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The Magento (1) shop software was offered in two versions. The free Magento Community Edition for tech-savvy retailers, and the paid Magento Enterprise Edition. Magento Community only offered the core framework. The free version was not offered with any warranty. However, shop operators could always fall back on the Magento user community for advice and support. Magento Enterprise, on the other hand, entailed a complete solution with expansion options and support. Magento (1) is no longer officially available since the release of Magento 2, and the Enterprise version can no longer be licensed.
The custom versions Market Ready Germany and Magento DE were developed specifically for Germany, as the original versions did not meet the legal requirements of the German market. Market Ready Germany is quite similar to Magento Community/Open Source, and Magento DE is comparable to the Enterprise/Commerce version.
From our blog:
How does internationalization work with Magento? 1
The technical implementation of internationalization in e-commerce: what is the best way to go about it? What options do the various shop and content management systems offer in terms of organizing multilingual content and products? And what are the potential pitfalls? Read more
How does internationalization work with Magento? 2
The second part of our article on Magento shop software deals with some of the problems that can occur when working with Magento and show how to work around some of these pitfalls. We will also talk about how well suited Magento can be for multilingual e-commerce projects. Read more