The Magento 2 Webinar On Frontend & Layout Architecture featured a Q&A session between its viewers and the speakers. Some questions raised even more questions marks and others are quite insightful. Here’s a compilation.
Earlier today there was a Magento 2 webinar covering the revised Frontend and Layout architecture Due to technical difficulties it was halted prematurely, but the topics discussed so far were really interesting.
Though still unclear when it will be completely finished, you might be inclined to set up a Magento 2 development environment. Whether it is for studying what has changed or if you simply want to play around, here is a quick wrap-up to get you started.
With an abundance of Magento development resources geared towards beginners, intermediate to advanced content lacks severely. Not suited for rookies, the first book in the “Grokking Magento” series puts some weight on the other side of the balance.
Magento its architecture is sometimes deemed overly engineered. If we look at it from a helicopter view, commonly used design patterns are easily spotted. Here are 12 of them.
“Magento Search Engine Optimization” by Robert Kent attempts to help readers optimize their Magento store and improve exposure in destined search results. Let’s take a look at whether the book succeeds at that premise.
Adding spice to a Magento installation is hard work, but third party extensions can relieve you a bit. Today, we will review the “AJAX Add To Cart With Favicon Notificiaton“-plugin by Marwen Jelloul.
Earlier this week, we glossed over Magento its messages system. Today, we will be customizing those messages in the backend by replacing them with Growl-like notifications.