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Commerce Bug 2.3.1 with Theme Inheritance

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Frustrated by Magento? Then you’ll love Commerce Bug, the must have debugging extension for anyone using Magento. Whether you’re just starting out or you’re a seasoned pro, Commerce Bug will save you and your team hours everyday. Grab a copy and start working with Magento instead of against it.

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In case you missed it in the waterfall of post Magento Imagine press releases, I’ve got a new version of Commerce Bug 2 available. Free for registered users — this update brings support for the theme inheritance features of Magento CE 1.9 and Magento EE 1.14. You can read more on the Pulse Storm press release blog. Actually, there’s not much more there — but if you want notices when I update an extension or other product, you should defiantly subscribe.

If you’re new to Magento or new to my work, Commerce Bug is my commercial Magento debugging extension. It provides programmers, developers, system administrators, and designers with the sort of diagnostic information they needed to work with unfamiliar Magento systems. It’s useful for newbies and old-hands alike. The developing Magento with Commerce Bug article series demonstrate how a developer can use Commerce Bug in their job day to day. If you’re being paid to do Magento work Commerce Bug will pay for itself it the first day of use.

I released Commerce Bug four years ago at the first volcano interrupted Magento Imagine. Since then I’ve been slowly but steadily updating it — adding new features and keeping up to date with Magento’s various version changes. Charging for the software lets me provide my users with top notch support. It also allows me the sort of career where I can do the deep research need to write the articles you see here, answer questions on Stack Exchange sites, and contribute other projects to the open source community. Without that income I couldn’t do what I do.

I try not to say it too often, but if you’ve gotten any value out of my Magento work over the past half-decade, I’d really appreciate it if you took a look at the products I sell and give one a try. Your support, as always, is appreciated.

Originally published June 4, 2014
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