Anyone can tell me.

I am a beginner Magento developer So are we need to join the Magento community?

If yes, What are the benefits of Magento community?

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Just my personal perspective, joining to any online communities is up to your own discretion, it is not mandatory nor a requirement. But it can be very beneficial to someone, like us, who is just starting to learn or to get into a specific subject matter.

Magento Community in particular has offered lots of online benefits for aspiring Magento developers. One of which is the co-developer technical support. You can find a specific help to a specific issue you have or might have in your magento development. Of course as we will become part of this community we will be imparting reliable information as well that might be helpful to others. As Magento Community is basically powered by exchanging and sharing of useful contents and information.

  • How many charges to join the Magento community? Commented Jan 7, 2019 at 10:06
  • what do you mean by charges? @Masud Shaikh
    – fmsthird
    Commented Jan 7, 2019 at 10:13
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    Magento Community is open for all interested members
    – fmsthird
    Commented Jan 7, 2019 at 10:14
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    Which means Magento Community is free to anyone who wish to join. :)
    – fmsthird
    Commented Jan 7, 2019 at 10:16
  • Ok, Its free to anyone. Thank you so much! Commented Jan 7, 2019 at 10:18

Not more idea about magento1.

In magento2.x

->Enables you to reuse third-party libraries without bundling them with source code.

->Component-based architecture with robust dependency management.

->Manages dependencies to reduce extension conflicts and compatibility issues.

->Versioned dependencies.

Semantic versioning. Supports the PHP Framework Interoperability standard.

Refrence from Magento 2: what are the benefits of installing magento 2 using composer?

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