How to Start an Online Store

By November 3, 2015 Blog, News No Comments

Every merchant entering eCommerce business asks the same question – how to open an online store. The task should be performed maximally fast, professionally and cost-effective. Starting online store can be compared to cooking a dinner. You have 3 ways to achieve the goal: Do it yourself At first, you…

Magento 2 Backend Guide

By September 10, 2015 Blog, News No Comments

Now, with Magento 2 General Availability release approaching, and a few selected merchants and partners test-driving the new platform in Merchant Beta, we are sure many of the existent Magento 1 users start looking closer at the migration. While the dev community is enthusiastic about the new capabilities, features and…

Just Like You IMAGINEd

The Imagine 2015 conference ended just recently, and the dust hasn’t quite cleared yet. There were many news and opportunities, and the community is still busy reviewing the results and trying to identify the course the events will further take. Certainly, the most anticipated announcements and discussions did take place….

Meet You in Las Vegas!

Las Vegas… The world-renowned recreation and entertainment center. Once a year, however, this city becomes the center for web industry, where the future of eCommerce is decided upon. All this is thanks to the Imagine conference held by eBay Enterprise. For full 3 days, April, 20th through April, 22nd, 2015,…

New Site is Ready

By February 25, 2015 Blog, News No Comments

Our renewed site is finally finished. It’s been redesigned and restructured. Hope you all like it. Also check out our store. It has really cool Magento extensions.

Let’s Keep Improving

By December 19, 2014 Blog, News No Comments

We are happy to share such a great news with you! Our partners LiveArt company that specializes in online product design software can be easily accessible from our service! Either you are interested in your current store improvement or looking for an option to build a new successful business this…

Peexl Has Moved to Seattle

By September 30, 2014 News No Comments

  We are excited to announce that Peexl has moved to a new location. Great city, beautiful office, awesome team and wonderful and loyal customers. This is big step forward for us and will help us to ensure that we continue to offer valued products and services to our customers….

Mobile Apps Made Easy Thanks to Kleverbeast

By March 8, 2013 News No Comments

Developing a good mobile app takes a lot of work. While Apple has tried to make the experience of developing for iOS as smooth as possible, learning XCode and figuring out how to take control of your “face” on the App Store is not a simple undertaking, especially if you…

CMS and eCommerce Trend Predictions for 2013

By February 20, 2013 News No Comments

The popularity of free and open source CMS software and ecommerce applications has risen rapidly over the last year or so. Magento, PrestaShop and OpenCart have all performed well over the last 12 months, and the future looks bright for 2013 as well. More and more website owners are looking…

Hijacked CMS Systems Spread “Scareware”

By February 1, 2013 News No Comments

The SANS Internet Storm Center has issued a warning stating that numerous open source CMS systems, including WordPress and Joomla sites, have been compromised and hijacked in order to spread malicious applications known as “scareware”. Scareware is a relatively new term used to describe software which tricks users into believing…

Joomla! Reaches 36 Million Downloads

By January 16, 2013 News No Comments

Popular open source CMS, Joomla, has just reached a staggering 36 million downloads. This news should inspire web development companies working on other platforms. The popularity of the CMS has not gone un-noticed. The system is set to make an appearance in the graduate-level content management course offered by the…

WordPress Taking Payment in Bitcoins

By January 11, 2013 News No Comments

WordPress has just announced that it will now accept bitcoins, the online distributed currency, as a form of payment for services on the blogging platform. WordPress is a free and open source blogging platform, but Automattic, the company of web develops and web programmers, offers paid-for features including hosted versions…

Magento Live Conference Update

By December 31, 2012 News 1 Comment

MagentoLive took place last week in London, England. The conference offered web developers and entrepreneurs a chance to learn about the platform, and also find out where the company is heading and what their plans are for the next couple of years. Magento is an eCommerce solutions provider. They attracted…

Joomla Makes Way for Mobile

By November 30, 2012 News No Comments

Joomla 3.0 was released at the end of last month. The release marks a major milestone for the popular content management system, which recently celebrated its seventh anniversary. Not only did the release add several new features and enhancements to the CMS in general, it also positioned Joomla in a…

Test Joomla 3.0 Beta Today!

By November 16, 2012 News No Comments

Joomla 3.0 is due out in a few days, but you, as a web developer, don’t have to wait to check it out. If you’re a big fan of Joomla, a developer, or an advanced user, then you can download Joomla 3.0 Beta version today. The beta version boasts several…

Joomla! Day Comes to New York City

By November 12, 2012 News No Comments

Few weeks ago, Microsoft held Joomla! Day 2012 in New York City. The even saw hundreds of people from the international Joomla community converge on New York City to check out a preview of Joomla 3.0. Paul Orwig, the president of Open Source matters, was present to give a keynote…

WordPress for Android Boasts New Stats

By November 11, 2012 News No Comments

While Magento developers are focusing on the Magento Extensions, WordPress got a nice update earlier this week, in the form of WordPress for Android 2.2, an updated version of the mobile application that allows blog owners to manage their sites on the go. The new version of the app includes…

WordPress Considering Ditching Blog Rolls

By October 25, 2012 News No Comments

WordPress is said to be considering removing blogrolls from the newest version of their blogging platform. The proposal is that as of WordPress 3.5, blogrolls will be a plugin, rather than a basic feature. So, if a blogger wants to include links, for example in the sidebar, they will have…