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Magento eCommerce was released on March 31, 2008, by Varien and developed on Zend Framework, it's a feature-rich ecommerce platform that provides merchants with unprecedented flexibility and control over the look, content and functionality of their store.

Magento is a platform with built-in PHP, which helps programmers create eCommerce websites.

Up to this time, there are hundreds of thousands of businesses using this open-source to start their online store including big ones like Nike, Samsung, etc.

In 2018, Adobe acquired Magento with a price of $1.68 billion to complete their commerce loop. This acquisition will also help Magento develop in the enterprise market.

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I have been building Magento website since 2009, focusing on bespoke ecommerce website development for clients who require custom solutions to sell their products.

Why Use Magento?

For businesses and individuals who want to develop a long-term professional eCommerce site, you should think of Magento as a priority. Magento is the best open-source to build an online store. But the vital thing is it’s very professional and totally free.

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Magento is a feature-rich ecommerce platform built on open-source technology that provides online merchants with unprecedented flexibility and control over the look, content and functionality of their ecommerce store.

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