For about half a year to one year, the community is buzzing on headless Magento. For newcomers, it is a little bit hard to grasp why this is needed. Or what it actually involves. And it seems different people decide on the concept for different reasons. Let's dive a little bit in the details of what and how.

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In the past few months, I have heard of more and more projects going live with Magento 2. However, not always the projects go live as they should. For instance, sometimes Magento 2 shops go live with the Developer Mode still being active. From a developer point of view, this is a big no-no. But as newcomer with Magento 2, this might be something you need to learn about. To make sure, Magento 2 shops are optimized before being put to production, here is a checklist to help you.

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More and more Magento 2 projects reach their final stage all across the world. And with that, the question what would be the ideal deployment procedure also pops up. During trainings I have been discussing the right steps over and over again. Even though I do not build shops itself, here's a writeup on what I think would be a proper deployment of Magento 2.

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Happy new year everyone! We hope you enjoyed the holidays and we hope you are looking forward to a great exciting 2017. May all your wishes come true and the force be with you. Cheesiness set aside, we honestly believe 2017 is going to be a great year. And we love to share some of our ideas for 2017 with you.

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Next week, Friday October 21st 2016, we are putting together a seminar focussed on Magento 2. With people being so enthousiastic about it, with a line-up of speakers that is simply awesome and with an organization that costs us so much energy (sigh), it is perhaps good to write up a balance of why this seminar is different than others: What makes the Magento 2 Seminar unique?

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In October 2015 Google announced AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages), used for making smaller web pages to be shown on mobile devices. Many pages are at this moment not optimized yet for mobile use, which results in downloading lots of data - something can and should be optimized. AMP offers a solution for this.

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