geschrieben von Niklas
am 26. Dezember 2018 - 7:46

Als Frontend-Entwickler stößt man heutzutage sehr oft auf die gehypte Javascript Library React. Die extreme Popularität der "Javascript-Bibliothek zum Erstellen von Benutzeroberflächen" ( ist ungebrochen und wächst mit der immer größer werdenden Verbreitung von Web-Apps stetig. So setzt auch das vor kurzem veröffentlichte Magento PWA-Studio zur Erstellung einer Progressive Web App für Magento2 komplett auf die Bibliothek. Allerdings wird React mittlerweile sehr häufig nur noch mit Single-Page-Applikationen (SPA) in Verbindung gebracht, was aber einen großen Vorteil komplett unterschlägt: React wurde von Grund auf dahin konzipiert und optimiert, es als Erweiterung für bestehende Projekte zu verwenden. Hier zeigt sich auch, warum React als Bibliothek und nicht als Framework bezeichnet wird.

Im Entwickler-Alltag ist es oft eben nicht der Fall, dass man ein komplett neues Frontend (als SPA) erstellen soll, sondern ein bestehendes Projekt…

geschrieben von Alexander Steireif
am 24. Dezember 2018 - 17:26

Kurz notiert: Das Magento Demo System, welches ein elementarer Bestandteil von „Magento 2: Das umfassende Handbuch“ ist, wurde auf Magento 2.3 aktualisiert. Durch die Aktualisierung können sich geringfügige Veränderungen ergeben, wodurch manche Abbildungen innerhalb des Buches nicht mehr zu 100% übereinstimmen.

Zudem stehen neue und nicht beschriebene Funktionen innerhalb des Systems zur Verfügung.


The post Magento 2: Das umfassende Handbuch – Demo System auf Magento 2.3 aktualisiert appeared first on Alexander Steireif GmbH.

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am 24. Dezember 2018 - 13:37
I’ve been digging into the internals of Linux package management systems the past few days (side note: if you’re successfully delivering a piece of packaged unix software to the entire linux community without the help of the distro maintainers: my hat’s off to you) and it took me a surprising amount of time to unearth what, exactly, an RPM package’s .spec files do, and where they live. It was one of those cases where there were five pieces of information, and most articles/tutorials explained three of them really well while assuming you already knew the other two. You create a […]
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am 21. Dezember 2018 - 13:14
I haven’t used it yet, but based on the intro docs and kicking a few tires, deployer seems like a fine “implemented in PHP” deployment system — or maybe I’m just a sucker for any modern PHP system that hasn’t jumped on the type safety bandwagon.
geschrieben von aali
am 21. Dezember 2018 - 2:57

B2B eCommerce Case Studies. 10 brand Success Stories to inspire your business, plus lessons on how to grow your B2B eCommerce business (8+ free tips).

geschrieben von Elizabeth Van Dyke
am 20. Dezember 2018 - 21:56

Razoyo’s clients reaped some surprising benefits while participating in helping the merchant community

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am 20. Dezember 2018 - 13:10
Just using the old blog as a bookmark service for this arrays v. slices in Go articles. I think this came across my radar a year or so ago because the official go docs sort of blow past arrays to get to the “new” stuff. If you’re in a hurry — Overall, slices are cleaner, more flexible, and less bug-prone than arrays, so you should prefer using them over arrays whenever possible.
geschrieben von Elizabeth Van Dyke
am 17. Dezember 2018 - 17:49

Get to know Brent Peterson, Chief Magento Evangelist at Wagento.

geschrieben von Elizabeth Van Dyke
am 14. Dezember 2018 - 5:44

How you can close the gap between desktop and mobile

geschrieben von aali
am 13. Dezember 2018 - 23:51

Compare some of the best eCommerce platforms for small businesses and enterprises. Pros and cons of Shopify, WooCommerce, Magento and more. Find the best eCommerce solutions for your online store.

geschrieben von Christian Münch
am 13. Dezember 2018 - 17:02

A new bugfix release is available. The release contains important fixes.

