geschrieben von Andreas von Studnitz
am 24. Juni 2019 - 9:11

navabi.de Screenshot

Wie Sonja in ihrem Beitrag „Auf gute Zusammenarbeit – Teil 1 der navabi-Serie“ bereits schrieb, haben wir mit dem Relaunch des Online-Shops von navabi ein sehr…

geschrieben von Sonja Franz
am 23. Juni 2019 - 9:12
Einleitung

Im Auftrag von navabi haben wir den bestehenden Online-Shop auf Magento 2 umgesetzt. Vorher lief der Verkauf dieses weltweit führenden Händlers für Premium-Damenmode ab Größe 42 auf einer eigens entwickelten Shop-Software.
Unsere Erfahrungen aus diesem umfang­reichen Magento-2-Projekt, sowohl im Bereich der Ent­wicklung als auch im Projektmanagement, möchten wir in mehreren Blog-Artikeln teilen.

Hintergrund zum Projekt

Als navabi zu uns Kontakt aufnahm, war unser Interesse sofort geweckt. Neben der Tatsache, dass das Team hinter diesem etablierten Online-Shop überlegt, auf Magento 2 umzusteigen, war es auch die räumliche Nähe. Denn die Firma navabi hat ihren Hauptsitz in unserem schönen Aachen. 
Denn obwohl wir auch gerne mit Online-Händlern aus…

geschrieben von Elizabeth Van Dyke
am 20. Juni 2019 - 1:03

From the very beginning, developer experience has been a priority for Magento in an effort to lower total cost of ownership and time to market. Progressive Web Apps give shoppers app-like, highly personalized cross-channel experiences that were once reserved for native apps.  Learn more here. 

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am 19. Juni 2019 - 13:58
Today’s link comes via Process Eight, via my Patreon slack room. It’s slides from a old Magento 2 talk, made prior to the release of Magento 2. The talk itself seems to have been taken offline. The code generation the slides refers to is Magento’s automatic code generation that happens behind the scenes when you use a class, named a certain way, that doesn’t exist, in an automatic constructor dependency injection constructor. If you’ve peeked under the covers of Magento 2 you’ve probably seen generated code like Interceptors, Proxies, etc., but Magento 2 shipped with a bunch of other vestigial […]
geschrieben von Elias Henrich
am 19. Juni 2019 - 11:26

When a Magento shop – or any other PHP application – is required to request data from or transmit data to a remote server, it is often necessary to redirect the traffic through a Http-proxy server. In my case this was essential because the called endpoint allows only certain IP addresses to access the requested ressource. Since I am working from various locations, each having a different IP address, I had to find a way that certain Http-requests are routed through the company’s proxy server. This article is going to describe what a proxy actually does for us, why I cannot and should not use PHP’s environment variables and what the best solution is for scenarios where PSR-7 / PHP-Http in combination with GuzzleHttp might be.

What about…
geschrieben von Elizabeth Van Dyke
am 18. Juni 2019 - 22:49

How Magento brands and merchants can optimize their Amazon Prime Day strategy The consistent feedback from merchants as well as technology and solution partners continue to be that customer expectations are at an all-time high and the onus falls on the merchants to deliver an exceptional shopping experience.

geschrieben von PAJ
am 18. Juni 2019 - 16:45

If you are a Magento 1 Ecommerce Store owner you are probably well aware that support for Magento CE 1.x will stop in 2020.

The nice folks at Magento call it “Sunsetting

We have all known this for some time, exactly what that means for Magento 1 stores is open for debate, I doubt the world is going to end but are the risks associated with running deprecated ecommerce store software acceptable?

Magento 2 has been maturing nicely over the last few years and now is definitely as good a time as any to start working on your migration plan.

The costs and time associated with migrating a Magento1 store with “minimal” third party integration are estimated at between $5,000 to $60,000 – 3 to 6 months. Even a very basic migration will require a new custom theme, modules and data export.

geschrieben von Elizabeth Van Dyke
am 18. Juni 2019 - 1:13

A select number of innovations from this round will have the opportunity to present their solution LIVE on the keynote stage

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am 17. Juni 2019 - 13:17
This entry is part 1 of 1 in the series Javascript for PHP Programmers. This is the first post in the series. I put it off for as long as I could, but “modern” javascript finally caught up with me. I’ve been working with a NodeJS codebase that uses asynchronous programming patterns, and I’ve had to relearn a lot of the basic techniques I use to understand what-the-heck an application/program is doing. I realize these are debates and conversations the javascript communities have been having for nearly a decade, but I’m not writing for them. I’m writing for me, and […]
geschrieben von Matthias Zeis
am 15. Juni 2019 - 7:54

Dass Magento 1 und auch Magento 2 keine umfangreiche CMS-Funktionalität besitzen, war über lange Zeit ein Wermutstropfen. Schließlich wird sinnvoller, umfangreicher und ansprechend gestalteter Content immer wichtiger. Viele sprechen deswegen schon von „Content Commerce“. Mit Magento 2.3.1 besserte Magento nach und veröffentlichte das Modul „Page Builder“ (siehe auch „Neue Features in Magento 2.3„).

Es bietet eine Funktionalität, wie man sie aus anderen CMS wie TYPO3 oder WordPress mit dem Gutenberg-Editor kennt: der Inhalt einer Website kann aus Blöcken wie Überschriften, Texten und Listen, Produkt-Widgets und vielen mehr zusammengebaut werden.

