12 August 2016


Understanding the Tech Stack of Magento 2

Magento is among the top e-commerce platforms around the world. It uses PHP language and many online shopping sites run on this platform. Magento ranks very highly among the other available platforms with a significant market share. It allows website developers to use a combination of programming languages and other software tools to create web based applications. These tools are usually referred to as the Tech Stack of the platform.

Magento 2 was released on November 17, 2015. It provides better ways to incorporate user engagement as well as produce smooth navigation in web based tools. The tool is designed to improve the experience of web visitors and turn most of them into sales.

Some of the best attributes of Magento 2 include a better code as well as great scalability options. It also has a much more improved tech stack that contains the MySQL RDMS (Relational Database Management System), PHP language and improved elements of Zend. All the important parts of the tech stack of Magento 2 are explained here.

Tech Stack of Magento 2

The tech stack of Magento 2 can be divided into assorted categories which are described below in brief detail.

Web Servers

The platform can use two servers to control the server side of the application. It can either use Apache or nginx.


The platform uses MySQL and its versions such as Percona for creating storage when using databases on applications.


Cache storage is also an essential element and allows the software applications to proceed with intermediate tasks and processes. The Magento 2 uses Redis and Memcache as its cache storage options.

Search Engines

The e-commerce platform also contains excellent search engines but they require the enterprise edition of the Magento. Solr and Elasticsearch software are also present for use with websites that are designed with this platform.

Additional Tech Elements

The tech stack of the web development platform contains many additional elements as well. These elements allow the development of powerful functions on websites as well as giving more power to the complete software suite employed for making applications. Some of these elements are as following:

  • HTML 5 is used for programming the basic elements of a website. They provide coded instructions that control the way that different aspects of the webpage work.
  • CSS3 is used for creating the style sheets that are employed in controlling the way that information appears on websites that are created using this fine platform.
  • jQuery is the primary mode of writing Java Scripts that appear in the form of Java Applets on the website.
  • The tools also include RequireJS which is a library that allows the execution of Java codes on web pages.
  • There are strong third party libraries such as different Zend frameworks and Symfony that allow for better customisation when using the Magento 2 platform.

These are some of the best elements of the tech stack of the wonderful platform. You can always contact FDC studio to ensure that you get a product that uses the best elements of Magento 2.

http://devdocs.magento.com/guides/v2.0/install-gde/system- requirements.html


http://svsg.co/how-to- choose-your- tech-stack/

Understanding the Tech Stack of  Magento 2


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