser) apps and native mobile apps.  The first is nothing new to Magento.  When we launched our first iPhone-optimized theme back in 2008, we learned that while optimizing your online store for mobile browsers is important, consumers are engaging even more deeply with native mobile applications.  Retailers are responding to this fast-growing trend by building custom, native applications for the iPhone, the iPad, Android, etc.  Even more interesting are native apps that offer an integrated commerce experience with the web channel, the most notable being eBay, which drove $500M in mobile-channel sales last year and is projecting $1.5B this year.

But as we looked into this trend, and saw the rising demand for native applications, we found that they are becoming very costly to build, and increasingly complicated to manage and scale.  This difficultly only grows when we take into account the next logical step, which is to build fully-integrated experiences that allow consumers, for example, to begin a purchase on the web and later complete it on a mobile device.  There had to be a better way.

Introducing the Magento mobile admin

To help our merchants respond to these opportunities & challenges, we built a product that you’ll soon be able to use for Enterprise Edition 1.6+, Professional Edition 1.8+, and Community Edition 1.3+. It includes the ability to bring your store catalog into fully-featured commerce apps, beginning with the iPhone.  The theme of the app, including background images and button colors, can be customized to match your brand.  The apps will also be fully integrated with your existing eCommerce and merchandizing tools, allowing you to deploy cross-channel shopping experiences across multiple devices quickly and easily.

Here is an early wireframe of our product from a few months ago…

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…and here is what the finished version looks like.  Notice the ability to add/edit templates, features, and themes.

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Even after customers download your app, you’ll be able to continually update the visual appearance of buttons, text, etc.

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Transforming Apps into Mobile-Commerce Platforms

In addition to managing the visual appearance, you’ll also be able to decide which features to make available to your users.  And coming soon, merchants will be able to extend their mobile-commerce feature sets in the way they do with their eCommerce offerings.  Through Magento Connect, store owners will be able to easily install and deploy new features for mobile device such as private sales, digital coupons, line-skipping programs for mobile + in-store purchases, augmented reality.  The possibilities will only continue to evolve as the amount of eligible devices increases.  This approach essentially turns each mobile app that is managed through this tool into its own open platform, which we hope will lead to a tremendous amount of new innovation at the intersection of commerce and mobile.

Of course, deploying new functionality to native apps such as the iPhone requires a resubmission of the code to the app store and ongoing management to ensure the application is stable and in compliance.  To make this process easier, Magento will manage this process for merchants at a low fee.  All you need to do is configure your mobile app and we take care of the rest, including security patches, stability upgrades, bug fixes, etc.  How great is that!

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Magento Save Admin Session for long time- Magento Tips

April 11, 2010 · Leave a Comment
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Many its a big issue, the Magento takes us to login screen after 20minutes. so when customers are working on any CMS pages or Email templates, it will not save the data, and simply go to login page when we click on save.

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Here is the best solution for you Comment the following line and replace with the below line files, this way the session exists for a longer time.

Goto /app/etc/local.xml and replace the below line.

<!– <session_save><![CDATA[db]]></session_save> –>

<session_save><![CDATA[files]]></session_save>

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