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Commerce Bug 2 is Here!

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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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Appologies for the month of radio silence here on ye ‘olde personal tutorial website, but I’ve been hard at work finishing up a long delayed project. I’m finally done, and am proud to announce the immediate availability of Commerce Bug 2.

You can buy it here, read about it (including upgrade pricing) here, or view a demo here. Commerce Bug 2 can turn any average PHP developer into a competent Magento developer, and turn any competent Magento developer into a expert.

Take a look at the screencast covering Commerce Bug 2’s new features. Improved UI for searching, simplified configuration, reporting on events/observers, a full manual — I’d have included the kitchen sink, but international shipping rates on porcelain are murder.

If you’ve been following me here for a while you know the drill. My articles here, Magento Quickies, the Pulse Storm Launcher, and my relentless answering of questions on Stack Overflow take up a large portion of my workday. The revenue I bring in from Pulse Storm is what funds these adventures in software archeology. Without these extensions, my work here wouldn’t be possible. If you’ve never bought a product, please consider it. If you’re a Commerce Bug 1 user, please consider an upgrade to version 2.

Beyond helping me continue my Magento work, I genuinely believe these tools will make you better, more efficient, and (most importantly) happier in your work.

If you’re not convinced of Commerce Bug 2’s merits, stay tuned! We’ve got a slew of new Magento articles in store that feature Commerce Bug extensively.

Originally published November 12, 2012

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Originally Posted: 12th November 2012