Der Wermutstropfen: momentan ist das Modul nur für die lizenzkostenpflichtige Version…

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am 14. Juni 2019 - 17:18
Back when I still had some hope Magento 2 would be the same sort of open-source-for-everyone platform that Magento 1 was, and I was working my way through writing the Magento 2 for PHP MVC Developers series, I was simultaneously developing pestle, my command line tool for generating Magento 2 modules. As time went on I realized the Magento specific commands were buried in pestle’s UI, so I started breaking them out into their own namespace # old command name format pestle.phar command-name # new command name format magento2:command-name magento2:generate:command-name Unfortunately, these command names didn’t match my original articles, and […]
geschrieben von Christian Münch
am 10. Juni 2019 - 12:01

One day after the release of n98-magerun1 we publish a bug fix release for n98-magerun2.

Changelog
  • Fix: db:dump returns exit code 0 on fail (by Christian Münch)
  • Fix #458 – Password dialog is hidden

 

geschrieben von Aron Stanic
am 10. Juni 2019 - 11:53

Are your optimizing for conversions? How do you measure the impact of UX design and incremental changes on an eCommerce website? What are the key metrics (KPIs) you should track to effectively monitor your website’s performance?

Is there a one-size-fits-all type of a report that can give you good enough clues on just how successful are all the efforts you (or an agency you are working with) are putting in? To see the results your optimization efforts brought in?

Here is a really good solution we’re introducing in working with our clients. An eCommerce UX Scorecard – check it out!

Many businesses struggle with making sense of all the data they can gather about their customers. Yes, you can easily get overwhelmed when you consider the sheer volume of what you have access to. Aggregated data and trends via Analytics, individual session recordings via HotJar, various BI tools, on-site surveys you…

geschrieben von Christian Münch
am 9. Juni 2019 - 14:07

A new release for the Magento 1 version of n98-magerun is available.

Changelog
  • Add connection option for db:dump command (by Igor Mursa)
  • New: Removed support for PHP < 5.4
  • Imp: Hide password in interactive mode (reported by Simon Sprankel)
  • Imp: Phpstorm meta files compatibility for latest PhpStorm (by Sven Reichel)
  • Fix: Updated twig (security)
  • Fix: db:dump returns exit code 0 on fail (by Christian Münch)
  • Fix: Documentation about script command (by Hardy Johnson)
  • Fix: Readme formatting (by Danila Vershini)
geschrieben von kalpesh
am 9. Juni 2019 - 8:09

This year Magento Imagine conference was amazing, around 3,500 people from around the world attended the event which was held at Wynn, Las Vegas. I met many people whom I […]

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am 7. Juni 2019 - 13:44
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am 6. Juni 2019 - 15:53

Am Montag und Dienstag (03. und 04. Juni 2019) fand die Meet Magento DE 2019 statt. Seit 10 Jahren findet diese Konferenz statt, welche die deutsche Magento-Szene zusammenbringt, um sich von Vorträgen inspirieren zu lassen und neue Kontakte zu knüpfen.
Fast untrennbar mit der Meet Magento DE verbunden ist der Hackathon am vorangehenden Wochenende. Denn wenn man schon mal eine Reise ins schöne Leipzig plant, dann kann man dort auch ein paar Tage mehr verbringen.

FireGento Hackathon 3 Stockwerke, 70 Portionen Eis und ein Pool

Organisiert von Claudia Teubner für den FireGento e.V. fand also von Freitagabend (Pre-Party) bis Sonntagnachmittag der Hackathon statt.
Anders als bei einem Contribution Day gibt es hier eine vollkommen freie Themenwahl, die einen Blick über den Magento-Tellerrand hinaus ermöglicht. Entsprechend gab es den Vorschlag, mit Flamingo Microservices zu erstellen. Das Publikum hat jedoch bei der Abstimmung die Stimmen den Magento-…

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am 6. Juni 2019 - 13:07
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geschrieben von Sebastian
am 1. Juni 2019 - 21:27

2009 bis 2019: Die Meet Magento DE findet das zehnte Jahr in Folge statt und richtet sich auch in diesem Jahr an alle Magento-Interessierten. Anhand des veröffentlichten Vortragsprogramms habe ich mir meinen eigene Fahrplan erstellt. Meet Magento Vorttagsprogramm Erst kürzlich wurde das Vortragsprogramm der Meet Magento DE 2019 veröffentlicht. Über 50 Speaker werden das diesjährige […]

Der Beitrag Meet Magento 2019: Mein Vortrags-Fahrplan erschien zuerst auf Mag-tutorials.de.

geschrieben von Christian Münch
am 31. Mai 2019 - 17:09

A new bugfix release is in the wild.

Changelog

3.0.9

– Fix: #439: Add 2fa tables (by Peter Jaap)
– Fix: #453: Fix completely exclude tables with –exclude command (by Arnoud Beekman)
– Fix: #459: Update readme – Script command documentation fix (by Hardy Johnson)
– Fix: #460: Typo: unkown -> unknown (by Alexander Menk)
– Fix: #461: update twig/twig to version later than 1.37.1 (by wb-lime)

3.0.8

– Fix #450: command sys:setup:compare-versions returns errors on a lot of core modules (thanks Emanuele Gian)