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Magento CMS is one of the robust ecommerce cms platforms. It's flexible and scalable to the extent that it has become the top choice for custom ecommerce websites.

Magento CMS

is an open-source CMS, which makes use of MySQL and Zend PHP. Some of the top e-tailers are using magento as their choice of ecommerce platform. Magento, with its useful features and clear UIs, gives the end users superb experience. There are multiple plugin modules available, which can be added and removed at will. On the backend, magento is powered by one of the most comprehensive administration system. Order management, user database, product catalogue, end appearance are some of the key backend modules. Magento CMS is search engine friendly and indexing becomes very easy, thus it gives more visitors back to the ecommerce website.
PROVAB TECHNOSOFT is a leading magento development company. We install magento cms, update the custom theme to match business requirements and do the end to end customizations to meet up the project objectives. We also provide the dedicated magento developers at offshore to develop and maintain the project for the long term.
We provide following services under magento ecommerce development –
  • Magento CMS Integration
  • Magento Theme Setup
  • Template Customization
  • Custom Extensions Development
  • Multi-Store Development
  • Legacy Migration
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Google Cloud Messaging (GCM) is a free service for sending messages to Android devices. GCM messaging can greatly enhance the user experience. GCM can support up to 1,000 recipients for a single message. This capability makes it much easier to send out important messages to your entire user base. Often, GCM messages are meant to be a tickle, or indication to the device that there's fresh data waiting on a server somewhere. However, a GCM message can be up to 4kb in size, so sometimes it makes sense to simply send the data within the GCM message itself, so that the device doesn't need to contact the server at all.

When using GCM as an indicator to the device that data needs to be downloaded from the server, remember you have 4kb of metadata you can send along to help your application be smart about it.
Depending on the layout that your application is currently showing, the UI flow may be different. For example, if your application is in the dual-pane mode, clicking on an item on the left pane will simply display the content on the right pane; if it is in single-pane mode, the content should be displayed on its own.

Some actions may have a different result depending on the current layout. For example, in the News Reader sample, clicking on a headline from the headlines list opens the article in the right hand-side pane if the UI is in dual pane mode, but will launch a separate activity if the UI is in single-pane mode. Likewise, if the app is in dual-pane mode, it should set up the action bar with tabs for navigation, whereas if the app is in single-pane mode, it should set up navigation with a spinner widget.
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