In the summer of 2019, we have had an internal meeting about the planning for the upcoming 5 years of Wizkunde.
Inside this meeting we came to the conclusion that we're ready for growth and that we're ready to play a larger role in the projects our existing and new customers are running.
We had been growing steadily, becoming more and more an authority when it comes to identity management. And with that, it was time to up the ante.
If you're a Magento 2 integrator, you will know how hard it can be to keep your updates organized and constant.
Most of us would like to use composer installations instead of sending over updates back and forth.
Therefor the team at Wizkunde created a direct integration with Private Packagist. Give it a try, it's free!
It doesn't matter if you start a new webshop or if you're a veteran shop owner starting to sell multiple products on one page.
But what is the actual difference between a bundled and a grouped product?
We've created a very short explanation of the difference with a visual explanation.Categories: Magento 2
In this blog, we will explain what Single Sign-On is, how it works and what it can do for your company. Many marketleaders all over the world are using it to make the login procedures for their employees or customers just that little bit easier and increase the security and the ability to implement company policies on login functionality.Categories: Integrations
Magento Perfomance can be hard to tune. Its often a mix of many factors determining the consistent pageload time and resource usage on all of your pages. We have years of experience to share. There are many issues with Magento when it comes down to Performance. The key to Magento Performance for that matter is also not in one solution but to bring everything together.
Ever since Magento 2 was launched there has been a demand for creating useful bundle products. By default the bundled products arent very useful and have a very limited configurability and this post will show you what we did to change that.
Security is usually not open to the wide audience, simply because hackers or the people trying to fend them, are not profiting from a wider audience with knowledge about the trade. This blog will explain the inner workings of one aspect of security.
Lets say you're hosting servers for your customers and those customers have SSH access. Eventually that customer might lose/share its credentials and you end up with a potential security hazard. There are many possible hazards, but today we focus on that one available on Docker servers.Categories: Security