Congrats to Samuel Hubbard Shoes on a successful Magento 2 migration

Magento 2, the second version of the Magento ecommerce platform, was launched in 2015 with brand new architecture, code structure and database design. The new platform was built to offer better security, faster speeds, and more robust features for ecommerce websites. Since the release, Magento has been encouraging ecommerce store owners on the Magento 1…

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Hashing it out with

Very soon, our friends at will be ending support for MD5 based hashes used during transaction verification. In its’ place will be SHA-512 based hashes using a Signature Key. The EOL will be in two phases: Phase 1, early February, will remove the ability to configure or update MD5 Hash settings in the Merchant…

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Magento Maintenance Services; getting caught by the safety net

Yesterday deployed an unannounced change to their API. This change caused the native integration within Magento 1 to throw exception errors during order creation. Transactions were processed, without returning a success message. Customer service agents became inundated with questions and concerns that trickled back to us. When our clients spoke with, their…

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2018 Black Friday Weekend: Celebrating Excellence in Commerce

Celebrating our clients’ success is one of our favorite things to do at Vonnda. Their success is our success and the partnership we have created with our clients is a testament to just that. Today we are celebrating another successful Black Friday and Cyber Monday weekend. A few of our clients had nearly $2,500,000.00 in…

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How to performance/load test Magento with Load Impact

Load Impact has provided us with the easiest and most accurate performance testing for clients running on Magento hands down. Load testing can be a daunting task for any developer, so with this article, we hope to help. When looking for resources on how to accomplish load testing Magento we were overwhelmed by the variety…

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When’s the right time to move from Magento 1 to Magento 2?

Last week, Magento announced in a blog post that it would continue to support Magento 1 customers “for the foreseeable future” and it concluded by saying, “Lastly, we are committing to a minimum 18-month notice before we make any changes to our support levels.” At first glance, this sounds great. Because up until now, Magento…

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