There are numerous language packs available for Magento 2 and a lot of them are community-driven. Magento itself offers its own CrowdIn account for volunteers to contribute. However, each country needs to determine who manages which translation in which manner. In the Netherlands, we are proposing a community-based translation via Dutchento. And we are organizing 2 events to give this a kickstart.

Read more: Managing languages in Magento 2

Once in a while we would like to remind everyone of some of our (great) extensions and what these extensions can do for you and your website(s). Because that’s why we write these extensions, to get the best out of your website. Here is a first selection of some of our little gems you can use in (or for) your Joomla website.

Read more: Little Joomla gems of Yireo

We have given this a real long thought and hate to say this: We stop with Joomla. While we have enjoyed 10 years of Joomla together, we are feeling the urge to make this business decision. With this blog, we will share you some of our insights (and critical notes) on why we are making this drastic change. [Note this is an April Fools joke, it's not real]

Read more: Yireo stops with Joomla...... not

PHP 7 was released end of last year, and since it speeds up PHP execution so much, we can only recommend people to migrate their sites to PHP 7. With Magento 2, PHP 7 is supported out of the box. With Magento 1, this is more cumbersome. Let's summarize some of the aspects.

Read more: Running Magento on PHP 7

With Yireo, we build a lot of extensions on top of Magento and Joomla, and naturally all are written with PHP. But the PHP code we write now is not the same as the code of last year: Our coding improves and the code itself evolves. You can make that happen for yourself as well. Here are some ins and outs.

Read more: Do more with PHP!