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How InnoraiseTM leverages Magento 2 to enable non-profits to drive scalable and flexible e-commerce

InnoraiseTM leverages Magento 2’s architecture to accelerate the adoption of digital commerce and uplift member experiences, unlocking new horizons for sustainable success and growth of non-profits. The primary frameworks and technologies employed by Magento 2 are outlined below.

The architecture of Magento 2 aims to achieve a comprehensive and flexible source code that can be effortlessly tailored to meet a project’s requirements. To accomplish this, every function and logic of the company is built as independent modules that can be easily adjusted to suit specific needs. This approach enhances the modularity and autonomy of Magento 2’s architecture, which in turn improves its overall flexibility and scalability.

A ViewModel (MVVM) architecture is available in Magento 2. This MVVM architecture provides a considerably more solid separation between the model and the visual layer, as the model view controller is closely related (MVC).

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Magento 2 is a popular open-source e-commerce platform that is written in PHP and uses various technologies and frameworks to support its architecture. Some of the key technologies and frameworks used in Magento 2 are:

  • PHP: Magento 2 is written in PHP, a popular server-side programming language that is widely used for web development.
  • Zend Framework: Magento 2 uses the Zend Framework, a collection of professional PHP packages that provide robust, scalable, and secure web application development.
  • MySQL: Magento 2 uses MySQL, a popular open-source relational database management system, as its database server.
  • HTML/CSS/JavaScript: Magento 2 uses a combination of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to create the application’s user interface.
  • jQuery: Magento 2 uses jQuery, a fast and feature-rich JavaScript library, for client-side scripting.
  • LESS: Magento 2 uses LESS, a dynamic stylesheet language, to generate CSS stylesheets.
  • js: Magento 2 uses Knockout.js, a powerful JavaScript library, for building dynamic user interfaces.
  • RequireJS: Magento 2 uses RequireJS, a JavaScript file and module loader, to manage dependencies and load JavaScript files.
  • Composer: Magento 2 uses Composer, a dependency management tool for PHP, to manage its dependencies and third-party libraries.

Overall, Innoraise harnesses the tech capabilities and digital prowess of Magento 2 to equip non-profits with a reliable, adaptable, and secure e-commerce platform that amplifies their impact, enabling them to soar fundraising goals, solicit donations and broaden their outreach.