Changelog for (Magento 2) UB Instant Layered Navigation extension (version 1.0.5)
Latest update: Dec 11, 2018
- Testing for compatibility with Magento 2.2.7 and Magento 2.3.0
- Added: Allow to apply instant layered navigation on Magento 2 search pages
- Fix: Get wrong product’s data URLs when enabling the store code in the base URL
- Added: Allow to show products’ pricing with tax information.
- Compatibility testing with Magento 2.2.3, 2.2.4, 2.2.5, 2.2.6
- Improved: product’s image showing, handling the case that products have no images, specific placeholder images from back-end configuration will be loaded in the product listing in layered navigation.
We are excited to announce that UB One Step Checkout is now part of Magento 2 Extension Bundle.
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And what’s more, with this bundle you get a premium Magento 2 theme for free. Continue reading
Magento 2 employs backend caching at many levels within the system -- File System (default), Database, Redis and Varnish, which is used to store web pages to speed up the load processes and improve your Magento 2 site performance.
In this post, we are going to introduce a couple of handy CLI (Command Line Interface) commands -- one of the simplest methods to manage your Magento 2 cache. We will also make a short overview of Magento 2’s default cache backend solution -- file system; the difference between cache:flush vs. cache:clean.
Let’s roll in. Continue reading
We just pushed version 1.0.2 stable out for our [M2] UB One Step Checkout extension.
This new release adds the Delivery Date & Time functionality, House Security Code, enhanced Delivery Note to the core. Let’s dive in to learn in more details.
Let customers select preferred delivery date and time
With the new delivery date & time functionality in UB One Step Checkout ver 1.0.2, you -- as a Magento store owner -- can set allowable days for order and create multiple time ranges for delivery. For instance, your online grocery shops just do delivery on Monday to Friday, then you want your customers not to select the weekends which you can not deliver. Under this circumstance, you simply enables only the required delivery days and unselect the weekends.
Create multiple delivery slots for each day of the week
Building a frictionless checkout is a must, and is something that takes time and a lot of consideration. The Baymard Institute found that almost 28% of people abandon the checkout cart due to a long or complicated checkout process.
There has been a number of ways to reduce such shopping cart abandonment rate for your Magento store, and this has a huge amount to bear in mind depending on the checkout solution you choose.
UB One Step Checkout is a great alternative for native Magento 2 checkout that does the heavy lifting for you to prepare a clean and optimized one-step checkout solution.
Here are the top 7 simple features of UB One Step Checkout extension that can help to pump-up your checkout page, improved experience and less stress mean an increase in conversions. Let’s take a closer look at how this is being done. Continue reading
Aug 30, 2018 Update: UB One Step Checkout version 1.0.4 released. It now allows to change product variations of the configurable products in the mini cart at the checkout page, plus other incremental updates.
July 6, 2018 Update: UB One Step Checkout version 1.0.2 Stable has been released, enhanced with Delivery Date & Time functionality, House Security Code (optional) and fully compatible with Magento 2.2.5.
May 15, 2018 Update: GeoIP2 API integration is now available in UB One Step Checkout. It helps detect customer address automatically based on the IP address.
Today is an exciting day for me because I get to announce the release of a brand new Magento 2 one step checkout extension at Ubertheme -- UB One Step Checkout (beta), that we have been working on for quite some time.
The Magento 1 & 2 are great for a lot of things, but building an effective one step checkout page is not one of those things. It can be downright frustrating when working with six-step accordion checkout process in Magento 1.x. Getting maximum value from the reduced two-step flow in Magento 2 can be challenging as well.
Hence, we committed to building our new UB One Step Checkout. You will get a complete checkout solution that makes it easier than ever to build a one page checkout in Magento 2. The ultimate goal is to help you maximize successful checkout transactions.
So what to expect from the all new UB One Step Checkout? Here are some of the cool features that will be rolled out on the initial release.
Let’s jump in. Continue reading
April 27, 2018 Update:
UB One Step Checkout has just arrived! Also packed with GeoIP2 API integration which helps detect customer address automatically based on the IP address.
The extension is currently available for purchase and update in our Magento 2 extensions store.
Over the past 5 months we have been hard at work building an all new Magento 2 extension at Ubertheme.
Today we are introducing a sneak peek the UB One Step Checkout, a modern Magento 2 checkout extension that helps you place all checkout steps on one page with easier configuration.
With UB One Step Checkout, we set a new milestone in our goal to create powerful yet simple solution for buiding your Magento 2 stores. So what to expect from UB One Step Checkout in the coming weeks?
Give it a look.
Here is a glimpse at what we have been working on: Continue reading
Customer data is one of the most important elements -- especially when migrating from Magento 1 to Magento 2. What if the transfer doesn’t go smoothly? In eCommerce one of the worst scenarios is that the migrated customers may be unable to log in to the new Magento 2 instance.
Getting started with the customer data migration can be intimidating, but with a right migration tool, the process isn’t as hard as it seems. Fortunately, our UB Data Migration tool makes this very simple.
If you’re considering our migration tool, we have done the hard work for you and figured out how to automatically migrate customer logins and passwords to Magento 2 with ease. In this article, I’ll briefly go through the important change in the way Magento 2 store passwords, how to migrate only customer logins and passwords using UB Data Migration tool, and possible post-migration login issues as well. Continue reading
Nothing turns off a potential customer more than an overly complicated Magento checkout process.
Here’s what customer research shows: According to the Baymard Institute, roughly 70% of your customers do abandon their carts just before checkout. Now there could be various factors leading to that. It could be hidden shipping costs or the final price of your product, but here’s the catch: Recent research reveals that it’s really the tedious Magento checkout procedures that often discourage your customers from completing their purchase.
So the big question is, what can you do? Optimizing your Magento checkout is one thing you need to look at, but whether to use a single-page or a multi-page checkout is another important aspect you need to consider. Continue reading
Two days ago, Magento announced the latest release ver 2.2.2 with a few incredible new features.
Instant Purchase -- an Amazon-like one-click ordering -- is one of them. I’m going to share in more details about this feature below. If you’re looking for an effective way to eliminate cart abandonment, Instant Purchase is definitely a new enhancement you’re going to love.
There’s a good chance that you start planning for 2018, so we have been working hard on updates to make all our premium Magento 2 extensions fully compatible with Magento 2.2.2. Make sure you have all Magento 2 extensions you need (at a huge discount) to exceed your 2018 goals.
Instant Purchase: Amazon-like checkout experience
1-click checkout was a patent solution of Amazon way back in 1999. You might wonder why it was such a game changer? The answer is straightforward, it’s the simplest, fastest way to place an order. Most importantly, it allows customers to complete purchase with a single click using payment credentials and shipping information previously stored with Amazon. It means that when you click Buy now with 1-Click on any product page, it lets you skip the shopping cart and automatically creates an order for that product.
You see, the patent expired on Sept 12, 2017. This is an exciting news for ecommerce merchants everywhere, as it enables all merchants to use similar 1-click checkout technology without having to license it from Amazon.
Creatuity Brings One Touch Ordering to All Magento Merchants