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How to Add Image Optimization to Magento 2

Jul 24th, 2018

Whether you’re a massive online retailer or a small mom and pop business, optimizing your image content for eCommerce is one of the easiest ways you can improve your Magento 2 web performance. Here I will outline simple steps to make your images perfectly compressed and optimized across any device. This will improve UX, SEO, and load times—which have been proven to increase eCommerce sales and conversions.

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Disrupting the Traditional CDN Pricing Model With ImageEngine’s Smart Bytes

May 22nd, 2018

Recently, we were talking to an industry analyst who voiced an opinion that Content Delivery Networks (CDN) are commodities. CDNs all take the same approach to getting your content there faster.

We agree. We need a new, smarter approach! Something that takes the CDN world, improves it, and stands it on its head. We have built ImageEngine to dramatically improve performance, deliver images via a new, smarter network, and disrupt the traditional CDN business approach along the way.

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What is Different about ImageEngine? Proactive Device Detection

Apr 30th, 2018

Other CDNs and Image Management platforms claim to have image acceleration solutions. But when you ask the right questions and look under the hood, they do not have the key ingredient to deliver a truly different CDN service. That key ingredient is proactive device detection. Device detection enables ScientiaMobile to deliver a Smart Bytes image payload.

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How to Add Image Optimization to WordPress

Apr 4th, 2018

As of January 2018, WordPress is currently used by more than 29.4% of the top 10 million websites and for good reason. By installing the popular W3 Total Cache Plugin, WordPress users can easily implement dynamic image optimization by connecting to ImageEngine. Here are four simple and straightforward steps for implementation.

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ROI for Image Optimization Solution

Mar 7th, 2018

The ROI for Image Optimization is driven by three benefits: Revenue Improvement, Streamlined Image Management, and Content Delivery Network (CDN) savings.

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What is an Image CDN?

Jan 4th, 2018

Images are the new norm in online content, and maximizing the speed of images served to customers or webviewers is a recent business challenge that many e-commerce sites and advertising platforms attempt to solve a number of different ways. However, unless images are being served on a Content Delivery Network (CDN), the images served on a website will most

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5 Steps to Drupal Image Optimization with ImageEngine

Nov 3rd, 2017

Drupal is a popular Open Source CMS based in PHP that was originally released in 2000 and makes up one of the largest open source communities in the world. By adding ImageEngine to a Drupal site, it can speed up your site, which is especially important in E-commerce, tourism, other image heavy sites where sales are impacted by loading speeds.

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4 Steps to Adding Image Compression to Magento

Oct 20th, 2017

Magento is one of the widest-used out-of-the-box e-commerce solutions and we want to help e-commerce sites improve their bandwidth and load times with our easy-to-use, 4-step only, image acceleration solution, ImageEngine

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Use WURFL Device Detection With NGINX for Mobile-Optimized Website, Faster Loading Images

Oct 2nd, 2017

Here is a great video of our Founder and CTO Luca Passani speaking at NGINX Conf 2017. Luca gives a quick overview of how to use WURFL InFuze Device Detection with NGINX  to develop a mobile-optimized website.

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Slow Loading Images in Responsive Web Design? Solve with ImageEngine and NGINX Plus

Sep 28th, 2017

[the following was originally published on the NGINX Blog]

Responsive web design (RWD) has been around for some time, making it through the “hype cycle” and finding its way to the “plateau of productivity”. With RWD, web developers possess frameworks and guidelines on how to make their design adjust dynamically to the browser window and, to some extent, to the form factor of users’ devices.

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