Changelog 3.0.2
  • Fix: #299 config:get, fix –scope-id=0 filtering (by Jürgen Thelen)
  • Fix: #308: cache:clean, add handling of invalid cache types (by Jürgen Thelen)
  • Fix: #417: Prevent fatal error during Magento Init
  • Fix: #414: Hide typed password in password change dialog
  • Fix: #413: sample:deploy PRE_COMMAND_RUN issue on Magento 2.2.6 (by JDavidVR)
geschrieben von Alex Lunkov
am 13. Dezember 2018 - 14:27

Magento 2.3 GA release has finally landed. It is one of the most awaited releases that Magento ever had, and it is a thrilling moment for us at Atwix. Not only our clients can now benefit from all the new features that are available in 2.3, but also we can now see live features that our team developed working closely with other community contributors as well as Magento Community Engineering team.

Currently, Atwix is #1 contributor to Magento in 2018. Among all the projects that Atwix has greatly contributed to, the one we are especially proud of is Multi-Source Inventory (or MSI as we all call it).

In this article, I want to share with you what Multi-Source Inventory in Magento 2.3 is and review its main features so…

geschrieben von Sebastian
am 13. Dezember 2018 - 7:10

Die neue suchradar Ausgabe #75 mit dem Fokusthema „Webanalyse für Einsteiger: Von Anfang an alles richtig machen“ steht ab sofort zum kostenlosen Download bereit! Diese Artikel erwarten Sie zum aktuellen Themenschwerpunkt: Webanalyse-Kickoff: Mit Webanalyse im Unternehmen starten Das Webanalyse-Einmaleins: Kennzahlen verstehen und Handlungen ableiten Google Ads vs. Google Analytics: Oder warum stimmen die Zahlen nicht? Google […]

Der Beitrag suchradar #75 mit dem Fokus „Webanalyse für Einsteiger“ veröffentlicht erschien zuerst auf

geschrieben von aali
am 12. Dezember 2018 - 9:00

The rise of eCommerce has put extra emphasis on convenience and shipping. While the two go hand-in-hand, shipping has become an essential component in successful businesses. Here are the 8 Things You Need to Know about eCommerce shipping.

geschrieben von PAJ
am 11. Dezember 2018 - 11:28

With the demise of Magento 1.x on the horizon – Adobe announced in September 2018 support for version Magento 1 will cease in 2020 new life has been breathed into the product with version

Magento Open Source v1 covering Magento versions up to 1.9.x is still the eCommerce platform for many small businesses and whilst we all know we need to move to Magento 2 the time and resources required to migrate a successful v1 shop to v2 are for many people prohibitive.


The original system requirements for Magento 1 were based on PHP5. Magento 1 users were forced to stay with an operating system that distributed PHP5, a PHP upgrade would break Magento. There were unofficial patches available that would make Magento compatible with later versions of PHP but I was always wary of applying unofficial…

geschrieben von Christian Münch
am 7. Dezember 2018 - 11:13

We released a new major version of n98-magerun2.
Why a new major version? We dropped the official support for Magento 2.0 which is already end of life. We also decided to drop support for PHP 5.6 which will also be end of life to the end of the year. More informations can be found in our previous post.

No official support means that we do not test anything anymore to be compatible with Magento 2.0. Maybe the most of the tool can run in this old version but we will not fix anything. If you need support for Magento 2.0, please install the latest compatible version 2.3.3. All old phar files can be found in our release archive.

Please not that the recommended way to use n98-magerun2 is by executing a phar file. We know that the…

geschrieben von Elizabeth Van Dyke
am 6. Dezember 2018 - 22:20

Results show Paypal Express and PayPal Credit can increase your conversion rate and average order value. 

geschrieben von Elizabeth Van Dyke
am 6. Dezember 2018 - 21:13

Get to know Hirokazu Nishi, CTO of Veriteworks Inc.

geschrieben von Burlacu Vasilii
am 6. Dezember 2018 - 9:01

In order to add a custom layout handle to category page, a (basic) Magento 2 module with these additional files and their content is needed:

1. The events.xml file to “subscribe” to the event and say which observer should be fired
2. An observer that adds a new layout handle to the page
3. A layout file that adds needed changes to the page

The long story


This post assumes the reader is familiar with Magento 2 modules and how they work. If not, it is highly recommended to…