This post is for you if you are a frontend developer working on Sylius eCommerce platform and you want to build a custom theme for your client. Sylius is mostly oriented towards backend developers and frontend part is only necessary to show what can be built on top of the platform. Frontend segments don’t come with much documentation or guidance, and what is available will help you with the kick start, but after that, you are on your own.
But wait, please, don’t be scared, this platform is actually very easy to use and modify once you master it. In the end you will be able to create anything what you or your client wants. In the very near feature in one of the next releases we are looking forward to seeing a new default theme for Sylius that has all out of the box functionalities which will show the true power of Sylius and what can be built on top of it.
In the meantime, read on…
Currently, the default theme…
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Routing in React is quite complex, and trying to adapt it to work with Magento 2 can be a very challenging task, considering how many URL-related functionalities (like URL rewrites) Magento 2 offers. Luckily, Magento PWA Studio comes with a built-in solution for handling Magento 2 URL-s which is very flexible. In this article, we are going to take a look at the Magento PWA Studio routing and Root Components concept.
Please note that at the time of writing this article, Magento PWA Studio is still in early development, so some details may be out of date depending on the time you’re reading the article.
Magento PWA Studio Peregrine package comes with a MagentoRouter component which is a wrapper around the React Router and is extended with Magento-specific route-handling functionalities. MagentoRouter compontent is located on the following path inside the folder where…
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It is our pleasure to welcome Sherrie Rohde as a keynote speaker at Meet Magento Croatia! Sherrie is the Community Manager at Magento where she is responsible for Magento Masters, the Magento Forums, and Magento Meetups. On a mission to help the Magento community be successful in their own roles, she is focused on improving mental health and creating an inclusive environment.
This passion of hers intertwines with everything she does regarding Magento community, and we’ll have the chance to learn more about it in her “How to Avoid Burnout While Contributing” speech. In the meantime, here’s Sherrie’s story on her Magento beginnings and thoughts about the community.
Hi Sherrie! You are well known in the Magento community, but tell us, what’s your story? How did you become a Community Manager at Magento?
I started using Magento as…
As almost in every business, things in eCommerce tend to happen very fast. On a daily level, we need to analyze a lot of things, make a lot of decisions and decide on a bunch of models, approaches etc. Off course, some of those are small things which are a part of our daily routine. But some of those are rather big and tend to have a major effect on us, as well as on our company. I am talking about the projects which are the bread and butter of our business, and the focus of our work. More precisely, I am talking about our efforts to evaluate projects and decide whether to accept the project or not.
At any point, we have between a dozen and two dozen live projects in our company. Some are full web store build projects, some are operations which include support and further development, and some are…
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You probably noticed that Magento PHP 7.2 support patches are available for download HERE (Magento Open Source version).
For Magento Commerce customers, you should find the patches under Magento Commerce 1.x > Support Patches and Security Patches > PHP Compatibility patches in the Downloads section of your account.
We at Inchoo worked on this contribution, so we decided to share a few more words about it, especially because we noticed that Magento released patches in somewhat different format than usual.
Big part of the current batch of patches is…
Since Reacticon conference in March, we’ve been eagerly awaiting for a chance to get our hands on the Magento PWA Studio. For the past month or so, we have dived deep into early development release of Magento PWA Studio and wanted to give a general overview of the toolkit.
Yes, you’ve read that right. In it’s core, Magento PWA Studio is a set of tools used for development of React-powered Magento 2 themes, and in this article we are going to see why is that the case. It’s also important to note that Magento PWA Studio uses GraphQL which is part of the development version of Magento 2.3.
The current Magento PWA Studio repo on GitHub consists of several parts (packages):
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Alexander Kosarau is a Magento Support Manager at Amasty, as his job involves analyzing stats and collecting product improvement features where some cases are specifically challenging since they are narrowly local based he will be talking about “eCommerce solutions worldwide: working with local markets“. The combination of people-related skills and studying to become Master of Science in Mathematics puts him in his own league. How does he incorporate those two together, what did he want to be when he was young, and why you don’t want to miss his presentation – read in the interview!
Hello Alexander! First of all, I would like to ask you to say a thing or two about yourself, just so all of us could get a glimpse into who is Alexander?
Hello Borna! Well, I think that…
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When I first started with PHP a long time ago, I really had trouble setting up work environment.
I had no clue about what I was doing.
Don’t ask me how, but I ended up with Apache Tomcat running PHP.
Honestly, I don’t know if I could even set up such a blasphemy today.
Due the fact that udovicic/echo:apache-php7.1 is updated, you no longer need apache config, so I edited this post and removed apache configuration.
Over the years I went the whole path from xampp, manual LAMP setup, vagrant…
All those had at least 1 dealbreaker, especially when I started working with Magento.
Finally, Docker came and made development much easier.
At this point, it becomes a little bit tricky to explain what Docker is.
It performs operating system level virtualization (containerization) which refers to the operating system feature in which the kernel allows the existence of multiple…
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