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23rd November 2015
After a seemingly super-long build up Magento 2 finally arrived last week. I've managed to score a few moments to have a look over the release and put together my initial impressions. These are some of my initial thoughts as I downloaded and got the product up and running.
What the hell am I downloading here?!
The download itself contains 58,143 files according my Mac, which amass 341.9MB of space. That is one hell of a chunky monkey. I wouldn't want to be storing a lot of Magento 2 sites on my computer because it's gonna eat up disk space like I eat up pizza when I'm hungry.
Where is the core?!
After downloading I have a quick look through the codebase. I look for my familiar App > Code > Core... wait what?! No longer my friend! The codebase has been rearranged in a way that it looks completely alien if you're coming from a Magento 1.x setup. The new folder structure seems a lot simpler and move intuitive. Hopefully this pans out to be as good as i...